Stay at our hotel off I-90 near the Mayo Clinic in Rochester
Located less than 15 minutes from the heart of downtown Rochester, the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Rochester South, MN provides guests with a convenient home base near I-90 and the Mayo Clinic. Free Wi-Fi keeps you connected from the privacy of your room so you can let friends and family know how much you loved a concert at the Mayo Civic Center or a tasting at Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery. Athletic groups also benefit from staying at our comfortable hotel near the Graham Arena Complex and Rochester Regional Stadium & Bubble. When it’s time to head home, we’re less than a 10-minute drive from Rochester International Airport (RST).
You can ride our complimentary shuttle to clinic appointments and then return to the hotel for a relaxing swim in the indoor pool and good conversation around our patio’s fire pit. If you’re traveling with a sports group, keep everyone well-fed at our free, hot breakfast and squeeze in a last-minute team workout in our fitness center. Between games, you can visit our laundry facilities to freshen up everyone’s uniforms.
2 Queen Beds
Studio Suite-King Bed
1 Bedroom Suite-King Bed
Whether you’re in Rochester for an appointment at the Mayo Clinic or a sports tournament at the Graham Arena Complex, carve out an afternoon to see what this expansive city has to offer. You can shop for souvenirs at Shoppes on Maine or Apache Mall. Rochester Art Center displays a large collection of contemporary art pieces, and Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery offers delightful wine tastings. Don’t miss these local favorites:
Pull off US Highway 63 and find a comfortable retreat at the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Rochester South. Our complimentary shuttle can take you to the Mayo Clinic, about 10 minutes away. If you prefer to drive yourself, enjoy complimentary parking at the hotel. For convenient travel during colder months, take advantage of the climate-controlled skyways and subways that connect you to a variety of shops and restaurants in downtown Rochester.