Minutes from downtown St. Louis, our hotel is near popular attractions such as the Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium. Explore a rich culture with ease from our convenient location.
There's never a shortage of things to do in downtown St. Louis. Start with a delicious breakfast at Cloud's Restaurant, and then head to downtown St. Louis for a tour of the beautiful Anheuser Busch Brewery. Continue your day with a bike ride along the Katy Trail and a stop at the world-famous Gateway Arch, an amazing 630-foot monument located along the west bank of the Mississippi River.
Baseball fans know exactly where to go when they visit St. Louis: Busch Stadium, home to the city's Major League team, the famous St. Louis Cardinals. More interested in hockey? Then head to Enterprise Center to catch the St. Louis Blues in action. Enterprise Center is also host to basketball games, concerts, events, and professional wrestling matches.
Guests at our hotel will be in proximity to many educational institutions, including the University of Missouri-St. Louis and St. Louis University. Business travelers will also find it convenient that the area is home to eight Fortune 500 companies, including Edward Jones Investments and Post Holdings, as well as other well-known businesses such as Anheuser-Busch and Nestle Purina PetCare.
If you want to visit a museum that's different from any you've been to before, head to City Museum. Located in a 100-year-old warehouse, City Museum is home to art galleries, exhibitions, installations, and dining. But that's not all. Discover secret passages and interesting slides, bridges, castles that St. Louis artists have repurposed from old cities.
There are plenty of things to do near St. Louis International Airport. Stop by the St. Louis Zoo, less than 30 minutes away and meet 12,000 new furry, feathered, or slithery friends. Next, visit Missouri Botanical Gardens to explore 79 acres of flowers, plants, and trees. Be sure to indulge in St. Louis' delectable dining scene, from the fine fare at Tony's to buzzing Delmar Loop.
750 N 16th St, St Louis, MO 63103
www.citymuseum.com Housed in the 600,000 square-foot former Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects. Featuring attractions such as Atop the City, Enchanted Caves, MonstroCity, and Toddler Town spread over multiple floors and the roof, visitors of all ages will love exploring the museum! Five concessions outlets, Gift Shop, and World Aquarium round out the museum.
119 Leonor K Sullivan Blvd, St Louis, Mo 63102
The Gateway Arch Riverfront, highlighted by the majestic Gateway Arch, attracts more than four million guests each year. At 630 ft., our nation's tallest man-made monument has plenty of exciting activities. Take the tram ride to the top, see a documentary film, experience a giant screen movie, visit the Museum of Westward Expansion and go shopping. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Extended summer hours. Go to www.gatewayarch.com for more information .
4900 Six Falgs Road, Eureka, MO 63025
You'll find every kind of ride for every kind of rider at Six Flags St. Louis. Check out Fireball, the parks newest roller coaster, or get a rush on Batman the Ride. Also watch for The New Revelation, a virtual reality roller coaster. They didn't forget the younger kids, and have a park just for them. To cool off during hot summer days, bring you suit and get your adrenaline rush at Hurrican Harbor. Days and hours of operation vary - visit www.sixflags.com/stlouis for more information.
5050 Oakland Ave, St Louis, MO 63110
Explore 700+ exhibits, the OMNIMAX® Theater, James S. McDonnell Planetarium, the new Lazerium, special traveling exhibitions, and more. Its fun for the whole family. Admission is free. Hours of opperation change throughout the year so call or visit www.slsc.org for more info.
527 N. Grand Boulevard, St Louis, MO 63103
"No longer need residents of St. Louis look beyond their own city for the finest entertainment." Quote by the William Fox Circuit of Theatres in 1929 for the opening of their newest, most exotic temple of amusement, The Fabulous Fox Theater, and it still holds true today! The Fox offers a dazzling array of talent and entertainment twelve months a year. Whatever type of entertainment your looking for the opulent fox theater can provide. For shows and times call or visit www.fabulousfox.com
921 S. Riverside Dr, St Charles, MO 63301
The Streets of St. Charles shopping complex is a charming destination boasting historic buildings and brick-lined streets. A stroll along the Missouri River presents the perfect opportunity to explore unique boutiques and art galleries. Dining options are diverse and range from casual cafes to fine dining restaurants. Festivals and events abound throughout the year, including the Christmas festival and parade. Come enjoy the ambiance of this vibrant district.
1127 Pestallozi and Lynch St, St Louis, MO 63118
Follow the crafting of Budweiser, The Great American Lager, from all-natural, quality ingredients to the refreshing brew enjoyed across the globe. In the Hospitality Room, if you are 21 years of age or older, you can enjoy your favorite brew including a variety of our new and innovative products. Soft drinks and snacks are also served. The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales, known for their size, strength and precision, can be seen in their stables at our Brewery Tour locations in St. Louis, MO.
2020 Arena Parkway, St Charles, MO 63303
The Family Arena is a multi-purpose arena in St. Charles, MO. The arena seats 9,643 for hockey, 9,755 for football, 10,467 for basketball, 6,339 for half-house concerts and up to 11,522 for end-stage concerts. In addition to sporting events, concerts, circuses and ice shows the arena is also used for trade shows with a total of 39,900 square feet (3,710) of exhibit space (17,900 square feet ) on the arena floor and 22,000 square feet on the arena concourse. www.familarena.com
1 Government Dr, St Louis, Mo 63110
Lions, tigers, and bears oh yes! The St Louis Zoo has them all! Come see one of the top five zoos in all North America at a very resonable price, FREE! The Zoo houses over 18,700 wild animals that range over 560 species of animal, many of which are rare or endangered. Visit Polar Bear Point to see the triumphant return of polar bears to the Zoo, take in a show at Sea Lion Sound, or take a ride on the Zooline Railroad! Visit www.stlzoo.org for more info.
201 S 18th St, St Louis, MO 63103
The St. Louis Wheel™ is a 200-foot high observation wheel with 42 fully enclosed, climate controlled gondolas that seat up to six adults each. Wheel passengers will take three to four rotations high over the St. Louis skyline during the 15-minute ride. The St. Louis Wheel™ is a iconic attraction on the St. Louis skyline and will be operational every day of the year.
201 S 18th St, Saint Louis, MO 63103
The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station is a must-see attraction for visitors to St. Louis. With over 13,000 animals and 44 exhibits, it's a fascinating and educational experience for all ages. Highlights include a walk-through shark tunnel and interactive stingray touch pool. The aquarium also offers a variety of unique experiences, such as behind-the-scenes tours and animal encounters. With an accessible location at the historic Union Station, it's a perfect addition to any St. Louis itinerary
Downtown St. Louis is the region’s hub for tourism, dining and entertainment. Whether you’re a permanent resident or in town for a day, Downtown has plenty of activities, filled with culture and fun for all! Downtown is home to 200+ annual events, delicious eateries and numerous attractions.
Historic brewery featuring various tours, a beer museum, a biergarten, a gift shop & classes.
Busch Stadium, located in downtown St. Louis, is home to the St. Louis Cardinals, one of the most historic franchises in Major League Baseball. Opened in 2006, the stadium features stunning views of the Gateway Arch and downtown skyline. In addition to hosting Cardinals games, the stadium also hosts concerts and other events throughout the year. Whether you're a die-hard baseball fan or just looking for a fun outing with family and friends, Busch Stadium is a must-visit destination in St. Louis.
Located next to Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village is a vibrant dining and entertainment district in downtown St. Louis. The multi-level venue features several restaurants and bars, including a beer garden, a rooftop bar with panoramic views, and a sports-themed bar. The district also hosts various events and concerts throughout the year. With its proximity to Busch Stadium and other downtown attractions, Ballpark Village is a must-visit spot for anyone looking for a fun night out in St. Louis.
The University of Missouri-St. Louis is a must-visit for anyone looking for educational and cultural experiences. The campus boasts a beautiful setting and a diverse community. Visitors can explore the campus, attend cultural events and performances, and visit the Mercantile Library, which houses rare and historic books and artifacts. Take a stroll through the Sculpture Garden, visit the Touhill Performing Arts Center for a show, or explore the university's many museums and galleries.