In the heart of downtown St. Paul, this hotel has welcomed movers, shakers, railroad tycoons, and the curious traveler since 1910. In the intervening 10-some decades, the hotel has feted the likes of Charles Lindbergh, Ma Barker, and Leon Gleckman (the "Al Capone of St. Paul"). The rooms tend to be decorated in a romantic fashion; the most notable features are four-poster beds, elaborate claw foot baths, and a range of Chippendale-style dressers. The rooms also include custom-designed mattresses, granite vanities, and salon-quality bath products. Deluxe king rooms are perfect for a couple, and there are a range of suites available, including the elaborate Park Suite, which features an elegant dining table which seats 10. One of the additional nice touches at the hotel is the presence of a full-time horticulturalist, which means the grounds are attractively landscaped during all four seasons.