Rooftop Venue availability begins at a $15,000 food and beverage minimum for Saturdays in 2021!
Additional event space is also available for groups up to 60 people. Pricing for these spaces will vary based on demand and seasonality.
Situated in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Rand Tower Hotel, a Marriott Tribute Portfolio Hotel, is a wedding venue boasting a modern ambience. It offers couples the chance to celebrate their love near numerous conveniences in a happening locale. It was named after Rufus R. Rand, the aviator and war hero who is also the builder of the hotel. The cosmopolitan building is brimming with a sense of sophistication for soirees to remember.
Facilities and Capacity
The Rand Tower Hotel features Art Deco decor throughout that makes it a stylish retreat. There are 270 rooms for overnight accommodation, all full of comforts. For events, the hotel’s Executive Club is large enough for 125 loved ones. Hanger 1, Hanger 2, and The Backroom, meanwhile, can accommodate a little over 50 people each for a more intimate fete. All of these spaces can be laid out in different ways, suiting a variety of event styles.
To make organizing your nuptial gathering simple and straightforward, the team at The Rand Tower Hotel has a number of tools for easy bookings. Reservation links and mobile check-ins are among these features. The hotel also employs a team of talented event planners to assist you in orchestrating your big day. Catering is provided by the expert culinary team who use their skills to craft a meal to satisfy your nearest and dearest.
The rooms found throughout The Rand Tower Hotel have an understated and sophisticated look ideal for unwinding in. The neutral tones with pops of gold and navy accents give the spaces a luxurious feel. The decor tastefully combines vintage details with contemporary style, for a timeless and chic refuge.
The Rand Tower Hotel is located in the Twin Cities, an urban center nestled on the Mississippi River. Loved ones can enjoy the local museums, such as the Walker Art Center or the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The two cities and their surrounding suburbs also feature a number of restaurants ranging in cuisine. There is plenty of entertainment available as well. The Guthrie Theater and other stages offer plenty of performances to delight and enthrall. Shopping in the Mall of America or along charming streets such as Grand Avenue in Saint Paul is sure to keep guests busy too.