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.
No one at check-in explained to ANYONE how to work the elevators with your room key. The elevators were full of people just riding up & down until they happened to land on their floor. The TV in our first room had no remote. Even without it, the TV didn't work. The phone only worked on speaker. The fridge is so small it's basically pointless. Also there are no microwaves to warm up anything you might put in the fridge, so what's the point. The website said there was grab & go breakfast since the restaurant was closed. I saw nothing. There was no effort to salt/clear the icy/snowy areas of the parking garage. With the whole parking situation being as poor as it was to start with, you'd think this would be a priority. There appeared to be only three luggage carts for the entire hotel. Grossly under what should be provided especially on a busy checkout day such as a Sunday. To avoid checking out late and getting charged, we couldn't wait around for a cart. My husband had to make 4 separate trips from the 12th floor to our car in the disaster of a parking garage with our belongings bc of the lack of carts and I am recovering from an injury. I think it's pretty ridiculous that your hotel is the one inconveniencing guests with the parking garage reno mess but won't reimburse for anyone who cannot find a spot there and has to park elsewhere nearby. ESPECIALLY when the top floor was nearly inaccessible due to all the ice that no one did anything about. The hotel furniture was some of the shabbiest, beat up stuff I've ever seen. Also, how does Housekeeping put linens on inside out and backwards and not replenish towels or toilet paper? It happened with both rooms. We had so many inconveniences. I hated this place.…
This property was right downtown. Parking was included in the price. The Millennium meet expectations was a 3.5 star property. The WiFi, coffee maker, and room all meet expectations. The property was connected to the skyway, a system of walkways that connects downtown buildings.
Older property, but very well maintained. Had stayed at the Millennium Minneapolis, when I was back in Mpls, to see family, for both Thxgiving and X-mas; I had stayed at the Millennium for both visits. Prior to my Thxgiving visit, it had been years, since I had last stayed at the property. In fact, the last time I had stayed at this property, prior to my Thxgiving visit, this hotel was a Holiday Inn, so for those of you that are familiar with this property, that gives you an idea on how long it had been, since I had last stayed at this particular property. That said, I usually stay at the major chain hotels, like Holiday Inn, Hilton, Hyatt and Marriott, because I always know what I will be getting, when I stay at one of the chain hotels; there are no surprises, and admittedly, surprises is not something that I really do not handle well, since they are typically not the good kind of surprises. Anyway, I was pleasant surprised with the Millennium Minneapolis and I will definitely return. One final note, I would like to specifically commend the Dir of Rooms; I forget his name, but he had assisted me, during both my Thxgiving and X-mas visits, and he was extremely polite and professional; he's definitely an asset to Millennium Minneapolis.…
I wish I could give this place a million stars, the prices was perfect, especially with it being the Winter Classic. All of the staff was SO accommodating, and friendly and made sure our group all had rooms on the same floor. The rooms were spotless and the sheets clean and the view!! The view made the room! So happy we chose to stay here ☺️
My overall stay was well worth it. Nice room,staff and close to different transportation. My only wish was they had someway to reheat leftovers in the room. Never the less,I would definitely stay here again in the future👍