Four Seasons to open in Minneapolis this June

by | 15 Mar 2022 | Design

Showcasing the work of Smallwood and AvroKO, Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis is now accepting reservations ahead of its much-anticipated debut in the summer of 2022.

The new property promises to deliver exciting F&B venues, versatile event spaces and serene rooms.

Designed for guests and locals

Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis, which has started taking bookings for June 2022 onwards, will feature architecture, hotel interiors and guestroom interiors from Smallwood, and restaurant interiors and pool deck bar styling by AvroKO.

From the street-level lobby, guests will be invited to explore the property’s luxurious accommodation, streetfront dining concepts, spaces for business and social events, and the largest pool deck in Minneapolis. In total, the property will boast 222 rooms and suites with views over the Mississippi River and city skyline, while the top floors are to incorporate 34 Four Seasons Private Residences.

“Like the building itself, Four Seasons Hotel Minneapolis will be warm, inviting and filled with light, engaging in local culture, encouraging connections and setting a new standard for luxury hospitality in the city,” said Antoine Chahwan, president of hotel operations for Americas East at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

“The state motto of Minnesota is L’Étoile du Nord, and Star of the North is what we aspire to be,” said general manager Florian Riedel. “With our neighbours in the downtown area, we are very committed to making positive contributions in support of our community and the future of our city.”

Space to socialise, work and unwind

A real highlight of this soon-to-open hotel looks set to be its destination restaurant by Chef Gavin Kaysen. The street-front space, distinguished by an open kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows, will serve Mediterranean cuisine, while the chef’s café is to provide healthy dishes alongside freshly brewed coffee.

These F&B venues will be joined by a casual bar and grill on the fourth-floor pool deck, where guests can enjoy an Italian Riviera meets the Mississippi River menu from executive chef Martín Morelli, who also oversees the hotel’s banquet operations.

Wellness travellers, meanwhile, will no doubt be attracted by the presence of an urban spa sanctuary, a fitness centre with movement studio and an indoor pool. And event space spanning more than 16,500 sq ft will include a grand ballroom with outdoor terrace, a second ballroom and a series of meeting rooms, all with state-of-the-art technologies, understated décor and floor-to-ceiling windows.

By staying here, guests will be based in the heart of downtown Minneapolis at the top of the Nicollet Mall and just steps away from the Mississippi River. The hotel is also a mere 20 minutes away from Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport.

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