Hotels Near Rainbow Road

4.1/5Very Good45 Reviews
0.25km from Rainbow Road
I’m so happy to be here at the Millennium Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota downtown. It’s a great place to take a vacation or just a time-out and get away from all the stress and anxiety life brings to you. The best is the location of the hotel it’s rite on Nicollet mall downtown and is located rite in the heart of the dining seen and shopping district wonderful place to stay.
FromUS$96
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.26km from Rainbow Road
Wonderful service, many amenities, and a beautiful view. Bed was too firm for me, but still a great stay regardless. My partner and I came for a convention held in the hotel, and having a room in the same building was super convenient. It wasn't noisy staying in the room which was perfect to relax after the fun!
FromUS$169
2.5/535 Reviews
0.49km from Rainbow Road
Wonderful stay and amazing value at $140 incl taxes, fees, etc. (so affordable—I assume rates will be higher as the pandemic recovery increases visits to downtown?)…staff so friendly and helpful…comfy bed…separate living area with couch and great TV…clean and inviting decor…we parked there for free and walked around the corner to our evening show at the Dakota Jazz Club…inviting lobby where we enjoyed warming up by the fireplace…they even threw in a free breakfast because the cafe wasn’t fully operating yet. We’ve now stayed in 3 different Doubletree Suites hotels in Minneapolis/St. Paul and had a great experience in each one. Conclusion: this must be a well-managed brand with well-trained staff, at least in the Twin Cities. Will definitely return!
FromUS$119
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.63km from Rainbow Road
Very friendly staff. Room was very clean and comfortable, good views. Good location. Great restaurant attached. From check in u til check out the staff were pleasant and eager to help while not being intrusive. Just a very nice place to stay and relax if you’re in Minneapolis. Close to the convention center. Connected to the skywalk system.
FromUS$329
4.5/5Excellent42 Reviews
0.63km from Rainbow Road
The location is very good, just 300 meters away from the exhibition center, the city center is out, there are mall and target nearby, and the clothing and daily necessities are tax-free, so surprised. The hotel lobby is very tall, the parking lot is in the basement, and the elevator is directly to the hotel lobby, which is very convenient, but the hotel parking fee is 14 dollars a night. The overall experience is good, share it with everyone, foreign hotels will be particularly expensive on weekends or when there are many people. This is a bit unacceptable. The price of the first night is especially expensive, twice the third night, so I suggest you choose a good time. Oh, try to avoid weekends and busy time.
FromUS$132
4.3/5Excellent25 Reviews
0.65km from Rainbow Road
With a stay at Mint House CBD Minneapolis in Minneapolis (Downtown Minneapolis), you'll be steps from Nicollet Mall and 6 minutes by foot from Minneapolis Convention Center. This vacation home is 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Target Center and 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Basilica of Saint Mary.Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center.Make yourself at home in one of the 30 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with ovens and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and washers/dryers.
FromUS$261
4.3/5Excellent33 Reviews
0.68km from Rainbow Road
Stayed for 3 days, in town for Cleveland Browns game. Late night check in was made very comfortable from the second we walked in. Staff throughout the hotel were so accommodating. In particular, Dave (told ya I would mention you😁) was super helpful and friendly! Answered all our questions and offered his availability if we needed anything else. Bed was very comfortable, room was clean and comp breakfast was good. Breakfast staff were soooo nice and friendly. I would def stay here again. Well run hotel!
FromUS$119
4.8/5Outstanding32 Reviews
0.8km from Rainbow Road
I stayed at this hotel while my father had medical appointments at Abbott Northwestern because it was conveniently located and had a shuttle to the hospital. What I hadn't expected was how wonderful the stay would be. The service received at the front desk and in the restaurant was excellent--attentive, friendly, helpful, personable. The most unexpected, however, was the food. Truly the best food I've ever eaten in a hotel restaurant. My breakfast was made to order, and the omelet ingredients were fresh and flavorful. The selection and freshness of items for both continental and hot breakfast were amazing. Had supper in the restaurant and thought I was eating at a classy bistro--the chicken was grilled to perfection, and the vegetables were fresh and perfectly grilled. I highly recommend this hotel if you're staying in the downtown area.
FromUS$100
4/5Very Good31 Reviews
0.86km from Rainbow Road
This was my first hotel stay since the start of the pandemic, and I chose this hotel based on the view since I expected to spend a lot of time in my room. I also decided to pay more for a “cool corner” room. I know hotel rooms aren’t as nice in person as they look online, but I felt a little duped by the photo of a gorgeous main room with a sweep of windows, when in reality my sweep of windows was in the bathroom! It was the most beautiful view from a toilet I may ever have, but that wasn’t why I ponied up $40 more per night. That being said, the view from up high is great and well worth it (as long as you’re not expecting more). I saw a helicopter take off from HCMC and watched the moon sail by on a perfectly clear night. I wanted to give the hotel a higher rating because I feel like any hospitality staff are stretched thin right now, and W staff were helpful and polite even when I was frustrated. But there were a lot of little issues that added up, and I was only there for one night. Those include: - Hot water but almost no cold water. This was the biggest inconvenience. I couldn’t figure out why my shower only seemed to have hot or scalding water, and I had to have someone come look at it and tell me to leave it running for 5-10 minutes to get it to cool down. That wasn’t an exaggeration, and it was the same for the tap. I ended up filling all the glasses in the room and leaving them on the counter overnight so I could have something cool to drink in the morning. - Noise. The door provides no sound protection from the hallway, and the vroom from elevators revving up and down is constant. I didn’t mind it so much, but it was noticeable. I was more bothered by the fridge that I had to unplug to stop the high pitched whine. - Glitches checking in and out. First I was put in the wrong room type, which they did fix but initially questioned me. On the morning I left, I discovered they deactivate keys before the checkout time, so I had to go down and up again just to pop in and grab my suitcase. - Hard bed. Some people like a hard bed, but I’m not one of them! YMMV. There are some good things. The building is lovely, and in better times I’m sure I’d enjoy hanging out in the “living room” while having a cocktail or two. I also appreciated the free access to the viewing deck, as well as the view from my room. Food service was surprisingly delicious, and they graciously helped me get a little bite when I missed the breakfast deadline. Overall, if I’d ended up here by chance as a business traveler, I’d probably be more pleased. But since I was so focused on my in-room experience, I just didn’t get to relax and gaze across a vista of the city the way I expected to do.
FromUS$166
4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.87km from Rainbow Road
Residence Inn Downtown Minneapolis recently upgraded our FREE high-speed Internet access (wired and Wireless) throughout the hotel. We were recently ranked in the top 1% of all Residence Inn properties in guest satisfaction. We've perfected the extended stay experience by combining the comforts of the modern home with our passion for making every guest feel welcome. Our hotel is conveniently located on the skyway system, just a few blocks from Target Field and the Target Center, in the heart of downtown, next door to major businesses, theaters, restaurants, shopping, and the Minneapolis Convention Center. Our spacious suites are equipped with kitchens, separate living areas, king beds, internet-ready desks, and brand new high-definition flat screen TVs. Maintain your lifestyle with our state of the art fitness facility or fulfill your craving at our 24-hour Market. At Residence Inn Downtown Minneapolis, we deliver Service So Memorable, our guests tell stories about it.
FromUS$179
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.94km from Rainbow Road
Came to Downtown Minneapolis for my partners Birthday. We chose Hampton because it is close to other activities we were going to do. When we were checking in Austin gave us the run down on restaurants and activities happening around the the hotel. I don't even remember mentioning it was my partners birthday. He upgraded our rooms to a Junior Suite. Beautiful room with the view of the concert arena. About 20 minutes in we get a knock on our door and we had wine, snacks and a birthday card delivered! The employee even sang Happy Birthday to us. Austin called after to check on us. We were blown away! It does not stop there. We were at the hotel for 4 nights. Each time we stopped by the desk the team would wish my partner a happy birthday. THEN they organized a birthday dinner at Capital Grill. We were nervous to walk there in the dark. The hotel arranged someone to talk us to the restaurant AND BACK! At Captial Grill they had a table ready for us in a separate area from dining room. They gave us a cake and all sang happy birthday! 5 days after we left I got an email from Austin asking how our travel was getting home and hope we enjoyed our stay. I don't expect this kind of service at a Hampton Inn! I can not express how impressed we are. We found our home away from home. ♥️ Thank you Austin Thull and the hotel staff. We will never forget this and can not wait to visit again!
FromUS$146
4.3/5Excellent39 Reviews
1km from Rainbow Road
This hotel is very beautiful and a decent enough location downtown. The issues start with the room temperature being beyond uncomfortable, mostly cold and then taking a long time to time warm up. Once we got settled my boyfriend and I wanted to get a decent amount of snacks but the vending area is extremely limited having only candy and few soda options. Due to this we had to constantly leave the hotel to find decent snacks/food options. They do have a beautiful and romantic restaurant that most couples might like but we did not want to leave the room because by the time we got hungry we just wanted to watch some TV and relax. This hotel would be more suitable for solo trips or a business trip but not a very romantic getaway. The staff was very warm and courteous while dealing with a very large amount of people checking in the same day as my boyfriend and I.
FromUS$151

Hotels Near Rainbow Road In Minneapolis Review

4/531 Reviews
This was my first hotel stay since the start of the pandemic, and I chose this hotel based on the view since I expected to spend a lot of time in my room. I also decided to pay more for a “cool corner” room. I know hotel rooms aren’t as nice in person as they look online, but I felt a little duped by the photo of a gorgeous main room with a sweep of windows, when in reality my sweep of windows was in the bathroom! It was the most beautiful view from a toilet I may ever have, but that wasn’t why I ponied up $40 more per night. That being said, the view from up high is great and well worth it (as long as you’re not expecting more). I saw a helicopter take off from HCMC and watched the moon sail by on a perfectly clear night. I wanted to give the hotel a higher rating because I feel like any hospitality staff are stretched thin right now, and W staff were helpful and polite even when I was frustrated. But there were a lot of little issues that added up, and I was only there for one night. Those include: - Hot water but almost no cold water. This was the biggest inconvenience. I couldn’t figure out why my shower only seemed to have hot or scalding water, and I had to have someone come look at it and tell me to leave it running for 5-10 minutes to get it to cool down. That wasn’t an exaggeration, and it was the same for the tap. I ended up filling all the glasses in the room and leaving them on the counter overnight so I could have something cool to drink in the morning. - Noise. The door provides no sound protection from the hallway, and the vroom from elevators revving up and down is constant. I didn’t mind it so much, but it was noticeable. I was more bothered by the fridge that I had to unplug to stop the high pitched whine. - Glitches checking in and out. First I was put in the wrong room type, which they did fix but initially questioned me. On the morning I left, I discovered they deactivate keys before the checkout time, so I had to go down and up again just to pop in and grab my suitcase. - Hard bed. Some people like a hard bed, but I’m not one of them! YMMV. There are some good things. The building is lovely, and in better times I’m sure I’d enjoy hanging out in the “living room” while having a cocktail or two. I also appreciated the free access to the viewing deck, as well as the view from my room. Food service was surprisingly delicious, and they graciously helped me get a little bite when I missed the breakfast deadline. Overall, if I’d ended up here by chance as a business traveler, I’d probably be more pleased. But since I was so focused on my in-room experience, I just didn’t get to relax and gaze across a vista of the city the way I expected to do.
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FromUS$166
4.5/542 Reviews
The location is very good, just 300 meters away from the exhibition center, the city center is out, there are mall and target nearby, and the clothing and daily necessities are tax-free, so surprised. The hotel lobby is very tall, the parking lot is in the basement, and the elevator is directly to the hotel lobby, which is very convenient, but the hotel parking fee is 14 dollars a night. The overall experience is good, share it with everyone, foreign hotels will be particularly expensive on weekends or when there are many people. This is a bit unacceptable. The price of the first night is especially expensive, twice the third night, so I suggest you choose a good time. Oh, try to avoid weekends and busy time.
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FromUS$132
5/531 Reviews
My wife and I spent 5 nights at this property over Memorial day weekend. Checking in was in order. I had asked for and got an upgrade to the corner Loft suite on the 31st floor. Located in the center of town with plenty of parking structures with available parking. The Marriott has their own parking structure next door which though at $26/day is steep, they claim allows for unlimited in/out access. Must say the parking structure, if you have luggage, is rather far away and the way into the hotel is NOT AT ALL easy. So park on the street in front of the hotel and use the luggage cart to move your stuff. You have to ride 2 elevators to get to your room. One to the 5th floor to reception and the 2nd one to your room. The room was awesome! Two floors with a bedroom on each floor and a full bathroom on each floor. There was a generous living room. 3 TV's in all. A kitchen area with a small dining area. Bathrooms were large and plenty of counter space. The upstairs bathroom even had a separate tub and shower. Here are some finer points. Let me warn you that the negatives far, far outweigh the positives. If you look up the website of the Minneapolis City Center Marriott you will see wonderful things about the restaurant choices, the M Lounge where premium members (I hold a Titanium membership) can have drinks and snacks and relax in comfort, yada, yada. When I checked in I was told NONE OF THE RESTAURANTS are open. The M Lounge was closed. Pathetic!!! They could not be bothered to put a simple note on their website that these are closed. That WOULD HAVE MOST DEFINITELY changed my choice of this hotel. In fact when you call the Marriott, while you are on hold, they have a recorded message playing about the 40,000+ square feet of convention center space they have etc. etc. They could not be bothered to make a simple recording that restaurants and the lounge are closed. No breakfast!!! At a modest Fairfield Inn or Hampton Inn one can get a warm breakfast, yogurt, orange juice, cereal, milk, fruits etc. Not at the posh city center Marriott. They have vending machines with a sorry arrangement of sandwiches, bagels, fruit juice etc. at ridiculous prices. As a premium member I get breakfast included. When I went to get a sandwich, the lady at the reception tells me that only 'breakfasty' things are free not a chicken tortilla sandwich. Arbitrary making up of rules!!! From the 2nd day there was no yogurt (Chobani) in the vending machine. I brought this to the attention of the receptionist who said they will take care of it. On the 5th day when I checked out there still wasnt any yogurt in the machine. They have a microwave next to the vending machine to heat up your breakfast sandwich. For 3 days it had the same stains in it with no maintenance. Horrible! Saturday & Sunday they had a plated breakfast which we availed of. Ordered Orange juice and imagine our horror when they bring out
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FromUS$209
4/531 Reviews
We were pleased with all the amenities. Due to COVID there was a hybrid housekeeping policy, but we were fine with that. The hotel was clean and the staff was very accommodating and friendly. David in the bar was the master!! We used Uber most of the time. Wish we had known how close the light rail was. We are old and still loved the trendy atmosphere. I’d go back!!!
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FromUS$133
3.8/538 Reviews
Took my teen daughter to Women’s Final Four in Minneapolis. The games were played at the Target Center and this hotel was 1 block away. So location was great for my needs. Rooms are spacious and updated and customer service was great. Breakfast was the typical Embassy Suites which means it was excellent with a variety of choices. If I ever needed a hotel in downtown Minneapolis in the future I would absolutely stay here again.
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FromUS$161
4.3/533 Reviews
Stayed for 3 days, in town for Cleveland Browns game. Late night check in was made very comfortable from the second we walked in. Staff throughout the hotel were so accommodating. In particular, Dave (told ya I would mention you😁) was super helpful and friendly! Answered all our questions and offered his availability if we needed anything else. Bed was very comfortable, room was clean and comp breakfast was good. Breakfast staff were soooo nice and friendly. I would def stay here again. Well run hotel!
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FromUS$119
5/531 Reviews
Very friendly staff. Room was very clean and comfortable, good views. Good location. Great restaurant attached. From check in u til check out the staff were pleasant and eager to help while not being intrusive. Just a very nice place to stay and relax if you’re in Minneapolis. Close to the convention center. Connected to the skywalk system.
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FromUS$329
4.6/540 Reviews
Days Hotel is a chain of express hotels, the hotel service is good, check-in and check-out is very convenient, the toilet is not available during the stay, the service staff can handle in time, the attitude is very good. Breakfast is also good, but the types are basically fixed. There are different facilities such as cold drink machine and ice machine on different floors. This is different from domestic ones. The hotel is affordable and suitable for long stays. It is close to the University of Minnesota, about 10 minutes away, and the light rail is also very convenient. It is also convenient to the downtown, Minnesota-St. Paul Airport.
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FromUS$115
2.5/535 Reviews
Wonderful stay and amazing value at $140 incl taxes, fees, etc. (so affordable—I assume rates will be higher as the pandemic recovery increases visits to downtown?)…staff so friendly and helpful…comfy bed…separate living area with couch and great TV…clean and inviting decor…we parked there for free and walked around the corner to our evening show at the Dakota Jazz Club…inviting lobby where we enjoyed warming up by the fireplace…they even threw in a free breakfast because the cafe wasn’t fully operating yet. We’ve now stayed in 3 different Doubletree Suites hotels in Minneapolis/St. Paul and had a great experience in each one. Conclusion: this must be a well-managed brand with well-trained staff, at least in the Twin Cities. Will definitely return!
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FromUS$119
5/531 Reviews
Wonderful service, many amenities, and a beautiful view. Bed was too firm for me, but still a great stay regardless. My partner and I came for a convention held in the hotel, and having a room in the same building was super convenient. It wasn't noisy staying in the room which was perfect to relax after the fun!
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FromUS$169
4.3/539 Reviews
This hotel is very beautiful and a decent enough location downtown. The issues start with the room temperature being beyond uncomfortable, mostly cold and then taking a long time to time warm up. Once we got settled my boyfriend and I wanted to get a decent amount of snacks but the vending area is extremely limited having only candy and few soda options. Due to this we had to constantly leave the hotel to find decent snacks/food options. They do have a beautiful and romantic restaurant that most couples might like but we did not want to leave the room because by the time we got hungry we just wanted to watch some TV and relax. This hotel would be more suitable for solo trips or a business trip but not a very romantic getaway. The staff was very warm and courteous while dealing with a very large amount of people checking in the same day as my boyfriend and I.
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FromUS$151
5/531 Reviews
Stayed here for 2 nights with our family: 2 adults, 3 kids (16, 15, 3 yrs old) and 2 dogs (GSD). The place was well priced for the size room we stayed in, Double Room Suite, had to full size beds in a overly large bedroom, additionally living room with small dining table, chair, and sofa with queen size pull out bed. The place was clean, bathroom tile shower was large, sperate bathroom sink from shower/toilet made it nice for getting ready while others were using the bathroom. Small fridge and microwave allowed for us to bring back leftovers. My only issue was you have no control over the temp in your room. The whole place runs on boiler heat, so the whole place has heat on, or off. And they claim they don't turn on the AC until April, so the only way to cool off your room is to open the windows, which have no screens, and can open all the way. So if you have dogs/cats or small kids, this is not ideal, and frankly dangerous. I'm not even sure how they can allow windows to be opened all the way without some sort of safety feature that prevents kids from falling out (legally). Also, the support bar in the sofa pull out was broken off, so we had to take the mattress off the couch and lay it on the floor so we didn't sink through the middle of the bed. Aside from that, the price was unmatched by anyone else in the downtown area if you have pets. The pool and hot tube are located and an area that feels like your outside, but is enclosed, with lots of natural light.
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FromUS$110
4.9/532 Reviews
I stayed at the AC Hotel in Downtown Minneapolis for my first-ever visit to Minnesota, and I am so glad that I did. In addition to this hotel being centrally located to many sites of interest (walkable to many of the touristy spots such as the Stone Arch Bridge, some fantastic brunch spots and bakeries, and even the Gay 90's!), it provided my partner and me with a quiet, clean, and modern-looking room with a very nice rain shower, a big TV, and super comfortable furniture. The breakfast buffet was extensive, house cleaning was available when needed, and all of the hotel staff with whom we interacted were kind and helpful from check-in to check-out. This hotel will always hold a special place in my heart, not only for providing me with a perfect place to stay for my first of many visits to Minnesota, but also for accommodating a silly request I made via FB Messenger (which I sent with zero expectations for a response) to welcome my boyfriend back to his home state with a playful note from his favorite DC character. Walking into our room for the first time to a personalized message from the one and only The Flash was such a fun way to start our vacation, and I cannot thank the staff enough for helping me put the biggest smile on his face. Thank you all so much again for going above and beyond in welcoming us to the AC Hotel! We will definitely be back.
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FromUS$151
5/531 Reviews
Came to Downtown Minneapolis for my partners Birthday. We chose Hampton because it is close to other activities we were going to do. When we were checking in Austin gave us the run down on restaurants and activities happening around the the hotel. I don't even remember mentioning it was my partners birthday. He upgraded our rooms to a Junior Suite. Beautiful room with the view of the concert arena. About 20 minutes in we get a knock on our door and we had wine, snacks and a birthday card delivered! The employee even sang Happy Birthday to us. Austin called after to check on us. We were blown away! It does not stop there. We were at the hotel for 4 nights. Each time we stopped by the desk the team would wish my partner a happy birthday. THEN they organized a birthday dinner at Capital Grill. We were nervous to walk there in the dark. The hotel arranged someone to talk us to the restaurant AND BACK! At Captial Grill they had a table ready for us in a separate area from dining room. They gave us a cake and all sang happy birthday! 5 days after we left I got an email from Austin asking how our travel was getting home and hope we enjoyed our stay. I don't expect this kind of service at a Hampton Inn! I can not express how impressed we are. We found our home away from home. ♥️ Thank you Austin Thull and the hotel staff. We will never forget this and can not wait to visit again!
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FromUS$146
4.8/533 Reviews
Stayed here one-night for a short notice trip and found it to be well-run hotel. I'm a Marriott Rewards Platinum member so I feel I know there products well. Checking in was swift and friendly. Parking was $25 a night, but it's in a city so that's not out of line. If I were doing a show at the Guthrie Theater or game at US Bank Stadium it's in a primo location. Parking is super secure. It took me a minute or two how to get it. It appears to be a pet-friendly hotel with a food and water for dogs in the lobby. I didn't see or hear any of our canine friends during the stay. My king size bed was comfortable and the blackout shades were effective. I was on the fifth floor and there was some traffic noise, but not enough to keep me awake. I used the laundry room on the fifth floor and the vending machine was out of the detergent, but I called the front desk and they gave me some for free. I got a $25 breakfast voucher as part of the Platinum Rewards. The $12 breakfast bowl was OK, but definitely better than the complimentary offerings at most Fairfield Inns. It was a bowl of potatoes (could have been cooked more), cheese, bacon and choice of poached or scrambled eggs topped with scallions. I like how this place has gotten rid of this small hateful bottle and placed shampoo/soap dispensers in the shower I would stay here again.
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FromUS$119
5/531 Reviews
Pros Great front desk staff. Part of Marriott so can get points. Nice parking to the west of the property. Can walk to US Bank from the hotel. An overhead enclosed walkway is only about one block west of hotel. Guthrie Theatre is about 3 blocks away. Has fridge, stove, sink, separate lounge area with 2nd TV. Firm bed top. Nice closet with safe. Cons There are two Residence Inn at Depot. This is for the one at 425 2nd Street. They are connected and separate check in etc. Beds are too high and will be hard to get into for shorter seniors or those not so nimble.
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FromUS$169
4.7/531 Reviews
we have stayed at this location many times over the past five years, great service during Covid Thanksgiving. Staff Cathy, David and Dane exceeded our expectations for accommodating us for a Virtual Graduation. The Strategy room was the perfect size with a huge screen and the catered food and beverages were delicious. Hotel front desk staff were professional and welcoming. all of our family and guests enjoyed the graduation.
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FromUS$111
4.1/545 Reviews
I’m so happy to be here at the Millennium Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota downtown. It’s a great place to take a vacation or just a time-out and get away from all the stress and anxiety life brings to you. The best is the location of the hotel it’s rite on Nicollet mall downtown and is located rite in the heart of the dining seen and shopping district wonderful place to stay.
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FromUS$96
3.2/531 Reviews
This hotel is in a great location in the heart of downtown. It is super quiet and very classy. I was upgraded to a 1 bedroom suite which was updated and huge. Customer service was wonderful during my two day stay. Only two small quibbles were with the bathroom. It’s been a long time since I stayed in an upscale hotel and had a tub instead of a walk-in shower. So that was a little odd. Also the toilet is the lowest I’ve ever seen in a hotel bathroom. Maybe 18 inches off the floor. So I heard lots of complaints from my wife and daughters about that. But otherwise nice place and I would stay here again if I was in town in the future.
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FromUS$160
4.8/532 Reviews
I stayed at this hotel while my father had medical appointments at Abbott Northwestern because it was conveniently located and had a shuttle to the hospital. What I hadn't expected was how wonderful the stay would be. The service received at the front desk and in the restaurant was excellent--attentive, friendly, helpful, personable. The most unexpected, however, was the food. Truly the best food I've ever eaten in a hotel restaurant. My breakfast was made to order, and the omelet ingredients were fresh and flavorful. The selection and freshness of items for both continental and hot breakfast were amazing. Had supper in the restaurant and thought I was eating at a classy bistro--the chicken was grilled to perfection, and the vegetables were fresh and perfectly grilled. I highly recommend this hotel if you're staying in the downtown area.
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FromUS$100
5/531 Reviews
My bf and I stayed at this hotel to go to Target center and enjoy the Minneapolis downtown. It was cold outside but the hotel is right across from Target center and it’s connected by Skyway so we didn’t need to walk outside. Restaurants were walkable distance. If you don’t want to drive, bus stops and the trains are close by! The hotel was clean and there was a small tv in the bathroom! The shower pressure was great and got hot water almost right away. My bf and I really enjoyed our stay here and would love to stay here again! Oh about parking, we parked at Mayo Clinic public parking which is located basically underground of the hotel. You can take ab elevator from the parking to ground level and you have an access to the hotel! We parked around 7:40pm on Friday and left the parking around 10:45am on Sunday and it was $46. We didn’t use my car during the stay at all. So basically $23 a day and I think it’s not bad considering the location!!
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FromUS$196
4.9/541 Reviews
Our stay at Graduate Minneapolis was absolutely fantastic. Prior to the trip I was able to communicate over text with the hotel to ask questions about our stay (like if I could have amazon packages delivered...the answer was yes!). Our plane landed in the morning, about 6 hours before check-in, and they allowed us to drop our stuff off and stored it in a closet by the front desk while we explored the local campus. Our room was ready early so we were even able to check-in early! The hotel has very unique decor and is very cozy, I've never stayed anywhere like it. It's located right off the light rail path (less than 2 minutes to the stop) making it very convenient for traveling all over Minneapolis/ St. Paul. The hotel staff was so welcoming and helpful during our entire stay. We will definitely try other Graduate hotels when we travel as well!
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FromUS$139
2.8/536 Reviews
Upon arrival there were multiple squad cars out front with several Police talking with people. A crowd were milling around outside and in the lobby. There was a notice posted on the reception desk saying that “ALL RESERVATIONS FOR TODAY HAVE BEEN CANCELLED”. Upon investigating it’s clear that there are numerous long term tenants of some kind occupying the hotel. It took over an hour on the phone with the CHOICE customer service people to get our billing sorted and attempt getting another room for the night somewhere near where we needed to be. As a Choice GOLD member this is absolutely the worst treatment I have had from this organization and in spite of COVID and all the business interruptions there were a great many better ways to have handled this recurring problem with this hotel. Very unhappy. I erred by not reading the reviews before I made this reservation, but upon reflection the bad reviews were all right and for some reason management is unwilling to solve a recurring situation.
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FromUS$68
4.4/530 Reviews
This is a difficult review to write. I understand that in a pandemic, hotels are getting crushed financially and must make adjustments to survive. But they should disclose upfront what they are doing. In this case, the Renaissance is adjacent to the Marriott Residence Inn. They are actually two sides of the same building. They have closed all public areas of the Renaissance, and you now check in and enter through the front desk of the Residence Inn, connected by a long hallway to the Renaissance. The Renaissance Depot advertises itself as being in the Milwaukee Road Depot but in fact all of those historic areas of the hotel shown on the website (such as the Great Hall) are closed, and that train station was the main reason I chose this hotel. The breakfast is a bag with an orange, a small yogurt, and an Otis Spunkmeyer wrapped muffin. None of this is disclosed on the website. Meanwhile, they are charging a higher price then the Residence Inn but with none of the amenities. The two main Renaissance elevators are closed. One small side elevator is still in use. The sign says use of the elevator is limited to one person. Luckily hotel occupancy was low, so that wasn't a big issue. The rooms were fine except there are no drawers or shelves -- just a luggage rack. There was no bath tub -- just a full-sized shower. The front desk staff were exceedingly nice. The hotel is very close to central downtown. Very convenient to the historic mills and the stone bridge.
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4.3/530 Reviews
A comfortable hotel with a comfortable price
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FromUS$157
3.8/532 Reviews
Clean, spacious room located conveniently in downtown Minneapolis. Hotel has a lovely lobby, with keycard access for lifts, accessible from the parking which gives a feeling of security. For the mornings we had hotel breakfast, it was very nice. Glad that they have gluten free bread. I must commend the standard of cleanliness at this hotel. The room felt so fresh and clean each time we got back. Housekeeping staff was also exceptionally friendly and helpful. My only comment for improvement would be the front desk staff, while not rude, not quite friendly or helpful. Our parking access failed after the first day and the lady at the front seemed bothered when we asked her to check it. One young man at the front desk also seemed rather indifferent when we inquired about where to go for breakfast. A little more warmth and friendliness at the front desk will make a big difference. We would definitely stay again on account of the room size.
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3/531 Reviews
At these prices, one cannot expect too much; but this motel seems to be in search of its identity. Marvelously located on the light rail line and close to the park, relatively easy vehicle access, and overall fairly clean. There are signs that management has made improvements, such as a brand new shower control valve in the room and a new bathroom door. Yet, the entryway is piled full of boxes and bags and lawn care tools; the light switch is filthy, the lamp shade is torn, the new bathroom door has not been finished, and the walls have been patched with the skill of a four year old. Check-in is conducted through bullet-proof glass, but the neighborhood didn't seem that bad-it may be improving since there is a major apartment complex being constructed next door. There was a fridge and microwave in the room. Bed was comfortable and clean, AC worked better than in some expensive hotels. I would probably stay here again since the flaws are mostly cosmetic.
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