Situated in Stillwater, Minnesota, The Lowell Inn is a historic hotel wedding venue where couples can host their ceremony, reception, bridal shower, engagement party, elopement, and even rehearsal dinner. Built in 1927, the hotel offers couples four event spaces, overnight accommodations, and a downtown location.
Facilities and Capacity
The event areas at The Lowell Inn can conform to a classic or casual style, and accommodate up to 220 guests. The largest space is the Lowell Inn Banquet Center, which is a modern take on the lounge tradition. Couples may also choose to use the adjoining outdoor garden patio, giving options for their guests to mingle both indoors and outside. More intimate occasions may wish to use the Matterhorn Room, Garden Room, or Mount Vernon Room. A city parking structure is close to the venue, and guests’ parking will be validated by the hotel.
Present every step of the planning process are The Lowell Inn’s professional consultants. From the initial tour to the day of the wedding, they work with couples to provide a successful event. Hotel staff are present to assist with clean up of the event, as well as to coordinate with any outside vendors couples may wish to employ for items such as decorating, photography, floral arrangements, etc.
Depending on the size of the event, couples can choose a menu from the regular dining menu or the venue’s large banquet menu. Offering selections to fit all kinds of budgets, they can create hors d’oeuvres, lunch, brunch, dinner, and dessert. Available serving styles include buffet and plated options. The hotel can also work with couples on their desired bar type. Their staff can work a cash, limited, or open bar serving house beer, liquor, and wine, as well as a champagne toast.
With 35 guest rooms, a couple’s wedding guests can stay right at The Lowell Inn after celebrating the newlyweds. Of the rooms, 23 are historic and 12 are in the hotel’s annex addition. A penthouse suite and honeymoon suite are also available for special occasions.
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They made my rehearsal and wedding really special
my guests. Then they said we screwed up not them and made it a huge deal. The chicken was terrible it was drier than the Sahara desert. Now to drinks. Me myself am sober I am in AA, when we went there they had NA beer last year when we checked the place out and then that night they told me oh we don't sell it anymore. So my father went down the street to get me some. The bartender said she would look the other way. The manager (Alex hispanic person) found them and told my father it was a $12 uncorking fee for each one. My father tried explaining my situation to him he was rude, kept cutting him off wouldn't let him talk and multiple times bumped into my father. My father looked like he was about to get physical with how this so called manager was trying to heighten the situation. So we grabbed a coffee cup and I drank my beer in that like an idiot all night thanks guys. So now with other staff a staff member completely mowed down a kid on the dance floor and yelled at us to watch her since it was not dance time yet. WOW IS ALL I CAN SAY. I called to talk to Judy another so called manager the next day, she must have trained Alex cuz she was just as bad. She didn't say sorry for anything at all. I told her everything I stated above and no sorry. She said about the beer that they could have got me some for the night, which is false since the bartender said she couldn't do anything for me besides look the other way if I bought my own. Judy basically acted as I got your guys money so screw off. Wow great customer service. I think that's all I got. On the plus side the roast beef was good everything else terrible. She also said Alex would never do that to my father. Well you guys have some really bad reviews maybe time to listen to your customers just maybe.
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- Clean Up
- Event Planning
- Cake Cutting
- House Beer
- House Liquor
- House Wine
- Premium Liquor
- Banquet Hall
- Historic Building
- Uncovered Outdoor
- Bridal Shower
- Engagement Party
- Rehearsal Dinner
- Bar Services
- Catering Services
- Clean Up
- Outside Vendors
- Audio Equipment
- Dance Floor