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1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN
  • We took the light rail train directly from the airport to downtown Minneapolis which cost 1.75 cents
  • I highly recommend the Hyatt downtown Minneapolis due to the great location, amenities and the outstanding hospitality they show even when booking a cheap Priceline rate

    • by flygirl
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      In April 2010 I got a room at the Hyatt in downtown Minneapolis for 45 dollars a night on a Priceline bid. I immediately sent an email to the hotel via the Hyatt website requesting a non-smoking, king, high-floor with downtown view room with early check-in. I received a reply from the Hyatt concierge stating that they would note all of my requests but could not guarantee them. Upon check-in I was shocked that all of the requests that I made were met, despite only paying a 45.00 a night Priceline rate.

      The view of downtown Minneapolis from


      the 20th floor was beautiful. The room was clean and contained the usual amenities found in most hotels these days: shampoo, soaps, coffee maker. The king sized bed was very comfy with a white, down comforter and extra pillows.

      The hotel has three restaurants on site: Manny’s Steak House and Oceanaire - which are both fine dining establishments along with the more casual Taxxi restaurant located on the first floor. There is also a nice sport’s bar on the main floor, Spike’s, which also serves a full-sized menu.

      There is an indoor swimming pool located on the fourth floor as well ...


      • as a health club/spa which has a separate fee.

        The location is excellent. It is located on the south side of downtown Minneapolis, right on the edge of where the “Eat Street” section of Minneapolis begins. Eat Street is the stretch south of downtown that has a diverse selection of ethnic restaurants: Mexican, Middle Eastern, Asian and Indian. The Hyatt is also a short walk to Loring Park and the Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Gardens and only one block from Orchestra Hall.

        There is a bus stop located right in front of the hotel as well

        as a taxi stand. We took the light rail train directly from the airport to downtown Minneapolis which cost 1.75 cents. From there we walked the eight blocks to the Hyatt, but you can also just catch a bus right on Nicollet Mall near the light rail stop. It costs just 50 cents if you are riding only within the downtown areas and some busses marked “free ride” cost nothing to transverse along Nicollet Mall downtown.

        I highly recommend the Hyatt downtown Minneapolis due to the great location, amenities and the outstanding hospitality they show even when booking a cheap Priceline rate.




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