The Saint Paul Hotel

Address: 350 Market St, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55102, United States | Hotel
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Saint Paul Hotel

    We loved it.

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    Gorgeous look, great rate on the internet, $159 with taxes. Lush beds.

    Very good hotel!

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    It is a very good business hotel, spacious rooms, nice bathroom. Staff is very helpful, although information is not always correct.

    This hotel is certainly worth his price, great value! I would even dare to say it was "cheap"

    The grill serves delicious food, but I found it relatively expensive.

    I love this hotel

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    I love this hotel! First, it's a lovely building. I had a gorgeous and spacious room on the 10th floor. Oh my god, the view was wonderful. The service was so professional, anything I needed, I got. The staff was so friendly, they made me feel so welcome. I love the new lobby bar--though I also like the old bar. I usually stay at the Radisson Riverfront and am so stressed out by the end of the weekend--this was a treat to be so pampered. I ate breakfast in the cafe, it was fantastic. Everything was done so perfectly. And the location is also perfect. I love this hotel.

    Absolutely wonderful

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    This is a $200+ hotel value. Absolutely beautifully appointed rooms with that special touch of style which makes staying at this hotel such a pleasure. Bathrooms with marble, good shower, rooms with free high speed internet. Breakfast is expensive, both in room and in the restaurant. Overall this is a hotel that would be my clear favorite to stay in this city. One of those places that outdoes any Marriott or Starwood or Ritz Carlton with its sure sens of style, comfort, and personal touch.

    Classy

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    Everything we expected: luxury, professionalism, clean, comfortable, great service, phenomenal food. We have absolutely no complaints. There is a reason this hotel is voted a top 100 hotel in the entire United States.

    Great Place to Stay

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    I stayed here on November 17, 2004 and everything was perfect. The staff were terrific and the renovated rooms were absolutely beautiful and very clean. I ordered room service because I was too tired and not feeling well to go out and the food arrived hot and was very good. The staff was quick to bring anything that you needed and they always delivered with with a smile. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the St Paul area. I look forward to staying again next week on business.

    A Perfect Date

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    My husband and I went to the Michael W Smith Christmas concert at the Excel and walked to the St Paul Hotel for the night. It was a romantic evening with Rice Park all lite up with lights and the skating rink had just opened up to create the true Christmas scene. The hotel was all decked out with evergreen and holly. We ate breakfast at the St Paul Grille and our date away from home was perfect.

    Wonderful

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    I stayed in this hotel in July. It is beautiful and St. Paul is a wonderful city in the summer. Perfect weather, very walkable. The hotel was nice with GREAT service. This would be the only place I would stay at in St. Paul.

    Best hotel ever

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    My husband and I stayed here last year. We've stayed in several hotels in St. Paul but this was by FAR the best. It's beautiful. The staff are exceptional. The rooms are wonderful. We got a call 5 minutes after getting to our room to make sure everything was OK. We LOVE their restaurant, The St. Paul Grille. The food is expensive but as elegant and good as you'll get anywhere in town.

    Parking is expensive but not that much more than at any other hotels downtown, plus it's valet so you don't have to spend forever finding a spot in a ramp. Definitely worth the money.

    The 4th of July

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    We stayed at The Saint Paul Hotel on the fourth of July of 2003. We had recieved the 99.00 room rate (the fourth of July holiday rate). It was the most elegant hotel we have ever stayed at. Our hotel room was the simple standard room, but very elegant, anything you wanted sent to your room was free of charge. The hotel staff was very kind and polite.

    The only drawback was the parking. Parking is 18.00 at the hotel selfpark or velet, The other drawback was the cost to eat there, it is expensive twice over, and they do not have a pool. But I still recomend you to stay at this hotel, and the best time to stay there is during the holiday's you will a good rate for a luxerious historic hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Saint Paul Hotel

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Saint Paul

    Fun Fest and St.Paul

    A travel blog entry by backpackingdee on Jul 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... times they came around. I bought a few but didn't have much luck and neither did my uncle. But of course, lucky David won! He picked out 5 packages of 1lb ground beef! It was pretty exciting to have a winner amongst us :) Bingo started a bit later and for $1 a game we thought why not. And of course a few games in David won! $52 was the winning total which was exciting to have some spending money for our trip. ...

    So it begins..

    A travel blog entry by brennaesch on Jan 19, 2014

    ... watched The Great Gatsby, then chilled out with Delta's surprisingly decent music collection. ..... Montpellier! In our hotel for this first night, orientation tomorrow, and I'll be in my apartment by 4. My shower expelled the last bit of energy I needed to remain vertical, so Sarah, Julie, and I are going to watch Frozen in an attempt to stay awake until the sun actually sets. I definitely don't want to have to go through everything tomorrow as exhausted as I have been today. ...

    To the Fair

    A travel blog entry by tinabacasgibson on Aug 26, 2013

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... to explain to us the difference between blue-ribbon corn and the rest of corn.

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    Splitting Apart

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 19, 2013

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    Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by erik.johnson on Mar 22, 2012

    ... the idea that I'd learn about
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    perhaps something larger in the future. Well, I've learned a bit about
    actual gardening part but not much. Instead I learned a whole lot more
    about life and the different ways people live it and feel fulfilled (well maybe fulfilled).
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