October 28, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota
The luxury boutique hotel Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis is truly a masterpiece, where form follows function in a most unconventional way. Housed in a pair of landmark revival buildings, the hotel is a member of the prestigious Leading Small Hotels of the World. The rooms are bathed in natural light and have a decidedly streamlined style with modish appointments, a monochromatic color scheme, splashes of contemporary art, and bathrooms with a flair for the futuristic. Featherbeds, sumptuous linens, and heated floors - plus the added convenience of complimentary wireless internet access - give an added boost to an already luxurious experience.
D'Amico Kitchen, the hotel's signature trattoria, is all about communal dining and the sharing of plates with more than 24 antipasti dishes, an assortment of pastas and entrées, plus a worldly list of wines. Eden, the outdoor lounge, is a bit edgy with its glass fire pit, cabanas, pool table and bar - which resembles an ice sculpture. You can visit Minneapolis' many museums, but your best lesson in modern art begins at the hotel, where more than 200 original pieces grace the wall of both guest rooms and the imaginative public spaces. Additional artwork and rotating exhibits can be found inside the Burnet Gallery, also located on the premises. After a long night, request a mid-morning massage administered by a professional therapist within the confines of your room, or hit up the 24-hour fitness center for a fresh workout. As the city's only boutique hotel, Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis has really started a hospitality revolution in America's heartland.
Location of Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis
Nearest Airport: MSP
Amenities for Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis
- General Information
- 60 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Art Collection
- In-Room Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Heated Floors
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- Meeting Rooms
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Le Meridien Chambers Minneapolis
We stayed for a few days back in April and I could not be happier with this hotel. It is located at the heart of the city within easy walking distance to theaters and some of the best restaurants in the city. The room was huge, in fact I'm sure it was larger then my first apartment. The bed was comfortable and most importantly it was quiet, we never heard another guest. The whole place has an art studio vibe with a modern smart feel. I can say that everyone from the valet to the front desk the staff was very friendly and helpful. I would also recommend you try Mercy, the restaurant in the hotel, it's fabulous. If you are planning a trip to Minneapolis and are looking for a perfect stay then book this hotel, you will not be disappointed.
Matt S - Chicago, Illinois
When we tried to check-in at 9:50 PM we were told that there was a room for me but not for the other person I was traveling with. He had to go to the W. Apparently this hotel is more prone to overbooking than others. Also, it styles itself as a "Luxury Hotel". It certainly charges luxury prices but it is far from a luxury hotel. A luxury hotel does not stop room service at 10:00 PM. A luxury hotel does not have dirty carpets. A luxury hotel does not run out of capsules for the in-room coffee maker. A luxury hotel does not put the in-room safe on the floor of the closet, requiring people to be at floor level to use it. A luxury hotel does not say that the restaurant would open for breakfast at 6:30 AM and only open at 6:55 AM. Most importantly, a luxury hotel does not have a staff that appears to be resigned and put upon from not having enough resources and having to deal with disgruntled guests. Apparently the hotel is going to be renovated starting in November so that might help on facilities side. I have fond memories from earlier stays at Le Meridien hotels in different parts of the world - in those days, they had a certain cachet. Based on this stay, and my last two in New York, the brand is going downhill.
zwary - Los Altos, California
The location is convenient. A public parking ramp is on the same block and not too expensive. The staff is very friendly; I don't think I had an encounter with staff where they didn't have something nice to say. The room was clean and the bed was comfy. I especially liked the overhead shower feature. The room coffee maker is actually espresso. The view from the room wasn't spectacular (just an alley where you could look to the right and see Hennepin Ave.), but the windows are big and allow plenty of natural light.
Friendly and helpful checkin. When I asked if there was somewhere to print my boarding pass, the clerk printed it out for me as I checked in. The room was large, the walk-in shower was great, and the bed comfortable. The only drawback was that I could hear water running through the pipes when someone in another room took an early-morning shower. The restaurant was also really not set up for a quick breakfast. I ate at the airport.
Markphmnh - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
In the middle of downtown can get anywhere you need to be whether walking or public transport.. also free bike use if you are up for it.. superb staff highly recommended and if I'm ever lucky enough to get back this way this is my place to stay..
mjn44 - Peacehaven, United Kingdom