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Our innovative packages offer extraordinary value for those visiting the Twin Cities area.

Sports Fan

Sport Fan Fun Package

Fans of Minnesota Twins Baseball will love the Sports Fan Fun Package. Come support your favorite team, enjoy a restful stay and cocktails before heading to the game, and sport some fun fan merchandise. We are just footsteps to Target Field.

Your Sports Fan Fun Package includes:

- Choice of a Twins Hat or Visor
- Two drink tickets for Pre or Post game
- Late 2 p.m. checkout
- Free WiFi

 

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Paws and Pilots Package

Paws and Pilots Package

Our Paws and Pilots package includes:

- In-room water bowl
- Chew toy
- Pet-loving staff
- Photo opportunities
- And aviator "dog-gles" to celebrate the hotel namesake, Rufus R. Rand, Jr., a World War I aviator who flew in the Lafayette Flying Corps. Today, his adventurous spirit lives on in the style, design, and historical ambiance of the Rand Tower Hotel.

*The Paws and Pilots package also includes the non-refundable 100 USD pet cleaning fee.

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Summer in Minneapolis: Get 1,000 bonus points per night

Summer in Minneapolis: Get 1,000 bonus points per night

From May 13 - August 5, 2021, earn 1,000 bonus points per night, 7 days a week.

Celebrate with us at the newest addition to Minneapolis, in a perfect city center location. Footsteps to Target Field, home of Twins baseball, and light rail train which connects you directly to/from the Airport, Mall of America and Downtown St. Paul.

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Summer in Minneapolis: Get 1,000 bonus points per night

Grand Opening Package

Celebrate with us and be among the first ever to stay at the newest addition to Minneapolis, the Rand Tower Hotel. Enjoy a bottle of champagne, breakfast for two and join us in sending a toast to our namesake, Rufus Rand. 

Grand Opening Package includes:

- Breakfast for 2 guests daily
- 1 bottle of Champagne per stay

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Did you know

The 26-story Rand Tower was one of the tallest structures in downtown Minneapolis when it was completed in 1929. It was designed by famed Chicago architects Holabird & Root for Rufus R. Rand, Jr., a World War I aviator who was the heir of the family that owned the Minneapolis Gas Company. Rand had flown in the Lafayette Flying Corps during the war, so much of the building's remarkable Art Deco ornamentation follows an aviation theme. There is even a sculpture named Wings in the lobby that was created by artist Oskar J.W. Hansen. The Rand Tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.