I was on business and this is a wonderful hotel! Irene who works at the hotel is amazing!!!! Everyone was very friendly and helpful. The stay was quite and comfortable - I will be ONLY staying at the Four Season when I visit St. Louis in the future!
Bringing new cachet to the downtown riverscape, Four Seasons rises above the city, minutes from the central business …More
Stayed overnight for a place to sleep on a long drive back to Texas. It was an easy checkin, parking only cost $17, and the room was nice. The hotel is older and has some of that charm still. Our room has an open area in the ceiling near the sinks which had a really loud humming noise, plus looking up into that area was a little creepy. However, everything else was fine.
We enjoyed our stay here. Our room was clean and spacious as was the hotel. The staff were always very helpful. It is very close to the Arch and within walking distance to most of the cities sights etc.
My g/f and I had a great experience at the hotel. In fact I wished we'd spent more time there. I appreciated the aesthetics and the decor of the hotel with the exposed brick throughout especially. There was definitely some thought put into it. Some might find it to be too contemporary or chic I thought it was great.
The room was well maintained, quiet and clean, though on the smaller side. We actually were moved to a different room, from the 5th floor to the 4th floor, because we really wanted a room with a bathtub. The staff kindly obliged us and moved us and we did in fact enjoy the deep tubs. Be sure to request one in your reservation if you want it. I actually liked the original room more minus the lack of the tub but alas we can't have it all in life I suppose. Each floor has a different theme so if there is a next time I hope to end up on a different floor.
We didn't have a chance to check out the restaurant or lounge but we did walk through and it at least looked nice. Check in and out was easy. Parking was in a gated lot across the street but you can also park on the street if your schedule allows for it and save a few bucks.
Overall I would recommend and would stay again if I needed a hotel in the area.
Traveller from San Diego, CA
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.