My reservation at Aloft Minneapolis was arranged for me by an organization, and it was my first exposure to Aloft.
Aloft Minneapolis gets my high marks for friendly, efficient service; cleanliness; quiet; design and thoughtfulness. Nice to have a gym available and generous lounge space. And free WiFi. There's no restaurant or cafe, but having that Re:Fuel area in the lobby, where you can pick up sandwiches, yogurt, croissants, beverages and the like, was a lifesaver for me. And the staff was very helpful. Just a few notes on the downside: If you like a large room, forget it, but it was adequate for my needs. If you need a large closet, don't laugh: The so-called "closet" is a shallow space with a maybe four-inch "rack" that slopes towards you from the back of the "closet" and has a few notches to accommodate and hold about four or five wooden hangers. It's a joke. If I had had to stay there any longer than three nights, I don't know where I would have been able to hang my clothes. I took a photo of this to share with my wife but, unfortunately, I've since deleted it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Aloft Minneapolis is a bold new hotel featuring loft-inspired design for an easy Twin Cities stay. Stroll out our door to explore downtowns trendy Mill District, rich in history and culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aloft Minneapolis Hotel Minneapolis