Hotel 340 is located at 340 Cedar Street in the heart of downtown Saint Paul’s business district. We are steps away from the best that the city has to offer, including numerous restaurants, bars, entertainment options, and parks. We are also located one block from the Mississippi River. Our building stands out as a marvelous historic landmark, designed in the English renaissance tradition. We are situated directly next to the Central Station of the LRT Green Line, which provides easy access to University Avenue, Dinkytown (University of Minnesota), downtown Minneapolis, and Target Field, as well as multiple bus lines that will take you anywhere in the city.
Below are the restaurants and attractions that we recommend in the area. We also encourage you to ask our concierges for assistance on places to eat and things to do.
Full list of Local Attractions
W.A. Frost and Company
374 Selby Avenue
Casual upscale American cuisine in a historic, landmark building. Boasts what many consider to be the best outdoor dining patio in the Twin Cities. With an extensive wine list and warm ambiance, W.A Frost is the ideal place to celebrate a special occasion.
University Club of Saint Paul
Typically a private, members only club, the dining facilities at the University Club are available for hotel guests to use. The outdoor deck provides a scenic view of the Mississippi River valley. Offering contemporary American cuisine.
360 Saint Peter Street
Authentic, regional Italian cuisine. Enjoy seating in the bar or the dining room.
412 Saint Peter Street
Upscale French cuisine. Great selection of locally grown/raised menu items, and an Oyster bar.
Fish and Chop house. Great steaks, fish, salads, and other American fare.
380 Saint Peter Street
Authentic Japanese Cuisine.
350 Saint Peter Street
36 West 7th St
124 Wabasha St South
Erbert’s and Gerbert’s
334 Wabasha Street North
29 West 5th St
There are multiple food courts in the skyway system that are open for lunch M-F.
The city’s arts district. Consists of many restaurants, bars, breweries, art galleries, and the Saint Paul Farmer’s Market.
Historic neighborhood lined with restaurants and boutique shops.
Cathedral of Saint Paul - 10 blocks
Xcel Energy Center - 5 blocks
Science Museum of Minnesota - 5 blocks
Mears Park – 5 blocks
Fitzgerald Theater – 5 blocks
History Theatre - 5 blocks
Park Square Theatre - 4 blocks
Ordway Center for the Performing Arts – 4 blocks
Children’s Museum of Minnesota – 4 blocks
Rice Park – 3 blocks