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Recent Minneapolis property reviews

  • We already miss the sexy loft!

    "My other half and I just spent a week in the sexy loft and ever since coming back to California, all we can say is,"We miss the sexy loft!" This unique space was immaculately decorated, with all the comforts of home and then some! (Love that white, fluffy, faux fur rug under my feet). From the brick bedroom walls to the San Francisco stained glass window in the bathroom, this well appointed space was not only comfortable, quiet and private, but also inspiring! (We came home wanting to redecorate our bathroom). The loft is tucked into the quaint arts district neighborhood with some fabulous food nearby (which we found thanks to Kelly's spot-on recommendations -- don't miss The Anchor (we went three times) and The Red Stag Supper Club with those sensational Fried Organic Cheese curds!!! We especially enjoyed walking a couple blocks to one of the many city bike rental stations and heading out into downtown to find more amazing places to eat and explore (do NOT miss The Butcher and the Boar). Honestly, this loft trumped any hotel we would have stayed in (and even came with an attentive concierge who called to check in on us and supplied us with so much helpful info) and it was one of the best travel experiences we've ever had!!! Missin' that sexy loft."
    Guest: Shannon P. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 28, 2014
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  • Stay-cation

    "We needed lodging for our daughter for a class at the the U of M. We coordinated that with a week of exploring the Twin Cities. We were looking for a spot that would be easy for us to get her to class and to maneuver around the Twin Cities for some relaxing site seeing. It served us really well. The neighborhood was quiet and we had room to park 2 family cars in back. We enjoyed having a car but I think public transportation could have served our needs."
    Guest: Come and Go in the Twin Cities Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: August 17, 2013
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  • Christmas Family Vacation

    "We loved this place. There were 10 of us, and we didn't even get close to actually utilizing all of the available space. Everything was beautiful and comfortable and facilitated so many wonderful family moments, whether we curled up in front of one of the fireplaces, watched football, or were having appetizers around the kitchen island. On top of really enjoying the house, we enjoyed venturing onto the frozen lake to make snowmen etc. There were various grocery stores nearby, so it was a quick trip to get everything we needed to put that gorgeous kitchen to work! We whole-heartedly recommend it."
    Guest: Mary F. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 14, 2014
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  • Great Stay for Great Cycling

    "My husband and I just finished a 3 night stay at one of Scott and Jenna's units. The place was nice, nothing fancy, but clean, well supplied and very comfortable. coot and Jenna were quick to respond to the few inquiries we made while there. We are cyclists and Minneapolis is crazy with off road trails accessible from most anywhere in the metro area…some eateries give a discount for those who have biking helmets! Hennepin Ave. and Lake Street are nice districts for ethinic dining and don't miss Jebastian Joe's Ice Cream Cafe for some fab ice cream. Our first day we took advantage of the bike sharing program Nice Ride where you can pick up a bike from dozens of locations around town, ride a bit and drop it off at another station. For the next few days we rented some nice hybrid bikes from Penn Cycles, on Lake Street, and rode the extensive system of bike trails, most of which are off-street, dedicated trails. Scott and Jenna have several properties around Minneapolis so if this one isn't available, be sure to contact them to find out about others. We will be returning to Minneapolis and will definitely at one of their places again…thanks Scott, Jenna and Sherri."
    Guest: Sally H. Date of Stay: July 2012 Review Submitted: July 26, 2012
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Minneapolis Travel Tips

Getting to Minneapolis Vacation Rentals

Most North American airlines have connections into Minneapolis. European and other worldwide airlines will have connections through hubs such as Chicago or New York City using regional airlines. Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport is just a short drive away from the Minneapolis City Center. A light transit and public bus service provides an easy way to get out to the airport. In peak times, the light transit system has departures every seven or eight minutes. At all other times of the day, it runs at 10 to 30 minute intervals. Minneapolis has an efficient and affordable public transport system which makes it easy to get around and see the city sights. Taxis operate on a 24-hour basis and provide an alternate means of transports if you need private transfers.

Travelers to Minneapolis Vacation Houses

Most people go to the country for a vacation, but Minneapolis’s historic charm attracts a broad range of visitors to the city each year. With many different museums, art galleries, dance and orchestral performances, and several historic districts, Minneapolis is a city that will delight history and culture enthusiasts. What better way to introduce your children to theater than to take them to a top quality performance during your stay. Even many of the museum exhibits are interesting and interactive, combining fun with the learning experience. Those who have a specific interest in colonial architecture will be enthralled by the many historic districts. Guided tours can provide insight into the history of the various buildings that that been beautifully preserved and restored.

Minneapolis Lodging Options

There are many vacation rental home options in Minneapolis. Large spacious family homes can accommodate extended families or groups of friends without feeling crowded. City apartments offer the convenience of being close to public transport and city amenities. Most have well equipped kitchens and comfortable living areas in which to relax at the end of the day. Television sets, DVD players and entertainment centers keep the family entertained at night. Many have private libraries that you can browse for a good holiday read. There is so much to see and do in Minneapolis and staying in a rental home provides you with a greater degree of freedom. You can come and go as you please, sleep in late on some mornings, and have the flexibility of arranging your own meal times. Perhaps the best part is being able to put up your feet on the sofa at the end of a long day of sightseeing. Vacation rentals also offer an affordable accommodation option, especially if you have a large family. As most homes are rented out as a unit, you can stretch your travel budget and still have change to spare on sightseeing.

Attractions near Minneapolis Vacation Homes

Before setting out on your sightseeing, it’s a good idea to orientate yourself in the city using a city map or travel guide book. That way you can see at a glance which of the city sights are of interest and where you want to spend most of your time. There are several historic districts showcasing beautiful old colonial architecture. Guided tours can be arranged or you can explore independently. The history of the city is both fascinating and diverse. Many of the arts and cultural sites are tied into the culture of the city. Take your time to browse the many museums and see the many interesting exhibits. Art galleries have a broad range of different styles and art forms on display. You may just find the perfect picture to decorate your home with. Minneapolis has more bridges that cross the Mississippi River than any other city. Take time to visit the historic a one-of-a-kind stone bridge.

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