Location, location, location is a highlight at this well-equipped luxury hotel.
This hotel attracts all types: weekend tourists in town to visit the nearby shopping district, weekday businesspeople needing easy access to the downtown financial district and conventioneers who take advantage of skywalk access to the Minneapolis Convention Center. Guestrooms are contemporary in style, corporate without being stuffy. The grays are soft and the geometric, expressionist art on the walls lends nice splashes of color. Some room have wireless Internet access, and Business Plan rooms are equipped with special work areas. Request a room with a view. When it comes to dining, the hotel goes all out, with restaurants that include the acclaimed Oceanside Seafood Room, a retro supper club serving fresh seafood flown in daily; Taxxi, an American bistro; and a sports bar and coffee shop. Guests enjoy discounted passes to the Regency Health Club & Spa on the sixth floor; along with a good fitness center, there is also an indoor heated pool, tennis, whirlpools, a full basketball court, yoga, boxing classes and massage. Thirty-four meeting rooms include an executive boardroom and the Nicollet Ballroom.