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In-Room VIP Dining

Enjoy The Ultimate In VIP Dining

Book a Private, In-Room Dining Escape at The Rand Tower Hotel – Minneapolis's most anticipated new hotel. Experience the culinary stylings of Chef Andy Vyskocil in a unique, In-Room VIP dining experience. Escape the every day, and enjoy this unforgettable culinary adventure with someone you love. The Rand Tower Hotel has transformed its beautiful "never-seen" guest rooms into sensuous six-course private dining salons accommodating parties ranging from 2-6 guests.  Wine and dine your significant other with a romantic night, or enjoy a safe and comfortable place to reconnect with family and friends over candlelit conversation and fabulous food. Enjoy Executive Chef Andy Vyskocil's festive holiday menu with a French-inspired twist.
Book your private 'In-Room Dining Escape' now through early 2021.

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Stay Pass

Stay Pass

For guests who are tired of being confined to their home office, kitchen counter or makeshift desk and need to escape the distractions, Stay Pass offers the ability to get away for a few days and the convenience to make the most of the workdays with an early check-in on the date of arrival and late check-out on the date of departure, plus the benefit of enjoying the amenities at the hotel (restaurants and fitness center). Guests who book this experience will be provided a private workspace, enhanced Wi-Fi, ample outlets, bottled water and a $10 F&B credit. Marriott Bonvoy members will be able to earn Elite night credits and points on eligible charges along with access to standard Elite member benefits.  

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Did you know

The 26-story Rand Tower was one of the tallest structures in downtown Minneapolis when it was completed in 1929. It was designed by famed Chicago architects Holabird & Root for Rufus R. Rand, Jr., a World War I aviator who was the heir of the family that owned the Minneapolis Gas Company. Rand had flown in the Lafayette Flying Corps during the war, so much of the building's remarkable Art Deco ornamentation follows an aviation theme. There is even a sculpture named Wings in the lobby that was created by artist Oskar J.W. Hansen. The Rand Tower was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.