One of the first things you see as you enter St.Louis is the iconic Gateway Arch, the national monument that welcomes you to Downtown St Louis. Standing 630 feet tall, the arch dominates the St.Louis skyline and delivers unforgettable views toward the Mississippi River. But St. Louis, Missouri, isn't just about the views. Named by the American Planning Association as one the ten great streets in America, the Delmar Loop is home to eclectic entertainment including the world-famous Blueberry Hill where Chuck Berry used to perform. Book a stay at a hotel near Downtown St. Louis and prepare to see, taste, and experience everything this diverse city has to offer.
For pub crawls, dining, and shopping, you can't do better than Lacledes Landing. Sitting right on the banks of the Mississippi River and just north of the Gateway Arch, this landmark entertainment district is the place to eat, drink, and be merry. Copy the locals and conquer the quaint cobblestone streets on a bike. Pedal power makes reaching Downtown St. Louis hotels a breeze.
For outside fun, the ever-popular Forest Park, located in the heart of the city, is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. To give you an idea of its size, the park houses a world-renowned zoo, an art museum, a history museum, a science center, a skating rink and the Muny opera, all set within 1,293 acres of landscaped gardens. That's around 500 acres larger than New York's Central Park. Our advice? Wear comfortable shoes! And don't worry about how to get to the many attractions, because hotels in Downtown St. Louis are within walking distance.
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