Visit Saint Paul

Convention center21,485 sq. m
Guest rooms
Guest rooms at one hotel
Special event venues
Average room rate$121.00
Daily food cost$71.00
Occupancy rate
Tax rate7%

Visit Saint Paul


Why Choose Our Destination?

Welcome to Saint Paul, Minnesota! For people seeking truly unique urban experiences, Saint Paul is Minnesota's must-see capital, a Mississippi River landmark where adventure and inspiration meet unparalleled innovation, transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. 5 Reasons to choose Saint Paul 1. First Class Accommodations 2. Location, Location, Location 3. Convention Center 4. Attractions 5. Clean, Safe & Walkable (including a temperature controlled, indoor skyway system) Saint Paul can keep you and your meeting attendees as busy or as relaxed as you like. Whether you enjoy shopping, dining, the arts, entertainment, or the great outdoors, we really aren't exaggerating when we say we have it all.

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Distance from airport

  • Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport

    12.87 km from city center


Local Attractions

Farmers' Market

Voted the best place to take out-of-town visitors by local publication City Pages, the Saint Paul Farmers' Market has supplied the local community with only the freshest, locally grown produce directly from producer to consumer for the past 150-plus years. In addition to high-quality, locally-grown produce you'll find: baked goods, cheeses, poultry, buffalo, venison, beef, pork, lamb, maple syrup, eggs, bagel sandwiches, honey, organic plants and produce, flowers, plants, shrubs and many other items.
290 5th St E
Saint Paul, MN, US 55101

Science Museum of Minnesota

Experiment. Discover. Investigate. The Science Museum of Minnesota's mission is: turn on the science: realizing the potential of policy makers, educators, and individuals to achieve full civic and economic participation in the world. The Science Museum offers one-of-a-kind exhibits, larger than life Omnitheater films and a priceless collection of nearly two million artifacts from around the globe make the Science Museum of Minnesota a must see destination for all ages.
120 W Kellogg Blvd
Saint Paul, MN, US 55102

Arts & Entertainment

Saint Paul boasts more than 52,000 theater seats, three world-class museums, legendary historic sites and a vibrant arts and entertainment community. Each year, 7 million visitors come to see world-renowned groups like the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, national treasures like Penumbra Theatre Company, and a music scene ranging from Jazz to Rock.

Como Park Zoo & Conservatory

Como Zoo and the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory offer a year-round close up look at the wonders of the plant and animal kingdoms. Como Zoo exhibits large cats, polar bears, gorillas, giraffes, sea lions and much more.
1225 Estabrook Dr
Saint Paul, MN, US 55103

Xcel Energy Center

Convention center
Since 2000, the Xcel Energy Center has been regarded as one of the finest arenas in the world. Located in downtown Saint Paul and a part of the convention center complex, this state-of-the-art multi-purpose facility is home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild and hosts more than 150 sporting and entertainment events each year.
199 West Kellogg Boulevard
Saint Paul, MN, US 55102

Minnesota History Center

An interactive museum with both permanent and changing exhibits. The Minnesota History Center hosts concerts, lectures, family days and other special event throughout the year. The building is also home to the Gale Family Library and archives, a research destination for schoolchildren, family historians and academics. The Minnesota History Center’s distinctive architecture adds a unique ambiance for events from 50-1,500 guests. Constructed of Minnesota granite and limestone with marble accents, the History Center’s spaces offer classic flair with grand vistas of the State Capitol, Cathedral of Saint Paul and the downtown Saint Paul skyline.
345 Kellogg Blvd W
Saint Paul, MN, US 55102

Padelford Riverboat Cruises

For an unforgettable day on the Mississippi River, climb aboard a sightseeing tour conducted by Padelford Riverboats as they showcase the beauty of Saint Paul and its surrounding areas with guiding voice narration.
205 Dr Justus Ohage Blvd
Saint Paul, MN, US 55107

James J. Hill House

Historical landmark
Guides of the James J. Hill House lead historic tours that help visitors imagine family and servant life in the Gilded Age mansion. Hill, builder of the Great Northern Railway, owned this historic piece of Minnesota architecture on Summit.
240 Summit Avenue
Saint Paul, MN, US 55102



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