Brooklyn Park, MN, October 3, 2018 — Two hotels are better than one, especially when an area hasn’t experienced new hotel construction since 1998.
Enter Midas Hospitality, a premier hotel management group, which is the owner and manager of the recently opened 100-room Hampton Inn Brooklyn Park. The hotel is part of a $28 million development that includes a 107-room Home2 Suites which will open later this year.
The 52,000-square-foot Hampton Inn is located at 9470 W. Broadway in Brooklyn Park, MN across from Target’s Corporate North Campus. The hotel features an indoor pool, meeting room, and fitness area. It is only 20 miles from Downtown Minneapolis and the home of Mall of America and the Shoppes at Arbor Lakes, as well as 30 minutes from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Brooklyn Park has 47 miles of trails and 67 parks including the Rush Creek Regional Trail and the northern section of the Palmer Lake Park.
Midas Hospitality will manage the hotel that was built by sister company MC Hotel Construction, a general contractor specializing in new hotel construction. Midas Development provided all hotel development services from site selection to opening day, with Gray Design as the architecture firm. All four companies are headquartered in St. Louis, MO.
“This is our company’s first hotel property development in Minnesota, and we feel confident that our Hilton dual-branded concept hotels will accommodate the requirements of all our guests,” David Robert, Midas Hospitality’s CEO and Managing Member. “Brooklyn Park is the perfect location to experience everything from extensive shopping to outdoor adventures, and we look forward to serving the area’s growing needs with both of our new hotels for many years to come.”
“Minneapolis Northwest Tourism is excited to have the Hampton Inn property open in our market along with Home2 Suites scheduled for the near future,” said Minneapolis Northwest Tourism’s Director of Business Development Josh Anderson. “They both will be a great asset and help drive the economic impact in the Brooklyn Park area.” Anderson added that the hotel’s location is “in an underserved area off of Highway 610 so corporate, sports and business travelers will now benefit from these conveniently accessible properties.”