Inspired by urban loft spaces, this innovative hotel is only steps away from The Guthrie Theater, Mill City Museum, or U.S. Bank Stadium
Boasting its newly renovated loft-inspired accommodations, Aloft Minneapolis caters to forward-thinking, trustingly social tech aficionados as well as well-rounded and curious culture enthusiasts with a passion for music. The modern rooms feature comfortable signature beds, an oversized showerhead, and custom amenities by Bliss® Spa, just to name a few. Moreover, the hotel is just minutes away from downtown’s fashionable East Town, where all the dining, shopping, and business options are available at one’s fingertips.
Downtown Minneapolis is more than just the geographic epicenter of the city—it’s the cultural heart too. Sports venues home to the Timberwolves, Vikings, and Twins neighbor the lively nightclubs of the Warehouse District and the neon-lit marquees of the Hennepin Theater District. In recent years, the city’s arts scene has gotten a lot of attention, and for good reason: Minneapolis has more live theater shows per capita than any other US city except New York. Additionally, dozens of eclectic galleries complement the wide-ranging exhibits at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, which showcases everything from Japanese woodcut prints to turn-of-the-century European advertisements.
To navigate downtown with ease, step into the Skyway, the city’s ingenious solution to harsh Minnesota winters. The Skyway is a network of indoor, aboveground tunnels connecting a slew of buildings downtown. A popular stop along the way is Nicollet Mall, a shopping thoroughfare where cars are not allowed. This is where you’ll find the iconic statue of Mary Tyler Moore tossing her 10-gallon Stetson into the air.