Best Season in Minneapolis

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There are things we consider first before taking a trip to other places like culture, scenery, food, place that will become our home for a short period of time, weather, transportation, the people, and many more.

Minneapolis is rich not only in wealth but also in traditions, culture, history, and art. There are a lot of places you can visit that will definitely let you enjoy. Here are some of the best places you can add to your itinerary.

The ideal time to go and visit Minneapolis are the days between the months of June and August. It is mainly Summertime, the peak tourism season and the temperature is about 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

For Minneapolis homeowners it is also the best time to go out and enjoy the sun while having their homes cleaned up. One of the reasons why people here can enjoy their free time is that they leave the cleaning behind to the professional cleaners. Their houses are well kept and fresh as always because it s easy as 123 to get a cleaning lady and book on a regular basis. So cleaning is already taken off from their time the cleaning company gave them an instant free time. Just like how they enjoy the beauty of nature during summertime people in Minneapolis also enjoys the greener way of cleaning by choosing green cleaning services. For them it is time to go green and only use methods and products that are safe for human and the environment.

Aside from getting a summer fresh clean home it is also the best time to explore the festivals that Minnesotans celebrate. So to begin with, let us find out what are the best hotels in Minneapolis that we can choose from. Of course, it is important to choose the right hotel because it is where you will take a rest and sleep after a long day of fun and activities you spent the whole day. You should feel comfortable enough so that you will be ready for the next day.

  • Hotel Ivy

Hotel Ivy is located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, that connect guests to such attractions like Nicollet Mall, Guthrie Theatre, Orchestra Hall, and the Convention Center. In 1986, the Ivy Tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It has 136 rooms with 9 sumptuous suites. The hotel's Amenities and services include housekeeping service daily, car rental, a newspaper in lobby, valet dry-cleaning, Safe deposit boxes, 24-hour room service, newspaper delivered to room (on request), a concierge desk and non-smoking in all public areas. They also offer fitness and recreation such as Spa, Swimming, Golf, and Fitness.

  • The Grand Hotel Minneapolis

The Grand Hotel Minneapolis is located at 615 Second Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States, 55402, it just steps away from Target Field and U.S. Bank Stadium. It has 140 boutique urban spaces, including spacious suites that you can rest and relax. The hotel offers amenities such as Meeting facilities, Business services, Restaurant on-site, Room service, Free internet access, Fitness center, and Spa.

  • Hewing Hotel

Hewing Hotel is a century-old brick-and-timber warehouse in Minneapolis’s historic North Loop neighborhood. It has 124 rooms and 14 suites hotel located at 300 Washington Ave N Minneapolis, MN 55401. The hotel occupies the Jackson Building which was a former farm implement showroom and warehouse that was built in 1897. Its name was inspired by the giant pine beams that abound in the interior of the hotel. Its location is considered one of the best shopping districts in the Twin Cities with boutiques just step away and also, there are many award-winning restaurants and bars that food lovers will enjoy. Aside from that, it is also near the Mississippi River, parks, theaters, farmers market, Target Field, and Target Center. The neighborhood is great for biking and walking and it is close to Mass transit.

For food lovers, you can check out these outstanding restaurants that you will surely enjoy:

112 Eatery

It is a fine dining restaurant that was established in 2005 owned by Isaac Becker. 112 Eatery is located at 112 north 3rd street, Minneapolis, MN 55401 that is open from Monday to Saturday from 5:00 PM to 12:00 MN and Sunday between the hours of 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Although they only offer dinner, they can accommodate up to 48 guests in their cocktail reception and groups up to 34 for seated functions in their main private room.

The Capital Grille

Another fine dining restaurant that is known for nationally renowned dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood, and acclaimed world-class wines owned by Darden Restaurants. It is located at 801 Hennepin Ave. Minneapolis, MN  55402 and is open from Monday to Thursday between 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Friday from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Saturday from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM, and Sunday between 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. They are serving lunch and dinner except for Saturday and Sunday where they only serve dinner.

Manny’s Steakhouse

Manny’s Steakhouse is one of the country’s top-rated steakhouses and is known for their world class seafood and steaks. It is located at 825 S Marquette Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA and its operation is from Monday to Sunday starts as early as 6:30 AM onwards. They offer breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is daily from 6:30 AM, lunch is from Monday to Friday that starts from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, and they serve dinner daily that starts at 4:00 PM. The restaurant also has two private dining rooms, one accommodating up to 22 people and the other ideal for groups of up to 14 people.

Now that we know the best restaurants, let us plan our tour all over Minneapolis and find out the best places to visit.

Minnehaha Park

It is a city park in Minneapolis and home to Minnehaha Falls and the lower reaches of Minnehaha Creek, it was designed in 1883 by the landscape architect Horace W.S. Cleveland. It is located at 4801 S Minnehaha Drive Minneapolis, MN 55417 and is open daily from 6:00 AM to 12:00 MN for developed areas and 6:00 AM to 10:00 Pm for undeveloped areas. There are also historical buildings that you can visit such as Minnehaha Depot or "the Princess Depot", Longfellow House, and John Harrington Stevens House. You can do so many activities with their park amenities such as Bandstand, Biking Path, Decorative Fountain, Disc Golf Course, Drinking Fountain, Garden, Pay Parking Lot, Picnic Area, Playground/Tot Lot, Public Art, Restroom Facility, Volleyball Court, Wading Pool, and Walking Path.

Mall of America

You can have your souvenir shopping in the largest mall in the United States. It opened in 1992, Mall of America has these tourist attractions that you can explore such as Nickelodeon Universe, CMX Market Cinema Experience, Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium, Crayola Experience, Flyover America, American Girl, The Lego Store, Rock of Ages Blacklight Minigolf, Moose Mountain Adventure Golf, The Escape Game, 5D Extreme Attraction by Matrix Technology, XD Ride.

If you are living in Minneapolis and still haven’t discovered this amazing places and restaurants set yourself free from your busy days at work by enjoying your rest day leave your cleaning responsibilities to your trusted home cleaning company. Enjoy the places in your own city and discover what’s new and exciting.

And if you are not living in Minneapolis but now that you have explored what this city can offer, it is time to pack your bags, book your flight and create your itinerary and checklist. Forget about your busy schedule, just have fun and enjoy.

 

Gladys Perez