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The Clarion Hotel is located in the southern metro area just minutes from the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport and the Mall of America. Each guestroom offers a panoramic view of the city or the hyland park reserve and normandale lake. The clarion amenities include newly renovated business and leisure class rooms, alarm clock, hairdryer, refrigerator, speaker phone, voice messaging, two health clubs within one block of the hotel, indoor swimming pool full service restaurant and bar.

Location: 8151 Bridge Road, Bloomington Minnesota 55437 Telephone 952-830-1300 Fax 952-830-1535

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
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(Chanhassen) Americinn Motel & Suites
(Bloomington) Amerisuites
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(Chaska) Best Western Chaska River Inn & Suites
(Conway) Best Western Conway

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