Hilton Minneapolis to Complete $13.5M Enhancement
Tuesday March 18th, 2014 - 9:48AM CG
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MINNEAPOLIS—Hilton Minneapolis is set to complete a $13.5-million enhancement project of all 821 guestrooms and suites in a few weeks.
Transformed by The Gettys Group, Hilton Minneapolis will offer guests an enhanced room product that reflects the hotel’s timeless design with a sophisticated urban finish, according to the company. Key elements include warm colors, contemporary original art and the occasional splash of playful accents. Rich wood tones are contrasted with light neutral fabrics and blended with stone and polished metal for a sophisticated urban look.
All guestrooms have been completely redesigned and offer Hilton Hotels & Resorts’ signature Serenity Beds, 50-in. high-definition LCD televisions, in-room refrigerators, laptop safes, Cuisinart two-cup coffeemakers, a work desk with ergonomic chair and a digital panel that allows guests to connect and charge several digital devices at once. The renovated guest bathrooms feature granite counter tops, back-lit mirrors and custom nightlight.
Tags: Hilton Minneapolis • The Gettys Group • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation •
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