What are the rooms like at The Saint Paul Hotel?

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Rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Saint Paul Hotel can be broken down into two categories: suites and everything else. In the latter category you will find deluxe rooms with double, queen or king-sized beds, while king beds are in the Landmark and Executive rooms. Bathrooms boast granite vanities and full showers along with a gold décor that feels positively luxurious. Landmark and Executive rooms have cozy seating areas and large dark wood desks for plenty of room to spread out. Though if it’s space you desire, then the suites will impress. The Park Suite has its own attached parlor for an added entertaining area and the Ordway Suite has two bedrooms and three bathrooms.

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The rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended Saint Paul Hotel are appointed in a way that sets a standard in luxury. The hotel’s 254 rooms, which include 31 suites, have won awards for decades. Walls and carpets in a palette of soft cappuccino tones create a relaxing background for classic dark wood furniture, including beds updated with custom-designed mattresses, hypoallergenic pillows, and finely crafted bedding. Bathrooms in the luxury hotel boast granite countertops, Italian showerheads, toiletries from Minnesota-based Aveda, and plush robes. A fabric-padded easy chair and ottoman do double duty as desk seats, where a high-speed Internet connection is available. All lights are fitted with dimmers, and a flat-screen HDTV is positioned for easy viewing. Large windows, which actually open, face Rice Park or a downtown cityscape. Noise, either from corridors or street, is not a problem. Suites, while more spacious, offer the same decor and amenities.

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