Hotels in Downtown St. Louis

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What you should know about Downtown St. Louis

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If you're visiting St. Louis for the first time, positioning yourself in one of the many Downtown St. Louis hotels can be a great introduction to the area. Among the myriad dining and shopping opportunities on offer, you'll be close to the big sporting stadiums, museums, and the iconic Gateway Arch. At 630-foot it's the world's tallest arch, and is dedicated to the American people. Brimming with Southern charm, it's surprising that more people don't visit St. Louis. Skip the crowded summer months and opt for a stay during spring or fall, when the temperature is balmy, and there are excellent downtown St. Louis hotel deals to be had.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown St. Louis?

Built almost a century ago, the Magnolia Hotel St. Louis stands out from the crowd with its chic and timeless elegance. Incidentally, this was the first hotel to start popping little chocolates on guests' pillows, following Cary Grant's habit of laying a trail of candies from the elevator to his room – with the last chocolate on his pillow – to tempt a romantic partner to join him for a nightcap. It's big, but the service is still impeccable at the 910-room Hyatt Regency St. Louis. It's a business and leisure hotel offering flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. The Four Seasons Hotel St Louis is a modern hotel offering fine dining, spa, and a view of the Gateway Arch from every room.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown St. Louis?

Sports fans have a few choices when it comes to hotels in Downtown St. Louis. The hotels near Washington Avenue are moments away from The Dome at America's Center, the vast 66,000-seat stadium of the St. Louis Rams. Alternatively, if baseball's your game, you'll want to book a room somewhere near Market or Walnut Street, where you can walk to Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals. If views over the iconic Gateway Arch are important, aim to stay in one of the luxury hotels along Memorial Drive.

What are Hotels like in Downtown St. Louis?

You can expect most Downtown St. Louis hotels to be suitably swish. Some are historic old piles with lavish suites once used by Hollywood actors when they came to town. Others are decidedly more modern, with funky decor and jazzy rooftop bars overlooking the Gateway Arch. You can even find some little boutiques housed in typical St. Louis homes, with only a few rooms but a ton of Southern charm. Business travelers are spoiled for choice in the downtown area, with many hotels catering to their needs.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown St. Louis?

These swish hotels don't come with the hefty price tags you might find in other US cities and rarely break the bank, whatever your budget. At the higher end, in a large guestroom with views over the Gateway Arch, you can expect to pay somewhere between $250 and $350. If this is more than you want to spend, fear not. Drop down to a decent 3 to 4-star and the prices can be considerably lower at around $150. If you're not fussy about all the bells and whistles, you can even grab a room for under $100, particularly in the low season.

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