Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Minneapolis does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Millennium Minneapolis, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to some of Minneapolis' most popular landmarks, such as Foshay Tower (0.4 mi) and Basilica of St. Mary (0.5 mi), Millennium Minneapolis is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and Millennium Minneapolis makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge and room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Betty Danger's Country Club, MAYA Cuisine, and Barrio, which are some Mexican restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Minneapolis Skyway System (0.5 mi), Nicollet Mall (0.2 mi), and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Millennium Minneapolis.
Millennium Minneapolis looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Minneapolis.
On Friday May 21 the two girls on the night shift at 8pm were so rude and uncaring. They have a buzzer and when pushed they said " you cannnot come into lobby UNTIL you make a reservation. Not please make a reservation on OUR website. So we made a reservation on Priceline and entered the lobby. Us and three other couples.At check in one of the female staff said " oh we cant take your debit card for 100$ damage deposit because your name is not on it.This was the card we just put 350 on to get into hotel. I had 400 in cash in my pocket and they refused to take any cash for deposit or room. Two other multi racial couples were in same boat in the 15 minutes we scrambled to find a place to stay. We all paid a third party to get in.lobby only to find out we had been scammed. The two girls kept saying..."you booked with tjird oarty call them!" So we all had to wait the 3 days it takes to process a refund from third party and into the night. One lady said as we were leaving , this would never happen to me because I am in the industry and am smart! Fire both Satinas.…
I was very disappointed in this motel/hotel. When we arrived I was concerned about people standing around the entrance. Come to find out these were homeless people. I also found out that this hotel participates in a shelter type program. The room decor was decent, however I found stains on the sheets that was disgusting to say the least. Had I known this, I surely would have chosen another location. Lastly, parking is absolutely pathetic, horrible, unsafe, embarrassment to a all 4-star hotels. Do not stay here. I know some PR person will respond to this review, but trust me they are cheap for a reason.
First of all, the entrance was full of smokers and just dodgy looking people. There were people making noise until 2 am. The rooms were a little dusty for my liking. Please don't stay here if you want a good night's stay. This felt more like a motel than a hotel.
I booked this hotel for a peaceful night sleep. Little did I know this hotel is housing people in need. That is wonderful, but it's hard when you show up to the hotel and the lobby, front entrance is full of people hanging out. I'm not a prude, but I felt uncomfortable with men cat calling me while checking in, going to my car, etc. Also, I'm surprised this hotel is considered a 4 star. The carpets are filthy, the elevator is filthy and rundown. The room was just OK. The bathtub was dirty. I would NOT recommend staying here.
I arrived at the Millennium Minneapolis via Uber and was immediately helped by a gentleman I assumed to be my bellhop. I followed him in the lobby only to witness him being shooed by security for interfering with hotel operations. Later in the day he approached me outside to forcibly demand compensation for his efforts. Security later informed me that the hotel has taken a contract with the county to shelter the spillover from the homeless shelters, which has made things rather dramatic to say the least. Drama like 3+ ambulance visits a day, at least 2 overdoses during my week and a half stay and a drunk bloody man being tackled in the elevator upon his failed attempt to go to a guest floor. Overall my stay was entertaining at best, concerning at worst and overall grossly overpriced. Do not stay here till they make some serious changes!…