Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Minneapolis, Minnesota - Best Western Normandy Inn & Suites

This Best Western is centrally located in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis. This hotel is 5 blocks to the Minneapolis Convention Center and the Metrodome (MN Vikings), 8 blocks to Target Center (MN Timberwolves), 10 blocks to Target Field (MN Twins) and 2 miles to the University of Minnesota sports venues. Free shuttle service is provided to the Minneapolis Convention Center, Target Field, and to University of Minnesota football.

The hotels offers a lobby area with fireplace, a garden atrium featuring indoor swimming, a hot tub, and sauna, plus a brand new fitness center complete with cardio machines and free weights which is open to guests around the clock.

All suites and guestrooms feature large work desks with ergo chairs, new flat panel televisions, euro-style bedding with pillow-top mattresses and fluffy duvets, and complimentary bottled water. *Internet connection is free with wireless service throughout the hotel. Guests will enjoy plentiful on-property parking ($7) and goodies at bedtime when the hotel serves freshly baked chocolate chip cookies and milk at 10:00 P.M.

Hotel Address: 405 S. 8th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55404

BRG valid for:

Competitor Website:

Sample Dates: 5/11, 6/17, 7/20 (and many random others!)

Room Details: 1 King / 2 Queens / King Suite with sofabed

Rate variation (for sample dates shown): - $102 / - $109 (1 King or 2 Qns) - $116 / - $124 (King Suite-sofabed)

Rates shown are for Double Occupancy - 2 Persons

Official Hotel Website

Highly-Rated with Many Excellent Reviews!

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Anonymous said...

Worked for me! Expedia rep tried to turn it down by stating the two rooms were different in that one was standard and the other is deluxe, but they're the same. Just worded differently. I told him I called to confirm and he backed down and I got approved. Just waiting for the voucher.

FreeRoomGuy said...

I had my concerns with that wording as well. But often times a "deluxe" room is the same as "Standard". The only exception, of course, is when a hotel offers both of these.