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During St. Paul’s gangster era, in the 1920s and 1930s, Leon Gleckman, known as the “Al Capone of St. Paul,” maintained his headquarters in a suite at The Saint Paul Hotel. Michael Malone, a U.S. Treasury Department official who infiltrated Al Capone’s syndicate in Chicago, also rented a room at the hotel to observe Gleckman’s activities.

Today, The Saint Paul Hotel is a world of European-inspired elegance with superlative service and gracious accommodations. The handsome Italian Renaissance Revival building was constructed in 1910 by local businessman Lucius P. Ordway. Recognizing the city’s need for a major hotel, he challenged the community to match his $1 million offer to finance construction. The New York firm of Reed and Stem—best known for their design of New York’s Grand Central terminal—were the architects behind the hotel’s grand facade and stylish interiors. Today the hotel combines early 20th-century elegance with early 21st-century amenities.

Located in the heart of the city, amid St. Paul’s business and cultural districts, this urban hotel overlooks Rice Park and offers guests respite in its tranquil English Cottage Garden. From the hotel guests can walk to St. Paul’s theaters, shopping, museums, and historic districts, and still hear the horns of the riverboats that ride down the Mississippi River.

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