I was quite disappointed by the dismal darkness in the room. I thought the window (one) would be overlooking the city as the website promised but all I could look out to was an enclosed balcony with no access. The lights had to be turned on throughout the day..another negative for me since I adore natural lighting. The air conditioning was noisy and there is nothing 'complimentary' in the room except for the internet that you can access if you become an 'intouch' member. Most hotels at this price at least have a tea and coffee maker but this hotel does not even give you bottled water for free which was very disappointing indeed. The room service has a 19% tax and 3% service charge and the 'classic eggs benedict' was not even worth all that money. However I enjoyed the bar in Six15 Room and thanked God for the good, friendly and helpful staff who made my stay tolerable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy singular style and hospitality at The Grand Hotel Minneapolis. Newly renovated, and located in the city's central business district in the heart of downtown, the hotel is connected on the skyway system to all corporate and leisure destinations. The hotel was named one of Travel + Leisure's 500 "Best Hotels in the World" and offers guests complimentary access to our 58,000 sf LifeTime Athletic Club and pool. A full service Aveda spa is also onsite for added relaxation. ... more less
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- Minneapolis Grand Hotel