Marriott Minneapolis Airport

2020 American Blvd E, Bloomington, MN
Manager: Nehad Sobhy, [email protected]

Issues

The following issues were reported by state and local governments responsible for inspecting hotels and/or food service establishments. In some cases, there is an indication that the reported violation was corrected by the time of a follow-up inspection; in other cases, no information was available as to whether a follow-up inspection was conducted. Accordingly, this blog should be understood to describe circumstances that existed on the date of the referenced inspection only. Should you have questions about the ongoing status of any situation described herein, you may contact the general manager of the respective establishment.

  • During a routine inspection of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on July 10, 2017, an inspector from the City of Bloomington, Minnesota stated “MOLD IN BATHROOMS REMOVE THE ACCUMULATION OF MOLD GROWTH FROM THE WALLS AND CEILINGS IN THE BATHROOMS.” Under Inspector Comments, the inspector wrote “Clean or replace the moldy grout/caulk around the shower in rooms 5037, 594, 584, 585, 578, 495, 4036, 4034, 3027, 3029, 383, 376, 318, 319, 316, 1030, 1029, 1027, 107, 109, 173, 171.”
  • During a routine inspection of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on July 5, 2016, the inspector observed 28 different incidents of mold in the rooms. Twenty-five of the observations regarded moldy caulking in the tub or shower that the inspector noted should be cleaned or replaced. Three of the observations only noted that mold should be cleaned from the sink or shower. The inspector performed inspections on 47 rooms during this inspection.
  • During a routine inspection of the food service areas of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on July 17, 2018, the inspector observed that “The caulking around all the handsinks were soiled and moldy. Re-caulk all the handsinks in the establishment.” The violation was found to not be corrected during a follow up inspection on July 30, 2018.
  • During a routine inspection of the food service areas of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on December 8, 2017, the inspector observed that “The floor of the walk-in beer cooler was damaged. The center panel was bouncy and sticking up on one side creating a trip hazard. Repair or replace floor.” According to the report, this was the second notice regarding this damage that the property had received.
  • During a routine inspection of the food service areas of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on November 30, 2017, the inspector observed that “There were many ceiling panels in the liquor storage room that had water damage. Replace the damaged ceiling panels. Determine if there is still a leak and if so repair the leak.”
  • During a routine inspection of the food service areas of the Marriott Minneapolis Airport on July 7, 2017, the inspector observed that “There were broken floor tiles throughout the facility. Replace the broken floor tiles.”
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