Millennium Minneapolis Hotel Reopens After $22M Redo

Millennium Minneapolis Hotel Reopens After $22M Redo

MINNEAPOLIS—Millennium Hotels and Resorts has re-opened the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis after a $22 million, six-month-long renovation.

The hospitality firm said the hotel has been remodeled from top to bottom including all 321 guest rooms and public spaces. The property has been a landmark in downtown since first opening in 1963 as Capp Towers.

Minneapolis-based firm RSP Architects handled the renovation. Local materials were brought in to evoke the surrounding area, including extensive use of Kasota Stone, which is also used in many of downtown Minneapolis' most famous buildings.  

"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." The company is a subsidiary of London-based Millennium & Capthorne Hotels. 

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