The Hotel Ivy has gone through multiple owners and near bankruptcy, and is now under the badge of The Luxury Collection for Starwoods/Sheraton. I found the hotel a bit worn, but with competent staff and gracious decor. My room had double queen beds and a large bath with separate shower. There is an on-site restaurant with a limited menu for dining -- something a solo traveler might appreciate. Be prepared to pay more for everything in the hotel, however. Nothing is included in the stay -- wifi or parking, for instance. A simple cheese plate and a glass of wine plus tip was $42. This is more than what one would expect in other restaurants in this area of Minneapolis. I toured the Ivy Spa, and overheard a customer paying $130 for a manicure -- not something many of us would even consider. If you book outside of the Sheraton website (I booked through Priceline), be prepared for a lack of flexibility in terms of requests -- I had asked for a king bedroom, but had to take what they gave me, even though I am a SPG member. The best representative for the hotel was the doorman Joseph -- a kind and engaging man with a good sense of culture!
- Also Known As:
- Ivy Hotel Minneapolis
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, the skyway-connected Hotel Ivy hotel is conveniently located next to Orchestra Hall, the Nicollet Mall area and the Convention Centre. ... more less
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