1313 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN | Directions 5540344.970751 -93.277428
Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED
Neighborhoods: Loring Park, Central
AVOID – Upon first sight the hotel seems really great?The lobby is nice the bar is great?but then you go up to the room and it is no better than any cheap motel.
Everything in my room was broken, cracked or chipped. The carpet was dirty and the bathroom was a mess. The room never felt clean.
The hotel interior is a big mish mosh of styles gone wrong?The only thing I would recommend is having drinks in the lobby bar?There is a Hyatt across the street and a Hilton close by
Very Dissapointing!!! – Hotel was needing a SERIOUS update. All their money was spent on the super small lobby. The rooms were terrible! they could have knocked off $100 off the rate per night and it still wouldn't have been a good deal! Bathrooms had mold in the sink and shower area. Sink had cracks in the fake marble counter. Everything was old and ratty! I've stayed in better Motel6's! Go to the Hilton Minneapolis for the same money and 3x the room!!!
Downtown boutique hotel that's geared toward conventioneers, but is welcoming to all. – In Short
This hotel caters to business travelers, while still featuring packages for families, shoppers, honeymooners, theatergoers and Timberwolves fans. It's linked by skyway to the nearby Minneapolis Convention Center, and its meeting facilities can accommodate up to 1,000. Standard rooms offer well-appointed furnishings and the usual standard amenities. Luxury suites have complimentary continental breakfast, local calls and in-room movies. Meeting spaces include two ballrooms and a 14th-floor venue with panoramic views of the Minneapolis skyline.
Wannabe Modern – This hotel wants to be trendy, but in all actuality they're not. The lobby and the front desk look as if they're up and coming, but once you get into a room you feel as if you're in a standard Ramada and not on some posh hotel along Nicollet. We were placed into a double queen smoking room though we reserved a deluxe non smoking king. They're were sold out that night so they placed us into the suite the foloowing night. The suite looked nice but the furniture was cheap and they missed the fine details. You'll have to pay $10/day for internet access and parking. The bathroom in the standard room was stained yellow.
I will not stay at this place nor use priceline again.
house manager – I have stayed at Millennium six times. The rooms may be small but are well appointed. The staff remembers me and I feel welcome. The hotel in conveniently located for my adventures in Minneapolis. I have found exceptional deals w/on line travel web sites.
Awful Place – I stayed at the Millennium instead of next-door Hyatt based on the recommendations posted here. What a mistake! The Millennium is in an OLD, OLD building which was slapped with a fresh coat of primer on the outside facade. The inside, however was decrepit and quite awful. The services were prompt and decent but the hotel itself needs major work. My sink had cracks and the room was smelly -- years of stale cigarette smoke soaked in the curtains, carpets, sheets, etc. This is one of the worst place I've ever stayed in. It was expensive too. I have stayed at nicer hotels in San Diego and Boston for less.
A Great Hollidazzle Hotel! – This is a perfect place to stay during the Christmas season! We chose a package which included a $25 credit which could be used either for room service or at "Nic's on Nicollet". Of course, we tried both! Our candlelight Dinner at "Nic's" was quiet and romantic with a window table which gave us just a glimpse of the Hollidazzle Parade! The food was superb and the service fantastic! Our room was on the 12th floor facing Nicollet and we had a wonderful skyline view! The only problem we encountered was one involving the pay-per-view movie which we selected and when we called the front desk they sent someone up immediately to fix it. When they found they were unable, they promptly offered to credit our bill for the charge. Overall a wonderful place to stay and a great value!
A Decent Stay – This is basically a nice hotel. I would give it three stars. However, be warned, the workout room is PATHETIC! Their standard room is smaller than, say, over at the Hilton but their housekeeping staff is very good. They're on the skywalk system, but waaaay down at the south end. It's a hike to other parts of the skywalk, still, it's better than being on the street during a thunderstorm!
I LOVE that they have free internet ports in the Martini lounge. I was able to access my work e-mail everynight. (But on Fridays get there early and bring your own patch cable.)
Great Stay! – I have a wonderful stay at the Millennium Hotel. We were there for Jazz night on Thursday. The martitis and the music were wonderful!
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