Live a truly New York style and buzz in the middle of Minneapolis's Downtown and Theatre Districts. This David Rockwell designed hotel lives and dies by the words chic and style, with minimalist décor in the rooms which also include 400 thread count linens and original British art throughout. Attractions also include a slew of bar options, one of which is situated on a rooftop top veranda overlooking the city and the amazing Asian fusion restaurant Chambers Kitchen by Jean- Georges Vongerichten.
Located in the middle of downtown Minneapolis' theater district, this grand hotel built in 2006 offers original British art throughout the hotel as well as 360-degree views of the Minneapolis skyline via floor to ceiling windows. It offers a minimalist decor and trendy restaurants and a bar. Right across the street are the historic Orpheum, Pantages and State Theaters. If you want to be in the middle of it all, this hotel is a fine choice. The hotel even features a casino.
Year renovated: 2006.
Number of floors: 5.
Number of rooms: 60.
Rooms feature minimalist decor for understated comfort. Though babysitting is available, there is no statement about extra charges for additional beds.
Continental breakfast is offered on the rooftop lounge as well as in the rooms. There are also many dining choices within the hotel. Chambers Kitchen was refurbished in 2009. Also featured is the Asian Fusion Restaurant.
All visitors are offered a full breakfast for a fee.
There is a business center as well as meeting/banquet facilities. Wi-Fi is available in the rooms only and costs $12.95 per day.
There is an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, spa and wellness center, as well as a bar and casino.
ustere is paid parking as well.
This field is required.