Hotels in Busch Stadium, Missouri

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Busch Stadium Introduction

Even for non-baseball fans, attending a game at the Busch Stadium baseball park in downtown St. Louis is a thrilling experience. Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals, the city’s Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. It has a seating capacity of 46,000 and offers stunning views of the St. Louis Skyline and its iconic Gateway Arch. The stadium’s location in downtown St. Louis is ideal for access to the city’s finest hotels, attractions, and restaurants. Opposite Busch Stadium is the popular Ballpark Village, an entertainment district offering dining, sports, live music, and nightlife.

Hotels near Busch Stadium

Set in downtown, Busch Stadium is close to a wide variety of hotels, ranging from luxury establishments and boutique quarters in historic buildings, to mid-range chains and budget options. The best time to visit for a bargain is during March and April when the city is less crowded, although temperatures can still be very cold in March. September and October offer pleasant weather along with many festivals and outdoor events. Summers are hot, and hotel prices peak in July and August with baseball fans, families, and tourists visiting the city.

Where to stay near Busch Stadium

Most of St. Louis's major hotels are in the downtown area, just a few minutes’ walk from Busch Stadium. The Loft District is a family-friendly neighborhood that blends beautiful historic buildings with a vibrant urban scene full of boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and nightspots. You’ll also find many hotels along Washington Avenue in Downtown West, a celebrated historic district with classic 19th-century, Chicago School-style buildings, as well as eclectic shops and a range of restaurants. Between Downtown and Forest Park, home of the St. Louis Zoo, is bustling Central West End, a walkable, hip hub of boutiques, cafes, hotels, and galleries.

Things to see near Busch Stadium

Baseball fans, families, and individuals can soak up the atmosphere in Ballpark Village, a dining, sports, and entertainment district right across the road from Busch Stadium. It’s the home of Cardinals Nation, which features the Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum. About a 14-minute walk away from the stadium toward the Mississippi River, the impressive stainless steel Gateway Arch is an internationally famous symbol of St. Louis. It's the world’s tallest arch, where you can ascend and enter the observation area. A 15-minute walk away from the stadium you’ll find the City Museum, a family-friendly, futuristic wonderland on Washington Avenue.

How to get to Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium is located on the southern edge of downtown St. Louis, within a half-mile of Interstates 64 and 44. If you are driving, you can park in Ballpark Village. Bear in mind that you'll need to book parking in advance for the big events. St. Louis is well served by taxis and public transportation. You can take the MetroBus or the MetroLink light rail system, both of which connect to Ballpark Village and the stadium. A local shuttle bus service called Rally Bus transports visitors to the major games. Some hotels and bars also operate shuttle buses.

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