While there are some great hotels near St. Cloud University… there are also some awful ones.
But don’t worry – we are here to help!
Written by our hotel-experts, this list of hotels in St. Cloud will show you the best accommodation options near the university, for all types of budgets.
Let’s dive right into it…
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The Fairfield Inn feels like you are getting it at a discount. The hotel is well-decorated, the rooms are spacious, the beds are comfy and the American breakfast buffet is free. What more do you need? This is our favorite hotel in the area.
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Another hotel that provides great value is Hampton Inn and Suites St. Cloud. The wonderful reception staff is available 24 hours, as is the business center and the convenience store. Best of all worlds!
Located smack in the city centre, the vibe at the Courtyard by Marriot is all about comfort! Get a good night’s rest on the highly-reviewed beds, or be sure to get some work done at your work desk.
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The 7.0 rating is neutralized by the fact that it’s a budget hotel with has a tasty breakfast! Guests also love the fact that this hotel is 100% pet-friendly.
Possibly the highest-rated hotel in the area, Holiday Inn Express has free (and fast) Wifi as well as a free American buffet breakfast that caters to vegetarians and people who are gluten-intolerant.
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Talk about value, some of the rooms have a fireplace and hot tub! Best Western Plus Kelly Inn is a great option for both solo travelers and families.
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Homewood Suites always have great properties, and the Saint Cloud branch is a perfect example of that! Take a dip in the indoor pool, or chill and enjoy a movie on the mounted flatscreen TVs.
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Born in Los Angeles, Aaron Hovanesian is one of the original staff writers for Hotel Jules. Having backpacked the world as a young man, Aaron now prefers to travel the world in luxury, proudly staying in the world's most amazing hotels and properties. When Aaron is not traveling he lives in Western Colorado he can be found brewing his own beer (probably an IPA) or spending time with his two amazing golden retrievers.