Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport

The Gateway to the Twin Cities

If you’re traveling in or out of the Twin Cities, it doesn’t get much more convenient than staying with us, the only hotel connected to Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport. The 17th busiest airport in the country, this transit hub was named Best Airport in North America in its category. As the largest and busiest airport in the Upper Midwest region, it serves as a gateway to Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Read on for useful travel info to make flying in and out of Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport even easier.

History

Starting with a single landing strip in 1920, the airport has seen plenty of changes and improvements over the years. Passenger service was first introduced in 1929, and international service was first offered in 1948, when the airport was officially named Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. With the opening of Lindbergh Terminal (Terminal 1) in 1962, the airport’s capacity skyrocketed, with 4.1 million travelers by 1967.

Eat

Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport is proud to offer a wide range of dining options, with 27 full-service restaurants, 29 casual eateries, 15 grab-and-go options, and five coffee shops.

Shop

The airport’s wonderful shops offer everything you’ll need on your travels and more. You’ll find seven bookstores, 11 clothing and accessory stores, and 24 specialty retail options.

Services and Facilities

The airport offers a wide range of services and facilities, including a spa, a conference center, an armed forces service center, shoe shine, children’s play areas, quiet areas, business services, and various airline clubs.

complete guide to the airport’s dining options, shops, services, and facilities is available on the website.

To access our hotel through the TSA checkpoint please review the below video. The hotel checkpoint is open from 4:45am - 10:00am seven days a week for those with carry-on luggage.