Review of the Loews Minneapolis Hotel

After you call your plumber in Minneapolis, you are going to need to find a place to stay while your basement floods due to a pipe burst. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. If you are like most people, you can’t just pack up and take a last-minute vacation because you need to be out of your house for a few days. So we have come up with a list of some of the best hotels in Minneapolis that will keep you in the swing of your daily responsibilities, but will also give you a little bit of luxury, because we all deserve it at times.

The Loews Minneapolis Hotel, where to begin. I could go on and on about all the amenities before even getting to the rooms, but we will skip that for now. This is the most highly rated 4-star on this list, with over 400 reviews on Google they still have a 4.4 rating from customers. This is extremely high for a hotel with this many visitors, and should speak volumes about the guest experience. You have many options for types of rooms available, including some of the most extravagant suites I have ever seen.

If you are keen to the more luxurious side of living, then check out some of the suites options that the Loews Minneapolis Hotel offers. The first two, the Executive and Superior King Suites, are the more standard style of suites, if you want to call it that. A king bed with a sofa and pull out bed, a desk, and a 47-inch TV come in the Superior option. But in the Executive Suite you’ll get two couches, and two bathrooms that both come with massaging shower heads. Sounds fancy, right? That’s just the beginning.

The Soiree Suite is your next option, and it comes with a king bed, a huge sectional sofa, 2 47-inch TVs, and three bathrooms. Because two just won’t do, not to mention one. I also want to point out that this suite is a modest 1125 sq. ft., because why not go big? The Skybox and MVP suite offer similar features, but with only 1.5 bathrooms. So where is the upgrade? The view of Target Field is what attracts people to this room, and the open layout makes it perfect to host people before a game. So if you are looking to impress a client before a Twins game, bring them here, you won’t be disappointed.

The last three are the most over-the-top suites you will probably ever come across. The Poet, Encore, and Performer Suites are above and beyond all the rest, and they look like they are something you would only see in a movie. The Poet and Encore are essentially the same thing, with the exception of a slightly bigger bar and more floor space. All three offer the following: at least one dining room table, a living room with 47-inch TVs, a kitchen/bar area, a separate office, walk-in closets, and a room with gym equipment and cardio machines. It doesn’t even seem possible to have all of this in one hotel room, but the Loews Minneapolis Hotel found a way to make it happen, and that is why some of the biggest stars that come to town choose to stay here.