Hyatt Regency Minneapolis is a great spot for families with children to stay. This hotel is within 10 miles of the American Swedish Institute, University of Minnesota and Stone Arch Bridge. A few other points of interest include the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and Minnesota Children’s Museum. The 4-star hotel has 533 suites, it also has a swimming pool, nearby golf course and fitness center. Hyatt Regency Minneapolis dining options include onsite restaurant and room service. Kafe 421, Keys Cafe – Nicollet Avenue and Emily’s Lebanese Delicatessen are all family-friendly restaurants that are also worth looking at and are close to the hotel.
Hyatt Hotels are located in more than 330 locations across the U.S. cities and caters to families with its Camp Hyatt programs at its destination resorts. Each Hyatt contains at least one onsite restaurant, and kids receive a welcome amenity upon checkin. To learn more about the hotels, read Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.
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I was at this hotel simply because the event I went to was at the hotel - it was convenient. My previous stays at Hyatt Hotels have been excellent to exemplary - this was not the case with this one. Arriving Friday night to check in, there was a MASSIVE queue waiting and only ONE person at the front desk. Had to wait almost an hour to be completely checked in. The staff at the restaurant was also understaffed and even during off-peak times, the wait staff did not know how to multi-task. Since there was no host/hostess, the wait staff also had to serve as the hosts - which I find bizarre for a major hotel in a downtown location. Overall, if I had a choice, I would not return here on my own free will.
We attended the Galaxy Con - this is a great place to stay with cold weather outside. We could walk along the sky walks back and forth to the convention center. Super Convenient - no need for coats to check.