It’s said that home is where the heart is, which may be why we always try to find a place that feels like home when we go on vacation. If you’re heading off to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, you’ll want to get started on booking as soon as possible! Rooms are filling up fast, and there aren’t any hotel rooms in the city to speak of. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t find an incredible place to crash while you’re there.
Check out some of these amazing and unique listings that are still open for rent in the city!
5 Amazing Super Bowl Rentals Still Available
A historical mansion located in the Kenwood area of Minneapolis, this enormous mansion house is frequently used for social gatherings like weddings and large formal parties. But, it could be yours to rent for the super bowl with up to 16 guests! There are 16 bedrooms and a host of other rooms for entertaining. Although there’s an outdoor pool area, it won’t help you much in the Minnesota winter.
One of the most spectacular things about this house, beside the $10,000 per night price tag, are some of the renowned guests who have stayed as guests in the past. The most famous of those guests include the Dalai Lama of Thailand and famous American painter Andy Warhol.
If you’re looking for a unique place to stay, you and 3 others might want to check out this listing! It’s a two-floor apartment with a giant spiral staircase in the middle. The entire apartment is full of incredibly diverse potted plants from floor to ceiling, making it one of the greenest places you’ll find in the middle of the winter.
Music is the theme of the apartment, with records and stereos around the living room, but it makes a great place to relax during the Super Bowl weekend as well. If you feel like hitting a bar or restaurant, they’re so close you can easily walk there without trouble. Or, you can stay in and use the minibar that’s inside the apartment! When it comes time for the big game, you’ll be only a few blocks away from the stadium.
While it’s not as close to the action as some of the others on this list, this house is the perfect mix for those who want a little bit more relaxation on their vacation. A little farther from the stadium but still right outside Minneapolis, there are gorgeous lakefront views and sunsets to take in over the water every night.
A total of six guests can share this house over Super Bowl weekend for $3,500 per night to enjoy a more family-friendly and safe environment. It’s much quieter than many of the central city locations, so you can kick back and get a good night’s sleep whenever you’re done hitting the town each evening.
If you want something that’s delightfully charming on the outside but modern and fantastic on the inside, this is the listing for you. At $1,200 per night it’s not located right by the US Bank Stadium, but it’s only a short drive away and the home is located near many other entertainment venues and eateries. You can enjoy all the craft beer breweries, ethnic foods, and local craft shops you would ever want.
The real surprise in this home isn’t the location or the beautiful cottage style, it’s the kitchen! When you decide to cook something in this home, even a simple breakfast, you’ll feel like you’re on a cooking show with the latest and greatest appliances and huge open spaces. It’s a spectacular kitchen with an open concept that leads it right over into the comfortable living room with a cozy fireplace. This is the best place you can imagine to relax and entertain yourselves in the downtime.
This cozy little apartment has a fantastic style to it that’s both simple and chic. 2 guests can stay in this one-bedroom apartment very comfortably, and there’s even a parking garage that goes with the place.
Located 2.5 miles from US Bank Stadium in the great Uptown neighborhood, which is one of the best places to stay in all of Minneapolis. Great restaurants, nightlife and everything is mostly walking distance away. This gem is currently being offered at $1,200 a night.
If you’re looking for the vacation of a lifetime, these are the places you’ll want to check out before Super Bowl LII rolls around. They may not stay open for long, so book quickly!
Source: Realty Times