Firstly, rooms top rate. Large spacious. Also the amenities are very good as are the staff.
Only minor criticisms:
Breakfast, basic and repetitive if you stay there for more than three days. Good though.
They do a nice evening cooked snack/meal free of charge. But only the Monday Tuesdays and Wednesdays. It was not available Thursday when I needed it. However there are several good cheap restaurants close by at 5 minutes walk.
If you are a light sleeper make sure you turn off the air temperature control at night. Can be noisy when it switches on at 3 am .
Overall, 9/10. Would stay there again as felt "much more at liberty" in my room with kitchen, unlike normal hotels
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are excited to announce Plymouth Minnesota's newest hotel that opened April, 2008. Plymouth, MN was recently named the #1 Best US City to live in by Money Magazine! The Residence Inn Minneapolis Plymouth is the only all-suite extended stay hotel in Plymouth. The Residence Inn offers full kitchens with separate living and sleeping areas that include all of the comforts of home including flat screen TV's, desktop I Pod base with speakers, wired and wireless internet, granite counters, stainless steel appliances. Monday-Wednesday a complimentary light evening meal, and complimentary breakfast seven days a week. ... more less
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