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Company Info: Rating: 3.73
Address: 7025 Northland Dr N, Minneapolis, MN, 55428
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1. Lewis R.
My stay there was eight years ago, so I don't know how much has changed. However, my stay was excellent! I took my lady up to Minneapolis for her birthday; she and I loved our stay at the Inn. The service was A-1 and all the amenities I requested were in place upon my arrival. The breakfast was awesome and all other aspects were top notch.
The only reason I won't give them a FIVE, is because I stayed so long ago.
11/10/08 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
2. Maitiú J.
Stayed here recently for a conference. The hotel is very nice, and well looked after. Our room was located on the 8th floor. The openness of the centre area of the hotel was quite nice. Our suite consisted of the den area, bathroom, and a nice bedroom. There were two flat screen TV's. The room was clean, and had central air. It was also very quit as we could not hear anything from any other rooms which is always nice. The bathroom was large and bright. My only complaint there was the shower was lacking water pressure and was not fully enclosed. As far as a conference/convention centre, this place was great. They have a ton of room. I'm already looking forward to going back next year. The catering they did was great as well. My only other complaint is that you have to pay for wi-fi.
14/03/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
3. Prachee M.
This review is based on my experience at a conference I attended recently. The space was very suitable for the conference, with spacious areas for checking in, vendor displays, and good-sized breakout rooms (to seat about 30-40 people) on two floors. Plenty of parking, and easy on-off highway 94.
The lunch set-up was particularly nice with a lot of separate areas and different stations in two different places, preventing long wait times. Hotel staff were around and visible and very helpful.
11/10/10 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
4. Amy R.
I barely ever make it out to this neck of the woods, but I figured it was my turn to drive out to meet my friend who lived closer to Northland.
We met for their Sunday brunch. The inside of hotel and breakfast set up reminded me a lot of Embassy Suites set- up.
Excellent choices for brunch and a good variety of breakfast fare. The spread was quite nice and looked the food was fresh.
Waffles, made to order omelettes, salads, meats, cheeses, fruit etc.
I was impressed by what they had to offer. The area was clean and presentable and our server was very nice.
Would probably venture back if in the area, but don't know that I would make it a habit. The brunch is around 22.00 and it's a bit of a hike.
30/04/11 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
5. Tina C.
This is now a Marriott, which is how I ended up here...in fact, it's the only "all-suite" Marriott I know. The reason for this is that the building was clearly intended to be an Embassy Suites (I'd stayed at one in San Francisco just the week prior, and boy, talk about deja vu). This naturally invites a side-by-side comparison between the two chains and even though I'm a Marriott Platinum, I really wish I could stay at Embassy Suites more often (I can't. Corporate agreement). Specifically:
- Space. Embassy Suites: a suite every time. Marriott: the very VERY occassional upgrade, even for frequent travellers
- Breakfast. Embassy Suites: good selection, included (which means all other guests are included as well, this can get noisy/chaotic). Marriott: major $, unless access to concierge lounge. There, it's a relatively small but comprehensive selection in a typically quiet/peaceful setting
- Free drinks. Embassy Suites: 2 hour all-you-can-pour-down-the-throat happy hour. Marriott: NOONE drinks for free (unless you practically spend your life at their hotels, in which case they'll give you half a bottle of wine as a welcoming gift)
- Appetizers, Embassy Suites: very limited, served with the booze at happy hour. typically carrot and celery sticks and ranch dip, corn chips, salsa, pretzels, cheese sauce. Marriott: again, only in the concierge lounge. There, however, you could get a variety of cheeses, spring rolls/pot stickers, stuffed mushrooms, satays....not all the same time of course. They also serve dessert.
Nothing wrong with this Marriott, in fact it is better than many others I've stayed in over the years. I do have somewhat of an addiction to the orange-ginger scented amenities and the beds are second to none. However, it might be a good time for Marriott to realize that they're NOT the only game in town
19/10/12 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
6. fdg n.
This is the second time we've stayed here and probably the last. Although the rooms are nice and the service staff are well trained and friendly the fact that Marriott continues to charge for in-room wireless service is beyond annoying. It is surprising that Marriott continues to do this when even far less expensive hotels have given up this practice.
19/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
7. Mike D.
Great service great rooms nice place for business meetings and conferences. attended GM / BDC conference very well laid out and organized.
04/06/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
8. Irina L.
Quite some time passed, and I've had numerous additional stays at this property. It has grown on me. :-)
Though the heating / cooling system has not been changed, and i did have a couple of mishaps while a guest, i will say the level of service, responsiveness and attention to customers' needs is solid. The executive lounge breakfast is always prompt, plentiful and filling; the hot snacks after work, followed by a selection of sweets after 7:30, always hits the spot. The gym facility is one of the better ones I've seen at hotels. The expansive lobby offers plentiful comfortable seating, conducive to business talks and friendly chats. And the property has top notch meeting facilities [my company has conducted a number of events here, so i have had a chance to enjoy the professional accommodations and service].
30/09/13 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
9. Lindsey S.
My fiancé and I have spent the weekend here on two different occasions. Both times, the mirrors have had hand prints and smudges on them and there was hand prints on the headboard.. Doesn't leave much to the imagination when trying to have a romantic weekend. This past weekend, we showed up about two hours after check in time and were told our room was not yet ready, due to the rooms being sold out the night before. They offered us two double beds instead of the king that we had already reserved. I did not see why we would have to sleep in a small bed because they were too understaffed to clean the rooms on time. After voices this, we were told we were being upgraded to the executive suite... There was fake eye lashes on our tv stand, in addition to the previously listed hand prints everywhere, tape on the walls from a party and stains all over the couch. Just gross sh*t Everywhere. Needless to say, we will not be returning.
23/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
10. Jason K.
We had a WebFOCUS user conference at the Marriott and they had great amenities. The conference room was huge and comfortable. The technical aspects were perfect.
I entered the room and got a great Caribou coffee. Love the Caribou. I ended up having two.
We had a buffet for lunch with parmesan chicken, broccoli spears, risotto, beef raviolis with a wonderful creamy sauce, a wonderful Caesar salad, some artichoke and tomato salad. The raviolis were smooth, yet filling. The sauce could have used some more seasoning.
For beverages, they had iced tea if you wanted it.
I didn't try the rolls, but my friend said they were fantastic!
The food was very much like a wedding buffet, but it was solid.
A great convention space!
03/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
11. Joanna T.
This location is one of the nicest Marriott properties I've stayed at in some time. The only real "con" is that it's not terribly close to much, but definitely a good option for those doing business in the area or hosting a conference/meeting.
The property is a converted Embassy Suites so rooms are going to be larger than the standard, with a nice sitting area - a good option for families. We were upgraded into a corner suite (Marriott Elite, holla!) and it was huge! There are the standard amenities - indoor pool, workout facility, business center and a small-ish conference center. Parking is free, but wifi isn't unless you are a Rewards member.
Nice rooms aside, the staff here is absolutely great. We arrived a bit before the 3pm check in and had to wait a bit for a room (maybe 15 minutes). Really no big deal, but they offered us drink coupons for the wait which I thought was really nice. We were there for a small event and the bartending and serving staff were also great.
I'd happily stay here again.
13/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0