Whether you’re in town on a business trip or on a well-deserved weeklong vacation, our InTown Suites extended stay location at 420 Coon Rapids Boulevard has everything you need to feel at home during your stay in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. Our guest rooms include a long list of amenities such as complete kitchens, wifi Internet, weekly housekeeping, and 42″ HD TVs. Plus, we are the closest extended stay near the National Sports Center.
InTown Suites is the alternative to extended stay hotels and short-term housing. We offer more than 189 locations in 22 states and are growing to serve you even better. And, with our “no lease and no credit check” policy, guests can easily move in, stay as long as they need, and be free to move when they are ready.
This standard InTown Suites room is equipped like a studio apartment and comes with a long list of amenities. Find everything you need to feel at home.Check Availability
Furnished like our Studio, these third-floor rooms offer the extra peace and quiet of being on the top floor. The room is equipped with amenities like a complete kitchen, high-speed Internet, and a large flat panel TV.Check Availability
With two beds, this room accommodates up to four guests. The spacious room is well appointed with a kitchen, full-size refrigerator, large flat panel TV, high-speed Internet and more.Check Availability
Upgrade your stay! Our Queen Suite offers a pillow top queen bed, comfortable couch or lounge chair with sitting area, kitchen with full-size refrigerator, dinette table and chairs, high-speed Internet and TV.Check Availability
From I-35 West: Head north and exit onto I-94 West. Follow I-94 West to the MN-252 North Exit. Take MN-252 North to Highway 610 East (Coon Rapids Blvd – MN-252 ends and 610 East begins). Exit to the right. Our InTown Suites Minneapolis North property is located on the right.
The City of Minneapolis is the county seat of Hennepin County and the largest city in the state of Minnesota. Lying on both banks of the Mississippi River and home to over twenty lakes and wetlands, the city earned its nickname “City of Lakes.” Minneapolis is also commonly referred to as the “Mill City” due to being the world’s flour milling capital in its earlier days. Today, the city attracts creative residents and visitors for its world-class theater, visual art, writing and music industries. Minneapolis is served by the Minneapolis Airport.