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Any other time by appointment only. If you are checking in when the office is closed, you must pay $10 fee or wait until the office opens. After-Hours check in will be $10 fee.

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This unique, 1900's Victorian mansion has a special history. We have tried to keep up its quaint charm and elegance while catering to the budget traveler. We provide lodging to all travelers and visitors from outside the Minneapolis area with a current, out-of-town, government-issued photo ID. You can find our hostel nestled in the safe and trendy Uptown neighborhood just minutes from the convention center in downtown as well as the University of Minnesota Campus. We are conveniently located on the bus line and just steps away from restaurants, cafes, bars, theatres, shopping, and much more.


You can find our hostel nestled in the safe and trendy Uptown neighborhood just minutes from the convention center in downtown as well as the University of Minnesota Campus.

Great Environment

Our hostel is a friendly environment to meet fellow travelers and locals. Just ask anyone around you about all that Minneapolis has to offer!


This unique, 1900’s Victorian mansion has a special history. We have tried to keep up its quaint charm and elegance while catering to the budget traveler.

We Clean Everyday

Fresh linen & towels are provided and changed upon request.

Enjoy nightlife

Minneapolis has a great nightlife with bars, restaurants and clubs that any traveler would enjoy. Our hostel doesn’t have a curfew so you can stay out as late as you want.

Meet New People

Meet people from around the world as well as local residents. We know you’ll enjoy yourself when you stay at our hostel.

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Make a reservation by calling 612-522-5000 or e-mailing minneapolishostel@gmail.com
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Minneapolis Hostel

Minneapolis Hostel provides budget-oriented rooms, Minneapolis Hostelguests can rent a bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge and kitchen. We also offer cheap single rooms just like a hotel, we are 10min from downtown Minneapolis bars, restaurant s and theaters. Minneapolis International Hostel rooms can be mixed or single-sex, although private rooms are available. Centrally located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Minneapolis International Hostel is 10 Minutes from the US Bank Stadium, Target Field, Target Center all major attractions that Minneapolis has to offer. Visitors find their way to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul every year, drawn by a place that touts outdoor fun as much as culture and cuisine. The area (population: 3.2 million), once known for its flour mills and Mississippi River ports, has a knack for welcoming the novel, while also preserving the best.

Minneapolis Hostel – Close to downtown Mpls

With its gleaming skyscrapers set amid glittering lakes, Minneapolis makes for an attractive and fun getaway. Minneapolis HostelA truly year-round destination, the city offers activities for every season. In winter, one can explore the downtown area through more than seven miles of glass-enclosed skyways. In addition to keeping you warm, they create a lively thoroughfare filled with specialty shops, restaurants and services. Whether you want to escape the winter cold or the summer warmth, the Mall of America offers shopping, dining and entertainment options for any time of the year and every member of the family.

Minneapolis Hostel – In the heart of the city

Art lovers have plenty to see at the Minneapolis Art Institute, Walker Art Center and the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, which all house world-renowned collections. The theater scene is thriving. With more than thirty theaters, Minneapolis has more seats per capita than anyMinneapolis Hostel U.S. city except New York. See a Broadway show and enjoy dinner and live jazz at a fabulous restaurant. With kids in tow, check out the Science Museum of Minnesota, where visitors can produce their own video, or come face to face with a shark at the Under Water Adventures Aquarium. In summer, the action moves outside. Known as “The City of Lakes,” Minneapolis has 22 lakes located within city limits and many more in the surrounding area. In town, hordes of locals and tourists in-line skate or stroll around Lake Calhoun, stopping for ice cream along the way. Just outside of town, Fort Snelling State Park offers outdoor recreational activities from hiking to biking and golf to boating. No matter when you visit, Minneapolis offers lots for everyone to enjoy.

Uptown Minneapolis

Hip Uptown is full of buzzy gastropubs and fashionable bistros, as well as stores and independent Minneapolis Hostelboutiques selling contemporary designer clothing, vintage garb, furnishings and locally made gifts. The classic Uptown Theatre screens indie and foreign movies and has a bar. Nearby, walking and cycling paths encircle Lake Calhoun and Lake of the Isles. Hennepin and Lake, more popularly known as simply “Uptown,” functions as a kind of life path rest stop. A steady rotation of young people have come and gone, arriving during or right after college and departing for home ownership when marriage and babies come around. The eating, shopping and nightlife mostly cater to this energetic age group, but there’s something for everyone, not the least of which being the Chain of Lakes, which is like Minneapolian catnip when the temperature is above freezing.

Lake Life Liveliness

Minnesotans celebrate the outdoors like few other cities. Sure, we like our winters, but the first time Minneapolis Hostelthe temperature pokes its head about 45, the shorts come out (no kidding) and people flock to the lakes and parks. The Chain of Lakes is the city’s most popular of our many, many parks. (By design, no Minneapolis resident lives farther than six blocks from a park.) It’s also a key component of the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, a 51-mile loop composed of parkways, trails, and the Mississippi River Boulevard. It’s the only scenic byway in the country located entirely within an urban area. The chain is composed of Lake Calhoun, Lake Harriet (arguably the two most popular lakes in the city), Lake of the Isles, Cedar Lake and Brownie Lake. They all have bike and pedestrian paths, boating docks, boating, kayaking, gardens and picnic areas. Also available at some lakes are facilities for archery, fishing, tennis, soccer, volleyball, grills, skiing paths, ice rinks and hot food.

Directions To Minneapolis Hostel

Bus & Light Rail Train – Metro Transit

The fare is $2.25 during weekday business hours and $1.75 mid-day and weekends. Seniors, youth and persons with disabilities have reduced rates. Buses accept $1 bills and U.S. coins, including $1 coins. Bus fare boxes and drivers cannot make change. If you pay your fare in cash and you need to travel on more than one bus to reach your destination, ask the driver for a transfer when you pay your fare. Your transfer is good for unlimited rides in any direction for up to 2-1/2 hours (does not apply to Downtown Zone fares).

Bus from downtown Minneapolis

Get on Bus #17 or #18 Southbound on 2nd Avenue. Get off at the intersection of 24th Street & Nicollet. Walk east two blocks. The Minneapolis International Hostel is on your right, on the southwest corner of 2400 Stevens Avenue South and 24th Street.
Bus #17 Schedule & Map
Bus #18 Schedule & Map

Bus from the University of Minnesota – Minneapolis Campus

Make your way to Washington Avenue. Get on Bus #2 Westbound – you will be heading toward downtown Minneapolis. Get off at the intersection of Franklin Avenue & Stevens. Walk south two blocks to 24th Street. The Minneapolis International Hostel is on your right hand side, on the southwest corner of Stevens Avenue South
Bus #2 Schedule & Map
Taxi fare ~ $8.00

Bus from Greyhound Terminal

Walk four short blocks to Nicollet Mall and continue to 2nd Avenue (see above directions from downtown Minneapolis for further details).
Taxi fare ~ $5.00-10.00

Bus from Amtrak Station

Take the Light Rail – Green Line
Bus #16 Schedule & Map
Taxi fare ~ $15.00-20.00

Bus from Minneapolis / St Paul International Airport

Take the blue line light rail from the airport to Franklin Station. From Franklin Station take bus 2 west to 3rd Ave. Then walk south 2 blocks on 3rd Ave. Turn right on E 24th St and walk one block to S Stevens Ave. The hostel is on the corner of E 24th St and S Stevens Ave.

Super Shuttle from Minneapolis / St Paul International Airport

The Super Shuttle offers convenient airport shuttle service to and from the airport and a 25 mile radius to include: Minneapolis and northern suburbs, St. Paul and eastern suburbs, Bloomington and southern/western suburbs. Our hostel is within that radius. The fare is $14 one way per person. Reservations are not required. After claiming your luggage, follow signs to the Ground Transportation Center (lower level), then follow the signs to the Hotel Shuttle Service area (up one level). Super Shuttle is conveniently located inside the terminal near the Hotel Shuttle Service boarding area. Look for the blue and white vans. They provide 24 hour service.