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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
Last May when we were on our way to Montana from NYC but missed our connecting flight and left stranded in Minneapolis, we parked ourselves at Le Meridien Chambers for the night and landed us a Penthouse Suite. Sure, we didn't need the extra space since we were only there overnight, but we did want a balcony and this was the room offered. Too tired to inquire further, we happily obliged. Le Meridien Chambers gave off a boutique hotel feel when we strolled in. The lobby was long and narrow with the reception desk by the entrance. Other than that, there were only a set of elevators to take you up to various floors. While we waited for the elevator to arrive, we found out past five minutes later - it never arrived. Odd. We had to hail down the guy from reception for help, and afterward, we were on our way to the top floor. The Penthouse Suite was immaculate! Extremely spacious with modern interior design through and through, a long dining table to boot, a sizeable living room space that felt like a page out of a design magazine, and a giant wraparound balcony facing the famous Orpheum Theater across the street and the busy nightlife down yonder. We were in the hub of it all! Unfortunately we didn't have time to explore further the next day or dine here, as we had to catch our connecting flight first thing in the morning. It absolutely felt extremely luxurious to stay here for just one night, but having experienced the Penthouse - I wouldn't hesitate revisiting Le Chambers Meridien if we find ourselves in Minneapolis again.
Kiki L - New York City, New York
Stayed the weekend here and enjoyed everything about it. Room was big, staff was great, and bed were comfortable. I really liked the smaller hotel size as it felt more like home (away) from home. Thank you to everyone there for such great service you made the weekend extra special.
Tim C - Frisco, Texas
A very nice hotel lobby, room and bathroom and good location. But, The noise from the heating system throughout the entire night woke me every hour. This room should not be used. Itâ€™s unfair to guests to have to stay in that room. The person at the front desk apologized and didnâ€™t charge me for the candy I from my minibar but they should of given me the room for free. Unfortunately, I wonâ€™t stay at this hotel again.
We spent three nights in this cool hotel and were pretty glad we did. The property is kept neat and clean and the staff are friendly and helpful. The number one reason to stay there though would be the location. It is extremely close to theatres, restaurants and bars and also very close to Target Field and Target Centre. The train isn't too far away either. Highly recommend!
This is my second stay. Acquired a fabulously low price in this downtown hotel in mid-December. The hotel's art is very contemporary and interesting. Rooms are well - appointed with a small fridge, desk, couch, modern sink...The warmed bathroom floor tiles are to die for. The difficult-to-push toilet flush handle is not. To get Lyft or Uber for transportation, turn off the wi fi on your phone first or set your phone up for the lobby wifi. Walking distance to the Nicollett Mall. Staff are friendly and helpful.
HereWeGo282 - Albany, California