First, let me say that we stayed here during the least visited time of year, winter in Minneapolis! Perhaps that is why they were so good to us. This was NOTa typical big city hotel with a gorgeous lobby and then dirty rugs in the rooms matching a well worn decor. The lobby is very modest and clean. We were greeted with large warm chocolate chip cookies and 2 current newspapers for free (USA Today and The Wall Streert Journal). On subsequent days we had a free local paper as well. The elevators are worn and the rooms were obviously not built in 2013 but everything was clean. The "rooms" are really suites with one area having a couch, desk and coffee bar. The other is a bedroom area with tv etc. All were clean and newer. The bathrooms are smallish but everything worked well meaning that the sink and tub drained adquately and with no toilet problems like we've had at other big city hotels. Electric lighting and outlests were adequate. In some places that we have stayed, we had trouble finding an outlet or the plugs have even fallen out of the wall. None of these type of situations occurred here. The bath had been updated since inception which made it sort of modernish. It takes a long time for a shower as the water saver shower head doesn't deliver enough water for a quick shower but there were no big surprises like trying to figure out how to change the water temp or getting the thing to switch from tub to shower. The bed and linens were newish and without that gray look of well aged sheets. The rugs could have used a cleaning but were not filthy. The phones and decor were all newer and clean as was the window with a view of the city. A really big plus was the free breakfast which included eggs, toast, bacon, sausage, fruit, cereal, yogurt, coffee, milk, juice etc. We have sort of gotten used to the dry donuts and boxed cereal offered at other places and this was a treat! Also each night they had coffee bar in the lobby with more of those great chocolate chip cookies. WIFI was free but we had trouble logging on. Since it was winter and were were there to visit our kids for a short stay, we did ;not even check out a pool or exercise facility and don't even know if they have them. Finally a big concern of ours when staying in a hotel is that the place is too hot for sleeping well. It did have those heavy duty quilts but we managed to have it cold enough for a good sleep.
- Also Known As:
- Doubletree Suites By Hilton Minneapolis Hotel Minneapolis
- Doubletree Suites By Hilton Minneapolis Hotel
- Doubletree Hotel Minneapolis
- Doubletree Minneapolis
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Enjoy downtown Minneapolis' only full service, all-suite hotel! Refreshed & renewed for your enjoyment, our hotel has just wrapped up a multimillion dollar renovation. All suites feature the luxurious Suite Dreams beds, in-room safes, spacious living rooms, refrigerators and microwaves. Located in the heart of the city, this hotel is walking distance to Target Field, Hennepin Theatre District, the Minneapolis Convention Center, Nicollet Mall and Target Center. Start your morning by visiting the only full service Starbucks located in a hotel in the city! Come lounge, network and cozy up by the fire in the lobby or visit our restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner. ... more less
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