Travel

Airport

You need to fly into the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport (MSP). There are two Terminals at the Airport. The Lindberg Terminal is the Main Terminal, which hold the main airlines (NWA, AA, Delta, Continental, etc.) The Humphrey Terminal is smaller and the following airlines come in there, Sun Country, ATA, Midwest Airlines and charters.

Hotel Shuttle

The Radisson Blu offers a free shuttle service, simply call (952) 881-5258 once you arrive and a shuttle will be sent to pick you up. Complimentary service dependent on availability at the time of your request.

Light Rail

The light rail (http://www.metrotransit.org/light-rail.aspx) travels between the Mall of America and the new Target Field. In between it stops at both Airports (Humphrey and Lindbergh). You can take the light rail from the airports to the Mall of America Station for less than $2.50. Once you arrive at Mall of America station it is a quick walk to the hotel. Follow the signs for the Radisson Blu Hotel.

From Lindbergh Terminal (Terminal 1) take the escalator down one level from the tram level and purchase a rail ticket from the machine. Continue down another escalator to the rail platform.

From Humphrey Terminal (Terminal 2) follow the signs to the light rail through the parking ramps.

Note:

  1. You must purchase your tickets BEFORE you get on the train at a nearby machine
  2. On your return trip remember that it could take you up to an hour to get to the Airport
  3. There is no fee to travel between the two terminals

Taxi

Taxis are available at the Lindbergh and Humphrey Terminals. Taxi service at the Lindbergh Terminal is accessible via the Tram Level. Signs direct passengers one level up to the cab starter booth, where airport staff will assist passengers obtaining a taxi. At the Humphrey Terminal, taxi service is available at the Humphrey Ground Transportation Center, which is located in the Humphrey Parking ramp on Level 1.

All cab fares are metered at a rate of $2.50 per mile and include a $4.00 airport fee that is added to the final metered fare, which allows drivers to recoup airport permit fees.

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