I read alot of negative reviews for this property and in reviewing them, they seemed to come from a lot of older people, meaning what I would assume are over the age of 40. I am in the hospitality sales business and do a lot of work for the Starwood brand and this was the first Aloft I stayed at. It is a contemporary hotel, very cool, chic and progressive in their design scheme. I found the room to be functional. Work space for the desk, TV and bed. They offer a free complimentary bottle of water which other hotels charge $3.00 or more for 20 oz. To address some of the complaints by other guests.
Drunk people running around / doors slamming: My stay was quiet. While it was a Tuesday night and not a weekend I have no complaints about hearing doors close loudly.
No where to sit and watch tv: TV is mounted on the wall across from the foot of the bed. There is a desk chair to sit in if you choose but no other chair. Are you at a hotel to sit in the room and watch TV all day in a chaise lounge??? If so, this s not the hotel for you!
Window coverings don't offer total blackout: Again, contemporary hotel, they blackout window coverings are a roller shade with sheer over top. There is slight light leakage with the roller shade as there is with any window covering!
There is no valet parking but the garage is VERY close to park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Aloft Minneapolis is a bold new hotel featuring loft-inspired design for an easy Twin Cities stay. Stroll out our door to explore downtowns trendy Mill District, rich in history and culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aloft Minneapolis Hotel Minneapolis