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Minneapolis is fast becoming the epicenter of all things cool. Even its hotels reflect its progressive, art-minded nature. Graves 601, Le Meridien Chambers and the W-The Foshay are all a sight to be seen interior design-wise. Here’s why you can’t miss them:
1. The chic, minimalist rooms in Graves 601 look like upscale lofts, with light-wood flooring and furniture. The spacious bathrooms feature Hermès toiletries and deep-soaking tubs.
2. Le Meridien Chambers is a museum. More than 200 pieces of original contemporary art decorate the hotel, and each room has its own unique artwork. In the lobby, you’ll spy a bull’s head in formaldehyde from controversial artist Damien Hirst.
3. The W-The Foshay blends art deco and funky contemporary design in its rooms, with bamboo wallpaper, sleek furniture and cherry-red circular minibars. The lobby, or "living room," is also chic, with oversized black armchairs surrounding an indoor fire pit.