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at Residence Inn Minneapolis Eden Prairie

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Room review highlights
... and nice front desk personnel, we were upgraded to a penthouse suite from our booking..another A+. We were in Building...
... were unable to get the heat to come on in the morning. The room was 60° when we got up. Call the front desk and they were...
... older and has a lot of wear and tear. The inside of the room was dark, it was not clean and the furnishings were really...
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... hotel have interior or exterior hotel corridors? Meaning would you have to go outside to go from one room to another or to get to the main breakfast or reception area? Thanks!
Answer from Jon W
May 2019 |
The corridors are all interior, however there are 17 separate buildings...the Gatehouse, where all of the common amenities are loc...
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Llasher16 wrote a review Sep 2019
Sartell, Minnesota14 contributions2 helpful votes
Started right with friendly and nice front desk personnel, we were upgraded to a penthouse suite from our booking..another A+. We were in Building 5 on the second floor with plenty of parking in the back. Love the spacious area which is more like a mini apartment with stairs leading to a separate sleeping queen bed area with bathroom. The main floor had all the amenities perfect for family..kitchen, fridge, microwave, stove & oven and a dishwasher. A simple nice dining table with even popcorn provided for the family. There’s a fireplace in the living area and French door leading to the other bedroom with an attached bathroom. There’s 3 TVs altogether which is perfect for family without fighting over the remotes. Nice breakfast in the main lobby place. We didn’t check the outdoor pool since it was raining but definitely would come here again!
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Roberta J wrote a review Sep 2019
Sioux Falls, South Dakota14 contributions6 helpful votes
We stayed on a Friday and Saturday night with other family members. Accommodations were great and they were able to put us The same building as family. Only a couple of negatives. The temp had dropped during the night and we were unable to get the heat to come on in the morning. The room was 60° when we got up. Call the front desk and they were unable to do anything until maintenance came in at 8 o’clock (a couple hours later). This was fixed and all was good. Breakfast starts at 7 o’clock but both mornings breakfast wasn’t out until 7:15 which is fine unless you want to get on the road. Don’t say seven unless you’re gonna have it ready. Parking is very limited and spots are very small hard to get your car doors open to load your luggage.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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klw wrote a review Sep 2019
The Black Hills, South Dakota4 contributions3 helpful votes
The pictures of the hotel online are misleading, it's definitely older and has a lot of wear and tear. The inside of the room was dark, it was not clean and the furnishings were really worn. Our bathroom had the same issues. Our room was very loud. We were on the ground floor, could hear every movement from above and from the hall. Its more of an old apartment complex than a hotel. Two redeeming qualities - helpful and accommodating staff and convenient location. I would advise staying elsewhere if you're looking for a clean, quiet and comfortable stay.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Response from Dallas J, General Manager at Residence Inn Minneapolis Eden Prairie
Responded 6 Sep 2019
Thank you for taking the time to provide feed back about your stay. I would like to speak with you personally to learn more about your stay.
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A. Ppowers wrote a review Jul 2019
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Please save yourself the trouble of staying here. The clues start immediately upon check-in. The hotel’s advertised check-in policy is 3pm. After driving for 7 hours with 2 cats we were ready to check in when we arrived at 4pm. We were told our room was not ready (not cleaned yet) by the two young ladies at the front desk, and they had no idea when it would be ready, but we could bring our cats into the lobby to wait. There were several other people in the lobby who had arrived for check-in only to be told their room wasn’t ready as well, so this was not an isolated incident. After waiting a good 20 min or so, I asked if there was an office or conference room where we could wait and let our cats out of their carriers. It had by now been close to 8 hours since they had been able to use their litter box and drink some water. After disappearing for awhile, presumably to call the manager, since he didn’t seem to be onsite to deal with what appeared to be a housekeeping issue, we were allowed to use the manager’s old office. Finally our room was ready at around 530pm, 2.5 hours after the official check-in time and 1.5 hours after we had arrived. The room was one of the 2 bedroom 2 bathroom suites with a loft and fireplace. The room, while clean with updated appliances and furnishings, had signs of wear and tear, torn carpet on the stairs probably from a dog, pealing wallpaper in one of the bathrooms. The stairs leading up to the loft were steep and the treads under the carpet were noticeably worn when climbing them, so we felt uneasy when going up/down. It rained overnight and we heard dripping from the fireplace and discovered that the fireplace leaks when it rains. When we told the lady at the front desk, she was not concerned since apparently this occurs in multiple rooms in the complex and they have not been able to fix it, it’s just how it is. The free breakfast was typical for Residence Inn in terms of what was served, but it was not well tended by the staff with spilled cereal and bread crumbs left all over the counter and not replacing the empty condiments. The landscaping seemed neglected as well as we noticed an abandoned washcloth on one of the walkways. Overall our experience was not what we would expect from a Marriott property. The property looks like an old apartment complex that has been converted into a hotel. Doing a little research online we discovered the the property dates to 1984 and was purchased by Residence Inn in 2004, substantiating our hunch.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Dallas J, General Manager at Residence Inn Minneapolis Eden Prairie
Responded 2 Jul 2019
Hello Thank you for sharing your experience. I was sorry to hear there were problems at check in and the time it took for us to get your room ready as well as the condition you experienced. Our priority is to deliver a memorable experience to all of our guests and it look as though we failed to meet our standards on this stay. We are reviewing your feedback with our staff to ensure we have these issues resolved in the future. Thank you again for taking the time to provide your feedback.
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Loren T wrote a review Apr 2019
7 contributions5 helpful votes
Stayed for nearly two weeks on a business trip. The staff were very friendly and always present around the facility. The rooms were well furnished, roomy, and really well maintained. Over one of the weekends, I was impressed by how quiet my room was despite some noisy neighbors, which goes to show the place was well designed. The weight room, while small, was perfect for my basic needs. I'd totally use this place again for business travel.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
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Answer from Jon W
May 2019 |
The corridors are all interior, however there are 17 separate buildings...the Gatehouse, where all of the common amenities are located, and 16 guestroom buildings.
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Answer from Bryan F
Oct 2014 |
KarineS6, The Studio Queen Bed does not have a door that seperates the living room from the bedroom it is all an open floor plan. Will you been needing a pack n play in the room during your stay? Bryan Fish Assistant General Manager
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