THE SHERATON MINNEAPOLIS MIDTOWN HOTEL
Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown is located roughly 15 minutes from the Minneapolis/St.Paul Airport (MSP). The hotel is a few steps away from the Midtown Global Market, and also offers immediate access to The Minneapolis Convention Center, Orchestra Hall, Target Center (home of the Timberwolves), and Target Field (home of the Minnesota Twins).
The hotel also provides shuttle service within a five-mile radius of the hotel between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m. (CornerHouse Training is within the five-mile radius).
Reserve by Phone: When you call 612-821-7600 to make reservations, mention that you will be attending training at CornerHouse. The Sheraton offers a special rate for CornerHouse training.
Reserve Online: Click here to enter your reservation online. The SET or Corporate Account Number for the CornerHouse rate is 332112. Enter this number when you see the box similar to this one on the Sheraton website.
Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown Hotel
2901 Chicago Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
Fun Things To Do In Minneapolis
- Midtown Global Market– directly across the street from the Sheraton, the Midtown Global Market is an internationally themed market with unique gifts, groceries, great food, and restaurants.
- Mall of America - A city within a city. There are many unique features to Mall of America such as a range of retail, restaurants and entertainment. Since opening its doors in 1992 it has earned a national reputation for entertaining its guests. And is one of the top tourist locations in the country.
- Mill City Museum - This Minnesota Historical Society museum in Minneapolis is located next to Mill Ruins Park on the banks of the Mississippi River. It elaborates on the founding and growth of Minneapolis, especially in relation to flour milling and other corporations that used water power from Saint Anthony Falls.
- Minneapolis Institute of Arts – This museum is a major government-funded, corporate-sponsored, and member-supported institution that does not charge an entrance fee. The museum features art spanning 5,000 years from many different origins.
- Minneapolis Sculpture Garden - The crown jewel of the Minneapolis park system. Situated right next to the Walker Art Center, the Sculpture Garden showcases over 40 works from the Walker’s collection. The 11-acre Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is also home to the famous Spoonbridge and Cherry.
- Walker Art Center – Located in Uptown Minneapolis, the Walker is considered one of the nation’s “big five” museums for modern art. The museum presents contemporary art as well as dance, theatre, music performances, and film screenings.
- Weisman Art Museum - Located on the University of Minnesota Campus, the largest urban campus in the country, this museum focuses on modern art and has over 20,000 images, as well as large collections of pottery and furniture. The building is also well-known for its architecture.
- Lake Calhoun - Lake Calhoun is the largest lake in Minneapolis. It has 3 swimming beaches, walking and biking paths circling its shores, and is also surrounded by park area for picnicking and athletic activities. The lake is popular for canoeing, kayaking, and windsurfing.
- Loring Park – The largest park in the cities park system. Features many walking and bike paths, tennis courts, a lake, and a relaxing atmosphere. Located across the street from the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
- Minnehaha Park and Falls - The falls are located near the entrance of Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis. The falls are also located near the joining of Minnehaha creek with the Mississippi river. During the winter months the falls freeze into a cascade of ice and in the spring and summer they can be quite forceful. Within the park there is the historic Minnehaha depot, a restored train station from 1875. Minnehaha Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- St. Anthony Falls District - St. Anthony falls was the only natural major waterfall on the Upper Mississippi River, but the natural falls were replaced after they collapsed in 1869. The falls were the hub of the flour mills, saw mills, and textile mills of Minneapolis because of the use of hydro-power. Walking across the historic Stone Arch Bridge you can see that many of the mills are still intact, including the Gold Medal Flour mill and the Pillsbury mill. The area has a very quaint atmosphere and is complete with walking paths along the Mississippi, cozy cafés and coffee shops, and the historic St. Anthony Main theatre which exhibits currently released films.