Hotels >Northland Inn
A popular convention hotel in Minneapolis' northwest suburbs..
Located just off the interstate, this hotel attracts business and leisure travelers in equal numbers. Guests can enjoy taking a dip in the pool or working out after a day of sightseeing. The 33,000-square-feet of conference space, including a 138-seat amphitheater, draw the executive crowds.
Guest rooms are some of the most spacious in the upper Midwest. Traditional decor features honey maple furnishings, large work desks with leather executive chairs and oversized whirlpool baths. In the morning, freshly brewed coffee or tea and the Star Tribune are delivered right to your door. Each of the suites surrounds an 8-story atrium and overlooks America's Harvest restaurant and Atrium Lounge.
it was ok. Well...this hotel is luxurious and nice, there are WAY too many rules! We got yelled at for absolutly everything. So our stay wasn't much fun...
Wonderful. Bought one of the small rooms got a free upgrade to the VIP room, room service was excellent, ammenties wonderful. Seriously impressed my girlfriend, which was my desire of course. Great for a romantic night out.
Love the room. We loved staying here! There was a whirlpool in our room which we used immediately. The dinner in America's Harvest was exquisite and the room was spacious. We will be going there again.
Better Suited For Business Than Romance. I chose the Northland Inn for a little get-away for my wife and me based on its truly impressive atrium. Silly me, I shoulda asked to see a room. Not to say they're uncomfortable, but they're certainly NOT romantic. The three-room suite is (in order from the door): Room 1 - hideaway sofa "romantically" situated in front of an unimpressive TV; Room 2 - a conference table (yup, that's it); Room 3 - a spartanly appointed bedroom. I'm tellin' ya, there's not much to "set the mood". The jaccuzzi tubs are more utilitarian than charming, and the choco-cherries in our "Romance Package" were completely inedible. Again, probably great for the business traveler, but not for your inner Don Juan. (I should also mention they screwed up our reservation and charged us for a 3-room suite but put us in a 2-room'er. Still waiting for the refund... 4 years later.)
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