Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has opened Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis at Nicollet Mall in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, US.
The hotel features 222 rooms, dining concepts by award-winning chef and restaurateur Gavin Kaysen, more than 16,000ft2 of event space, and a whole floor dedicated for wellness and fun.
It also has spa, an indoor pool with floor-to-ceiling windows, and an outdoor pool.
Four Seasons president for Hotels and Resorts Christian Clerc said: “From the beginning, this project has been envisioned as much more than a hotel. It’s a gathering place for the local community as much as a place for visitors to stay.
“Working with our esteemed owner-partners United Properties, whose commitment to their home city continues to inspire us, our passionate team is proud to offer elevated service and style in this important centre of business, leisure, culture and community.”
Out of the 222 guest rooms located on the building’s 23rd to 30th floors, 39 are suites. The rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, providing views of the Mississippi River, and sweeping skyline.
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The Presidential suit at 30th floor has a full kitchen, two bar areas, and up to three bedrooms.
Among the several in-room features provided in the guest rooms include a private MyBar outfitted with locally-sourced snacks, a Nespresso coffee maker, plush robes and slippers, wi-fi and a 65-inch flat-screen TV, signature Four Seasons Beds, etc.
The hotel’s general manager Florian Riedel said: “We are incredibly excited to open our doors to community members and travellers from near and far.
“In the months leading up opening, we have made so many connections, thanks in large part to our locally-recruited staff who can’t wait to share their love of Minnesota with visitors, while forming even closer bonds with our neighbours and colleagues throughout the Twin Cities.”