Four Seasons to introduce Minneapolis hotel in 2022

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Minneapolis will include 222 guestrooms, a restaurant and bar, a pool deck and a spa complex. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

United Properties, a commercial property development and investment company in Minnesota and Colorado, will develop a Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences in Minneapolis. The hotel, part of a 34-story mixed-use development that will also serve as the U.S. headquarters for RBC Wealth Management, is scheduled to open in early 2022.

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Minneapolis will feature 222 guestrooms, a restaurant and bar, a pool deck and a spa complex. The uppermost floors will house 31 fully serviced Four Seasons Private Residences. The hotel will be located near the city’s North Loop neighborhood, less than 15 minutes from Target Field, the home of the Minnesota Twins Major League Baseball team.

“Minneapolis is a booming corporate hub in the Midwest and has a vibrant leisure, cultural and arts scene, and we look forward to creating a place for locals and visitors alike to come together while raising the standard of luxury and service in the city,” Bart Carnahan, EVP, global business development and portfolio management for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, said in a statement “Our partners at United Properties have envisioned a new luxury focal point in Minneapolis, and we look forward to helping them bring that vision to life.”

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