Right where you want to be.

From our front doors, step into a vibrant community, featuring fine art, music, outdoor activities, and the historic attractions of Rochester, MN. Our hotel is in the heart of the city, only blocks from the Mayo Clinic downtown and directly across the street is Saint Marys Hospital.

Nearby Medical Destinations:

Saint Marys Hospital Campus - across the street

Among areas unique to Saint Marys are:

  • Neurosurgery, including computer-assisted brain surgery and gamma knife treatment
  • Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
  • Cardiac treatment, including heart and lung transplant and robotic heart surgery
  • Emergency Department, a Level One Trauma Center, including Mayo One, Minnesota's first air ambulance service
  • Rehabilitation unit specializing in care of stroke, spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury and a Pain Rehabilitation Center to treat patients who have chronic pain
  • Ten intensive care units
  • Mayo Eugenio Litta Children's Hospital, including neonatal intensive care

Mayo Psychiatry and Psychology Treatment Center, Generose Building

Saint Marys also houses a number of research laboratories, including the General Clinical Research Center, which coordinates a wide variety of patient-related research, Gastrointestinal Research Unit, Endocrine Research Unit and Diabetes Research Unit

Mayo Clinic Main Campus - 0.8 miles

Mayo Clinic is more than a world-class hospital. It’s also home to an extensive collection of art and some of the area’s most remarkable architecture. The clinic offers self-guided and guided tours of its art collection and various wings, with an emphasis on its rich history.

Olmsted Medical Center - 1.6 miles

Federal Medical Center - 3.4 miles

Nearby Attractions:

Plummer House - 1.0 miles

The Plummer House is a stately English Tudor mansion built in 1924. Set on an 11-acre estate in the heart of modern-day Rochester, the building is open for affordable tours each summer and is used as the city’s most elegant wedding venue and event space.

Rochester Art Center - 1.1 miles

This cultural center showcases innovative and creative contemporary art in the middle of Downtown Rochester. Exhibitions include work by upcoming and established artists alike, and range from photography to film, video and other media.

Rochester Symphony Orchestra & Chorale - 1.1 miles

The Rochester Symphony Orchestra & Chorale (RSOC) is a group of 70 of the region’s most talented musicians that performs traditional and contemporary classical music selections throughout its concert season. With help from acclaimed guest artists and Rochester’s own chorale, RSOC has served as a cornerstone of the city for nearly a century.

Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial - 1.2 miles

Located in on the south end of Downtown Rochester, the Soldiers Field Veterans Memorial is the centerpiece of a beautiful city park. The memorial honors veterans from the region who died while serving America. The memorial is free and open to visitors until 10 p.m. daily.

Soldiers Field Golf Course - 1.4 miles

Rochester’s most convenient public golf course is located just south of downtown. This classic par 70 course is more about accurate shot placement than it is driving distance – at just less than 6,000 yards total, it serves as a strategic test of players’ short games.

Apache Mall - 1.4 miles

Rochester’s largest indoor shopping center, Apache Mall features anchor stores like Barnes & Noble, Macy’s, and Sears, dining destinations like Red Lobster and HuHot Mongolian Grill, and popular retailers like Gap, Express, and Coldwater Creek.

Silver Lake - 1.8 miles

This small lake is ensconced in the heart of Rochester, just to the north of downtown. The tree-lined banks provide relaxing scenery for an afternoon walk, and local services rent canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats for fun on the water.

Mayowood Mansion - 3.8 miles

This sprawling mansion, set on a lush tract of land just southwest of the city, is the creation of Dr. Charles H. Mayo, co-founder of Mayo Clinic. The 38-room Historic Mayowood Mansion, known as the “Big House,” was built in the early 20th century and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Take a tour of the grounds to see the mansion’s splendor – the house is famous for its Christmas lights.

Nearby Dining:

Canadian Honker Restaurant
Café Presto
City Market Deli
Cherry Berry
Toppers Pizza
Olive Garden
Wild Bills Sports Saloon
The Loop