Top 5 hotels in St. Louis for different travel styles

Ask a room full of people what the best places are in any city and you’re bound to get an array of answers. Dig deeper and ask what makes the establishments “the best” and many reasons will be cited. The answers range from “luxury” to “affordable”, “casual” to “upscale.” Travelers hold different criteria for what makes the best of anything, including hotels. Rather than just naming the top five hotels in St. Louis, Missouri, for the #HipmunkCityLove project, a variety of accommodations were selected to represent different travel styles.

Best Luxury Hotel: Four Seasons St. Louis

Let’s just get the big one out of the way. When talking luxury hotels in St. Louis, the Four Seasons St. Louis cannot be left out. The hotel houses a modern art collection worth $7 million, and guests can celebrate a special occasion with their very own custom fireworks display. Along with signature Four Seasons class and sophistication served with Midwestern hospitality, it’s hard to beat this luxury property in St. Louis.

Best Family-Friendly Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites at Forest Park

Traveling with kids can be stressful, but Hampton Inn & Suites at Forest Park eliminates the stress for families visiting St. Louis. Only three blocks from Forest Park, the location is ideal for families. Forest Park holds days’ worth of fun, including St. Louis Zoo and St. Louis Science Center. Also, the magnificent Missouri Botanical Garden is only 2 miles away. Feeding the kids before heading out for the day is made easy with Hampton Inn’s complimentary breakfast. Weather isn’t cooperating? Spend the day with the kids at the indoor pool.

Best Inn/Bed and Breakfast: Park Avenue Mansion Bed & Breakfast

Couples longing for a romantic getaway or business travelers wishing for a more personal experience should look no further than Park Avenue Mansion Bed & Breakfast in historic Lafayette Square. The building itself is a French Second Empire “Painted Lady” and dates back to 1874. The inn’s formal parlor, Victorian dining room, and charming gardens exude timeless elegance. The conveniences of modern technology, such as Wi-Fi throughout and Apple/Android docking stations in all guest rooms, remind visitors they’re still in the 21st century. If Park Avenue Mansion still hasn’t won you over, maybe the possibility of in-room spa services will.

Best Unique Hotel: Moonrise Hotel

If unique, boutique hotels are your thing, then Moonrise Hotel has your name written all over it. What makes it so unique? It could be the space-age décor throughout or the walls of changing colored lights in the lobby. Or it could be the lunar toys and rare space memorabilia on display. Still, none of that quirkiness takes away from its boutique hotel status. The modern and sophisticated rooms, the otherworldly and luxurious amenities, and the cosmopolitan Eclipse roof-top bar make Moonrise Hotel THE spot to experience urban chic in St. Louis.

Best Hotel for Affordable Indulgence: The Westin St. Louis

Travelers with a penchant for upscale experiences without the huge price tag will feel quite comfortable at The Westin St. Louis. The hotel’s greatest luxury comes in the form of location, for it is just steps from Busch Stadium and Ballpark Village in the Cupples Station Historic District. The guest rooms feature modern, sleek designs, and the spacious, warmly decorated bathrooms with high-end toiletries just beg you to indulge in a relaxing hot shower or bath. Guests craving further indulgence can visit The Westin’s on-site spa, which offers a full selection of signature services.

Just like any other world-class city, St. Louis offers some of the best hotel options for every travel style. Be sure to consider these properties when planning your trip to the Gateway City!

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One Response to Top 5 hotels in St. Louis for different travel styles

  1. Jacquelyn January 5, 2015 at 1:19 pm #

    Couldn’t agree more with the Westin. Might be my fave hotel in all of STL!

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