I recently returned from a week's stay in the Graves 601. I was in town on business, and my company gets a corporate rate from the Graves so I thought this would be a cool place to check out. The service here is definitely second-to-none. From the second you walk in, you are greeted by a very friendly doorman, and the front desk will very happily accommodate your needs. In fact, there is no ice maker accessible by the hotel guests, instead you just call down and they deliver it to your room--the longest I ever waited for this was maybe 2-3 minutes. The beds were comfortable, my only complaint is that one night it was difficult to sleep because a Timberwolves game had just gotten over and the noise from the street traffic is fairly loud. The main reason I say this place is good but not great is because there really isn't anything special about it--the room is a very average size and some of the furniture shows signs of wear and tear. The decor is very chic but also seems to be hastily assembled. Some of my favorite things about this place were the very large main TV, the TV in the bathroom, the lounger in the corner, and the very comfortable bedding. I think this hotel would be better for a weekend getaway for a couple than it would for a week-long business trip. I will be back in Minneapolis in June and I would say there is a 50/50 chance I will choose this hotel again.