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Festival Housing

The Festival housing block includes 12 downtown Minneapolis hotels. All the properties are within a half-mile of Orchestra Hall and Peavey Plaza, and all are within 2 blocks of Nicollet Mall, which is closed to automobiles and is lined with restaurants and shops. All the hotels are smoke-free; all have some ADA-accessible rooms available.

HOUSING REGISTRATION will open December 16, 2019. In order to receive the discounted GALA group rate, reservations MUST be made through our friends at Convention Housing Partners. Reserve your hotel rooms here.

Festival Liaisons may register for a Housing Webinar to be presented on Thursday, September 19, or an encore webinar on Saturday, September 21. You can also view a recording of the webinar after the presentation is given.

Go to the Festival Housing FAQ page.

Downtown Minneapolis is flat and accessible. View a MAP of the Festival Village.

Festival Hotels

Below is a list of the hotels in the Festival housing block and the discounted nightly rate. Click the link to download a table comparing all the DETAILS OF THE HOTELS.

Double Tree Suites $169 1101 LaSalle Ave.
Foshay W Minneapolis $189 82 Marquette Ave.
Hilton Garden Inn $154 1101 Fourth Ave.
Hilton Minneapolis $179 1001 Marquette Ave.
Holiday Inn Express $166 225 S. 11th St.
Hotel Ivy $229 201 S. 11th St.
Hyatt Regency $189 1300 Nicollet Mall
Marquette Hotel $165 710 Marquette Ave.
Marriott City Center $139 30 S. 7th St.
Millennium Hotel $169 1313 Nicollet Mall
Normandy Inn & Suites $165 405 S. 8th St.
Westin Minneapolis $142 88 S. 6th St.

Downtown Minneapolis

Minneapolis sits at the headwaters of the Mississippi River and is home to the best urban park system in the country (lakes & waterfalls!). The culture is outdoorsy, highly community-minded and ethnically diverse. Downtown is very walkable and accessible, and is centered around the newly renovated Nicollet Mall, a bustling avenue which is closed to car traffic (there is a free shuttle bus that runs up & down) and is home to the Mary Tyler Moore statue and a plethora of restaurants and shops.