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Hotels in Savage

A soft pillow, a warm bed — find all of this and more at your Orbitz hotel in Savage. Perhaps best of all, you have 261 hotels to choose from, which tend to rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff. This means that you can enjoy a comfortable stay as close to — or as far from — Savage's top attractions as you'd like.

Either way, Hyland Lake Park Reserve - Recreation Area, Wood Lake Nature Ctr, Antlers Park, and Bloomington Theatre and Art Center are all waiting to be explored.


Where to shop in Savage

Kill some time in Savage by doing some serious window shopping or picking up a whole new look. Check out the clothing, accessories and gifts at Super City Inc and Marshalls.

Check out the newest smartphones, gadgets and tech accessories at Best Buy and Micro Center.


Outdoor activities in Savage

There are ways to kick back in Savage beyond its marquee attractions. Harriet Yacht Lake and Hyland Lake Park Reserve - Recreation Areaare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.


Arts and culture in Savage

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Savage at Bloomington Theatre and Art Center and Bloomington Historical Society. Eye of Horus Metaphysical and Northwestern Health Sciences University offer a taste of culture and learning.


Where to eat in Savage

Savage is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are Joe Senser's Sports Theater, Olive Garden, Kincaid's Bloomington and Bloomington Chophouse. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.


Not everyone in Savage calls it a night after sundown. Party with the night owls at Chili's Grill & Bar, Blue Point Restaurant & Oyster Bar and Poor Richard's Commonhouse.


Best times to visit Savage

Want to save up to 19%? Orbitz offers some great travel deals all year round, but the savings in February, January and March are the steepest. During these months, you can save approximately 19%, 19% and 17%, respectively.


Arts and culture in Savage

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Savage at Bloomington Theatre and Art Center and Bloomington Historical Society. Eye of Horus Metaphysical and Northwestern Health Sciences University offer a taste of culture and learning.


Where to stay in Savage

Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action or a quiet ways away, Savage is filled with distinctive neighborhoods. Among these are West Bloomington.


Where to eat in Savage

Savage is home to plenty of eateries designed for grabbing a snack or digging into a serious meal. Among them are Joe Senser's Sports Theater, Olive Garden, Kincaid's Bloomington and Bloomington Chophouse. All are also good options for resting your feet between sightseeing excursions. So pull up a chair, take a load off, and maybe even try a new dish or two.


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4.0

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson

Decent hotel for the price

We used this hotel as a base for a family get together weekend. The rooms were a little small but overall they worked ok. There are two pools there but neither one was in great condition. One had very poor air quality so we were unable to use it. The second one was ok but needs some maintenance. The breakfast was great and the staff was friendly. We would stay again.

A verified traveler

3 weeks ago

4.0

Quality Inn

Quick Business Trip Stay

The hotel was very clean, staff was so polite and helpful. Only thing that I didn't like was there was no elevator and had to walk up a steps to the 3rd floor with luggage and they didn't even offer to help.

A verified traveler

2 years ago

5.0

Hilton Minneapolis

Great Accomodations in Downtown MPLS

Chose this hotel based on price for a Minnesota Vikings home football weekend. It was a fantastic choice! LOVED the lobby bar (very active during the home football weekend), within a block or two of several excellent restaurants. Easy to get an uber to the game (about $8) and a 20-minute walk back from the stadium. Parking was NOT included, although the booking site said it was. We were charged $20 to park when we checked in, but directions were not clear and we ended up parking in the wrong ramp and had to pay again when we left. The cost was negligible (maybe $10??) so I would suggest you NOT pay to park at check-in and just pay at whatever public ramp you end up parking in. There are many in the vicinity. Would absolutely recommend this hotel for games or downtown stays. Will definitely choose it next time we're in town!!

A verified traveler

4 weeks ago

5.0

Hyatt Regency Bloomington - Minneapolis

Nice/clean hotel near MSP

I only stayed one night, but the Hyatt Regency Bloomington, was very nice: clean, quiet, good temperature, and comfortable beds.

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2 weeks ago