Boutique hotel experience - nice finishes, vintage meets modern in a good way. Staff was excellent - helpful, approachable. Location was convenient to attending downtown sports events and close to awesome restaurants. Did not have time to take advantage of breakfast, happy hour or cookies - but will do it next time!
Staff=Excellent. Everyone was nice and accommodating!
Room was dated. The beds were ok, but there was some wear and tear... Bathrooms looked to have some original
fixtures, which were neat, but not really functional.
Big thing for us, is that we had no control over temperature in the room. The radiators were on one night and it was not cold....
TV, was newer...the Sensor on the TV was disabled and the remotes did not work well. I am not sure why this was done nor the purpose behind this. But the staff did what they could to assist, and did not understand why IT had done this.
We did not use the athletic facilities nor did we dine on site.
I was a little self conscious about the dress code, but when we saw the family of four going to the pool with no shoes, and boys had no shirts I was less concerned.
The Missouri Athletic Club is located at 4th and Washington right in the heart of downtown St. Louis. We are located only …More
Busy trip , so not much time spent in room. Parking expensive, but also available on street if no athletic events and you feed meters after 8:00 AM. Only two towels provided and they were thin and skimpy.
We were told by friends the Drury Inns are very nice hotels. We were not disappointed! The location downtown St Louis was convenient. The accommodations were great and the breakfast and late afternoon buffet were wonderful. The experience was terrific!
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.