The Saint Paul Hotel
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The Saint Paul Hotel


The Saint Paul Hotel is a luxurious European-style hotel erected in 1910 by local industrialist Lucius P. Ordway and designed by Reed and Stem, who also created New York’s Grand Central Terminal. It is distinguished by gorgeous Italian Renaissance Revival architecture. The Saint Paul Hotel blends early 20th-century grandeur with modern comforts, and is renowned for its refinement, first-rate service, and courteous suites. The hotel, which overlooks historic Rice Park and is positioned in the center of St. Paul’s economic and cultural districts, provides guests with a haven of calm in the midst of an English garden.

Venue Location + Transportation


350 Market Street,
St. Paul, Minnesota 55102