There are a few fine hotels throughout Minnesota that provide breakfast with your reservation. Here are six of the best with complimentary breakfasts.
340 Cedar St.
St. Paul, MN 55101
Hotel 340 is the place to stay in downtown St. Paul for business, pleasure or a combination of both. This full-service boutique hotel now offers rooms and suites with kitchenettes on floors 10 and 11 of the Saint Paul Athletic Club, plus 20 new rooms just added on the 12th floor. Every reservation, served in elegantly appointed Butler’s on the second floor, comes with an abundant breakfast stocked with fresh fruit, eggs, Belgian waffles, cereals, yogurts, assorted bagels, cinnamon rolls, assorted pastries and juices. You will want to make use of the 68,000-square-foot Saint Paul Athletic Club to work out for a reasonable fee of $10 per guest per 24 hours after such a selection. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the best of St. Paul’s restaurants, shops, museums, theatres as well as the Xcel Energy Center. The Saint Paul Athletic Club Building also features outstanding event spaces, ballroom, banquet and meeting rooms.
2100 Water St.
Duluth, MN 55812
Wake up to a gorgeous view of the lake, Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge, Canal Park or cityscape. Finish a complimentary continental breakfast on your balcony and then bolt down to the water’s edge for a walk on the trail, free bike rental or the guided kayak tour. After a busy day, you will be ready to relax at the communal fire pit with free ingredients to make s’mores. These are just a few of the amenities offered at no other Duluth hotel.
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The Commons Hotel
615 Washington Ave. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Business at the University of Minnesota just got a lot easier. The new Metro Green Line now stops in front of The Commons Hotel. Air travelers can take the light rail from the airport and check in for the Sweet Dreams Bed and Breakfast Package that includes breakfast in The Beacon Public House at a value of $15 per guest. The E-mc2 package offers two complimentary cocktails, and breakfast or lunch for two for a value of $30 each day in the Beacon Public House and two cocktails up to $7 each per day in The Beacon Public House. Guests have complimentary use of the nearby University’s Recreation and Aquatics Center. Commons’ in-room book butler system allows guests to order room service online including free loan of reading materials delivered to your room for use while you are a guest.
Mankato City Center Hotel
101 E. Main St.
Mankato, MN 56001
Breakfast at Mankato City Center Hotel includes such delicious options as hot eggs, sausage, waffles, juice and pastries. Other complimentary features include a large swimming pool, whirlpool, fitness center, a business center in the lobby and high-speed Internet. Visitors to the Minnesota Vikings training camp, Minnesota State University Mankato, All Seasons Arena, Bethany College, ISJ Mayo hospital, Riverhills Mall or Mount Kato may prefer the convenience and comfort of these accommodations. Each is a short trip from your complimentary covered parking at the hotel.
1211 2nd St. S.W.
Rochester, MN 55902
Patrons of Rochester’s St. Mary’s Hospital and the Mayo Clinic will find that Aspen Suites offers the best in convenience and comfort for extended stays. More than free breakfast with bacon, sausage and eggs every morning, each room comes with a fully appointed kitchen including refrigerator with a freezer, stove, cooking utensils and serving and eating utensils. Complimentary underground heated parking, shuttle service, laundry facilities, DVD lending library, Internet and fitness center make this the accommodation of choice.
Fiksdal Hotel & Suites
1215 2nd St. S.W.
Rochester, MN 55902
The Fiksdal provides long-term lodging in Rochester that is not only convenient but is also budget-conscious. Free breakfast includes waffles, oatmeal and bananas with the usual toast and coffee option. Each room features a small refrigerator, microwave and coffeepot as well as free wireless Internet access. Residents may walk across the street to St. Mary’s Hospital or take the free shuttle to the Mayo Clinic downtown. Parking is also free.
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