Noted on the National Register of Historic Places, 300 Clifton has reinvented the traditional Bed and Breakfast and caters to the utmost needs of the modern traveler. Located in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis in the Loring Park neighborhood. The mansion provides luxury accommodations for all types of stays including business travel, romantic vacations, cross-country overnights, and corporate retreats. Just a quick walk from the Minneapolis Convention Center, Walker Art Center, and bustling Hennepin Avenue. Enjoy many amenities including Hot Tub and In-Room Massages.
Rooms & Amenities
Our standard queen is well-appointed and offers most of the same great amenities of our other guestrooms. Comfortable queen bed, access to our year-round Hot Tub, WiFi, and toiletries in our shared bathroom.
Elegantly furnished, our Deluxe Queen has everything you need for either individual or couples stays. Rooms include Queen bed, comfortable lounge/desk area, and private restrooms.
Originally family guestrooms, these rooms have been hosting mansion guests from as early as 1906. Large open private restroom, sitting area, and period furnishings- some of which are original to the mansion!
All Rooms Include
towels + intelligent nutrients shampoo & conditioner + iron + ironing board + blow drier + access to our year round hot tub + private parking on property + formal gardens + laundry facilities + high speed internet + coffee & tea + fridge access + access to ice maker + family friendly
in-room massages + fresh floral arrangments
Whimsical Queen-Ann Victorian (built in 1887) turned commodious Georgian Revival by famed architect Edwin Hewitt. The home at 300 Clifton, which is considered the finest example of Georgian Revival architecture in the state of Minnesota, is also the birthplace of the Minneapolis arts movement. Eugene Carpenter and his wife, Merrette, most notably established the Minneapolis Institute of Art in 1915. Experience the history of the legendary Carpenter family, and also the lesser-known maids, chauffeurs, and friends of Clifton Avenue. Experience one of Loring Parks last standing private estates and learn the story of how preservation efforts saved the mansion, while urban renewal razed it’s neighbors.