Millennium Hotel Minneapolis Reopens After Renovation

MINNEAPOLIS—Millennium Hotel Minneapolis has re-opened after more than $22 million in extensive renovations throughout the property. The hotel, which had a soft opening in April, closed in December 2012 to undergo a complete transformation. The new design and layout was created by Minneapolis-based firm RSP Architects.

The hotel has been remodeled from top to bottom including all 321 guestrooms and public spaces. Guestrooms now offer upgraded technology and amenities. In addition, there is now a club floor and lounge and a new food and beverage concept, North 45 restaurant and bar. The hotel’s 22,000 square feet of function space, including two ballrooms, were also given new designs and new audiovisual capabilities and lighting.

“With the renovation of the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis, we have created a modern hotel that appeals to corporate travelers, convention attendees and our local guests through new spaces and experiences that cater to their specific needs,” said Robert Rivers, regional general manager – North America. “We look forward to welcoming everyone back with an impressive redesign and continued commitment to service.”

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