The Governor Johnson Suite is a suite that offers a master bedroom with a queen-size bed. The Governor Johnson Suite has a 39-inch flat screen TV. Beautifully decorated in tones of golds and blacks. Includes an in room electric fireplace, a private bath with soaking tub, oversized shower, and separate powder room, mini-fridge and Keurig coffee maker. Coffee, tea and amenities are supplied.
John Albert Johnson The eldest child of an impoverished Swedish family abandoned by an alcoholic father, Johnson left school at 13 to support his mother and siblings. Local Democrats, impressed with the enterprising young store clerk, asked him to join their party and edit the strongly Democratic St. Peter Herald. His journalistic success attracted statewide attention and fostered political aspirations. Elected governor three times—in 1904, 1906, and 1908—Johnson's ability to reason and work with legislators of both parties resulted in such reform legislation as reorganization of the state's insurance department to the benefit of policyholders, reduction of railroad passenger and freight rates, and removal of constitutional restraints on the legislature's power to tax.