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Where to stay in St. Louis

Hotels in St Louis, Missouri


If you’re looking for hotels in St Louis, Missouri, our website will bring several options into one neat and organized platform. If it’s exploring the largest metropolitan area in Missouri, then the following information might provide a few tips on where to start.

Travelers will be glad to know that there are plenty of free activities here to do, with several landmarks worth visiting. There’s a stunning city skyline complemented by the impressive Gateway Arch, a beautiful open mall surrounded by reflection pools and plenty of museums, parks and performances to enjoy.

Things to see

Like parks? Then the Jefferson National Memorial Park will be a real treat. It’s a large and impressive park found along the Mississippi River, featuring plenty of luscious lawns and still ponds. You can also find the city’s iconic Gateway Arch here, that has a unique elevator which brings you to the top. There may be long queues during the holidays though. History buffs can enjoy the Museum of Westward Expansion, found just underneath the Gateway Arch.

If you’re looking for a place with a little bit of everything, Laclede’s Landing, the second oldest neighborhood, is the place for you. Visitors here will be treated to the rustic cobblestone streets, quaint shops and myriad of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Players who enjoy a little game of luck can visit Lumiere Palace, a decadent casino complex that features a posh hotel and colorful attractions.

Hotels in St Louis

Travelers will find that St Louis hotels are relatively cheaper than expected, with great deals found for even the most posh hotels. There is an abundance of rooms, convention and meeting spaces, making it a great spot for business travelers. Options here include affordable inns, mid-range hotels and luxurious establishments with amenities that pamper the best of us. Getting around is pretty easy if you have a car, so consider renting one if you need to travel a lot.

Where to stay

Downtown area is the prime spot if you’re looking to be in the thick of things. Many accommodation options can be found here, along with several major attractions like the Gateway Arch and plenty of watering holes and great restaurants. The public transport system here is also decent, making it relatively easy to move around. Shopaholics will also get to practice their shopping sprints or marathons, with the trendy shopping avenues located close to other entertainment hotspots.

If it’s exploring unique culture and diversity you’re after, then the Lafayette neighborhood is worth considering during your travels. Here you can find Victorian and French Empire architecture, as well as the oldest park in St Louis. Along the tree-lined streets you’ll find renovated townhouses, a few shopping and dining options and plenty of accommodation options.

How to get to St Louis

If you’re driving in, St Louis can be reached through Interstate 70 West, I-64W, I-55N, I-55S, I-44E and I-70E highways. Lambert St Louis International Airport is the main gateway via air, and is connected to the city by the Metrolink light rail line.

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