Hotels in Edina start at $90 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Think of Minnesota and you'll envision lakes, the Twin Cities, more lakes, the North Woods, additional lakes, and depending on the season, frozen lakes and snow as far as the eye can see. Book one of our Edina hotels, just outside Minneapolis, and explore this far-north destination.
Edina began as a 19th-century farming and milling town, a heritage revealed through many well-preserved relics. Stroll over the limestone-clad arch of the Wooddale Avenue Bridge and behold the oft-icy waters of Minnehaha Creek flowing underfoot. This unceasing ebb is responsible for everything around you, once fueling the mill that became the center of a rural village, and soon a growing farm town where many a pioneer made his fortune.
Rest at one of our welcoming hotels in Edina, MN and ready yourself for those famous Minnesota lakes. Head to Centennial Lakes Park, where in summer you can float aboard a paddle boat and admire the verdant landscape from your jaunty vessel. Follow this with lunch at the farmers market, where crisp apples and punnets of berries share stalls with homemade breads and preserves. Winter has a charm all its own, turning your cheeks pink as icy snow sprays up from shiny skates or sturdy sleds. Stand close to the outdoor fireplaces as you sip steamy chocolate from your frosty-gloved hands —this is just the beginning of your wintry adventure.
A single lake experience won’t satisfy your inquisitiveness. Rent a car in Edina and drive to Lake Calhoun, the largest in Minneapolis. Don hiking boots and tread lakeside trails, or kayak to remote coves and imagine you’re way out in the wilderness. But here, you can travel easily back to Minneapolis hotels and end your day in style.
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