The room itself is very nice, but the noise that came from the hallway and the street made for a poor night's sleep. I've stayed in dozens of hotels and this was one of the worst for sound proofing.
The sink is in the main part of the room, rather than with the toilet/shower, which I dislike unless I am the only one staying in the room. Parking is $15 for self park, though it is in a heated garage.
Internet is $9.95; I have a hard time understanding why one and two star hotels offer free Internet, yet better hotels charge for it.
On the plus side, the room was spacious and comfortable with a nice black-out shade. I stayed here because I went to a meeting held there. If you have to stay at this hotel, ask for a room on an upper floor near the end of the hallway.
- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Minneapolis
- The Depot Minneapolis Renaissance Hotel
- Minneapolis Renaissance
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This luxury full service historic hotel is a renovated train depot and is located in downtown Minneapolis River Front District close to Nicollet Mall, popular local dining, the Metrodome, and beautiful walking trails along the Mississippi River and Stone Arch Bridge. Enjoy the unique charm of this Renaissance Hotel and dine at Charley's Grill or relax in the Stone Arch Lounge. Seasonal indoor ice rink and year round water park attached. additional fees apply. ... more less
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