Nicollet Island Inn

95 Merriam St MinneapolisMN55401
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Nicollet Island Inn features more than 25 guest rooms with Egyptian cotton sheets, robes, televisions, Aveda products and Internet access. The inn also has a dining room that hosts several weddings and anniversary parties. Its event coordinators offer wedding planning services. The inn s banquet rooms have a seating capacity of more than 100 guests. Its brunch menu includes pastries, eggs,...
by localguides on May 21, 2016 from localguides


The Extras: The hotel's well-known restaurant is a popular spot for a romantic evening meal or a belt-loosening Sunday brunch.
by ezlocal on November 24, 2013 from ezlocal
Look Good: Dress to the nines, or maybe just to the fives, and you'll be fine--leave the jeans and sneakers at home.
by ezlocal on November 24, 2013 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Just across from the Mississippi River, this lovely inn was once an 1893 window-shade and blind company. The individually, classically decorated rooms are furnished with lots of modern amenities, including plasma TVs, free Wi-Fi, and some Jacuzzis. The Nicollet Island Inn Restaurant is highly recommended (make a reservation), featuring contemporary American cuisine and a selection of over 350...
by frommers on December 17, 2012 from frommers
Nicollet Island Inn Restaurant Review:
Owners Larry and Caryl Abdo have given this 100-year-old charmer---originally a sash and door factory---a fresh outlook. Located on an island in the Mississippi River, just upstream from St. Anthony Falls and opposite downtown Minneapolis, the Nicollet Island Inn is a good choice for a romantic meal with a view since the setting is undeniably cozy yet elegant. The kitchen (Adam Droski is now...
by gayot on November 06, 2011 from gayot
A virtual multiplex of gay entertainment, this place has three separate bars. There's a quiet bar, a dance club, and a patio for those rain-free nights. It's primarily a leather-and-Levis crowd, but you're still welcome even if you forgot to pack your leather pants.
by frommers on October 12, 2011 from frommers
Romantic and serene, this historic restaurant captivates with its cozy atmosphere, Mississippi River view and creative heartland cuisine.:
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Fireplaces and comfy sitting areas, complete with love seats, inspire conversations before or after dinner. With flickering candlelight and linens, the dining room has an...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on July 11, 2006 from Citysearch

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