What: A luxury boutique hotel-cum-gallery with art in every corner.

Where: On the Mississipi river in Minneapolis, the largest city in Minnesota, United States.

Why: Proclaiming to be the ‘first art hotel in the country,’ Chambers has an impressive collection of contemporary art. More than 200 pieces from the private collection of the hotel’s owner, Ralph Burnet, are on display.
The collection is particularly strong on the Young British Artists movement, with controversial works by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Gary Hume and Sam Taylor-Wood displayed in the Chambers Burnet Gallery, and arresting video art, projections and sculptures scattered throughout the building, inviting guests to discover the multiple forms art has assumed over the second half of the past century. With comfortable, spacious bedrooms and a restaurant that aims to make the food on your plate as exciting as the art on the walls, the Chambers is certainly a boutique hotel experience unlike any other.

901 Hennepin Avenue
MN 55403
T. +1 (612) 767-6900