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The Wildwood Hotel - Wildwood Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Wildwood Hotel

2801 Fountain Pl, Wildwood - Map
 
 
"Beautiful surroundings, Great Hotel."
Lovely Hotel, great staff, pool was a little cold, great surroundings. A good 40 minutes from St Louis Downtown. A great Thai restaurant nearby. Only downside was that there was hair in the bath and the shower curtain bottom was dirty and gross. Movie theatre right next door too
Traveller from w
Situated in Grover, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park, Hidden Valley Ski Resort …More
Moonrise Hotel - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Moonrise Hotel

6177 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis - Map
 
 
Great view from rooftop bar. Amazing staff. Had a lovely time.
A Traveller
Moonrise Hotel places guests amid the vibrant dining, shopping, and nightlife scene of St. Louis' Delmar Loop neighborhood …More
Hollywood Casino & Hotel St. Louis - Maryland Heights Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$152

Hollywood Casino & Hotel St. Louis

777 Casino Center Drive, Maryland Heights - Map
 
 
"not bad"
when we checked in they had over booked and did not have any of the type of room we paid for avalible so they did upgrade our room to suite at no additional charge to us. the down side was we booked non smoking and the suite we got upgraded to was a smoking room so it had a bit of an odor to it. the overall appearance of the room was very nice except for the whole in the wall from a door handle. most the staff was friendly. the only big issue I had was while eating lunch at the buffet they had water on the floor and no cation sign and my girlfriend slipped and fell pretty hard. one of the serves got the manager and had EMTs come over. all the manager said was these guys are going to look you over. it seemed real odd to me that she didn't even apologize or seem to care. the rest of the staff was nice though the server who saw her fall and one other the men refilling the buffet who saw it both asked her if she was ok but the manager realy seemed to not care. kind of weird. overall a nice hotel though
Traveller from owensboro ky
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 25 mi (40 km) of St. Louis Zoo, Gateway Arch, and Scottrade Center. Busch …More
Airport Plaza Inn & Conference Center - Bridgeton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Airport Plaza Inn & Conference Center

4534 Long Road, Bridgeton - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to the Airport"
The room was large, clean and attractive. The desk clerk in the PM and AM were friendly and polite. The continental breakfast was okay, but the coffee was weak and lukewarm. The donuts were of low quality and there was no waffle machine. The eggs were like plastic and cold. I think if the breakfast was upgraded, it would help a lot in getting people to come back in their travels to your area.
A Traveller
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Payne-Gentry Historical House and within 6 mi (10 km) of James …More
Red Roof Plus St. Louis - Forest Park / Hampton Ave. - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Red Roof Plus St. Louis - Forest Park / Hampton Ave.

5823 Wilson Avenue, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Close to everything and a good place to sleep"
It isn't a 5 star hotel by any means, but for what you pay, it is a good place to spend a night. It is clean and mostly quiet and we had nice, warm showers. Free wifi was pretty nice. There was a security officer outside as well. It would be nice to have a fridge or microwave or free breakfast but if you just need a nice spot to spend the night you don't need extras.
Traveller from Springfield, MO
Red Roof Plus St. Louis - Forest Park / Hamilton Av is off highway I-44, in The Hill, St. Louis’s "Little Italy." It’s a …More
Delux Motel - East St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Delux Motel

4217 Missouri Ave, East St. Louis - Map
 
 
Situated in East St. Louis, this motel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from GCS Ballpark and within 6 mi (10 km) of Busch Stadium and Dome …More
Drury Inn Airport - St. Louis, MO - St. Louis Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Drury Inn Airport - St. Louis, MO

10490 Natural Bridge Rd, St. Louis - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to Lambert Airport"
Just right for an overnight stay to be close to the airport for a very early flight! There were coffee and donuts in the lobby even at 0400 when we were leaving...that was much appreciated! Free shuttle service got us to the airport in a timely manner. Kenya (staff) particularly helpful and pleasant in helping us with parking and checking in.
Traveller from Missouri
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Payne-Gentry Historical House and within 6 mi (10 km) of James S …More
Crosslands St. Louis - Airport - N. Lindbergh Blvd. - Hazelwood Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$60

Crosslands St. Louis - Airport - N. Lindbergh Blvd.

6065 N Linbergh Blvd, Hazelwood - Map
 
 
"Very economic motel."
Very economic motel yet I got my money worth. Outside the motel room, it seemed to have some one smoking left a smoker's smell.
Stich from Houston,TX
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from James S. McDonnell Prologue Room and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Old …More
Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Fenton - Fenton Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Fenton

1088 South Highway Drive, Fenton - Map
 
 
"Baseball Trip"
Very nice. The food in the evenings was a great touch. It was great not to have to get back out after having been gone all day and we really did not want a large meal. The staff were wonderful.
Traveller from OK
Located in the heart of Fenton, this hotel is 1.4 mi (2.2 km) from LIFECHURCH and within 6 mi (10 km) of Laumeier Sculpture …More
Drury Inn & Suites Southwest St. Louis - Valley Park Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Drury Inn & Suites Southwest St. Louis

5 Lambert Drury Place (I-44 & 141), Valley Park - Map
 
 
"Filled myneeds"
In town visiting family. Convenient, meets all expectations.
Traveller from Cape Girardeau, MO
Located in the heart of Valley Park, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Simpson Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of LIFECHURCH and …More

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    St. Louis Hotel & Travel Guide

    You’ve always wanted to slip into the slow, relaxing life of the Midwest, wandering at the pace of dripping molasses along the banks of America’s mightiest river while the sunset transforms the sky into a palate of orange and purple and the Gateway Arch provides a perfect frame for photos. Why the Arch? Because your next getaway should be to Missouri’s largest city where the hotels in St. Louis provide you with a perfect place count sheep after a long day.

    Things to Do in St. Louis

    When you visit the “Gateway to the West,” you’ll quickly realize what the local populace’s priority is. Just about anything and everything take a back seat to the local Major League Baseball team, the Cardinals. Meander on over to Busch Stadium for an afternoon of America’s favorite pastime. Of all the things to do in St. Louis, enjoying a cold, locally brewed Budweiser in the stands on a warm, sunny day is at the top.

    There’s nothing like viewing “River City” from above so when you’re ready to tower over the city in the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere, ride one of the trams to the top of the Gateway Arch. It was built to celebrate the westward expansion of the United States and is the main attraction of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. Check out the hotel rooms in St. Louis near the area so you can easily access this tremendous piece of architecture. From the observation windows, the expanse of the American continent becomes a reality.

    Do you feel like taking a stroll through a play house museum made out of repurposed industrial objects? Your inner environmentalist will fall head over heels for the City Museum in the Washington Avenue Historic District. Wander through the first floor tunnels until you come across the giant hollowed out tree that leads to a beautifully restored cabin. And that’s just the first floor. There’s a replica of an 1890s shoelace factory on the second floor where you can order a custom pair of shoelaces and with the money you saved on our cheap hotels in St. Louis that shouldn’t be a problem. Finally, find yourself on the roof and gaze out over the neighborhoods that make up this lovely city while letting your mind wander.

    Eating and Drinking

    Finding yourself in the middle of this Midwestern metropolis means you’ll be in the center of one of the region’s finest cuisine centers. The Soulard neighborhood south of the Arch is a great place to load on the freshest fruits and vegetables at any number of farmers markets. But there isn’t just farm-fresh produce here, this historic French neighborhood is littered with restaurants you’d typically find on a Parisian avenue. Escargot and crepes are aplenty in this neck of the woods as are some of the best St. Louis hotels.

    You may not know it, but St. Louis has developed its very own style of pizza. Sure, New York and Chicago are the biggies, but when you take bite of a pie loaded with provel cheese, you may question whether you’re having dinner or transcendent experience. It’s a combination of cheddar, Swiss, and provolone, but tastes nothing like them. The low melting point of provel gives it a gooey and buttery texture that pairs perfectly with thin crust and pepperoni. Nearly all of the places to stay in St. Louis will be in proximity to a pizza shop, so when the question of your appetite arises, you’ll have an easy answer.

    If you came here looking for a spin on classic Italian dishes, discover the taste of the old country in The Hill neighborhood on the high ground of Forest Park. Stop into Ragazzi’s, one of the oldest restaurants in the neighborhood where Yogi Berra once worked before he won over a dozen World Series titles.

    Parks and Rec

    Don’t think this city is only full of ballparks and towering buildings. Scattered about town are plenty of beautiful green spaces perfect for unwinding in. Make your way to the Gateway Mall and check out the sculpture garden and urban park knowns as Citygarden. There are 24 sculptures from such renowned artists like Fernand Leger, Niki de Saint Phalle, and Igor Mitoraj. Pinocchio and a giant bronze head lying on its side are some of the splendid works you’ll be able to view. And that’s not all, wait until you get a look at the six rain gardens and the 102-fountain spray plaza you can walk through if the warm afternoon sun gets a bit toasty.

    The glamour of New York City’s Central Park is well deserved, but Forest Park is nothing to bat an eyelash at. Especially because it’s twice the size of its eastern relative. Pack up a delicious lunch and enjoy it on the lawn in front of the World’s Fair Pavilion. Then go for a stroll through the Jewel Box, a stunning greenhouse and public horticulture facility. And one can’t spend a day in the park without seeing the animals at the St. Louis Zoo. A splendid park this is indeed.

    Day Trips from St. Louis

    We know how much fun St. Louis can be, but beyond the city limits, a 216-mile trek north across the state line will bring you to Springfield, Illinois. The city’s most famous past resident happened to be our 16th President of the United States so pay a visit to the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum. Get inspired when you read over the original handwritten Gettysburg Address and pay your respects at a complete reproduction of when the President was lying in state. If you still haven’t had enough of Ol’ Abe, see where the man once lived at the Lincoln Home National Historic Site.

    Have you ever imagined wandering the underworld? Of exploring one of the most eye-catching cave systems in North America? A place where Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn discovered the hidden gold? If so, head 64 miles southwest to the Meramec Caverns. Once a hideout for notorious outlaw Jesse James, this cave system is now one of the most visited attractions in the state. You’ll take a guided tour through the tunnels passing through rooms with names like Hollywood, Wine Room, the Mirror Room, and the Ballroom. If you time your visit right, you may catch a live concert in the latter.

    St. Louie

    Midwestern hospitality, fine comfort food, America’s favorite pastime, and much more all await you when you take a getaway to the eastern border of Missouri. Use Travelocity to find out where to stay in St. Louis such as one of the many cheap hotels in east St. Louis and book your trip now. It doesn’t matter whether you come for the Cardinals or the pizza or something in between. Consider bundling your flight and hotels together with a St. Louis vacation package and start your getaway to the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.

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