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St. Paul Minnesota Accommodations

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The St. Paul center point is around 1 mile northeast of St. Paul. MN and 1 mile northeast of Indian Mounds Park.

St. Paul, one of Minnesota's famous Twin Cities, is known as America's most livable city, but you needn't be a resident to appreciate the state's capital. It might be a little smaller than its sister city Minneapolis, but there's plenty for visitors to see and do in this thriving metropolis. More from this guide...

St. Paul Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Super 8 St. Paul
1739 Old Hudson Rd., St. Paul, MN 55106
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • 97 rooms in hotel
  • More comfort would be nice
  • No smoke alarm
Doubletree Saint Paul East 2201 Burns Ave., St Paul, MN 55119 ~2.00 miles southeast of St. Paul
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • 9 meeting rooms in hotel
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Livinn Hotel in Maplewood 285 Century Ave. North, Maplewood, MN 55119 ~2.70 miles east of St. Paul
  • Economy Lake property
  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
  • Front desk clerk was very professional and polite
Country Inn & Suites St. Paul East (Woodbury) in Woodbury 6003 Hudson Rd., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~2.90 miles southeast of St. Paul
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 99 rooms
  • Easily accessible by car, said 100%
  • Entrance area is not particularly attractive
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Hyatt Place St. Paul / Downtown 180 East Kellogg Blvd., St Paul, MN 55101 ~3.02 miles southwest of St. Paul
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
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Embassy Suites St. Paul 175 10th St. East, St Paul, MN 55101 ~3.06 miles west of St. Paul
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • Free breakfast
  • Freeway were noisy
  • Wifi quality could be improved
Doubletree by Hilton St. Paul Downtown 411 Minnesota St., St Paul, MN 55101 ~3.26 miles west of St. Paul
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 4 suites
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Hotel 340 : 340 Cedar St. 340 Cedar St., Saint Paul, MN 55101 ~3.27 miles southwest of St. Paul
  • 4-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 13 floors
Intercontinental Saint Paul Riverfront 11 Kellogg Blvd. East, St Paul, MN 55101 ~3.33 miles southwest of St. Paul
  • High-end Riverfront hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
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The Saint Paul Hotel 350 Market St., St Paul, MN 55102 ~3.48 miles west of St. Paul
  • High-end Downtown property
  • 255 rooms in property
  • Excellent valet parking
  • The majority of guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
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Best Western Plus Capitol Ridge : 161 Saint Anthony Ave. 161 Saint Anthony Ave., Saint Paul, MN 55103 ~3.76 miles west of St. Paul
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • 10 floors in property
Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown St. Paul - St. Paul 200 West 7th St., St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 160 sleeping rooms in hotel
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Holiday Inn St. Paul Downtown : 175 West 7th St.
175 West 7th St., St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 195 rooms
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Best Western Regency Plaza Hotel St. Paul East : 970 Helena Ave. North 970 Helena Ave. North, Oakdale, MN 55128 ~3.92 miles east of St. Paul
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • 3 floors in hotel
Residence Inn St. Paul Downtown in St. Paul 200 Grand Ave., St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 5 floors in hotel
Hampton Inn Woodbury 1450 Weir Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~4.26 miles southeast of St. Paul
  • Mid-scale Suburban property
  • Check in time: 2:00PM
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Great shopping
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The Sheraton St. Paul / Woodbury 676 Bielenberg Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~4.34 miles east of St. Paul
  • 4-star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 5 floors
  • Enjoyable stay
  • Most guests said the reception staff was great
La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Paul Woodbury 700 Bielenberg Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~4.43 miles east of St. Paul
  • Midscale Suburban hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
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Red Roof Inn in Woodbury
1806 Wooddale Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~4.56 miles southeast of St. Paul
  • 2-star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 2 floors
  • AC needs updating
  • Almost all guests thought rooms were spacious
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott St. Paul Northeast 1125 East County Rd. East, Vadnais Heights, MN 55110 ~4.75 miles north of St. Paul
  • 3-star property
  • 4 floors in property
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Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Oakdale / Woodbury (St. Paul) 436 Imperial Ave. North, Oakdale, MN 55128 ~4.91 miles east of St. Paul
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • 30 suites in property
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Hilton Garden Inn St. Paul / Oakdale in Oakdale 420 Inwood Ave., Oakdale, MN 55128 ~4.98 miles east of St. Paul
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • 4 suites in property
  • Most guests thought the building was wonderful
  • Nice clean rooms
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Holiday Inn & Suites Lake Elmo in Lake Elmo 8511 Hudson Blvd., Lake Elmo, MN 55042 ~5.12 miles east of St. Paul
  • Midscale property
  • Check in: 4:00 PM
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Courtyard Woodbury 185 Radio Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~5.22 miles east of St. Paul
  • Midscale property
  • Check in: 03:00
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Residence Inn 205 Radio Dr., Woodbury, MN 55125 ~5.24 miles east of St. Paul
  • Affordable property
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Looking at St. Paul now, you could forget the city's humble beginnings. Before European settlement, the region was home to the Hopewell people and later the Mdewakanton Dakota. Zebulon Pike, a U.S. Army officer, negotiated with the Dakota people to obtain 100,000 acres of local land for a fort, which would become Fort Snelling. Through 1837, the U.S. Government obtained all local tribal land. Without ownership of the land, the Native American people moved further south. Fur traders, missionaries, and explorers took their place, using the fort for protection in the wilderness.

The area where St. Paul now stands was originally a collection of villages with names like Pig's Eye, named after fur trader turned bootlegger Pierre “Pig's Eye” Parrant, and Lambert's Landing. These villages merged and became the city we now know as St. Paul. Lucien Galtier, the area's first Catholic pastor, insisted on the new religious moniker. In 1849, St. Paul was named Minnesota's capital. It retained its status when Minnesota joined the union nine years later.

Much has changed since those early days. Skyscrapers began springing up in the 1970s. In the 1980s, St. Paul's tallest buildings, Galtier Plaza, The Pointe of Saint Paul condos, and of course, the towering Wells Fargo Place joined the cityscape. The 1990s and 2000s were characterized by heavy immigration, especially from Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, and Cambodia. New ethnicities have helped make St. Paul the culturally diverse city it is today.

When to Visit St. Paul, MN

St. Paul puts its best foot forward during summer. Daily highs sit around 80 degrees, luring locals and tourists alike to Pig's Eye Lake, Lake Phalen, and Lake Como, and other outdoor locations. It's also when St. Paul hosts festivals including Grand Old Day and Twin Cities Pride. The only problem is, St. Paul is so good in summer everyone wants to visit. Make sure you book well in advance to secure your hotel of choice. You should also expect to pay more than you would in the shoulder season.

If you're counting your pennies, you could get a great deal during spring or fall. The weather is quite changeable during these seasons, so prepare for the unexpected by dressing in layers and always carrying an umbrella. It could be around freezing or sitting comfortably in the 60s or 70s. The city is very pretty during these seasons though, with blooming flowers in spring and vibrantly colored leaves during fall.

Just leave winter for the locals. It's bitterly cold, with temperatures rarely climbing above freezing. St. Paul gets around 40 inches of snow each year and most falls during winter.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in St. Paul, MN:

seasonality of hotel rates in St. Paul

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts displaying average rate trends by star rating class in St. Paul, MN. Analyze these charts to determine the least expensive time to stay in St. Paul for any future trips.

Luxury Hotel Options in St. Paul, MN

4 Star Average Prices: $119.83

Luxury is what St. Paul does best. Enjoy expertly appointed rooms and facilities that are second-to-none at the following St. Paul hotels.

Hotel 340 is the city's only independent luxury boutique hotel. Its beautiful guestrooms feature cherry wood floors, premium beds with down comforters and hypoallergenic pillows, European-style bathrooms, and large flat-screen TVs. Wi-Fi is free in all guestrooms and selected shared spaces. The free continental breakfast is a cut above, with Belgian waffles, oatmeal, pastries, muffins, fresh fruit, hard-boiled eggs, and other morning favorites. If you're feeling guilty about over-indulging, enjoy your complimentary access to the Saint Paul Athletic Club, which occupies the building's fourth to ninth floors.

InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront has one of the city's most enviable locations, on the banks of the Mississippi River. Classic rooms, executive rooms, and suites offer varying levels of space and comfort, although none could be accused of being basic. While there are many restaurants around the hotel, the Citizen Supper Club on site is an excellent option when you'd rather stay in. It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and a limited room service menu 24/7. Turndown service, private limousines, and an executive club level are all available for the InterContinental's valued guests.

4 Star Hotel Prices in St. Paul

Affordable Hotel Options in St. Paul, MN

3 Star Average Prices: $101.49

As a major urban center, St. Paul welcomes so many tourists, its hotels are usually more expensive than in smaller cities. However, you can always count on the following motels and hotels for a great deal.

The rooms at Motel 6 St. Paul I-94 have a retro charm, with brightly-colored comforters and wood-grain furnishings. There's a fitness center, TVs with expanded cable and there's free Wi-Fi in all rooms. While there's no on-site restaurant, it's not far from a Popeye's, KFC, and other local eateries. There aren't coffee-making facilities in the rooms, but you can get cups of this life-giving elixir from the lobby until 10 a.m.

Hotel Metro St. Paul 3M Area gets its name because it's across from the 3M International Headquarters. Its business district location is ideal for anyone traveling to St. Paul for work. The free Wi-Fi will help you stay productive and keep your social media accounts active. The hotel's East Metro location isn't close to St. Paul's attractions, but the complimentary shuttle will take you downtown. The rooms are modern and well-appointed, with double pillow-top mattresses, fridges, and premium Keurig coffee makers. McKnights Bar and Grill serves a continental breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day.

3 Star Hotel Prices in St. Paul

2 Star Average Prices: $71.01

2 Star Hotel Prices in St. Paul

Where are the real discounts in St. Paul

Some St. Paul hotels sweeten their rates for some travelers. If you're lucky, you could save plenty at these St. Paul hotels renowned for their big discounts.

AAA and CAA members save 5 percent on DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Paul Downtown rooms. When traveling with family, these auto club members also enjoy breakfast for two adults and two children and premium Wi-Fi access. AARP members also get a 5 percent discount. Further discounts benefit seniors, government employees, and military personnel. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Paul Downtown makes all guests feel special. Staffers greet guests with a smile and a chocolate chip cookie on arrival. There's an indoor heated pool and fitness center as well as two restaurants: Rival House Sporting Parlour and Town Grill.

Holiday Inn St. Paul Downtown rewards early bookers who prepay their stay with special rates and breakfast. It also discounts the room rates for seniors, military workers, and government officials. The modern rooms have a neutral color palette to help you relax and get a great night's sleep. Before your head hits the pillow, enjoy premium cable channels on the flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. The Holiday Inn St. Paul Downtown's central location makes exploring on foot easy, but if you'd rather save your legs you can take the free shuttle anywhere within 5 miles of the hotel.

Best Value Options in St. Paul, MN

For real value, look for mid-priced hotels in St. Paul. These establishments are renowned for delivering just what guests want at a reasonable price.

Hyatt Place St. Paul/Downtown is St. Paul's newest hotel, although it has deep historic roots. It was built in 1933 and started its life as Custom House before receiving its modern makeover. The rooms are spacious and sophisticated, with a muted scheme that instantly calms. Each one features comfortable Hyatt Grand Beds, Cozy Corner sofa beds, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, and large windows for taking in the views of St. Paul. There's an indoor pool for year-round swimming and StayFit Gym open 24 hours for late night or early morning workouts.

Best Western Plus Como Park Hotel prides itself on being the closest hotel to the Minnesota State Fair Grounds. With its great value room rates, it always books quickly when the venue hosts events. It's a great place to stay at any time of year though, with generous, well-appointed rooms. The heated indoor pool and spa are ideal for soothing tired muscles after a busy day sightseeing.

Satisfy Your Cravings at the Best Restaurant Strips in St. Paul, MN

St. Paul is a foodie's paradise, with several strips offering a wealth of gourmet experiences.

West 7th Street has a cool hipster vibe, with restaurants such as Mancini's Char House and Lounge, and Bennett's Chop and Railhouse serving rustic fare.

Selby Avenue has a quirky charm and plenty of diversity. The Neighborhood Café, Augustine's Bar and Bakery, and Blue Door Pub are some of this strip's finest.

Grand Avenue is also a mixed bag, offering everything from the humble dining of Bread and Chocolate, to the gastronomic delights of The Lexington. You'll find cafes with sidewalk tables for alfresco dining and pubs where you're treated like a local, in this fun area.

Lowertown is a relatively new addition to St. Paul's restaurant scene, but it has everyone buzzing, thanks to creative eateries including Big River Pizza, OxCart Ale House and Saint Dinette.

One of the twin cities, St. Paul offers a wealth of recreational opportunities for travelers of all tastes. If you've never visited St. Paul, what are you waiting for? There's no better time to start planning your Minnesota getaway.

Recent traveler guest reviews of St. Paul, MN

Below are reviews of the city of St. Paul, MN from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Good Location"
Score 4.0 / 5

It was just close to the church.

Adeline R., from 07-Jul-2016
The average traveler rating of the city of St. Paul, MN shown above is 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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