Essentially an "urban inn," our hotel offers seven unique guest rooms located above our bustling cafe. The spaces and furnishings were designed by Talin Spring of Spring Finn & Co to create a welcoming setting for the experience of our visitors using natural materials such as hardwood, brass, textiles, velvets, grass, and leather. 

Our Cafe and Restaurant are the heart of Alma and your kitchen and dining room while staying in the hotel. We welcome all guests to ask us for anything they wish, we will do our best to satisfy all requests.

The Mississippi riverfront is our back yard with beautiful views, walking paths, nearby bike rental and convenient access to downtown. Great local destinations include the Stone Arch Bridge, Guthrie Theater, US Bank Stadium, and Mill City Museum, to name only a few. Our staff can guide you to any city sights, attractions, and restaurants, starting with our award-winning Restaurant and all-day Cafe.


The following features can be found in all guest rooms:

Custom-designed furniture, handmade from local white oak by Marvin Freitas of Form Co.

All-natural cotton bedding and linens, custom hand woven wool throws.

American-made eco-friendly pillow top Keetsa mattresses with organic cotton covers

Down comforters and pillows (hypoallergenic upon request)

Spacious white and brass-tiled walk-in showers

Exclusive organic bath amenities by Bespoke Body & Wellness 

Contemporary fabrics from Milan and London by Arjumand’s World by Idarica Gazzoni and Jennifer Shorto, as well as hand-selected vintage fabrics and trimmings

Hardwood floors and hand-woven vintage rugs from Aubry Angelo unique to each room

Curated art including Japanese vintage calendars, woodblock prints from Lebanon, vintage wooden dessert molds, paintings, pottery, drawings, and photography sourced in Central Asia, Argentina, Delhi, Paris, and Minneapolis

Custom woven baskets by House of Talents

40” flat screen LCD HD television with premium cable

Complimentary high speed internet service with wired and wireless access