by Kaitlin Braun
The Mayo Hotel has a mix of suites and standard rooms — all of them spacious and beautifully decorated. Every room comes with a refrigerator, microwave, complimentary Wi-Fi, free coffee and water bottles, bathrobes, and other great extras to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Families can book a double room, suite, or connector suite (which adjoins a standard room) for the most space — otherwise, if you have multiple kids, make sure they don’t mind sharing a bed (rollaways are not available).
Onsite, you’ll find the Mayo Museum detailing the hotel’s history; the Penthouse Rooftop Lounge with great views, drinks, and appetizers; The Boiler Room restaurant, and the Topeca Coffee Shop.
Our Editor Loves
- Luxurious rooms and suites
- Onsite restaurant and coffee shop
- Complimentary extras
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
My stay at this historic hotel was the absolute best experience in all of my travels. Beyond the distinct charm and elegance of a gorgeous hotel with such rich history, it was the staff that took this hotel to the next level. From the moment I walked in, I was treated wonderfully. The front desk manager and staff were welcoming and sincerely helpful. The penthouse manager and staff upstairs were equally as impressive too. A staff that genuinely cares, rich history and unimaginable charm makes this the best hotel. Highly recommend.
Terrible & rude staff, old and dated rooms, half used amenities, no robes in room (least of all the problems, no valet, private car unavailable after reserving a month in advance to pick us up at airport. Loud screaming drunks everywhere. The vibe was more like a Best Western than any luxury place I’ve ever stayed. Go book at the ambassador!