Pamper yourself in the Governor Austin suite, located on the west side of the building on the balcony. Balcony Suite includes a hi definition TV, private bath with soaking tub, oversized shower, and separate powder room, minifridge and keurig coffee maker.
The Governor McGill Suite is a balcony suite that offers a master bedroom with a king-size bed. The Governor McGill Suite has a 39-inch flat screen TV. Beautifully decorated in with the "Old World Charm meets modern comforts" way that this hotel is now known for. Includes a private bath with soaking tub, oversized shower, and separate powder room, mini-fridge and Keurig coffee maker. Coffee, tea and amenities are supplied.
Andrew Ryan McGill In 1886, the Republican state convention nominated McGill as their candidate for governor of Minnesota. He won the nomination and the election, serving a single, two-year term as governor (1887–1889). During his term he recommended a revision of the railroad laws pertaining to transportation, storage, and grading of wheat, the watering of railroad stocks, a simplification of the tax laws, regulation of liquor, abolition of contract prison labor, establishment of a soldiers' home, and creation of a Bureau of Labor Statistics. While not re-elected, McGill remained active in politics, supporting the presidential candidacy of Cushman K. Davis (1896) and serving as state senator from the 37th District, St. Paul (1899–1905). McGill was appointed postmaster of St. Paul (1900) while concurrently serving as senator.