Hyatt announced its newest hotel in Minneapolis being the Hyatt Centric Downtown Minneapolis, previously the Minneapolis Athletic Club. As a World of Hyatt Category 4 property, free night award start at 15,000 World of Hyatt points per night. Additionally, this is an eligible redemption for a free Category 1-4 award certificate from the World of Hyatt card or Milestone award after 30 nights.
With the addition of the Hyatt Centric Downtown Minneapolis, this will be the third full-service Hyatt property in the great Minneapolis-St. Paul area joining the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis and the Hyatt Regency Bloomington – Minneapolis.
The hotel features contemporary design, upscale guestroom and hotel amenities such as Drybar Buttercup salon-quality blow-dryers in each room, a state-of-the-art 7,000-square-foot fitness center with an indoor running track, a lobby bar and restaurant featuring American cuisine and private event facilities that can host up to 200 guests. Located in the city center of Minneapolis with direct access to an 11-mile, temperature-controlled skyway system and just thirteen miles from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Hyatt Centric Downtown Minneapolis connects travelers to popular attractions like the US Bank Stadium, First Avenue, Target Center and Target Field.
A focus on health and wellness continues to be a priority for the former Minneapolis Athletic Club. The 7,000-square-foot, two-story fitness center at Hyatt Centric Downtown Minneapolis features an indoor walking and running track, squash courts and endless fitness amenities. This one-of-a-kind hotel fitness center has multiple workout zones including a Nordic ski station, bench press and squat wall-mounted rig station, Cardio and HIIT zones and a room dedicated to yoga and stretching.
For Hyatt fans in the Midwest, you might consider stopping over at the Chicago Athletic Association, which joined Hyatt’s Unbound Collection last year, with claim to fame being the only hotel in the world to offer Shake Shack room service.
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