Hyatt Regency Minneapolis
1300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
The Hyatt Regency Minneapolis is located on Nicollet Mall in the heart of the city named "one of the top ten cities in the U.S." by Frommers. Whether you want to explore the myriad of sites and attractions Minneapolis has to offer, or you simply want to enjoy the hotel’s heated pool or the state-of-the-art fitness center, we have you covered! Nearby attractions include the Quintessential shopping experience provided by the world-renowned Mall of America, Loring Park, a number of historic attractions, sporting events and art museums. The hotel’s Prairie Kitchen and Bar features locally grown and seasonal cuisine, and the Market offers quick, satisfying menu options all day.
Discounted guest room rates have been negotiated for AAAR attendees.
The single daily sleeping room rate is $209 (which includes a $10 per night food/beverage credit in the hotel and complimentary guestroom internet service), plus applicable sales tax, for the first 1,064 room nights booked in the AAAR room block. After those initial rooms are filled, the rate rises to $219.
The double daily sleeping room rate is $234 (which includes a $10 per night/per occupant food/beverage credit in the hotel and complimentary guestroom internet service), plus applicable sales tax, for the first 1,064 room nights booked in the AAAR room block. After those initial rooms are filled, the rate rise to $244.
The cut-off for sleeping room reservations is Sunday, September 20, 2015.
If you are making phone reservations, please identify yourself as an AAAR 2015 participant. The group reservation phone number is 888-421-1442.
If you are making online reservations, click here.
The Hyatt Regency accepts all major credit cards including American Express, VISA, MasterCard and Discover.
Guestrooms boast views of downtown Minneapolis or Loring Park and feature new spacious bathrooms, the comfort of Hyatt Grand Beds with luxurious linens, oversized work desk, complimentary internet (AAAR room block only), and large flat screen televisions with video on demand.