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Le Meridien Chambers, Minneapolis

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I was able to get an early check in with no issues. The modern design is always welcoming. The staff was friendly and accommodating. I took advantage of the complementary pass to the Walker Art Museum which was a wonderful way to spend my remaining hours in the city. I was a little bummed that the restaurant was relocated to the basement while the main floor restaurant was being renovated - however I look forward to visiting when it's complete.

The hotel is in a great location and has a fin vibe. The rooms are nice and comfortable and the in room amenities are nice. I was on the 2nd floor and it was incredibly loud. I was awake all night hearing police sirens, trucks and everything else that went down Hennepin and the alley that I faced. There was also water on the window sills because the windows didn't close all the way. I would NOT stay here again unless it was on a top floor away from the noise.

Toilet was impossible to flush, luggage carts were difficult to get a hold of, the bathroom tile floor had several large cracks and the room was set to 60 when we arrived (in October in Minnesota = very cold). The heater made loud noises all night, making it very difficult to sleep well. The bed was great and the location is also wonderful. Staff was a hit or miss depending on the time of the day. Room was large and spacious.

The best was so comfortable, I didn't want to get up. Beautiful hotel, close to all downtown restaurants/bars, and their staff was amazing!

Hotel was in definite need of an update. Hallway floors were dirty, towels and bedding are mediocre at best. Hotel staff was great however.

Hotel was lovely and located right in the middle of downtown Minneapolis. Beds were slightly uncomfortable. I would stay there again.

I love the design of the hotel and the art. The service was fantastic. The location is excellent.

I travel to Minneapolis quite frequently on business and always stay here when I can afford it, which is about half the time. The rates are often out of my budget for standard business travel. But when they are not, this is my go to location. The staff is awesome- especially the front desk- friendly, helpful- professional- quick to help in any issue situation......The beds are really comfortable and the understated decor in the unique rooms is much more comfortable and feels a lot more like home than the standard business hotel chain. Also- there is tons near by in terms of food and things to do and location is good in relation to most of the downtown area. I only wish I could stay every time!

Stayed for a night out in downtown Minneapolis. Close to everything, lovely hotel, quiet. Enjoyed the focus on contemporary art and partnership with the Walker. Would definitely stay again.

Great location and decor. Loved the bar (Library) and restaurant (Marin) downstairs at the hotel.

It was clean and an interesting place to stay. I would go again.

Very "boutique-y." The rooms are actually pretty big with high ceilings. Located in a very convenient part of downtown. The restaurant is really one of the better ones in Minneapolis. Overall, recommended, although everything about it might not be your cup of tea.

We only stayed for one evening, but everything was great. Room was very big (we had a room with a king bed), clean and the bed had a feather bed on top of the matress, which was very comfortable. The Twins stadium was only 4 blocks away. It was quiet for the most part. We heard some commotion in the alley briefly, but we'd expect that from any Minneapolis hotel. We will stay again.

We stayed here over a long weekend and enjoyed the friendly staff. The room had an interesting design with a great shower and interesting artwork on the walls. The bed was comfortable. There was a TV in the bathroom, not sure who's watching it, but interesting. The bar has a great selection of Gin, for those who like it!

The hotel was nice if a bit sparse in terms of it's decoration with white on white in the rooms which made me feel a bit like I was in an Asylum at times. The location was right down town with lots of restaurants around which was nice.

I chose this hotel based on the excellent downtown location, prior positive reviews (no nightmare stories as far as I could tell), and intriguing pictures of the "artsy" interiors. My husband and I wanted to have a fun 4th of July weekend in the Twin Cities (which we had never visited before), and I was willing to splurge on the hotel. We had a lovely time there. The staff was polite and helpful (if not overly warm), and it was great to be close to the downtown action. Our first night there was some loud music from a nearby club/restaurant, but it was not too bad. The other nights were fine. Housekeeping did a great job every day, and an issue that we had with the water in the toilet tank running continuously was fixed the next day after we mentioned it to the front desk. We also tried room service late one evening, which was fine for a quick bite (somewhat expensive, of course), but the menu was somewhat limited. The interiors are minimalist and sometimes not too practical (for example, there is hardly any counter around the bathroom sink for toiletries). But I knew that going in, so I wasn't surprised. There is a very long desk in the bedroom where we threw our things. Also, you can use your keys as free admission to the Walker Art Center (which usually costs $14 per person). I'm not a big fan of modern art, so I'm glad we didn't have to pay to enter (especially when the sublime Minneapolis Institute of Arts is free). By the way, the hallways on our floor were freezing, but the room itself was fine temperature-wise. Overall, we had a very positive experience at this hotel.

Lovely elegant hotel. Staff were friendly, helpful and enthusiastic. Only negative was some messiness in public areas (old washcloth in elevator, dirty linens on bench on fifth floor). Would definitely stay there again.

The hotel was great except the restaurant was closed for a private party the night I arrived. Other than that, my in-room breakfast was delivered hot and on time and was delicious. The room itself was big and comfortable and the bed was wonderful. The bathroom was great as well. The only downfall of staying here was that the noises in the hallway were very easy to hear.

We chose this hotel for its location downtown Minneapolis. The valet service for our car was efficient and friendly. The front staff very nice and let us do a late check out. We also ate breakfast and dinner at the hotel. Food was delicious and reasonably priced. We were celebrating my husband's 60th birthday- and they helped make our time special.

Very cool hotel, friendly staff, large room, close to good restaurants.

901 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis MN

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Target Center and Basilica of Saint Mary
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • 24-hour business center

Located in Downtown West, Le Meridien Chambers, Minneapolis is within a 5-minute walk of Target Center and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Basilica of Saint Mary. This 60-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and a 24-hour business center. It's in central Minneapolis and also close to Target Field and Mill Ruins Park.


Dining

In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee.


Rooms

All of Le Meridien Chambers, Minneapolis's 60 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including iPod docks, espresso makers, and free weekday newspapers. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 32-inch LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding and down comforters ensure a restful night. Laptop-compatible safes, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.


Property features

Le Meridien Chambers, Minneapolis features a 24-hour fitness center, WiFi in public areas, and 6 meeting rooms. Valet parking is offered for USD 42 per night. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and express check-in.

Room options

Classic Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Le Meridien Chambers

Everyone (4) Business (13) Couples (18) Family (1) Other (3) Friends (1)
5

artsy hotel on hennepin

Those with Style

I was able to get an early check in with no issues. The modern design is always welcoming. The staff was friendly and accommodating. I took advantage of the complementary pass to the Walker Art Museum which was a wonderful way to spend my remaining hours in the city. I was a little bummed that the restaurant was relocated to the basement while the main floor restaurant was being renovated - however I look forward to visiting when it's complete.

By , from Gypsy on Mar 20, 2017

3

honest review from traveler

Everyone

The hotel is in a great location and has a fin vibe. The rooms are nice and comfortable and the in room amenities are nice. I was on the 2nd floor and it was incredibly loud. I was awake all night hearing police sirens, trucks and everything else that went down Hennepin and the alley that I faced. There was also water on the window sills because the windows didn't close all the way. I would NOT stay here again unless it was on a top floor away from the noise.

By on Dec 10, 2016

3

convenient hotel, starting to deteriorate

Everyone

Toilet was impossible to flush, luggage carts were difficult to get a hold of, the bathroom tile floor had several large cracks and the room was set to 60 when we arrived (in October in Minnesota = very cold). The heater made loud noises all night, making it very difficult to sleep well. The bed was great and the location is also wonderful. Staff was a hit or miss depending on the time of the day. Room was large and spacious.

By , from San Jose, CA on Oct 31, 2016

5

nice hotel close to all downtown has to offer.

Everyone

The best was so comfortable, I didn't want to get up. Beautiful hotel, close to all downtown restaurants/bars, and their staff was amazing!

By , from Smyrna, GA on Sep 25, 2016

3
Everyone

Hotel was in definite need of an update. Hallway floors were dirty, towels and bedding are mediocre at best. Hotel staff was great however.

By on Sep 18, 2016

5

work trip.

BusinessTravelers

Hotel was lovely and located right in the middle of downtown Minneapolis. Beds were slightly uncomfortable. I would stay there again.

By on Aug 2, 2015

5

great hotel

BusinessTravelers

I love the design of the hotel and the art. The service was fantastic. The location is excellent.

By on Aug 2, 2015

4

love this property!

BusinessTravelers

I travel to Minneapolis quite frequently on business and always stay here when I can afford it, which is about half the time. The rates are often out of my budget for standard business travel. But when they are not, this is my go to location. The staff is awesome- especially the front desk- friendly, helpful- professional- quick to help in any issue situation......The beds are really comfortable and the understated decor in the unique rooms is much more comfortable and feels a lot more like home than the standard business hotel chain. Also- there is tons near by in terms of food and things to do and location is good in relation to most of the downtown area. I only wish I could stay every time!

By on May 27, 2015

4

great getaway

Couples

Stayed for a night out in downtown Minneapolis. Close to everything, lovely hotel, quiet. Enjoyed the focus on contemporary art and partnership with the Walker. Would definitely stay again.

By on Apr 13, 2015

5

new year's eve eve

Couples

Great location and decor. Loved the bar (Library) and restaurant (Marin) downstairs at the hotel.

By on Jan 5, 2015