There’s a name sitting on everyone’s lips these days, and it’s “St. Paul." Once thought of as a frozen city in Minnesota, this impressive town has started to take the crown on numerous “Best Places to Visit" lists. There’s something almost nostalgic about St. Paul— like the feeling of coming home after a long trip. Maybe it’s the Victorian brick homes, café patios, or lazy river boat tours. Or maybe it’s the people, who are quick to tell you where to find the best craft beer in the city. Whatever it is about St. Paul, you have to explore it for yourself. Book your pick of hotels in St. Paul, MN and get acquainted with the easy-going town.
Visiting St. Paul
Need a starting point for your vacation? Pick up a St. Paul, MN car rental and head to Summit Avenue, where you’ll find the largest collection of Victorian buildings in America. The view is especially enchanting if you’re visiting in autumn, when the crashing colors of red and gold create envy-inducing photographs. Another lovely spot in town? The Como Park Conservatory. It was built in 1915 and features an intricate glass dome over rows of bright flowers. And if your favorite color is the shade of a pale ale, St. Paul has you covered. There’s a legion of local breweries throughout the city. Just be sure to choose a cheap hotel in St. Paul close to the pubs, so you can walk back to the lobby after a pint with the locals.
When you’re ready to wander to a place filled with good brews and a feeling of home, head to Minnesota, and count on Travelocity to connect you with the best deals on St. Paul hotels. And if you want to extend your trip and see more of the Twin Cities, we can also help you with discounts on a hotel in Minneapolis. See you here.