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St. Paul, Minnesota, the state capital, is the quieter, more historic little sister of its twin city, Minneapolis. While Minneapolis has the massive Mall of America (actually in nearby Bloomington), St. Paul shoppers patronize independent and chain shops and restaurants in the Macalester-Groveland and Union Park districts. And Minneapolis may be home to football's Vikings and baseball's Twins, but St. Paul is home to Minnesota Wild hockey, earning the "Hockeytown, U.S.A." moniker by Sports Illustrated. The team plays between October and April at "The X," the highly praised—and usually sold out—Xcel Energy Center.

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161 St. Anthony Avenue 0.84 miles/1.36 kilometers from St. Paul
Radisson Hotel St. Paul Downtown - King Bed
In the heart of St. Paul, our Radisson hotel places you walking distance from the Minnesota State Capitol and downtown’s entertainment district. We offer a restaurant and event center along with a fitness center, indoor pool, and free local shuttle service.
TripAdvisor Rating 4.5 out 5
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