Hotel in Rochester, MN
Since opening its doors in 1921, The Kahler Grand Hotel inc. has provided legendary hospitality and a comfortable destination for those visiting the adjacent Mayo Clinic. With the addition of The Kahler Inn & Suites and the luxurious amenities at The International Hotel, our family of hotels has truly become a flagship destination among Rochester accommodations. Indulge in a friendly atmosphere and gracious surroundings - all while being served by our attentive team.
read moreThe Kahler Hospitality Group is dedicated to making your visit to Rochester, MN a comfortable and pleasant experience. Boasting the only five hotels connected to the Mayo Clinic by underground concourse, our hotels offer inviting accommodations, vibrant dining experiences, and outstanding hospitality so you have everything you need. From the historic elegance of the Kahler Grand Hotel and exclusivity of The Towers to the branded excellence of Rochester Marriott Mayo Clinic Area, you will experience that we serve with all of our heart.
Hotels in Rochester
read moreServing the community with all our heart, Kahler Hospitality Group supports several several charitable organizations, including Channel One Food Bank and the Ronald McDonald House. From the beginning, KHG has been in the business of caring for people, from Mayo Clinic patients and doctors to families visiting Rochester, MN. Supporting our community and giving back is a fundamental part of our character and leadership. We truly embrace the spirit of giving to help make our city and our world a better place for families and children who need food, education and health care.
Rochester Hotels MN History
read moreFrom its humble beginnings to its present success, the Kahler Family has a history of ingenuity, entrepreneurship, and service within the Rochester community. As a beginning effort, the Mayo Brothers asked John Kahler, of The Kahler Corporation (formed in 1917) to build them a hotel/hospital to be the starting home of this grand, medical vision to offer care to people. The eleven-floor structure not only offered services of an up-scale hotel but also was the beginnings of the Mayo Clinic Hospital, originally called "The Sanatorium."