Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Minneapolis does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Millennium Minneapolis, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Minneapolis' most popular landmarks, such as Foshay Tower (0.6 km) and Basilica of St. Mary (0.8 km), 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 room service and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out 4 Bells, Blackbird, and Rincon 38, which are some wine bar that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Minneapolis Skyway System (0.8 km), Nicollet Mall (0.4 km), and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden (1.0 km) 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.
I used the hotel website to book a room for one night. Every time I moved from one page to the other my room reservation page reset. First time it changed my one night to five nights. The next time it switched dates on me. When I reset my page, chose my night and hit submit I noticed the date changed from October 22 checkin to October 21. I immediately emailed the hotel to see if they could fix the date. I got no response. I called and got a person in Canada who told me to call back in about 4 hours. I called back then and got hung up on twice when put on hold. The person I had been talking to each time essentially told me there is nothing they can do I am stuck paying for a room I cannot use. I called again the next day and was told 'nobody forced me to book a room here.'
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.
I chose this hotel largely because of the fitness center that is advertised. I called the hotel to ask about it and was told it was ready for action! I get to Minneapolis only to be told that it is under construction but I could pay $20/day to use the YWCA down the street!!!! Furthermore, the elevators are simply shabby and in desperate need of refurbishing. Finally, to add insult to injury- they charge a $50 "had" fee which goes through your credit card and does not come off until 5 business days later! Most hotels keep it in a pending state but do not allow it to go thru unless, of course, there is damage. RUN AWAY FROM HERE! There are many lovely hotels to stay at in Minneapolis but, sadly, this is NOT one of them!
Great stay near lots of attractions downtown, such as the First Avenue, a great brewery within walking distance and many restaurants. Very clean and the furnishings were obviously new. Great price for being in the downtown area. I did notice people hanging around the entrance, but they did not bother us and it was no less safe than any other U.S. city. Hotel staff were very professional.
We’ve stayed here for three nights and have no complaints. The room is clean, the wifi is great, the front desk staff have been super helpful and friendly. Having read some of the recent reviews complaining about “homeless” people hanging out around the front entrance, I was a bit nervous even after reading the hotel’s response that they are housing some displaced people. Kudos to them for participating in a program that helps people and helps the hotel stay solvent during COVID. There were occasionally a few people outside the front door, usually smoking, who I expect were participants in the program, and they never spoke or bothered me in any way. I will definitely stay here again if ever in Minneapolis.