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This is a guide to hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, and other places to stay in Stillwater, Minnesota.

Situated on the western bank of the Saint Croix River, the city has become a popular day trip destination for people in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan region. Known for its antique shops, craft shops, art galleries, restaurants, historical sites, and bed and breakfasts, Stillwater has several options for those who wish to spend the night.

Lodging options include the standard chain hotels, some of which are quite comfortable, as well as historic hotels and B&Bs.

The Rivertown Inn, built in 1884, offers eight suites and two bedchambers. The Water Street Inn began as the Lumber Exchange Building in 1890, and now includes guest rooms and suites, a restaurant, and meeting spaces. Situated in downtown Stillwater, the Lowell Inn, constructed in 1927, offers twenty-three guest rooms in the original structure, and twelve additional rooms in the annex.

Among the city's bed and breakfast facilities is the historic William Sauntry Mansion. Constructed in 1881 for William Sauntry, a lumber baron, the restored mansion serves as a B&B. Another is the Lady Goodwood Mansion, a Queen Anne Victorian home built in 1895 for James Hanson, owner of a mercantile store.

Places to stay in Stillwater, Minnesota are the focus of this category. Whether new or old, independently operated or part of a chain, Stillwater hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, guest inns, vacation rentals, timeshares, campgrounds, or other guest lodging facilities are appropriate for this category.



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