• Customized services
• Stories written in spaces
• Experience elevated
What comes to mind when you think ‘boutique?’ Is it small and quaint, vibrant and diverse, large but customized, or a culmination of the above?
The Midwest is home to many ‘boutique’ style locations of all sizes, with great architecture, stories, and spaces to intrigue all of your attendees.
The Historic Park Inn offers 27 guestrooms, with no two alike and a variety of meeting and event space. The Ballroom, which used to be a bank, is their largest at 2,400 sq. ft..
The Inn also boasts, the 1910 Grille, a five-star restaurant catering to small groups utilizing the venue. At the end of the night, enjoy a high-end cocktail and a hand at billiards on their 100 year old billiards table.
History and beauty shine in Mineral Point, WI where attendees can choose from an array of quaint cottages, hotels, and inns. The uniquely restored limestone accommodations create a calming atmosphere. A restored 1854 stone warehouse, The Brewery Creek Inn, is a three-story limestone building housing five guestrooms above a brewpub restaurant. “Our restaurant is a small one,” said Jeff Donaghue, Owner and Innkeeper, “We [also] have a small lounge area on the second floor where we serve breakfast for eight to ten Inn guests in the morning.” The people of Mineral Point work together to provide groups with great accommodations. “Usually when we have a request for meeting space we partner with the Walker House next to us across Brewery Creek,” explained Donaghue. The Walker House can provide space for up to 500 guests for events and both locations are within walking distance of the Shake Rag Alley that is known for its vibrant arts, theatre, and cultural events.
Want to immerse your group in old-world charm without leaving the city? The Saint Paul Hotel in St. Paul, MN was built in 1910 and is conveniently located in the heart of downtown St. Paul. Elegant accommodations and views await guests while planners have 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space at their fingertips. For an added experience, attendees can enjoy a five-course, two-hour Afternoon Tea with Silver Service.
Boutique hotels envelop guests in new ways, whether with historical immersion or uniquely customized services. When service and experience unite, your attendees will feel the chicness of choices well made.