Minneapolis’ Historic Tower: Hotel Ivy

Hotel Ivy in Minneapolis was launched in 2008, but the history of this beautiful building goes way back to the early 1900’s. It was originally structured for a Church, later it was purchased by two different companies one after the other, and now recently it was transformed into a luxury hotel. In 1986, the Ivy tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Service at the hotel Ivy is fabulous. The active staff is available 24/7 to help with any type of needs. The features of the luxurious hotel include health club, a full service spa with massage and treatment rooms, and fitness

facility. If you are on a business trip, you’ll find a calm place to work at the luxurious hotel’s business center where you’ll have access to wireless Internet, meeting rooms and also a technology helpdesk. Event facilities are also available at the ballroom and conference rooms for meetings and weddings.Porter & Frye is a fine cuisine available inside the hotel Ivy; you may reserve a table at the charming dining hall and have customized menu, or have your dinner served in the comfort of your room, which is available 24/7.

You have the choice of six different types of rooms and suite classes. There are 136 rooms at the luxury hotel including 21 suites. Each room and suite is unique and arranged for extra comfort and relaxation. The rooms range from 400 square-feet to a Penthouse suite of 1,900 square-feet. All rooms include most basic needs of everyday life and luxurious comforts.

Hotel Ivy is managed by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide.

201 South Eleventh Street
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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