St Paul Hotel

★★★★★
  • 350 Market St

    St. Paul, MN 55102

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  • 651-292-9292

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Service was so slow. We went here for our 12th year anniversary dinner and had a reservation. The onion soup was watery (I've made better at home) and the steak was nothing special. The Au gratin potatoes had a strange taste. For the

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Service was so slow. We went here for our 12th year anniversary dinner and had a reservation. The onion soup was watery (I've made better at home) and the steak was nothing special. The Au gratin potatoes had a strange taste. For the

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My wife and I stayed here on our wedding night last year after a reception at W.A. Frost. We stumbled into the lobby (half-drunk) close to midnight to check in, and were treated to quite a surprise. The concierge took one look at us and

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My wife and I stayed here on our wedding night last year after a reception at W.A. Frost. We stumbled into the lobby (half-drunk) close to midnight to check in, and were treated to quite a surprise. The concierge took one look at us and

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As an annual stop, my family and I visit The St. Paul Grill for either or both Easter or Mother's Day because the food is great, the service top notch and the view of the garden and Rice Park is stunning. When I have an important business

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As an annual stop, my family and I visit The St. Paul Grill for either or both Easter or Mother's Day because the food is great, the service top notch and the view of the garden and Rice Park is stunning. When I have an important business

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Is there a better hotel in St. Paul? Minneapolis? The Twin Cities? I don't think there is after going to a friend's wedding at The Saint Paul Hotel. The ballroom was absolutely breathtaking and this is from a guy's perspective. After

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Is there a better hotel in St. Paul? Minneapolis? The Twin Cities? I don't think there is after going to a friend's wedding at The Saint Paul Hotel. The ballroom was absolutely breathtaking and this is from a guy's perspective. After

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The St Paul Hotel is a great place to stay or a nice place any type of event like a reception or birthday party. The staff is very friendly and willing to work with you.

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The St Paul Hotel is a great place to stay or a nice place any type of event like a reception or birthday party. The staff is very friendly and willing to work with you.

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I have been to the St Paul hotel for a few weddings and they always deliver. The banquet rooms are great and have a wonderful view. The food was pretty delicious also!

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I have been to the St Paul hotel for a few weddings and they always deliver. The banquet rooms are great and have a wonderful view. The food was pretty delicious also!

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Beautiful place awesome service! Great location. Def. going to be coming back and their bar is fun!

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Beautiful place awesome service! Great location. Def. going to be coming back and their bar is fun!

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We had always dreamed of staying here and we did on our wedding night, it was amazing. It feels luxurious from the first step to the last. The staff were great, the room was meticulously clean, the view was spectacular and of course you have the nicest restaurant right downstairs, The Saint Paul Grill. Our brunch was fantastic the next day and they even let us have late check out the next morning. Since it was our wedding night they upgraded us at no charge, we were on the top floor and must have spent at least minutes just staring out at the city below, it was so beautiful. They even use all Aveda products in the room. It was a little expensive, but nonetheless unforgettable. You have to try it at least once.

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We had always dreamed of staying here and we did on our wedding night, it was amazing. It feels luxurious from the first step to the last. The staff were great, the room was meticulously clean, the view was spectacular and of course you have the nicest restaurant right downstairs, The Saint Paul Grill. Our brunch was fantastic the next day and they even let us have late check out the next morning. Since it was our wedding night they upgraded us at no charge, we were on the top floor and must have spent at least minutes just staring out at the city below, it was so beautiful. They even use all Aveda products in the room. It was a little expensive, but nonetheless unforgettable. You have to try it at least once.

Pros: Gorgeous hotel throughout, amazing resturant and fantastic staff.

Cons: Too expensive to stay for long.

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I will confess to a bit of a bias. My father began working at the St. Paul in 1934, and worked in the Grill for 40 years. My wife and I are dual-career professionals, and when we get a chance for a really special time away, the St. Paul has been one of our special places.

The St. Paul has a 95 year history of excellence. It has been the place of presidents, movie stars and the uber-wealthy of the old money of the midwest. The St. Paul is unlike any other hotel in the Twin Cities. It is simply old, classy, impeccable and smooth; more like Europe than anything I've seen in the US. It's walnut and old marble.

The food in the Grill is the best it's been in its history, and among the best now in the Twin Cities. It is a classic roadhouse- go for the beef and don't miss the hash browns. Everything I've eaten there in the last decade has been superlative. Service is very attentive, respectful and warm.

The St. Paul came upon hard times from the mid-60's until it closed about 1980. Even in its darkest days, many of its staff remained loyal and could not be enticed away by much more lucrative offers. That same type of esprit de corps lives on in the St. Paul today; Since it reopened in 1983, it's been remodeled twice, and the white lady has never been prouder. You owe it to yourself to try it.

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I will confess to a bit of a bias. My father began working at the St. Paul in 1934, and worked in the Grill for 40 years. My wife and I are dual-career professionals, and when we get a chance for a really special time away, the St. Paul has been one of our special places.

The St. Paul has a 95 year history of excellence. It has been the place of presidents, movie stars and the uber-wealthy of the old money of the midwest. The St. Paul is unlike any other hotel in the Twin Cities. It is simply old, classy, impeccable and smooth; more like Europe than anything I've seen in the US. It's walnut and old marble.

The food in the Grill is the best it's been in its history, and among the best now in the Twin Cities. It is a classic roadhouse- go for the beef and don't miss the hash browns. Everything I've eaten there in the last decade has been superlative. Service is very attentive, respectful and warm.

The St. Paul came upon hard times from the mid-60's until it closed about 1980. Even in its darkest days, many of its staff remained loyal and could not be enticed away by much more lucrative offers. That same type of esprit de corps lives on in the St. Paul today; Since it reopened in 1983, it's been remodeled twice, and the white lady has never been prouder. You owe it to yourself to try it.

Pros: A true "grand hotel."

Cons: Not Motel 6

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I recently stayed at The Saint Paul Hotel on multiple occasions. I always encountered professional, helpful and friendly service staff. Since the recent renovation, the rooms and the lobby are really beautiful. I would definitely recommend this hotel. The Saint Paul Hotel is a classic place to stay.

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I recently stayed at The Saint Paul Hotel on multiple occasions. I always encountered professional, helpful and friendly service staff. Since the recent renovation, the rooms and the lobby are really beautiful. I would definitely recommend this hotel. The Saint Paul Hotel is a classic place to stay.

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St Paul Hotel is one of the landmark hotels of America. Its just beautiful inside and outside, and rooms are very pleasant. The hotel offers great service and prime location, whether you are traveling for pleasure or business. St Paul Hotel is expensive and thats expected, but make sure you find out what your total is when making reservations. Our second night was significantly higher than first, but when we booked over the phone, the first night rate was the only one mentioned unpleasant surprise.

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St Paul Hotel is one of the landmark hotels of America. Its just beautiful inside and outside, and rooms are very pleasant. The hotel offers great service and prime location, whether you are traveling for pleasure or business. St Paul Hotel is expensive and thats expected, but make sure you find out what your total is when making reservations. Our second night was significantly higher than first, but when we booked over the phone, the first night rate was the only one mentioned unpleasant surprise.

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This hotel is very nicely decorated and the view from our hotel window was great. It was overlooking Rice Park. This hotel is from 1910, the history with the hotel is great. The prices are a little high but I think they were worth it.

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This hotel is very nicely decorated and the view from our hotel window was great. It was overlooking Rice Park. This hotel is from 1910, the history with the hotel is great. The prices are a little high but I think they were worth it.

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Can't say enough about this Minnesota icon! From the moment we drove up and were greeted by the bellman to checking out it was fabulous!
Keep up the excellent work!

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Can't say enough about this Minnesota icon! From the moment we drove up and were greeted by the bellman to checking out it was fabulous!
Keep up the excellent work!

Pros: Service, Food, Staff

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I think the St. Paul Hotel is the most comfortable hotel I have ever stayed in. It is beautiful, elegant and has wonderful restaurants. It is my favorite getaway.

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I think the St. Paul Hotel is the most comfortable hotel I have ever stayed in. It is beautiful, elegant and has wonderful restaurants. It is my favorite getaway.

Pros: valet parking, great beds

Cons: crowded parking

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A wonderful old luxury of a hotel with some of the best fried chicken, honey and biscuits in the world!

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A wonderful old luxury of a hotel with some of the best fried chicken, honey and biscuits in the world!

Pros: beautiful

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Stayed here a few years ago and it was a very very memorable occasion. Service was excellent. I had one of the best room service breakfasts in my life. Stayed at the Marquette a year later and their breakfast room service was very poor!

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Stayed here a few years ago and it was a very very memorable occasion. Service was excellent. I had one of the best room service breakfasts in my life. Stayed at the Marquette a year later and their breakfast room service was very poor!

Pros: Valet Parking, Room Service

 

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