Found a bargain price for this very trendy hotel in downtown Des Moines. Amazing place with a nice bar and grill.
I will say first that the heat was difficult to control. Better to be too warm that too cold, I suppose.
My corner room had two beds and TWO BATHS, which was excellent for teaming up with a few more people. But I was traveling alone. The huge window was very nice and the desk was comfortable to work at. Lastly, the bed was extremely comfortable and all appointments were tasteful and fun.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This historic hotel, located in the heart of downtown Des Moines, Iowa is within walking distance to Wells Fargo Arena, Iowa Events Center, Civic Center of Greater Des Moines, Court Avenue restaurants and nightlife and East Village restaurants and shops. Start your day off right with a visit to Coda Coffee, located on the street level of the hotel, for freshly brewed Starbucks beverages. Then return in the evening to Coda Lounge to discover the hottest new lounge in downtown Des Moines. Don't miss the contemporary midwest cuisine and local products served in BOS restaurant, also located street level in the hotel. Additional amenities enjoyed by guests include a fitness center, indoor pool, whirlpool, complimentary airport transportation and complimentary wireless service. If you’re searching for a venue to host a romantic wedding, a business meeting or a conference, this hotel features over 12,000 square feet of function space, innovative meeting technology and a creative catering and culinary team. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Des Moines Savery Hotel Iowa
- Des Moines Renaissance