If you’re looking for a fun, active, and family-friendly destination in the Midwest, Minneapolis is a great choice. This is also a favorite city among foodies, craft beer fans, art lovers, and nature enthusiasts who enjoy the city’s many parks and green spaces. One of the most interesting ways to get to know this city is to stay in a local Airbnb to get a better sense of the neighborhoods and overall vibe. These are the top Minneapolis Airbnbs to choose from.
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At this Treetop studio apartment, you’ll have the whole loft to yourself for up to four guests. It’s on the third floor and has a private and woodsy feel. When you stay here, you’ll also be just four blocks from the Blue Line Metro for easy accessibility around town. There’s a kitchenette with a fridge, sink, and microwave, as well as free street parking and air conditioning window units for summer and a wood-burning stove for winter. Wi-Fi is available, and guests have access to the front porch too. This is a pet-free Airbnb with your hosts living in the apartment below the space in case you have questions or would like some local advice.
You can also stay in this tiny house in Minneapolis, which measures 357 square feet and is great for travelers. It accommodates up to three guests and is a guesthouse that you’ll have all to yourself. The tiny house has a full kitchen, bathroom with shower, washer and dryer, Wi-Fi, a desk, and a small pull-out couch in addition to the main queen-size bed. It’s located in a quiet and family-friendly area of south Minneapolis and within a 10-minute walk to the light rail. The host can provide a pack-and-play and high chair for children upon request. The host also provides towels, a hairdryer, and toiletries for guests. Make sure to check out the mural and paintings on the outside of the tiny house, which was painted by a native Minnesota artist.
This studio earth house is an Airbnb property that is great for up to five guests with three beds and 1.5 baths. It’s located in the NE Minneapolis Arts District and is covered with rocks and painted with murals. The décor inside is truly magical and inspiring! You’ll also be close to restaurants and public transportation from here. It’s a good pick for couples, business travelers, and solo adventurers. The entire home measures 1,800 square feet, and you’ll have it all to yourself. Guests can enjoy the newly remodeled second bathroom with a two-person soak tub upstairs.
For a private room in a house in Minneapolis, consider this budget-friendly Airbnb in Birdtown. This private room can accommodate up to three guests and is centrally located in a peaceful neighborhood. It has a back door, semi-private entrance for guests and is near Theodore Wirth Park and Victory Memorial Parkway. You’ll be in a private basement space and have access to the kitchen as long as you like dogs. Your host has a German shepherd mix who lives on the main floor. Other perks are Wi-Fi and free parking on the premises.
If you’re traveling to Minneapolis for work or looking for a quiet place to stay, this urban executive apartment on Airbnb is a good choice. It is a private space that you’ll have to yourself for up to four guests with two bedrooms and one bathroom. The Airbnb is in the historic Whittier neighborhood and a garden-level apartment with 1,100 square feet of space and a private entry. The kitchenette includes a refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, hot plate, and a dishwasher.
This rustic modern Midtown flat suits up to four guests and is a lower-level apartment with all-new construction. This Airbnb is two miles from downtown and uptown, as well as 15 minutes from the Mall of America. It does not have air conditioning for the summer, but the space is at garden level so it stays comfortable even during warm weather. Guests who stay here have access to the front porch and a shared laundry room. Free street parking is available too. Your hosts have three young boys, so this isn’t necessarily the best Airbnb if you want to sleep in late. However, it is a very family-friendly property that can provide a high chair, pack-and-play, and kids’ toys.
You can also have this bungalow home all to yourself in Minneapolis for up to four guests. The property is in the heart of the city and minutes from downtown, the river, and lakes. This is a downstairs two-bedroom apartment that also has a front yard, porch, shared basement, and barbeque in the backyard for guests to use. A free washer and dryer with detergent and an iron are available in the basement.
How could you not love an Airbnb listing titled, “Donuts, Art, Yoga, Massage, Bikes, Flowers, Puppies?” This Airbnb is a private apartment that can sleep up to six guests on the main floor of an owner-occupied duplex. It’s in the heart of northeast Minneapolis and with its own entrance, a full kitchen, and large living and dining rooms. Your host has an art studio on the second floor and offers massage therapy and yoga.
You’ll also love this modern home that works well for up to four guests and is just 10 minutes from downtown and the airport. It features fast internet, a full chef’s kitchen, and easy parking on a family-friendly street. This living space is on the main level of the house and does not include access to the upstairs or basement.
We’ll also highlight this downtown condo that’s perfect for a solo traveler in Minneapolis. Guests have access to the kitchen, shared bathroom, Wi-Fi, and free parking on the premises. Your host offers a welcoming shared space experience and stocks the space with essential toiletries too.