The St. Paul Hotel | 350 Market Street | St. Paul, Minnesota 

To make reservations, please call 800-292-9292 and reference IRSG to get the negotiated rate of $169/per night ++ or go online to reserve by visiting The Saint Paul Hotel, select the arrival and departure dates and enter 190503IRSG as the group/block code.

Regarded as one of the nation’s premier hotels The Saint Paul Hotel is the gem of our namesake city. From President John F. Kennedy to Charles Lindberg, The Hotel has hosted some of America’s most defining figures in addition to thousands of leisure and business travelers.
Guests from around the country have come to know The Saint Paul Hotel’s trademark style, sophistication and comfort.
— The Saint Paul Hotel


MSP has one airfield with four runways and two terminal buildings - Terminal 1-Lindbergh and Terminal 2-Humphrey - each with adjoining parking ramp facilities. Travelers who need to transfer from one terminal to the other use the light rail transit service. There is no pedestrian access between the buildings.

Terminal 1 is the main international airport and services the larger airlines. Terminal 2 services airlines such as Southwest, SunCountry, and jetBlue.  

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (Terminal 1)

Hubert H. Humphrey Terminal (Terminal 2)



Find a classic chop and steakhouse, family-friendly restaurant, or venture into one of Saint Paul’s colorful neighborhoods and expand your horizons at an authentic ethnic joint. Few cities in America combine culture and cuisine as seamlessly as Saint Paul. You can dine around the world with restaurants representing the following cultures: Irish, Dutch, German, Greek, Russian, Chinese, Asian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Nepali, Indian, Afghani, Meditteranean, Italian, French, Carribean, Mexican and American.

Everybody loves a great restaurant but a dining district takes it to a whole new level where pre-dinner drinks, entrees and dessert can be enjoyed at a collection of different restaurants.  Saint Paul's restaurant scene continues to grow and district's are emerging throughout the city along Selby Avenue, Grand Avenue, Payne Avenue and West 7th Street as well as Lowertown.

Click here to enjoy this melting pot of cultures for your dining experience.

Historic Mickey's Diner

Historic Mickey's Diner

Cossetta's Italian Market

Cossetta's Italian Market

West 7th Dining District

West 7th Dining District


Come early or stay after the conference to enjoy all that St. Paul has to offer!