Hotel of the Week: Hotel Julien Dubuque

Overlooking the Mississippi, this Beaux-Arts style hotel consistently wins raves from travelers for a high level of professional service. The prime location in the heart of the Old Main District means restaurants, riverboat rides and boutique shopping are a short stroll from your doorstep.




A Mississippi River landmark since 1839, the original “Julien Hotel” was host to Abraham Lincoln and Mark Twain. Rumor has it Al Capone used it as a hideout when things in Chicago got dicey.


Book your stay here.

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