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Best Western Kelly Inn in Minneapolis, MN

Best Western Kelly Inn in Minneapolis, MN

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Our Prime Amenities Like Convention And Banquet Facilities, A Pool And A Play Land Draw Families From Around The Country. Want Even More Play On Your Vacation? The Plymouth Playhouse Theatre Is Located On Site.

A Great Restaurant And Lounge, The Green Mill, Serves Up Delectable Cuisine. Guests Of This Plymouth Hotel Don'T Have To Worry About Breakfast. The Most Important Meal Of The Day Is On Us. You Deserve To Kick The Morning Off In Style.

The Plymouth Ice Center Is Also Nearby For Guests Who Are Itching To Hit The Ice. The Medina Ballroom Hosts Numerous Special Events So If You'Re In Town For A Wedding Or Other Festivities, You Don'T Need To Travel Far. Of Course, Guests Of This Plymouth Hotel Who Are Craving To Paint The Town Red Aren'T Far From Downtown Minneapolis. The Target Center, Target Field, Metrodome And Tcf Field Are Calling You.

Business Travelers Are In Need Of A Little Pampering. We Welcome Employees Of Polaris Industries, Nuaire, Verizon Wireless And Daiken Mcquay International To Name Just A Few.  

Easy Freeway Access, Abundant Free Parking, And A New Breakfast Room With More Options Are Just A Few Of The Perks. Make The Easy Choice Of This Plymouth Hotel And Rest Assured You'Re Every Needs Will Be Taken Care Of.

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Rating: 2.43

Address: 2705 Annapolis Ln N, Minneapolis, MN, 55441

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    Comments (7):

    1. Irish R.
    Have stayed here with little kids, and it's a safe bet. Free breakfast is good enough, staff are friendly and pool/wading pool is SUPER-kid friendly (at least for kids less than 12). Found it's a bit away from any main attractions though...

    13/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Christopher N.
    This hotel is right next to the expressway that cuts thru St. Paul.  The road the hotel is on is actually the service drive for the expressway and there was trash everywhere stuck in the fence along the road clearly visible when you get out of your car to check into the hotel, not a good first impression of the hotel.  I know they have a grounds crew that cleans up their parking lot I might suggest that they take the initiative to tidy up the road their hotel resides on even though its not technically their responsibility.  

    Upon arrival they informed us that there was no hot water due to too many guests showering at the same time.  There was water temperature issues the entire duration of our stay.  We were assigned a room directly next to the elevator so we enjoyed the vibrations and hum of the elevator for our entire stay.  Hotel was 100% booked so we had no chance of swapping rooms.  I guess the old saying still holds true that you get what you pay for.

    15/11/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    3. A M.
    Very nice hotel. I used the location for a training seminar. The staff is very friendly. They have a nice pool for family to use. Its very conveniently located to the expressway. They also have a theather for music or other shows.

    31/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    4. Jess F.
    On a road trip from Michigan to North Dakota, we used Priceline four times to negotiate a room for the night.  We had three hits and a miss.  This was the miss.

    First, the good:  The bed was comfortable and, mercifully, we were put in a room away from the pool area and it was very quiet, not even road noise.

    Priceline gives this hotel its 3-star ranking.  I'm not sure how they snuck in, but it doesn't appear to qualify.  It is an old hotel -with surface efforts to update, which is appreciated- but there are some functional snags.  

    The not-so-good: We had a problem with the sink not draining and the toilet not flushing.  We were given what appeared to be a barrier-free room (barrier-free shower instead of tub), I'm assuming because that's what was available at a discounted rate.  Unfortunately, it was a small room to begin with and since it had evidently been converted at some point to make it "barrier-free", the closet had been removed.  To compensate for this, a large armoire had been placed awkwardly in front of the window, making it dark (and nearly impossible to maneuver a wheelchair around the bed if you actually needed to do so).  Even without that armoire,  the room was too small to accomodate a sitting area, as pictured online for their standard room.  Overall, the layout was too cramped and awkward to be comfortable for more than a quick sleep.

    A note to coffee drinkers: I'm not that big of a coffee snob, in fact I drank the coffee at our hotel this morning, but the complimentary coffee here was bottom of the barrel.  We couldn't drink it.  Plan accordingly!

    I feel we got what we paid for and not a penny more - a discount room at a discount rate.  I wouldn't have paid the regular rate to stay here.

    21/11/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Lisa T.
    We stayed here for one night for our daughter's 5th birthday.  I chose the hotel because of the good price we were offered on Kayak.com and the children's pool area--it fit the bill for what we were looking for.

    The good:
    -the kiddie pool
    -the continental breakfast (excellent)
    -the lobby area with fireplace
    -the friendly employee who checked us in at the front desk
    -that we were allowed to use the conference room for pizza and cake, and the staff was super accommodating and helpful with this

    The bad:
    -the person I called at the front desk after I made my reservation was rude and demeaning and made us feel rather unwelcome (but all other employees after that were wonderful!)

    -they have a strict policy that you can only have 4 visitors per room (like for a party), and they don't tell you this on the reservation website

    -the air is stuffy inside and out--smells like car exhaust from the highway which is right outside

    -windows in room was old and junky and hard to open for fresh air

    -the decor (except the lobby, which is lovely) s very outdated and feels dingy and dirty--not a luxurious feel at all.  

    -the ceilings are super low and feels claustrophobic

    -the layout of the hotel is odd and it's hard to find your way around--not a central feeling

    -the mattresses are old and sag in the middle

    -the bathrooms are very small and awkward

    -our room (two double beds) was small and the beds were small and not good

    All in all, an ok hotel, but I will not visit again.  I would rather pay more to have a more pleasant experience and stay in a place with more updates and a luxurious feel.  I am kind of picky about the aesthetics of hotels, so if this doesn't matter to you, this place would be fine.

    15/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. Mark A.
    This hotel didn't quite cut it for me, but then again, I do have high standards when it comes to hotels, because comfort in where I'm staying is huge. Overall, I would not stay here again.

    The hotel has all of the basic amenities including a fridge and a microwave, and there were no problems with the service.

    When I first walked in and took my shoes off, I could feel my feet sticking to the carpet when I walked and it grossed me out to the extreme. The carpet is this old, very thin piece of fabric that looks like it was ironed over too many times with sheen damage. It also did not lay flat in some areas, creating these ripples in the carpet.

    I felt the bed was a little on the firm side. The bathroom had a decent shower: OK water pressure and a semi-circle shower curtain that gives you more moving room. The soaps offered felt and smelled cheap and unglamorous. The fridge was too cold even on a very low setting and ended up freezing all my gatorades.

    10/05/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    7. Tim B.
    It's a decent hotel, nothing too special really.

    I'd have preferred a thicker wall -- neighbors must'a been on a honeymoon. But oh well, I guess it wasn't that bad for the price.

    Although I'm mildly concerned about the water-park style pool area and numerous conference rooms of varying size all under the same roof. Not that I've witnessed it, but I have visions of unruly kids, dripping in water, terrorizing business guests in lobby areas.

    06/03/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0