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An inn in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
An inn in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
“In fact, I highly recommend the inn, particularly if you find your HP running low. Just drop on INN! Ho ho!”
Toadsworth, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

An inn is a place where Mario and his partners, for a small fee, can go to sleep so they heal their HP, FP, and, in the Paper Mario series, SP. The price varies by location; inns later in the game generally have higher prices. They appear in most of the Mario RPGs and games with similar elements.

In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, the inns at Marrymore and Nimbus Land offer extra services (usually a rare item or chance of getting one) in exchange for an additional fee.

Similarly, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario feature several inns which throw in an item as a bonus. In the former, if Mario sleeps in the inns 50 times, a Cameraman Lakitu will appear, congratulate, and give him 200 coins.

Paper Mario's Toad Houses serve the same function, with the main difference being that they are free of charge, and in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the player can stay for free if Mario has an Inn Coupon in his possession.

Two inns appear in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, one in Pi'illo Castle and the other in Wakeport. Both of these inns cost 10 coins to stay in, and fully restore Mario and Luigi's HP and BP. Each time Mario and Luigi stay at the Wakeport inn, they are given one item by the owner in the following order: a Mushroom, a Taunt Ball, a Syrup Jar, a Boo Biscuit, and a Nut. After giving the last item, the owner no longer gives items to Mario and Luigi if they stay at the inn again.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 宿屋[1]


  1. ^ Super Mario RPG Japanese instruction booklet, page 18.