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The Graves 601 Hotel in Minneapolis to Become a Loews Hotel

June 2, 2014 at 2:35 PM | by | Comment (1)

After starting out life as an independent hotel back in 2006, the stylish Graves 601 Hotel in Minneapolis (directly across from the Target headquarters) has been managed by Wyndham Hotels for the past four years, with the original owners--the Graves Hospitality Corporation--still involved. But that's soon going to change.

Loews Hotels announced last week that they would be buying the 255-room hotel in a deal that is expected to close next month. There's no word on what exactly the new name will be. We're guessing the Graves name will be taken off and something traditional like Loews Minneapolis will be put forth. And of course, all of the Loews standard amenities and services (like free WiFi) will be put in as well.

Right now, room rates at the Graves 601 are at $359 for a superior king or a superior double. The website is completely junky (there's even music playing) so we hope Loews can fix that up real quick.

[Photo: Graves 601/Facebook]

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not entirely accurate...

It actually was built as a LeMeridien hotel but only kept that flag for a few years before going independent.  

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