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HoteLumiere Suites and Casino - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$109

HoteLumiere Suites and Casino

999 N. 2nd St., St. Louis - Map
 
 
This downtown St. Louis hotel connects to Lumiere Place Casino; Laclede's Landing and the Edward Jones Dome are 3 blocks away.More
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch

315 Chestnut St, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Hospitality at its best"
The hotel was full of baseball fans, wedding parties and assorted other crazy people but the staff took it all in stride. Nothing was a problem and they could not have been more helpful. The room was tiny. My only complaint is about the shower door. It swung out to take up the whole bathroom, dripping water everywhere. They would do well to replace the dumb doors with shower curtains. Much less messy and dangerous. 
CrickieCat from South
This 18-story Hyatt Regency hotel is 4 blocks from Busch Stadium and within a mile of Edward Jones Dome, Scottrade Center …More
Chase Park Plaza - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$159

Chase Park Plaza

212 N Kingshighway, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Great location"
We usually stay out at the airport, but the central west end was a much much better location. It was great to walk to resteraunts and shops. The food at the chase part plaza was not great and was very expensive and the room service was not good. But when we complained that the dishes we ordered through room service were not as described in the menu, we were comped the meal. The room was very nice, spacious suite, with a sperate office area, living area and bedroom. But while the bathroom was huge it was FREEZING, cold air literally pouring through the windows. And the toilet was leaky.
fearthebluechicken
Located in the fashionable Central West End of St. Louis, this hotel is surrounded by shops, restaurants, mansions, and …More
Magnolia Hotel St. Louis - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Magnolia Hotel St. Louis

421 N 8th St, St. Louis - Map
 
 
Located in the heart of St. Louis, this hotel is within walking distance of America's Center Convention Complex and Edward …More
Four Seasons Hotel St Louis - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$249

Four Seasons Hotel St Louis

999 North Second Street, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Perfect"
Wonderful Stay – Highly Recommended! The Four Season’s St. Louis was GREAT. The service, from front desk, room service, turn-down service, shoe shine, spa & gym were simply wonderful. Internet was included in my rate, the attached parking garage is very convenient. Not that I’m a gambler but the adjacent casino is a nice plus. If you want luxury this is the place to be! The accommodations were spacious and well appointed. The TV in the bathroom mirror was fabulous, the bath tub and ran shower were luxury exemplified! I LOVED my stay here.
Vegas212 from Arlington, TX, USA
This 19-story St. Louis hotel overlooks the Mississippi River, 3 blocks away. Shopping at Lumière Place is downstairs …More
St. Louis City Center Hotel - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$95

St. Louis City Center Hotel

400 S 14th St, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Location was excellent and staff members were very friendly"
We went to the Paul McCartney concert at the Scott Trade Center. It was right across the street. The staff was very helpful and friendly. They gave us an umbrella because it was raining. We upgraded on check in for $20. We got wireless, an appetizer, and free breakfast. There were only about three choices of appetizers(none that we wanted). We got to breakfast at 9:25. Everything was put up. Not even coffee. We went to the restaurant. The breakfast buffet was about like a continental breakfast. Our room was nice and quiet. Hotel overall was ok, but not worth what we paid.
Groupies from Yazoo, MS, USA
This historic 13-story St. Louis hotel is 1 block from Scottrade/Peabody Opera House Complex, 3 blocks from Union Station …More
The Westin St. Louis - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$127

The Westin St. Louis

811 Spruce St, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"AWESOME!!!!"
From the moment we arrived, every part of our experience was top notch. I can't say enough for the staff, and the willingness to go the extra mile for you.
Kbell from Owensboro, KY, USA
Directly across from Busch Stadium, The Westin St. Louis is within a mile of the Gateway Arch, Laclede's Landing, and events …More
Omni Majestic Hotel - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$89

Omni Majestic Hotel

1019 Pine St, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"What a Lovely Hotel"
I recently spent two nights at the Omni with my ten year old grand-daughter and it was a delightful experience. The staff especially-- Stephanie, Ashley and Mike --were warm and attentive to both of us. They helped in numerous ways and greeted us uopn our return from the latest adventure as though we were old friends. As advertised the Omni is an older boutique hotel conveniently located in downtown and has the amenities and charm that one expects from this type of establishme nt.
gigiandelli from St. Louis, MO
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to America's Center Convention Complex, Busch Stadium, and Edward Jones …More
Casino Queen Hotel - East St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Casino Queen Hotel

200 South Front Street, East St. Louis - Map
 
 
5.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
This hotel is located in East St. Louis (Collinsville - O'Fallon), close to Eads Bridge, Gateway Arch, and Busch Stadium …More
St. Louis Union Station - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

St. Louis Union Station - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

1820 Market Street, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel but a little too spread out"
The Hotel was beautiful but it was a little more spread out thatn I realized. It was hard for Mom to do all the walking to get around the hotel or to metrolink. I wouldn't recommend for elderly or handicapped. The staff was nice but didn't find them helpful on the best and most cost efficient way to get around their city to tourist attractions.
th4stlouis
This St. Louis hotel is in Union Station, one-quarter mile from the Scottrade Center and less than a mile from Busch Stadium.More

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    St. Louis, Missouri Hotel Guide

    When planning your trip to St. Louis for business or pleasure, you will be pleased to know that you can choose from a variety of hotels to best suit your needs. From upscale luxury hotels to budget-friendly hotels and everything in between – St. Louis hotels offer something for everyone.

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    St. Louis is a city filled with culture and is an ideal vacation destination for the entire family. Whether you opt for high-end luxury accommodations, a Victorian bed and breakfast inn, or an affordable and comfortable room – with over 39,000 hotel rooms in the city, there is literally a plethora of options.

    Some of the bed and breakfast inns offer wonderfully luxurious spas as well as fine dining and even horse-drawn carriage rides through Tower Grove Park for a truly wonderful romantic getaway.

    There are also many affordable family-friendly hotels in and around Forest Park, which are easily accessible to the zoo and museums in the area.

    If it’s boutique hotels you’re looking for, you will find them in St. Louis. These hotels feature amazing rooms and great amenities that speak to the local St. Louis charm.

    As this is a city of diverse neighborhoods, you can choose your vibe, and your choice of hotels will be conveniently located within walking distance of museums, restaurants, retail, and fabulous entertainment, including over 8,000 rooms located within the revitalized St. Louis downtown area.

    Hotels in St. Louis

    Known as the Gateway to the West for its role in the Westward Expansion, St. Louis is a vibrant and exciting city with a rich multicultural heritage. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, Travelocity can help you find the best deals on St. Louis hotels. In St. Louis, MO, there is plenty to see and do, and by saving money with Travelocity, you can experience it all. Choose from more than 200 St. Louis hotels and filter them by price, star rating, guest reviews, or amenities.

    The Sights

    From the iconic Gateway Arch to the St. Louis Walk of Fame and Blueberry Hill, this Midwestern city is full of amazing attractions. Undoubtedly the most well-known and visited attraction of them all is the Gateway Arch. This 630-foot structure not only provides photographers with great material, but you can also ride to the top of the arch and get a bird's-eye view of the city. At the highest point in St. Louis, you will be able to see up to 30 miles on a clear day. Views include downtown St. Louis to the west and the Mississippi River and Illinois to the east. Several hotels in St. Louis, MO, also offer impressive views of the arch.

    Another notable attraction is the St. Louis Walk of Fame. Similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, this Midwestern version honors notable St. Louisans across all fields who have contributed to the culture of the United States. Some of the inductees include Maya Angelou, T.S. Eliot, Chuck Berry, William S. Burroughs, and Charles Lindbergh. The brass stars and bronze plaques honoring these individuals are embedded in the sidewalks of the Delmar Loop, which is the main entertainment, restaurant, and shopping district.

    Lovers of the fine arts can visit the St. Louis Art Museum and see more than 30,000 works dating from antiquity to the present. Admission is free every day, and admission to the special exhibitions is free on Friday. On a sunny day, you can even experience art out in the open. The Citygarden and Laumeier Sculpture Park feature a collection of outdoor art, and a walk through either of these spaces is a delightful way to spend a quiet afternoon.

    There is also plenty for kids and families to see and explore. St. Louis Zoo is home to more than 600 species of animals and attracts 3 million visitors each year. Admission to the zoo is free, though there are small fees for some attractions. The Magic House and City Museum are also popular educational attractions for children, providing opportunities to explore and interact with their surroundings.

    The Sounds

    St. Louis has a strong musical background and is associated primarily with rock and roll, jazz, and blues music. It is also the birthplace of rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, who you can still see perform live at the nationally renowned restaurant and music club Blueberry Hill. If your musical taste is more highbrow, head to Powell Hall and listen to the delightful sounds of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. If you're visiting during the summer, be sure to see a show by the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis at the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performance Arts at Webster University. Theater buffs could go see a touring Broadway show at the Fox Theatre or, if visiting in the summer, a musical at The Muny.

    Outdoor Attractions

    St. Louis is home to more than a hundred public and neighborhood parks and green spaces that are great for walking or jogging. Forest Park, St. Louis' largest public park, is located in the heart of the city and rivals New York City's Central Park. Covering 1,293 acres, the park is home to the city's major museums as well as the Saint Louis Zoo and Saint Louis Science Center. Tower Grove Park is another large public park open to residents and visitors alike. A visit to Tower Grove Park is a must for anyone interested in birding, as the park is a refuge for more than 200 species of birds. The Missouri Botanical Garden, adjacent to Tower Grove Park, is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the nation and covers 79 acres. The garden also hosts the Japanese Festival each Labor Day weekend.

    Of course, no trip to St. Louis is complete without going to see one of the city's legendary sports teams. St. Louis is a major sports city, particularly known for its Major League Baseball and National Football League teams and their dedicated fan base. See what all the excitement is about and cheer on the Cardinals at Busch Stadium or the Rams at Edward Jones Dome. In winter, you could also see the Blues take the ice at Scottrade Center.

    Festivals and Events

    St. Louis hosts several festivals and events each year, including The Big Muddy Blues Festival and the Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival in August and September, respectively. Also taking place in September is the Great Forest Park Balloon Race, which is one of the oldest and most well-attended hot air balloon events in the United States. Fair St. Louis is the city's annual Fourth of July celebration. In addition to the fireworks display, attendees can enjoy free concerts, food, and beverages. One of the city's most anticipated events is the Soulard Mardi Gras festival, which kicks off on the Saturday prior to Fat Tuesday and features parades, live music, fun, and frivolity.

    St. Louis Cuisine

    St. Louis' rich cultural heritage is reflected in the diversity of its cuisine. The city has a unique food culture that blends Italian, German, Irish, French, and American influences. Some of the most famous food creations originated here, including toasted ravioli, gooey butter cake, the Gerber sandwich, the slinger, and St. Louis-style pizza. Of course, when you hear the name St. Louis, you also think of beer, as it's the home of Anheuser-Busch. You can take a tour of this world-famous brewery or tour some of the many local craft breweries scattered throughout the city.

    When to Visit

    No matter what time of the year you're planning on traveling to St. Louis, use Travelocity to find the best deals on hotels. Downtown St. Louis hotels tend to fill up quickly during baseball season, so if you plan on visiting during this time, be sure to make your reservation well in advance. The winter is considered off-season due to the chilly temperatures; however, the Soulard Mardi Gras celebrations in February also draw large crowds. The spring and fall are the best times to visit if you want to avoid the crowds and get the best rates on hotels. St. Louis, MO, awaits, so book online now with Travelocity!

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