1290 Mulholland St., P.O.Box 398
Nauvoo, IL 62354
Phone Number: (217) 453-2211
Fax Number: (217) 453-6100
Web Site Address: www.hotelnauvoo.com
The historic Hotel Nauvoo, operated for four generations by the Kraus family, houses nine artfully appointed guest rooms in the style of the one hundred and fifty year old building without sparing any modern convenience. This famous building dates back to the Mormon period of Nauvoo history, built in part by J. J. Brendt, a Latter Day Saint, and completed by Adam Swartz, a German immigrant. Historic Hotel Nauvoo is located in the heart of Nauvoo's attractions. We are only one block from Nauvoo's Temple Square in an ideal location amidst the quaint Nauvoo shops that will allow you to spend time enjoying the simpler things in life. Enjoy a free complementary breakfast buffet at Grandpa John's Cafe before touring the more than forty recreated historic sites. Wander down to the Nauvoo Historical Society Weld House Museum for an overview of area history or take a free carriage ride to many historic sites to watch craftsmen of years gone by and view the many landscaped gardens. Hotel Nauvoo is also a short drive to the many tourist destinations often referred to the Williamsburg of the Midwest. This includes Historic Nauvoo, the Rheinberger Museum, the Carthage Jail, the Keokuk Lock and Dam, Baxter's Winery, the Icarian Living History and Western Illinois University. For nature lovers and the fitness inclined: make sure to visit the Nauvoo State Park, the Mississippi River, Great River Road Golf Club and see the eagles fishing at the Keokuk Dam. Families will enjoy visits to our many historic churches, carriage rides through Historic Nauvoo and horseback riding for the novice and experienced. Come back to Hotel Nauvoo for our nationally famous dinner buffet with award winning specialties. The food is bountiful and delightful; the service, impeccable. Each dining room reflects a different era of Nauvoo's rich history.