This 1860s bed and breakfast offers an inviting alternative, should you desire a change from the traditional hotel stay. It offers guests comfortable accommodations while also giving them a taste of the Lemp family's haunting history. Each room has a tale of its own, making this an exciting, if also eerie, place to stay. The Lemp family's original furnishings remain in the mansion today. If you are looking for some real excitement choose to stay on a Friday or Saturday night and participate in the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater.
Located just outside of downtown, this B&B entices visitors with its charm and history. Built in 1880, this French Second Empire Victorian structure was chosen by Better Homes and Gardens and Architecture Magazine as one of the "Prettiest Painted Places" in America. Innkeeper Jeff Archulata assures quality service that will draw guests back again. After a restful night's sleep, indulge in a breakfast of fresh fruit, juice and gourmet teas. Savor the quiche, Napoleon French Toast, Belgian waffles and more. There is a two night minimum stay required on weekends.
This Old English-style hotel provides a warm welcome to both business and leisure travelers. Centrally located, it offers live entertainment in the Fox and Hounds Tavern as well as fine dining in two dining rooms. The lodge's own English double-decker bus and horse-drawn carriages are an added delight. The hotel is within minutes of the Gateway Arch, Fox Theater, Union Station, Busch Stadium and Lambert International Airport. You can also ride the bus to the Muny Opera.
Have a great time at the region's largest casino, an action-packed night club or one of seven restaurants. The Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles is a 397-suite luxury hotel in the St. Louis area with many rooms containing floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Missouri River or the city below. This new, all-suite hotel features a 7,000-square-foot full-service spa with an indoor-outdoor pool. You'll really get star treatment during your Ameristar vacation in St. Charles.
Perfect for romance, relaxation or business, this 1840s-era New England-style home rests in an historic small town that is sure to charm guests and have them returning time and again. Take in the beauty of it all;from the antiques to the flower gardens; and enjoy the close proximity you will have to restaurants, gift and antique shops, various museums and the Katy Trail. Also, do not pass up the opportunity to meet the innkeepers, V'Anne and Paul Mydler.
This 1920s colonial inn gets its name from its furniture and decor. The Victorian furniture that fills the inn is of an 1800s design by Charles Eastlake. This inn is located in the historic area of Kirkwood, near many great attractions. There are three rooms in all: the Magnolia, Garden and Sunset Rooms. Each beautifully designed room has its own atmosphere and special features. Due to the antiques and decor, pets and children younger than 12 are not allowed, nor is smoking.
With three restaurants, two lounges and a spectacular view of the Mississippi River, this newly renovated hotel has much to offer visitors. The spacious rooms feel more like apartments than hotel accommodations, and the view from the upper floors is spectacular. It is conveniently located downtown near many attractions, including the Busch Stadium and the Gateway Arch.
Architectural grandeur and posh luxury are clearly evident at this hotel. Checking in is an experience, as visitors marvel at the detailed lobby known as the Grand Hall. The arch located at the main entrance of the hotel is famed for its ability to echo whispers. The Hyatt also has an impressive and knowledgeable staff that goes out of its way to ensure visitors a comfortable stay. The hotel is connected to the heart of St. Louis Union Station, which makes shopping and dining as easy as walking out the door.
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Upon arrival at the Plaza, you will be enchanted with the immaculately clean and rich detail of the furnishings. Every room in the hotel is elegantly decorated. There is a movie theater in the hotel, along with a few upscale shops in the lobby that are worth visiting. Forest Park is right across the street for those wanting to take a leisurely stroll. Do not let the opulent atmosphere intimidate you, because the staff is very friendly and goes out of its way to ensure that your stay is comfortable and enjoyable.
This airport location offers convenience to weary travelers and elegance to locals just wanting to get away for the night. Whether you are in town on business or pleasure, this hotel offers a surefire way to relax, have fun and take care of business all at once. It is within 15 minutes of many shops, businesses, restaurants and attractions. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, leaving guests with a desire to return.
With three restaurants, two lounges and a spectacular view of
the Mississippi River, this newly renovated hotel has much to offer visitors. The spacious rooms feel more like apartments than hotel accommodations, and the view from the upper floors ...
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