Exterior, Facilities, Layout, Vibe, Food and Drink, Technology, Recreation
Creative libations, a retractable roof and a club-like feel make this hip, fifth-floor lounge my new spot to frequent in Minneapolis.
AAA Inspector Notes
Built in 1929 as the tallest city structure and on the National Register of Historic Places, this charming Art Deco hotel opened in 2020. Original designs seamlessly meld with new custom furnishings. Subtle nuances nod to the building’s namesake Rufus Rand’s passion for aviation. Room detailing includes large windows, high ceilings, luxury linens, gourmet coffee, spa-quality bath amenities and cozy robes and slippers. Corner units provide exceptional cityscape views. Upmarket culinary offerings, classy lounges and the downtown core accessible by enclosed sky walkway are at your fingertips.
Smoke free premises. 270 units. 27 stories, interior corridors. Bath: shower only. Accessibility (Call).
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