Renaissance The Depot Minneapolis Hotel

225 South 3rd Avenue, Minneapolis, MN | Area: Downtown Minneapolis (Map)
less than 0.1 miles from Minneapolis centre (as shown on map)
Renaissance The Depot Minneapolis Hotel



Hotel Overview

Rooms: 225
Check-in time: 15:00
Check-out time: 12:00

Experience the enjoyment of traveling to downtown Minneapolis to one of the cities' most distinctive landmarks; a historic train depot complete with all the modern touches you will experience from full service Renaissance hotels in Minneapolis. Built as a railroad station over 100 years ago, the Depot is now a beautifully restored, upscale hotel in Minneapolis featuring stylish hotel rooms and luxurious historic suites, exceptional meeting and event space, an award winning water park, seasonal ice skating rink, Charley's Grill and the Stone Arch Bar and patio. As part of the Riverfront and Mill Districts in downtown Minneapolis, The Depot Renaissance hotel is in a highly visible location near the new, Guthrie Theater, University of Minnesota, Target Center, Convention Center, TCF Bank Stadium and is minutes from businesses, shops and downtown nightlife. Just 3 blocks away The Light Rail connects you to the Twins Stadium Target Field, Minneapolis St Paul Airport and The Mall of America.


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Free Breakfast
Free Parking
Airport Shuttle
Free Internet Access
Fitness Center/Spa
Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Non Smoking Hotel
Handicapped Rooms
Business Center

Renaissance The Depot Minneapolis Hotel Guest Reviews


Overall Guest Score: Excellent | 4.3 out of 5

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Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Jerry

Wed, 25 June 2014
Pros:  The location was unbelievable. The staff was among the most helpful I have ever encountered in a hotel.

Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: Jason

Tue, 24 June 2014
Pros:  Proximity to other places we visited in town
Cons:  Extra cost of nightly valet

Wonderful | 4.5 out of 5

BY: Darryl

Wed, 29 January 2014

The only compliant I can state is something the hotel is not responsible for. With that being said, there's seemed to be a large number of unsupervised preteens and teenagers running around, pounding on guests doors and then running off. It was a mild nuisance but tolerable on Sunday late afternoon/early evening. Perhaps reinforcing statements on guest behavior to the parents and risk of penalties might curb the parental/guardian lackadaisical monitoring.

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