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350 Market St St Paul, MN 55102
350 Market StreetUSMinnesotaSaint Paul55102
(651) 292-9292saintpaulhotel.com
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Landmark hotel built in 1910 offering elegant, rooms, a classic American grill & cocktail bar.- Google
"Excellent service, high quality, delicious food."
"Comfortable room, great food and atmosphere, in a very convenient location."
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Stephen Whiting
a month ago
Hotel tried to (very incorrectly) charge us a $250 room smoking fee based on ashes found on a room service tray in the hallway and a "smell of smoke" in our room. We didn't find out until we got our bill 2 days later. Since my wife, myself nor our 3 y/o weren't smoking cigars over breakfast prior to a day at the zoo (or any other time in our lives) I tried to resolve the issue with the front desk they informed me of the detailed forensics evidence against us and if we wanted to argue about it we could wait until 10 AM when a manager would be available. After a minor emotional event a manager removed the charge, without any apology to my wife or myself (in fact the tone the entire time was that they didn't believe us). Completely unacceptable, if a 5 star hotel is going to accuse my little family of smoking cigars and charge us a night's stay over it they should have talked to us. Extremely dissapointing, completely ruined an otherwise nice visit.
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Ralph WD
2 weeks ago
2nd best presentation of any hotel I've seen in the Twin Cities. I would rate this place as unnecessarily expensive though. I was a guest of someone else for a bit and was severely underdressed to their standards apperantly and got treated pretty poorly by the staff on my way out. Definitely a snobby hotel but the facilities themselves are fine.
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Matthew Quast
2 months ago
The St Paul grill is the diamond restaurant of the twinscities. I go here for a meal that makes me feel like I'm on vacation. Service is exemplar and the food and cocktails are the finest I've had it the Midwest. I might be bias to it, but I love it. #stpaulgrillisdelicious
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Scott F
3 months ago
Booked three nights last week, but checked out after the first night, when we found a broken crack pipe and syringe with blood in it, behind a table, they do NOT do extensive cleaning, the back of the television had at least two weeks of dust coated on it. None of us were able to even warm water to shower!!!! And our discount was not taken off the bill and when we asked to speak to the manager when we checked bout early, we were told he was on break and couldn't be bothered!!! The towel in the restroom by the entrance had blood stains , as well as every toilet seat in the men's room was covered in urine. Our family has been staying here bonce a year for three generations, and this was definitely our last visit. The double tree (Old Hilton on 6th, )is cheaper, has top notch customer service and their rooms are were cleaner than I've gotten at The Saint Paul in three decades. Reported to the Health Department along with photos, as well as the BBB.
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Nicole Reza
in the last week
i had very high expectations of this hotel, based on reviews and word of mouth. i was pretty disappointed t in the service we received and i did not think this was worth $300/night. things to note- a broken elevator really raised the traffic of trying to go ANYWHERE- including the fitness center, or simply downstairs to get a glass of wine. it was a 20 minute ordeal. secondly, a broken elevator is one thing, but a broken elevator light is just obnoxious. the entire valet situation is a mess. to leave the hotel was another 20 minute wait. we were also charged an extra night that we had to get removed from our bill. i was pretty turned off when i came to the hotel and it took 4 men 8 minutes to realize i was standing there waiting for someone to take my car. i truly think the entry way is one of the biggest reasons why downtown st. paul has traffic in the first place. finally- for a hotel to have such a high reputation and to charge individuals $3 for a k-cup in the room is probably the most ridiculous thing i have seen to date. coffee should be complimentary, and it always has been, even in the cheap motel 8. i don't think it was worth the mess.
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Diane Clarke
3 months ago
Wonderfully appointed, restored but current. Clean, gracious. Friendly staff. Rooms are beautiful and quiet. Comfortable beds and pillows. Needs less salt in many foods. Needs a hot tub when it's so cold here.
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Michael Phillips
2 months ago
I guess this place is nice now, it keeps popping up when I'm looking for a place to stay in St. Paul. But my review is for the Hotel St. Paul when it was little more than a dingy, decaying flophouse. My friend Jimmy worked in the parking garage there so sometimes we'd get a room when there was a concert at the civic center, which is right on the other side of Rice Park. But man oh man, was the place a dump. Ever see the movie Barfly? They could have filmed the hotel scenes in the Hotel St. Paul in those days. Once the TV in my room stopped working so I just wheeled it down the hall and left it by the elevator, and went into an empty room (many of the doors were left open) and took another one as a replacement. Another time the "maid," such as she was, pilfered my bottle of whiskey from the dresser drawer. I was just a teenager, so when I went to the front desk to complain, the guy squinted at me for a few seconds, told me to "f*** off," and went back to watching a football game on a tiny black and white TV. But I showed him. I went back up to my room, removed the screens from all of the windows and tossed them down into the overgrown "courtyard" below. I'm not proud of that. Like I said, I was a teenager, and I did a lot of things I'm not proud of. But it was much more enjoyable in the room with proper ventilation, that's a fact. The mosquitoes were worse, but you'd expect that. So the Hotel St. Paul was a filthy flop full of derelicts and losers (myself and my friends included). Which is why I give it five stars. For the sheer, palpable *experience* of the place. I'll never forget it.
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Tim Lunsford
a week ago
Historic hotel in downtown St Paul across the square from the Orpheum. Great rooms with exceptionally comfortable beds. Staff is friendly and accommodating.