Heard a lot about this hotel. I guess its location is its greatest asset, directly across the street from Target Center, and a short walk to Target Field. Other than that, there's not much to crow about. Yes, the interior is fancy and modern. There is no parking, ramp or otherwise. You must surrender your vehicle to a valet service, which is $28 per day. The room was somewhat sterile, with hardwood floor and Ikea-like furnishings, but disappointments soon became apparent: internet service is $20 per day (!), the large flatscreen TV is non-HDTV (!), there are no ice machines on any floor (!), the coffeemaker is a French-made expresso contraption with undecipherable directions for use, so we ended up ordering a pot of coffee from room service, costing $15 (!). The most-disappointing thing, however, is the noise. The rooms appear to be well soundproofed from each other, but the noise from the hallway was frequently disturbing. Granted, there was a Timberwolves game and a Twins game on the evening we stayed, but all through the night, the ruckus of returning guests would periodically wake us up, including the loud walkie-talkie of the security guard could easily be heard inside our room. Unknown why security was called to our floor at 3:15 AM. So, in closing, I guess I could say I've had more-restful nights in a Motel 6! Don't mean to slam the place, but come on, this is an expensive hotel. More is expected when one pays top dollar.