Nice accommodations in a fair neighborhood.. The Scene It's hard to associate the name Hilton with strip malls, Burger Kings and Dairy Queens. But while this particular member of the upscale chain can hardly be likened to its fast food neighbors, the lower-end Garden Inn concept is designed for less than luxurious stays. The majority of guests check in here for the convenient location between the Twin Cities.
The Details The hotel opened in 1998. While it has a budget feel about it, the Hilton touch is still in evidence. Immaculate guest rooms feature ceilings that are higher than usual, and the use of in-room Sony Playstations is complimentary. The business center is comprehensive, but the pool and fitness center are adequate, at best. An on-site restaurant serves standard American cuisine.