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~
Each room is a work of art, meticulously designed and decorated. All rooms have a private bath, and the two suites that overlook the river, face main street and equipped with kitchenettes .
The two suites and the two common area's have light snacks, coffee/cream, tea, and hot-chocolate mix. A voucher from the local Diner will be given at check in so you can enjoy a deliciously made breakfast/lunch of your choice.
Our outdoor terrace off the 3rd is being renovated and look forward to completion.
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 is provided if you are sensitive to noise.
Each room is NON SMOKING. They have 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 size refrigerator, plates, silverware, glasses, and salt/pepper.
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