by Morgan Agesen
The name says it all – a stay at this boutique hotel, located in downtown Minneapolis, is sure to be grand. Amenities include onsite family dining at The SIX15 Room, a complimentary yoga mat in every room, free Wi-Fi for Kimpton Karma Rewards members, hosted evening wine reception, complimentary morning coffee in the lobby, complimentary bicycle program to explore the ins and outs of the city, a lap pool, and laundry service. This hotel is pet-friendly, as well. Rooms feature “Forgot It? We’ve Got It!” essential travel items, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, and complimentary turndown service.
Our Editor Loves
- Onsite family dining
- Laundry service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
The place is under construction, so the pictures that you see are false advertisement. Parking is at another hotel across the street for 41 dollars a night. No microwave in your room or even a coffee maker. You have to go downstairs to get coffee only in the morning. The continental breakfast is a joke and not a real breakfast. The fruit and salmon was dry, not enough plates or bowls for 16.95. We went and stayed at another hotel close to the airport and mall which was way cheaper and had every amenity you can imagine. Hands down, dont even bother until they upgrade everything. Oh and I left out you have to call for ice in your room.
I’d be embarrassed to charge the prices they do for what you receive. There was a certain amount of expectation I had for the Hyatt name, no more. I will try to avoid all Hyatt hotels in future.
Bottle of water in room is $7. WiFi is $13 a day. Coffee is in lobby only and only in the morning. Only most basic amenities are met in bathroom (soap, shampoo, body lotion, conditioner). Shower was messed up - on and off are switched and so are the hot and cold. The faucet in shower leaked. The entire place feels musty and in bad need of updates. Staff insisted on emailing me my receipt upon checkout, which I never received. However I get plenty of Hyatt spam now. Very disappointed