The Travelers Rooming House
"This beautiful three-story building started as a rooming house when it was built in 1868. It has been completely refurbished, keeping the integrity of the building and capturing history. Come relish in the artistry of each room as they all have a unique story to tell. Though you might come to Hannibal to enjoy all the history, you will not want to leave your cozy room. Whether it's for one night or a few months, let us be a part of your traveling journey." ~Barb Crane~
The two suites and the two common areas have light snacks, coffee/cream, tea, and hot-chocolate mix. There will be a voucher from a local Diner in your room so you can enjoy a deliciously made breakfast/lunch of your choice.
Our outdoor terrace off the 3rd has been renovated and is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Beautiful, comfy outdoor furniture will make you feel like royalty.
High-speed internet, cable, and smart TV's are in every room. Outlets with USB ports were installed by all the beds.
Fresh sheets and towels provided in each room. A washer, dryer, iron, extra roll-away bed all are available upon request. Salon quality shampoo, conditioner, body wash, blow dryer, flat iron come in every room. Each room is NON SMOKING and subject to a fine if violated.
The Royal Suite and The Woodsman Suite face main street and you hear street noise and the train go by just a couple of blocks away. Ear plugs and sound machine are provided if you are sensitive to noise.
Each room is NON SMOKING. All rooms are furnished with a mini refrigerator. The two common areas have a Ninja coffee pot, microwave and electric kettle. The two suites have a coffee pot, microwave, toaster oven, warming kettle, medium sized refrigerator, plates, silverware, glasses, and salt/pepper.
Relax in comfort on our newly renovated third floor outdoor terrace.
In the heart of downtown Hannibal
Like many old buildings, expect a couple of stairwells and a step in a few of the rooms.
Enjoy the coffee bar on the 3rd floor.
One of the many artistic features is a guitar made out of lath, copper wire and hinges from the building. This piece of art is in the Pistol Annie Room.
Woodsman Suite kitchenette.
Electric fire place and 55" smart TV in The Woodsman Suite
Woodsman Suite. Beautiful barn wood from the late 1800's. The ceiling is designed out of the lath from the original building.
Bathroom sink in the Woodsman Suite made out an old whiskey barrel.
Take a relaxing soak in this original clawfoot tub.
Exposed brick envelopes The Royal Suite. Sleep like a princess in this hand made queen size bed.
Cozy up in front of the electric fireplace. Beautiful carpentry work hides the smart tv.
This room is like a big hug! Original doors to the building were repurposed into a bed frame and wall art.
Has its own bright and cheery oversized bathroom with shower.
Nick-knacks that warm your heart.
Gadabout - a pleasure seeker, wanderer, rambler, drifter, traveler, journeyer. Love to read? The headboard is a collage of old newspapers found in the floors during renovation.
Step up into this bathroom with oversized shower.
Sink base is made from my mother's antique Singer sewing machine.
You will feel like you're on the island in this beautifully designed room. Handmade bed with marbleized post.
Plush towels that won't disappoint you.
Pallet walls, hand-painted flags, and a headboard made out of original lath from the building. So much detail it will take you a while to notice all the work.
THINGS TO DO
The Powder Room
Salon and Spa
First Floor of building 573-221-0700
Mark Twain BoyHood Home & Museum Properties
Molly Brown Birthplace & Museum
Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center
Karlock's Kars & Pop Culture