The century-old brick and timber warehouse in Minneapolis’ historic North Loop neighborhood has been reshaped into a truly unique, independent, 124-room hotel. Hewing Hotel provides neighbors and travelers an authentic Minneapolis experience and a gathering place with unrivaled service. A cornerstone of the North Loop, the Hewing Hotel is close to it all, but far from ordinary.
Top Hotels in The Midwest: 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards – Hewing Hotel Rated #1
Opened in late 2016, the Hewing occupies the historic Jackson Building, built in 1897 as a warehouse for timber traveling the Mississippi River and showroom for farm equipment—traces of the past can still be seen in what is otherwise a thoroughly contemporary, and endearingly Minnesotan hotel. Cleverly-curated in-room amenities include cozy Faribault Woolen Mills throws, a minibar stocked with local products and a terrific bar with full-bottle tipples from Far North Spirits and Tattersall Distilling. Tullibee restaurant is a big draw for visitors and locals—serving tasty Nordic-inspired food and sourcing from its own on-site butcher for its wood-fired grill and oven. On the sixth floor is a rooftop bar and cocktail lounge—and for guests, the use of a small pool in summer which turns in to a hot tub in winter (plus a 20-person cedar-wood sauna).