The Saint Paul Hotel

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Distinctive & Notable

Presidential

Presidential

Memorabilia

Memorabilia

Gardens

Gardens

Gorgeous Italian Renaissance Revival architecture distinguishes The Saint Paul Hotel, a luxury European-style hotel built in 1910 by local businessman Lucius P. Ordway and designed by Reed and Stem, architects of New York’s Grand Central Terminal. The Saint Paul Hotel, known for its sophistication, superlative service, and gracious accommodations, combines early 20th-century elegance with contemporary 21st-century amenities. Located in the heart of the city amid St. Paul’s business and cultural districts, the hotel overlooks historic Rice Park and offers guests respite in its tranquil English garden setting.
Image of Two Double Beds Guestroom at The Saint Paul Hotel, 1910, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Location Map

Location Map

Experience the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area, Minnesota Zoo, the Xcel Energy Center, and the Minnesota History Center nearby.

Image of Guestroom at The Saint Paul Hotel, 1910, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Discover

Discover

Discover the Italian Renaissance Revival architecture designed by Reed and Stem.

Image of Dining Room Entrance at M ST. Café at The Saint Paul Hotel, 1910, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Explore

Explore

Explore Minnehaha Regional Park and view the gorgeous 53-foot waterfall.

Image of Dining Room at M ST. Café at The Saint Paul Hotel, 1910, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Experience

Experience

Experience a concert at the legendary First Avenue, once frequented by local icon Prince.

Image of Dining Room at M ST. Café at The Saint Paul Hotel, 1910, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in St. Paul, Minnesota, Taste

Taste

Taste a a Juicy Lucy cheeseburger, served at many restaurants in the Twin Cities.

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