• HOTEL IVY ANNOUNCES LUXURY PENTHOUSE HOLIDAY PACKAGES

     
    POSTED November 27, 2017
     

Hotel Ivy, located on 201 South Eleventh Street in Minneapolis, will be rolling out the red carpet ensuring that the holidays truly are “the most wonderful time of the year”. For those who want to celebrate in style, the hotel has recently announced their new exclusive penthouse holiday package.

On top of the hotel, the penthouse suite is resplendent with luxury and comfort. The two-story space has a magnificent view of the downtown city from the rooftop balcony as well as panoramic windows. Complete with sofa and chairs, the upstairs loft also has another private retreat for any penthouse guests.

Those looking for a Christmas Celebration, Hotel Ivy’s Christmas Eve Experience will include a chef-catered dinner for 10 in the private penthouse, with ability for the chef to recreate any family favorite recipes and custom table décor. It’ll feel right at home! In addition to a great dinner, the families can watch a dramatic reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and enjoy in-room Christmas morning breakfast, as well as tickets and transportation to the Christmas Day performance at the Minnesota Orchestra Hall.

For those sports fans who want to ring in the 2018 year with a touchdown, enjoy the New Year’s Eve Experience with four premium tickets on the 45-yard line to the Vikings vs. Chicago Bears NFL game in the newly built US Bank Stadium. Afterwards, guests can celebrate with an extravagant catered New Year’s Eve party in the private penthouse. This event will feature signature cocktails by Jesse Held of Constantine. Private limo’s will be of service for the party-goers and a New Year Day Brunch.

These luxurious experiences range from $8,000 to $12,000 and can be booked by contacting Kevin Callaghan or by calling 612-353-3558.

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On Saturday, June 16, thousands ignored the rain and scorching heat to check out the Walker Art Center’s 20th annual Rock the Garden music festival. As the local beer flowed, fans swarmed the museum’s hillside and iconic sculpture garden to soak in a diverse lineup of local and international acts including headliner Father John Misty, Feist, Chastity Brown, Kamasi Washington and P.O.S. (and a surprise guest appearance from Current DJ Mark Wheat). But what exactly goes into planning the Walker’s biggest event of the year?