Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot

225 3rd Ave S MinneapolisMN55401
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* Minneapolis Minnesota US Renaissance

* Minneapolis Distinctive Hotels

* The Depot Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel

* Renaissance In Minneapolis

* Minneapolis Hotel Rooms
by yasabe on November 11, 2022 from yasabe


The Extras:
Every room features two multiple-line telephones with data ports and voice mail.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
Know Before You Go:
Both Charley's restaurant and the Stone Arch Bar are popular local hangouts.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Exceeding expectations at a popular chain hotel.:
The Scene
Housed in a renovated 100-year-old train depot, this hotel has become a unique lodging and recreational complex. The scene is one of bright, comfortable bustle, with a...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on January 08, 2007 from Citysearch

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Experience downtown Minneapolis' most iconic landmark hotels; a historic train depot complete with all the modern touches of a Renaissance hotel including 60,000 square feet of unique meeting and event space.
by foursquare on May 27, 2018 from foursquare
High speed internet connection, Internet access, Wireless internet connection, High speed wireless, Non-smoking, Coffee/Tea maker, Wet bar, Alarm clock, Air conditioning, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Bottled water, Safe, Shower, Bathtub/shower combination, Private bathroom, Bathrobe, Hairdryer, Upgraded bathroom amenities, Double vanity, Lighted makeup mirror, Separate...
by discoverourtown on November 30, 2017 from discoverourtown
When the last train left the Milwaukee Road Depot in 1970, a monstrous structure occupying multiple city blocks was left behind. Seemingly doomed to meet the wrecking ball, the National Register of Historic Places stepped in and declared it a Minneapolis landmark. As the building was being used primarily for overflow parking, ARC Ice Sports & Entertainment, Inc. of McLean, Virginia brought...
by yahoolocal on March 20, 2016 from yahoolocal