A few months ago I stayed at the LeBlanc house. The Innkeeper was super nice, but she appears to be very busy (outside of her duties as in Innkeeper). I've stayed in probably 50 + B&Bs througout the Country, and I'm always amused when an Innkeeper offers to "scamble up a couple of eggs w/ bacon" for breakfast! I mean come on, I can go to any dive resturant for that! And one morning there was no one around to even serve breakfast!?
Otherwise, my stay at LeBlanc house was fine, and the cost ($90 per night + tax) was reasonable. But if you are use to - or looking for - first rate service with a touch of culinary creativity, I'd suggest looking somewhere else...or just book a hotel room...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Whether you are visiting Minneapolis for business or pleasure, LeBlanc House B&B offers a comfortable convenient place to stay with a Victorian charm and modern amenities, including wireless internet, air conditioning, en-suite bathroom with toiletries, king and queensize beds with pillowtop mattresses, and flexible breakfast times and menus to accommodate special diets. Located in Minneapolis most historic neighborhood just across the river from downtown, we are within walking distance to a variety of restaurants and shops. ... more less