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Hotels in Nauvoo – The Beautiful Rooms of the Willard Richards Inn

When choosing hotels in Nauvoo you want to make sure that it is comfortable, charming and located near the sites you’ve come to see. Located steps from the Nauvoo Pageant stage and under the shadow of the Nauvoo Temple on the bluff, the Willard Richards Inn’s location can’t be beat.  With air conditioning, lovely beds, unparalleled Old Nauvoo charm and steeped in history, the Willard Richards Inn’s hotel rooms are decorated with antiques and art unique to each room.  Below are descriptions and pictures of each of the 5 rooms at the Willard Richards Inn.  – Nauvoo Hotel B & B-










The Anniversary Room

This room is an  elegantly decorated hotel room and has a king size bed, an en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and separate shower.  The Anniversary Room has beautiful views of the Nauvoo Temple on the bluff and is perfect for making your stay in Nauvoo very memorable.


Hotel Rooms in Nauvoo - Willard Richards Inn's Richards Room








The Richards Room

This hotel room is named after Willard Richards and is classically decorated, has two queen size beds and a private bathroom that features a quaint claw-toed bathtub. The Richards Room is perfect for groups that need two beds durring your visit to Nauvoo.


Smith Room 1








The Smith Room

Named in honor of the prophet and his wife, the Smith Room is decorated with various pieces of art of Joseph and Emma Smith.  This hotel room has two queen sized beds, private bathroom and beautiful views of the Nauvoo Temple on the bluff.


Nauvoo Room








The Nauvoo Room

This special attic room is named after Nauvoo the Beautiful.  The Nauvoo Room has a king size bed and has an en-suite bathroom. When the apostles met in the Richards home, they would put a ladder up to this attic room and use it for special meetings until the Nauvoo Temple was completed.


Hotel Rooms in Nauvoo - Willard Richards Inn's Reimbold Room








The Reimbold Room

This hotel room is named in honor of the German immigrant family that moved into Willard Richards home after the Saint’s exodus west. The Reimbolds took great care of the home and added some very significant charms to the house. This room has a king size bed and features aged barn-wood walls around the en-suite bathroom and exposed original brick work.