We drove up from Arkansas and stayed one night to watch the Cards beat the Cubbies. The hotel was walking distance to everything we wanted to do downtown: Busch Stadium, the arch, restaurants and bars, and the City Garden. Our suite was perfect and our only regret was the ballgame had 2 hours of rain delays so we didn't get to take advantage of the manager's reception or milk and cookies. We will definitely try to stay at the Magnolia on our next trip.
Room was larger than expected for a downtown hotel. I was very pleased overall. Had a maintenance issue that was resolved right away. I would recommend this hotel for anyone wanting a great location by the stadium!
The hotel was very nice and staff was very helpful. It is an older hotel and some of it has been updated. The room furniture was ok. There were 2 tv's but one remote and no shampoo in our room. The room also had a smoking smell. For the location it was great.
I was welcomed despite my early arrival. Every employee hospitable. Close proximity to all attractions. Very close to train for easy access to and from airport. Plane didn't depart till 8, I was allowed to stay till 2.
The hotel is currently being renovated. We got an old room it was ancient with stains on carpet. Couldn't understand how to use the A/C but yet was comfortable. Did seem pretty clean despite age of room. Overall not terrible and we didn't hang out in the room much. Wouldn't want to go back until all renovated.
The Missouri Athletic Club is located at 4th and Washington right in the heart of downtown St. Louis. We are located only …More
The location was good, just near by the University and a sushi restaurant. Parking lot just near to the hotel also. It was not free but the price was cheap. The staffs were really kind. Enough hot water and coffee every day in the lobby. The room was kind of small. The bathroom door was really hard to move! Generally everything was good.
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Hotel Ignacio offers 49 well-appointed guest rooms and two suites. Designed by the award-winning Lawrence Group the …More
Instantly recognizable by the Gateway Arch, downtown St. Louis is bordered by the curve of the Mississippi River. Waterfront neighborhood Laclede’s Landing is a hotbed of dining and nightlife. Music lovers should head to South Broadway, a street with the city’s best blues and jazz clubs. Busch Stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals; north of downtown, the Rams play at the Edward Jones Dome.