You can now make a reservation at the brand new Four Seasons hotel in Minneapolis

The highly anticipated Four Seasons Hotel in Minneapolis is now accepting reservations.

The 222-room luxury hotel will open June 1, according to a press release, with interested travelers (or even locals looking for an expensive stay) able to make reservations starting this week. The hotel, located at the corner of Hennepin and Washington Avenues (where the large, usually empty parking lot next to the Central Library used to be) features:

  • “Stunning Views of the Mississippi River and Skyline”
  • What would be the largest pool deck in Minneapolis, with a heated bar and fire table (open year-round on the fourth floor)
  • A bar and grill on said pool deck, featuring a menu by executive chef Martín Morelli
  • An urban spa “sanctuary”
  • An exclusive bar and restaurant by award-winning local chef Gavin Kaysen
  • Guest rooms and suites (including the 2,200 square foot Presidential Suite)

The hotel is actually part of developer United Properties’ RBC Gateway project (owned by Pohlad Companies. Former owners of Bring Me The News). The 37-story mixed-use tower will also serve as the headquarters of RBC Wealth Management, has 34 private residences to be purchased atop the hotel, and will house five Pohlad Companies businesses.

It will also house a restaurant and cafe designed by Minneapolis-based James Beard Award-winning Chef Gavin Kaysen (Spoon & Stable, Demi), slated to open this summer.

The Four Seasons claims to be the first and only 5-star hotel in Minneapolis. (Forbes Travel Guide hasn’t rated any other hotel in town 5 stars, but the Five Star Alliance lists six 5-star hotels, so maybe it depends on who you ask?)

Room rates at the hotel ranged from $350 per night for a skyline view room (and that was for a few weekdays in September) to $800+ for non-presidential suites.

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