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Four Seasons Hotel in Saint Louis, MO

Four Seasons Hotel in Saint Louis, MO


Bringing new cachet to the downtown riverscape, Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis rises above the city, minutes from the central business district. Enjoy unrivalled access to stadium sports - and to Lumière Place entertainment complex, right downstairs. Then retreat to Four Seasons tranquillity, where views of the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi are as big as the Midwestern sky.


Established in 1961.

The story of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, which opened its first hotel in 1961, is a tale of continual innovation, remarkable expansion and a single-minded dedication to the highest of standards. The Canadian-based company has transformed the hospitality industry by combining friendliness and efficiency with the finest traditions of international hotel-keeping. In the process, Four Seasons has redefined luxury for the modern traveller.


Company Info:

Rating: 4.60

Address: 999 N 2nd St, Saint Louis, MO, 63102

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    Comments (75):

    1. Angela S.
    I was very interested in seeing what the Spa was like at the Four Seasons Hotel ever since I moved back to St. Louis with my husband.  Mind you, we just moved back from a 4 year stint in Las Vegas so we've been very pampered with our choices of Spas and got accustomed to world class massages and service from world class masseuse.  It just so happened that our favorite Spa in Las Vegas was the Four Seasons in the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, so I HAD to try the Four Seasons here ASAP!  Donna was my masseuse of choice after reading some reviews and word of mouth and WOW am I glad I took their advice!  I received three different treatments over three different sessions including a scrub, wrap, and massage.  I mentioned world class service in Las Vegas,  I have found it in St. Louis!  Highly, highly, HIGHLY recommended!!!

    19/05/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Beth R.
    Hubby and I just had a 4 night stay at the Four Seasons in St. Louis and I am now spoiled for any other St. Louis hotel.  We come into town at least a couple of times a year for family and passing through on the way to Mizzou games, and so often stay in St. Louis hotels.  The Four Seasons is hands-down the best of the pack.  The rooms are large, beautifully decorated and comfortable (in particular the beds!)  The bathrooms are also huge with a huge tub and separate shower.  Everything is immaculately clean.  I have seen some complaints about the location, but St. Louis is a strange city and no location is really great.  This one is within very easy walking distance of Laclede's Landing, which has some good bars and nightlife.  It is true that it is right next to a casino, but we did not feel that affected the vibe much once inside.  Of note, we did have a city view room, which means we could not see the arch, but also did not have the bright sign flashing in our window.  What really differentiates the Four Seasons from other St. Louis hotels, though, is the service.  It is really first class.  We felt very welcome and at home immediately upon alighting from our car,  and every staff member was willing to help us with the smallest request with a smile.  The concierge set up a great dinner and helped us with getting a car in no time.  The doormen will even offer water or an umbrella if needed on the way out, both of which came in handy on this trip!  I think we have found our new home away from home in St. Louis!

    20/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Jim Z.
    We just stayed there for our anniversary and had a great time.  They surprised us and upgraded our room because they saw we what we were celebrating and that really got things off to a good start.  The spa is wonderful and we both had some of the best massages (deep tissue) we have had anywhere.  Dinner at Cielo was quite good and the whole place was jumping which gave it a great vibe.  Almost seemed like we were in a big city.  Definitely recommend and we will be back again when we can. Only had a couple of concerns; they (like many upscale hotels) still charge for wifi, which is getting to be a real irritant and the service at the restaurant was a bit choppy.

    19/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Sarah W.
    Wow, amazing hotel.  Best in St. Louis hands down.  I worked an event here for my internship and it wasn't anything less than stunning.  In addition to a gorgeous wedding reception, the staff was friendly and very helpful.  If you can afford it, hold your next event here!

    14/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Nicholas J.
    Only place I'll stay since it opened. They know me by name at this point I've been so many times. I'd recommend it to anyone coming to STL, especially someone considering Hotel Lumiere (that place is a dump).

    02/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Jennifer S.
    I was here for a business meeting this past week and it was the nicest set up I've experienced at any hotel.  The "continental breakfast" was delicious, especially when I was just expecting coffee and bagels.  As soon as I was seated, the server offered me juice or coffee.  I really enjoyed the various options, especially the egg-white vegetable frittata  - it was a tasty and healthier option to regular scrambled eggs.  The meeting room offered coffee, tea, sodas and (my favorite) sparkling water.  The box lunch we had to go was offered in small soft-sided coolers.  What a good idea!  I'll use mine again and it will be free marketing for Four Seasons :).  The coolers contained a sandwich, chips, an artichoke pasta salad (yum), a cookie and an apple.  The sandwiches were good and I noticed that even in March, they found nice red, ripe tomatoes. I'd recommend the Four Seasons St. Louis when considering options to host a business meeting or training.

    10/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. debbie b.
    Luxury, luxury, luxury!  We stayed a night last week and this hotel is top of the line!

    31/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Alicia L.
    This is a great place to stay when visiting St. Louis.  The rooms are large and beautiful, everyone is friendly and helpful, and late-night room service is good (try the buffalo wings).  During the humid summer, the best plan of action is to enjoy the 8th-floor pool and bar with a view of the Arch in the warm night.  Especially with a cold, tasty pitcher of sangria.

    03/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Diana C.
    This review is for the Spa at the Four Seasons St Louis.  With any $95 treatment (example: 60 min. Swedish Massage) you also get access to their pool, fitness center, whirpool, and steam room.  Just the access is worth the $95, so to get a massage as well is an added bonus.

    The space is serene and peaceful, the staff is helpful, the therapists are really talented.  My therapist was Mirranda this past weekend, and I fully intend to request her next time I return.

    22/12/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Isla E.
    I didn't stay here, but I went to a wedding, so its worth reviewing, if someone is looking for venues. Actually its worth reviewing because the food tasted almost as if it was prepared just for me when actually it was prepared for 300+ people. I wasn't the only one that felt that way. Nice work in the kitchen.

    The staff was friendly but the valet lost our car, so minus one star. Of course they found it after like, half an hour. That's a long time after several hours in 3 inch heels.

    09/11/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Matthew R.
    EASILY the best hotel in the St. Louis area.

    Very modern.

    Very clean.

    Exceptional service.

    St. Louis needs more hotels like this.

    06/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Becca L.
    Best. Splurge. Ever.

    I was lucky enough that my boyfriend booked one night here for my birthday because I would have probably never been able to justify the splurge, but even that one night I was able to see just how incredible this place is. First of all the service was fantastic, the people at the front desk were helpful but not overly annoyingly so, later when we were wanting to swim during this unusually warm November day the staff helped me track down a bathing suit to use and while swimming another staff member appeared out of nowhere (it seemed lol) with fluffy robes and hot chocolate. How awesome is that? After swimming we headed back up to the room and we had been left a makeup bag with some fantastic Lancome samples AND a treat that can only be described as a chocolate piece of art. The rooms were beautiful, the bathrooms were just out of this world with the decorating and spacious tubs and the beds themselves were beyond comfortable. This is most certainly a splurge that I think is 100% worth it.

    15/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Jeff P.
    Definitely a great hotel, but...
    I wouldn't categorize this as anything more than a nice Hilton.  The rooms are the best part of this location...huge, great city view, awesome shower, tv in the bathroom mirror, etc.  The one restaurant on site was very good, as I had a breakfast voucher for three days.  The outside pool and hot tub looked nice, although I did not partake.  The location stinks.  It is close to nothing, except the gnarly casino it is attached to.  The free self-park garage is accessible through the smoggy, granny-smoking-with-oxygen-tank, and-local-riff-raff-coming-to-make-their-fortune casino...not too classy.  I would say that it got peaceful inside the hotel, but on Saturday night, a wedding was held on the balcony on the reception level.  It was so loud, that it overpowered the football game on my tv, 8 floors up!  I didn't pay this money to be annoyed in my own hotel room.  I would stay here again, but only for a much more discounted price.  It definitely was not worth $300/night.

    03/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Liz A.
    This is for the Spa at the Four Seasons.

    This is where I go for all of my facials and I LOVE IT. Lauren (the estetision and the ONLY person I will ever let touch my face) is amazing! I always feel so refreshed and rejuvenated when I leave...although I never want to!

    You can also spend time at the pool and get some lunch while you are there.

    06/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    15. Stephanie S.
    My mom treated me to a massage at the Spa at the Four Seasons, and afterwards, I requested this as my birthday present every year from now on. IT IS AMAZING.

    I had a 60 minute massage, and I felt like I was in heaven. My masseuse was very accommodating, and the pressure was excellent. I was a little stuffy from a bad cold the day I got my massage, and he used eucalyptus to clear my airways.

    It was excellent. The whole experience was mindblowing.

    19/05/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. Rod J.
    Ok, I'm sure you expect this place to get 4 stars and good review but there is a reason I am taking the time to review them.  When we arrived in our room we encountered a 'situation' It was not a huge deal to me but they about died apologizing for it and moved us into a new room with an upgraded arch view and treated us like kings.  My wife loved the bathtub.  When I say loved I'm talking this stay will probably cost me a $20,000 bathroom upgrade.  We stayed there Monday night for business but then moved down the street to the Hyatt for a conference (and that was the conference hotel on the shuttle route).  Turns out the Hyatt didn't have a pool so we called four seasons and found out their rate was VERY competitive and moved back.  She did go to the pool but loved the tub so much I think she spent all of Friday morning there while I was in meetings.  They also had their limo take us to our black tie event so the shuttle was not that big a deal and the hotel was so much nicer!!  I do wish the internet was free.

    PS-the beds are wonderful too

    26/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    17. S L.
    This place was the worst. I couldn't believe it. First of all it's in the strangest area, kind of tucked away, but not in a charming way. And it's situated RIGHT next to an enormous casino. Though if you like casinos and the people that frequent them, this might not be an issue.

    Really what ruined my stay was the proximity to the stadium. Yes, it is not only next to a GIANT stadium but if you're lucky enough to stay on one side of the hotel, your view will consist of a huge billboard with flashing lights. Lights that flash all. the. time.

    So was the room and amenities nice? Sure. Was it worth it to be kept up by the flashing light (blackout curtains did no good) and then woken up at the crack of dawn by the bass of music coming from the stadium/fans? No.

    Worst of all the staff pretended it was a non issue, which was pretty frustrating considering how much money we were spending and since the noise was deafening and it's practically an all-glass building. And that other guests shared my sentiments.

    A total disappointment. Do yourself a favor and take your business elsewhere.

    06/02/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    18. Shari M.
    Staying at my home away from home again and just want to give them props for always anticipating what is needed before I need it. :) Thank you so much to my hero James for being such an amazing person along with "GREATS" Heather, Danielle, Aline, Ashley, Mr. O, Cory, Stephen, Fabrizio, Peter Bakery God and culinary team and Peter v2 :), John, Jamie, Carmel, Leslie, Yvette, Colin, Kimberly, Emily, Lysette, Jeffrey, PJ, Aaron, Kyle & team, the Spa, Housekeeping, Valet, Concierge, et al!! Everyone is first class, stellar and I love them!! Can't say enough about the service! Just the best. I won't stay anywhere else. Book early because its the best hotel in St. Louis and they fill up fast. LOVE YOU GUYS!!

    08/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Jeremy M.
    This place rocks!  I travel like 50 weeks out of the year all over the place and this hotel is in my top 3 favorites across the U.S.

    Awesome service you'd come to expect from any Four Seasons

    Kick ass back patio area with a pool, outdoor fire place and fantastic view of downtown and the arch

    Cool little TVs inside the bathroom mirrors

    Connected to the Lumiere casino - which provides about as much excitement as you can expect from STL

    08/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    20. Rick S.
    Wonderful hotel! Great bed and a spacious room. Very comfortable. I didn't eat here or go to their bar, but the room was modern, comfortable, and quiet.

    06/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Stephen D.
    What can I say, this place is the BEST.The rest. where I had Brunch today for Easter was GREAT. Service went out of there way to make my day great. See I was alone and they made me feel like I was family. Now we talk about the food. 10 star's , 2 thumbs up. I am a chef and for as many people they were cooking for everything was great. I will come back again and again.

    31/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    22. Clay D.
    Best $18- Martini ever

    17/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Mary C.
    We are currently staying here at the Four Seasons! By far, one of the nicest hotels ever! The staff, room, etc., a 5 star place! Thank you!

    01/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Emily B.
    I had the pleasure of staying here for 3 nights when I was in Saint Louis for work a few weeks ago, and I could never imagine staying anywhere else on future trips to the area.

    I imagine most of this review goes without saying as the hotel more than upholds the standards one would expect from this hotel chain. I was surprised, as were several other Yelpers, to at first see that this hotel was connected to a casino right on the river and it momentarily had me worried that that was the reason we had gotten such a great deal on the rooms. But it was a very quiet, professional business-class hotel. The view of the arch and the river both from the lobby and from my room were to die for. I have uploaded a picture here for you to to see.

    The room itself was very large and nicely laid out with a modern workspace, a lounge chair, and wet bar. The bed was so comfortable that before I left I actually pulled the sheets off to see what kind of mattress it was. And the bathroom was big and lovely. I only wish I'd had time to relax long enough to enjoy a bath in the enormous tub.

    We ate dinner here two nights and the food is good, though obviously pricy. The menu had a lot of great offerings and my only complaint would be that both waiters we had each night did not seem well-educated enough about the wine or the food to be offering suggestions. They were helpful, but not knowledgeable about the product.

    With regard to other services, the valet was extremely efficient and polite which was great because we were often coming and going in a hurry. They learned our names and our vehicle quickly.

    My only regret is that my visit was in February as I didn't get to try the outdoor pool and hot tub (which were both open) as it would never have crossed my mind to bring my bathing suit to Saint Louis in February. But there were definitely people out there and it looked fantastic!

    21/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    25. Iffat B.
    This review is for their spa.

    I received a $300 gift card for my birthday so I decided to use it on the Taste of Spa Package. The cost of this package is $225 and lasts 90 minutes. You choose three services from 4 different services available. I chose the massage, body scrub, and the facial. The body scrub and facial were amazing and I thought the massage was ok. Not the best I've ever had, but still relaxing.
    The staff are very friendly and between each service, I was given tea and snacks which was a nice touch. They have a sauna but I had a limited amount of time, so I was not able to go in there.
    I had $75 left on my giftcard so I used it on a $65 haircut. I dont ever spend that much because I usually found that no matter how much I spend, my hair ends up pretty much looking the same. I was proved wrong. Jackie (I believe that was her name) was amazing. I had gotten an awful haircut earlier that month. I wanted side-swept bangs that girl I went to previously had f'ed up so Jackie came to the rescue. She made my bangs and hair look amazing. She is totally worth spending $65 on.
    Overall, if I were rich, I'd come here every weekend. I had a fabulously relaxing day and would recommend this spa without any hesitation.

    05/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    26. SJ K.
    Probably the top hotel in St Louis.  Great accommodations.  The suites are spacious and the services are top notch.  Four Seasons is the "to go" hotel for the weekend trip with the family.  Chef's dinner is fantastic and Fabrizio the chef does a great job in keeping everyone entertained and satiated with great food.  The kids (4 and 7 yo) love this hotel as well.  My 7 y.o. wrote a thank you letter voluntarily last summer to the hotel staff as she had such a great time during our stay.  The summer is a great time to visit with the wonderful pool and pool service.  If you are up for some gambling, you can walk over to Lumire and push your luck as well.

    18/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. Abby S.
    My review of the Four Seasons is only for the 8th floor bier garden and inside bar. And it's gorgeous! Although it's pretty dang hot right now, I don't mind standing out on this patio because it has one of the best views of downtown/the Arch that I've seen.

    Drinks here are pricey, but what do you expect at the Four Seasons? How else are they supposed to pay the mortgage? :) The staff is very helpful, friendly and we were never without a cocktail inside the lounge. Even with a huge crowd they kept their cool and it seemed like everyone was being accommodated.

    I am interested to come back and use the spa sometime - and that amazing rooftop pool! Everyone with whom I've spoken who's used their services raves about 'em. Hear that boys? The ladies like the Four Seasons Spa!

    29/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. Shari d.
    Staying here on business and this has to be the nicest hotel in the Saint Louis area.  The staff were extremely attentive and even gave me an upgrade when they accidentally checked me into a room that had not be cleaned prior to my arrival.   Since I will be coming back frequently over the next few weeks they offered to store my bags and have them waiting for me when I arrived again the following week.  

    The rooms are so plush and the bathrooms are to die for.  If you are in the area and can afford it you should stay here.

    27/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    29. Tom C.
    Wow is all I can say. This is an outstanding property with all you would expect from the Four Seasons brand. Impeccable service where they almost seem to be reading your mind and spacious, well appointed rooms. The fitness center is big enough to take a good sized crowd of fitness nuts and has a nice array of equipment.

    No hotel in downtown St Louis even comes close. I get really ornery and perhaps even a little depressed if I have to stay anywhere else on a business trip.

    25/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Mary Kate M.
    As good as it gets. This review is based on the rooftop restaurant.

    I came last night with my Meetup.com group. Weather was horrible. Monsoon raining in downtown St. Louis @ 6pm in the evening? Think about it. Regardless of the dreariness of the outside, I refused to let this stop me from going and enjoying myself on the top of this venue. A friend had recommended and I had to find out for myself what the hoopla was all about.

    I got to the restaurant after braving the elements, and waited for my guests to arrive. As I sat there waiting at my reserved table, the server came over to check on me more than once in the 30 minute time lapse as i waited. She wanted to ensure I was happy and comfortable.

    The bar manager even peaked by to see how I was. Prompt and very friendly without missing a beat.

    Once friends started arriving, the server was quick to make sure we were knowledge of the drinks they had, and provided us with dinner venues as well.

    Though everyone settled on the pizzas, everything tuned out to be very savory and well done to the liking of the guests.

    You are looking to pay from 25-35 dollars for yourself if you drink and eat over the course of time. Pricing isn't cheap, but you pay for the view. The view is amazing!!! Once the rain let up, we moved outside to the pool deck/patio where they had a fire pit, canopied with televisions, the pool of course, and a spectacular view of downtown and the Arch.

    This venue is perfect for a wedding proposal date, a first date, anniversary date, a date to get away from your kids...... THIS is a DATE place!! As well as friends' night out, an after dinner drink or what ever occasion you can think of.

    I will come here again, and hopefully soon. Definitely a winner in my book for a rooftop with a view. I'm all about rooftops. :)

    08/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    31. Colleen C.
    Score one for a midweek deal at the Four Seaons 'Lou edition! This was my first ever stay at a Four Seaons (ever!) and I feel like I'm channeling my mentor on maternity leave. She'd be proud!

    While my budget doesn't typically allow for such indulgences, some quick finagling of a few seasonal deals landed me here for one night of luxe accommodation. Yes, I was in St. Louis for a busy 20 or so hours, but 8 of them were spent sleeping in that utterly fantastic bed...sigh. Truly heaven. The staff is on point over and over again, the place is immaculate. The rooms large. The L'occtaine products bliss-filled. The soaking tub + rain shower, impeccable. Large, well-appointed, serene, great desk. All around excellence from porterage to check-out.

    Coupled with a stunning view of the Arch, and well...what's to complain about?

    Oh, I can find a few things...scroogey Mcscroogerson Hotelier reporting for duty.

    *located directly next to a Casino. Hmmm. Touristy.
    *view of Arch is entirely overshadowed by one of the most garish LED billboards advertising none other than...The Four Seasons. It lights up my entire room.
    *Room service from Cielo: one of the worst Cobb Salads ever made, most definitely. $45 for a salad and one glass of wine. Fine if they rule. Not fine if they drool.

    So yes, this is a 5-star property...but as of now, 4 stars for the Four Seasons due to a few outlier issues. Fair enough. High expectations call for high standards and relative ratings.

    01/12/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    32. Joy C.
    My hubby and I stayed here a little over 2 years ago and.... can you give a hotel 6 stars?!?!  This place is the best hotel I have ever been to.  They went above and beyond.  My favorite lounge/running pants had ripped and I sent them along with my other clothing items to be laundered and when they sent everything back they had sewn the hole in the inseam of my pants.  Talk about amazing service!  We ordered room service and the food was very, very good!  The view was spectacular and I wanted to take the bed home.  The bathroom was the best... nice over sized walk-in shower with plenty of room.  This place is worth the price and I would definitely stay here again.  From a travel agent's heart to yours... this place rocks my socks!! :)

    23/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    33. Orn W.
    These are the second-nicest rooms I've ever stayed in! (only behind a super-luxury resort in Mexico), but the BEST bathrooms!

    They have high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and spacious, amazingly nice bathrooms.  The best part of these rooms is how large they feel.  The bathrooms have a deep soaking tub with shower hose, tile and glass shower with shower hose and rain shower, large counters, separate toilet room, and a TV in the mirror.  The only drawback is no exhaust fan. I didn't use it much, but my room had a large 42" flat-panel TV.
    The complementary shoe shine was nice and and room service was always on-time or ahead of schedule. They of course have a late-night menu, but the kids menu is also available 24h.
    The staff is very courteous and professional.
    Access is very fast on/off I-70, only a couple stoplights. It's super close to Laclede's landing, and an easy walk to Washington Ave and downtown or to the Gateway Arch.  

    I had an amazing corporate rate of $105/nt but double that would be very appropriate.

    25/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    34. Dan G.
    We stayed here for this past Memorial day and it was very nice. I mean, what do you expect? You are at the 4 seasons!?! So, pinch yourself and settle back for luxury at its finest.

    We were set up with a nice suite that had two huge windows overlooking the Mississippi. Very modern room with a lounge area, office area and huge plasma TV. There was tons of storage space throughout our suite. The bathroom was all marble and granite with a separate overhead shower and a sunken tub. The bathroom even had a TV that was built in to the mirror, never seen that before.

    The lobby is where you'll grab your coffee in the morning and maybe drinks. The patio has a huge space that has a very nice pool and cabana set up that overlooks the Arch.

    Location however, was right next to a casino. Not to sound like a snob, but I stay at the 4 seasons to avoid that kind of riff raff. A sixty year old guy chomping on the end of his cigar wearing an Ed Hardy tshirt and jeans certainly ruins a romantic meal. I also smelled smoking on our floor, which certainly should not happen for what you pay a night. It also got loud outside as people cruised around the casino throughout the wee hours.

    Don't get me wrong. I love the 4 Seasons, but they lose a star for location.

    09/06/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    35. Salil G.
    It's the Four Seasons. As expected, everything was perfect. If you need a review to figure out if the Four Seasons is a good place, you're either a hillbilly or not from this country. Pay a lot, expect excellence.

    27/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    36. Marybeth B.
    Asked for turn down, and they only collected our dirty towels and didn't bring clean ones.  Not sure if they were having an "off" night or what.  Pretty room, but not  "Four Seasons" service. We had dinner at the restaurant Cielo, and the service was outstanding.  The food was very good, as well.  My hubby wrote a letter after our trip about our hotel service, but we have yet to hear a response.  It's now been over a year, and mgr never responded.

    15/08/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    37. Rrr V.
    Host:  n/a (bar)
    Barternder: 1.0
    Drinks/concoctions: 2.5
    Property-style, decor ambiance: 3.5

    I have never been to a Four Seasons Hotel where the staff conversed amongst themselves about their personal matters and at a voice level patrons could hear.  Consequently, you may have to wait for your beverage until their conversations have concluded.

    01/09/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    38. Dawn Z.
    My husband and I stayed at the Four Seasons 11/2-4 for a conference.  It was wonderful to have the conference only a few floors below.  With their fast elevators, I could run to my room during the short breaks.  The conference facilities were nice, with plenty of drinks and good meals provided.  Our room was spacious, with a separate couch, coffee table, desk and two chairs.  The bathroom was large with a walk-in shower and TV in the mirror.  The closets were large as well.  We had room service, which arrived on time with the food still hot and crisp.  Every person we interacted with was very friendly, helpful and respectful.  The modern yet calming decor of the hotel was also enjoyable.  We look forward to our next stay there.

    15/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    39. Lindsay H.
    I had a recent work trip to St. Louis that I was dreading. I mean who loves 16 hour days where you're non stop catering to other people's needs!?! Well, to my surprise, I didn't mind it at all this time and I owe it ALL to the Four Seasons.

    First off, this hotel is gorgeous from the lobby to my incredible and spacious room. Second, it's located right on the Mississippi River AND the Arch is a stone's throw away which is pretty perfect if you're touring the city. Next, the staff was amazingly helpful and friendly All that coupled with great food and great fitness facilities made this trip a breeze for me.

    Absolutely stay at the Four Seasons for any trip to St. Louis. It's worth every penny!

    10/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    40. Srini V.
    Four Seasons is great value for money.  As any traveling salesman would agree, there are only three things that really matter in a hotel--the room, the room service and the bathroom.  And this Four Seasons property excels at all three.

    Four Seasons has ultra-modern rooms, most with direct  views of the arch.  The room service is fast and the food is far superior to the average restaurant fare in St Louis.  And the rain shower and the mirror TV make the bathrooms a great place to be in.

    Some bonuses--complimentary shoe shine, a great rooftop restaurant, friendly service, rooms at about $100 a night, a free shuttle to select locations, and a casino within very close proximity,

    Why is it so easy to get a room at this hotel?  Search me!

    15/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    41. Rachel M.
    A must if you are in St. Louis!  This hotel is the picture if luxury.  A stunning lobby with friendly staff.  Gorgeous rooms that are impeccably clean!  And views that are just incredible.  I cannot recommend this place more!

    18/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    42. Amber P.
    This was truly one of the best hotels I have ever stayed at. The staff was super helpful and friendly. The room we had was right in front of the arch and really nice! We also ate at the attached restaurant. The dining was an extremely unique beautiful experience! We also went to the casino right next to hotel and had a fun time there as well!

    22/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    43. Lianne S.
    This is my favorite hotel in St Louis. I've stayed at several Four Seasons in different cities and I feel this is on par with those. It's not as nice as...say, the one in Hawaii... but I mean..that's Hawaii. It's also connected to a casino (questionable) and it's also in STL. :)

    The beds are big and super comfy. I love white on white beds. White beds would never work in my home (I'm way too messy) but they are so crisp and fresh. Mmmhmm.
    Thick curtains allowed us to sleep as late as possible.. Not a single ray of sunshine got in that room unless we wanted it in there!
    Nice modern furnishings, neutral colors. I told my hubby that we're decorating our next bedroom like the Four Seasons rooms.
    The TV is huge.
    There is a TV built into the mirror in the bathroom.
    The bathtub is huge and so magical. I think I took 10 baths in 4 days.
    I got Room Service several times (including a milkshake at midnight when I just had to have something chocolate). Tips: Avoid breakfast. My toast was burnt which is pretty unacceptable and wasn't fond of the Eggs Benedict. For the two of us it was 60.00++ I should've went to Rooster.
    Pretty standard. On par with the price. I think we paid 200.00/night.

    Oh, and the view of the Arch is awesome.

    Walking to Washington Ave at night from the hotel was questionable, especially in the darkened area under Interstate 70. Um...I mean, it's not the safest area. Thankfully, we discovered the underground tunnel that pops you out right infront of Edward Jones Dome. This cuts out quite a bit of that sketchy walk. From there, it's a quick walk on a well lit and traveled street (past Drury Inn) and you're to Washingnton Ave (where all the restaurants are).
    Alternatively, you can walk through Laclede's Landing and hit up the Metrolink and go anywhere you need to. Maybe a 5 minute walk? OR, there is always a cab outside the hotel waiting to take you whereever you wish to go.

    We ended up parking in the (free) parking lot below the hotel to avoid valet as we didn't need our car for the 4 days we were there. If I was coming and going I may have paid for valet but the parking lot is maybe an extra 2 minute walk so it served it's purpose fine for just checking in and then checking out days later. We literally walked or cabbed it everywhere during our stay.
    Would like to mention that the valet is VERY friendly. They were a standout; always had a smile.

    Didn't use the spa much to my dismay. Also I was disappointed that the hottub and pool were closed, out on the rooftop. I was staying at the FS last February and I distinctly remember them both being open so this was disappointing that they weren't open this time, in March. Looked like a remodel was in the works though.

    Snagged a sweet deal; 3rd night free. As far as I can tell they often do deals like that so look around.

    You take the elevator up to floor 8 to check in. You do not need a key to do this as there is a restaurant on this floor so it's not just hotel guests.
    From there, check in and then you take up a different bank of elevators (with your key) to whichever floor you're on. This was a little annoyinh as if you were just coming and going you had to change elevators on the 8th floor just to get to the bottom level but it was nice that only those using the hotel were using that bank of elevators. I read another review from someone who said the Four Seasons is two towers and this VERY MUCH confused me because I'm nearly positive it's not two towers. Wait, what? The other adjacent hotel is the Lumiere.

    18/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    44. Jenna L.
    This hotel is my favorite in St. Louis with its view, unbelievable service, and good food whether you are at the pool, in your room, or at the restaurant. I highly recommend any out of town guests to stay here.

    19/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    45. Julie L.
    I've been to the Four Seasons a few times and each time I discover something new about the hotel which makes me want to return in the future.

    Be careful, however, because it is attached to Lumiere Casino and if you're not careful, you're bound to park in the casino garage over the hotel garage.  But all roads lead to one another.

    Having family work for the hotel, my first experience here was with the Unveiled Bridal Show last year.  It was amazing and the hotel did a great job with presentation, food, drinks, etc.  I returned recently to lunch at their restaurant with my cousin and I was interested in seeing that the lobby isn't the check in lobby, its simply the concierge directing you to the 8th floor where the registration is and their restaurant.  Upon walking off the elevators, you find out why - a gorgeous view of the Arch and downtown await you.  Such a small detail that makes you eager to explore the rest of the establishment.

    12/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    46. Chris K.
    From my experience, the hotel and rooms are immaculate. The rooms are very modern and have excellent bathrooms. Definitely try to get a room with a view of the Arch. If you're not facing the Arch, you'll be looking out at some old, run down factories. The value here is fantastic: in larger cities, you'd pay $400-500/night to stay in a place like this. Cielo is the on-site restaurant, and it has a terrace that is a fantastic place to have a few drinks while taking in the view of the Arch.

    One negative: it's a bit disconnected from the rest of the city because the interstate runs between the hotel and the city. If you want to walk somewhere, though, you can walk through the Lumiere Place casino next door. The casino has a pedestrian tunnel with people movers that connects the complex to the rest of the city. Laclede's Landing is down the street, but, truthfully, there's not a whole lot that goes on there anymore. If you're looking for a nice night out, head up to the Washington Ave. area.

    15/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    47. Stephen B.
    Good food, nice space, and excellent service! We went to a charity event in their main ballroom.

    01/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    48. Courtney C.
    Like all Four Seasons, they are all beautiful. This Four Seasons is a little different with a casino - but I found this property extremely confusing. This hotel has two towers and they do not connect indoors - making it quite a trek going from one tower to the other in the cold winter months. Other than that, not much to complain about! You can see that the employees truly love their jobs.

    27/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    49. Connie G.
    Stayed here 2 weeks ago for my 50th Bday! Booked off cheap hotels for $235.  Absolutely everything was superb!! The room, the view, but mostly the staff.  They set the experience apart.  TEN STARS!   Only suggestions ~do a little of your own homework and book things  yourself and save yourself more than a few dollars over using the concierge, but then....,,convenience costs:-).

    26/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    50. Scott W.
    This hotel lives up to the Four Seasons brand. The staff is uber polite and helpful, from the check in to the restaurant to room service. The rooms and beds are crazy comfortable, the pool area is nice -- you won't want to get out of bed or leave the hotel.

    10/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    51. Lee P.
    What a train wreck.

    I travel professionally and have stayed at Four Seasons properties throughout the world.  This was by far the worst.  I paid premium dollars weeks in advance for an upgraded room facing the arch with floor to ceiling windows.  The windows were filthy with some kind of crap smeared on them just above arms reach.  It looked great with the sun streaming in on the beautiful sunny winter afternoon.

    There was no directory of amenities or hotel services, like site restaurants, etc.  We wanted to see what options we had for a quick, light breakfast in the morning prior to our departure for the airport.  My wife asked at the front desk about it since we find some sort of directory of services at virtually every other lodging throughout even the 3rd world and she was told that they were 'working on it' and 'would have it someday' !!??  I guess nobody has mastered a crayon and xerox machine in that far flung outpost of civilization we call St. Louis. (For shits sake they had a beautiful directory at that bastion of lodging, the St Robert, Mo. Fairfield Inn.  That's pretty rural, kids.  Maybe the Four Seasons should hire the very effective managers from that better run Fairfield Inn property to consult on hospitality management 101, see more reasons below).

    The on-site restaurant at the Four Seasons for breakfast is a Must-avoid.  We were going to go to use the Peets Coffee outlet we saw signage for in that dingy ashtray of a prison next door  that they call a 'casino', but I thought, hell its the last day of our vacation, we're at a Four Seasons, the restaurant doesn't look very busy and it would be such a treat for my wife.  I counted 4 servers plus maitre 'd and supporting runners, bussers, etc. restaurant was half full (if that), with most guests finishing their meal.

    After being seated by said maitre 'd, we waited 15 minutes to get anyone to come by and even offer us coffee, but the maitre 'd did have time to cruise by twice to tell us that something would happen soon.  Get a pot, take an order, fool!  If the staff is that inept, pitch in!  There was only one other table seated in the hour we were there, so he wasn't busy with guests.  He just stood at his little podium, looking great.

    After burning almost an hour for the simplest of mis-executed breakfasts (I'll not go into the botched order, etc.), I went to the room, got luggage and went down to check out.  Guess what?  The morons at the restaurant (now empty) couldn't be bothered to post the check to the room.  The front desk didn't know the phone number to the restaurant and had to walk across the hotel to then get someone to post the check.  After about 15 minutes waiting, he comes back and says he couldn't find anyone to do it.  I'm now running late for the airport.  The front desk said they'd settle up and email me my statement and asked for my email address. You know, that same thing they badger you for at check in?  The desk clerk scratched it down on some little pad full of doodles.  I still have not received that statement.

    The valets in parking were the best feature at the property.  They were organized, fast and efficient.  Maybe they should run the hotel instead of the garage?

    I think a zoo full of chimps could run things better.  At least we could all be amused by the chimps as they hurl feces.  Oh, I guess they did.  It was all over the windows of my room.  Epic Fail.  Never Again, not even if Eric Ripert himself left the NYC property and took over that crappy restaurant.

    In summary, the best part of my experience at the luxurious St. Louis Four Seasons Hotel was seeing it in the rear view mirror of my rental car as we got the hell out of there.

    16/03/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    52. Kellie S.
    I wasn't staying at the hotel, but on Wednesday afternoon I had an appointment at the salon. I had left my husband down the street about 3 blocks at a restaurant. When finished with my appointment it had started to storm. I had no way to get back to my husband because I had walked. There were to very nice gentleman who worked there at the door when I exited. They offered me an umbrella to use, but when they saw how scared I was of the storm, they offered to shuttle me to the restaurant even though I wasn't staying there. I just wanted to say thank you for being so kind. You made my day by being so kind and thoughtful.

    28/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    53. Ali P.
    I enjoyed the spa in the hotel, even if I didn't receive what I asked for. The service I receive was mediocre. I wouldn't recommend the spa to friends. I had a great salad and delicious champagne for lunch. I'll give them another try before writing them off. Maybe it was a off day for both my masseur, and masseuse.

    04/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    54. Heather L.
    Wonderful spa. The "coed" whirlpool overlooking the city is a great idea. The hubby and I loved our daily ritual of gym-steamroom-whirlpool, followed by an afternoon of reading magazines, watching the slow progression of barges on the Mississippi.

    The rooms are spacious, with clean lines and tasteful furnishings. Plus, l'Occitane products and comfy bathrobes make any restful stay even better,

    Only downsides:
    The steady flow of Casino patrons through the lobby.
    Smack-dab in the middle of our four-day stay - A loud, rowdy pool party that consisted of multiple bar-stations and people dancing as if they are at a nightclub.

    12/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    55. Véronique T.
    Very friendly and nice hotel. They have decent amenities and great view from the room. They have an eco friendly card that you can put on the bed but it does not stand out so I did not use it the first night. I wish it was more visible. Otherwise, I love this hotel!

    03/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    56. Bratwoman S.
    If the world ended tomorrow I would be happy just living here! Very attentive staff, extremely clean rooms and excellent pool area and lobby! Pets are welcomed and they even left a nice doggy bed with treats, water bowl and even a bottle of Evian! We got a view of the arch absolutely gorgeous!!!

    25/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    57. Jason R.
    Finally got to check out the Four Seasons in downtown St. Louis! Wow! I was attending a leadership conference for the weekend and the Four Season definitely lived up to their reputation.

    Our room had an amazing view. Customer service was 5-star. The showers/bathroom was superb!

    What can you say about a place that has a reputation of being a 5-star hotel. That they are a 5-star hotel.

    Bottom line: If you either live in St. Louis or traveling through St. Louis you won't be disappointed by how pampered you are at this place! Well done Four Seasons!

    18/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    58. Gabi M.
    My stays at Four Seasons hotels are typically only for really special splurge type of get-aways such as my honeymoon and a post-kid weekend away with my husband.  So when I scored a sweet deal at the Four Seasons STL during a recent work trip, I was oh so excited!

    It was only one night, but it was such a treat... This Four Seasons in the 'Lou delivered on everything you'd expect from such a high end brand name and more.  From the friendly service all around, the spacious, immaculate room, the fabulous amenities and products, comfortable bed, quality restaurant (with views of the Arch included), and awesome fitness room to the spa and casino that I hope to experience next visit, this hotel really does offer it all.

    I only hope to score a similar deal in the future... I could definitely get used to Four Seasons for all of my travels!

    09/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    59. K B.
    I think I was meant to live here! This is the way you should stay. Four seasons all the way!

    10/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    60. Kay H.
    Four Seasons Hotel is a great place to stay if you are in downtown St. Louis, MO. I had a beautiful room, with a view of the Gateway Arch, and Mississippi River.

    The bathroom is gorgeous. Overall impression is new and modern -- television screen in bathroom mirror; towels are soft, and the perfect thickness. Everything impeccably arranged, and superbly clean. The shower has modern fixtures with a waterfall shower. L'Occitane products generously displayed.

    Four Seasons Hotel, St. Louis has an exceptional housekeeping team. Everything was spotless and impeccable when I arrived, and throughout my stay.

    The first morning, I awoke later than usual, due to room being blissfully quiet, bed being so cozy comfortable, and room karma being so perfect.  

    The next morning, I went to Cielo, Four Seasons St. Louis restaurant, and ordered coffee, and a waffle. The waffle was especially delicious -- crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside.

    The hotel decor is modern, sophisticated, with modern art displayed throughout, water features, and a fireplace in the lobby. The staff are impeccable at the St. Louis Four Seasons. Everyone was friendly, helpful, and professional.

    07/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    61. Christy A.
    Excellent full service spa..treatment, poor, sauna, fitness center, even room service after directly to the relaxation room.  Only issue is every small request comes with a price tag...I don't mind paying for a service but damn!  An aspirin was $1 and a mini birthday cupcake was $25.  Wow....

    06/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    62. Ken B.
    Great hotel.   Loved the look of the place and how pet welcoming they were.

    The place is gorgeous.  It's a warm modern feel.  It has a masculine vibe in a *not having to like sports* kind of ways!  The bathrooms are huge.  Bigger than many rooms in my own house.  Separate soaker tub and rain head shower area.  TV in the mirror and enough room to ballroom dance if you wish.  

    They brought up a dog bed and treat for our pooch.  Our little guy didn't understand what the dog bed was as he looked down upon it from the softest king size bed he had ever laid upon, but he thought it was a cute gesture.  You enter the hotel on ground level, take the elevator to the middle of the building to check in and then proceed to another elevator to get to the rooms.  That seemed like a lot of waiting and people interaction for our 15 year old pooch to make it through in hopes to make it outside to do his business, so the staff happily showed us the service elevator at the end of our hall that was one continuous ride down to an outside destination and told us to use it whenever we wanted.  What a life saver.  Every staff person we encountered was top notch.

    The location is somewhat perfect yet oddly located.  Once you get to the front of the building it's fine, but winding yourself down to make that happen seems a little challenging at first.  It's just tucked down next to a casino and all in a bit of a cluster, but once inside it's a little slice of heaven.  We hope to stay here many more times.

    26/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    63. Julie F.
    Recently spent one evening at the St. Louis Four Seasons. Reception at this hotel was friendly enough, room was typical for a Four Seasons. Our room had a great view of the arch and river - probably the best part. We had brunch at the hotel restaurant Cielo no complaints there. Food was very good.

    I just can't rate our stay higher than 3 stars due to the fact that there were minor issues that I would expect more from a Four Seasons top shelf hotel.

    Room safe did not work. I'm a little crazy about hotel cleanliness and there was goopy leftover soap or shampoo in both the shower and tub (ick!). At some point our tv was not functioning and it was a real bummer as we spent over an hour trying to figure it out - I just wanted to veg out in a comfy robe and watch some mindless tv. Upon checkout we mentioned it and were told the system was going through an reboot, would have been nice if we were notified before. We also asked for Sunday paper delivery and never received it.

    It could have been a fluke and the four seasons may be your best bet in St. Louis but I was a little underwhelmed. Visit any other Four Seasons and you will see why this one didn't seem to measure up.

    07/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    64. Robert R.
    Can't beat this place in St. Louis for service or location.  Close to the major sports stadium and major sites, its a great hotel.  

    If you are a gambler, its a bonus that its attached to the Lumiere.  Not my thing, but you can get your gamble on close by.

    As for a room with the arch view.  the "city" view, is a bit less picturesque, you might say.  

    service and amenities are top drawer.  Only pet peeve is no coffee in the room.  What's up with that?  You can go down to the lobby for fresh coffee, but that is not how my mornings work.

    Self Parking is adventurous but free.  Valet if you want to feel like a rock star.  One of the other things I love about this hotel is the smell.  it smells clean and  fresh, like citrus, all of the time.  

    Treat yourself, you won't be disappointed.

    20/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    65. Richard D.
    Amazing hotel. The rooms are huge and comfortable, the hotel staff is very friendly and courteous. The room view was totally unbelievable. This is by far the nicest hotel in St Louis. Will stay again and don't want to stay anywhere else.

    08/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    66. Katrina W.
    Everything was simply magnificent! They thought of every detail - every single one! We had an arch view suite, fabulous for our family. They took such great care of us all, no detail left unattended too. We'll never stay anywhere else! The Four Seasons St. Louis is not to be missed, worth every single penny!

    01/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    67. Kev M.
    I walked into the Lobby of this Four Seasons and was greeted by one of the concierges who noticed that my backpack was frayed along the seam where the shoulder straps connect to the pack.

    She offered to have it repaired, and said it would be done free of charge.

    5 hours later, the pack was dry cleaned, and hanging in the closet in my room.

    Everything about this hotel is first-class, and the staff's attention to detail and willingness to assist is exemplary.

    22/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    68. Anita L.
    Extremely rude service at the time of check-in.  I was made to wait in the lobby for an hour awaiting confirmation of a reservation made by my spouse even though I showed them the email confirmation of the reservation.  We have stayed in Four Seasons Hotels and other luxury hotels around the world, but this one is the absolute worse in terms of customer courtesy.  

    This issue was discussed with the front desk manager who was very courteous and apologetic for his staff's behavior.  I am satisfied with the resolution to this problem.

    04/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    69. Gspot H.
    The Pool Deck and the Pool Parties overlook the Mississipi River and The ARC. The Food Served for banquets n all dat sexy stuff is really good, & if U doing the Uncle G thang they got a kids meal.

    13/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    70. Billy M.
    Originally was the stay at luminere.  Issue with the room they had so they put me up at the four seasons.  Great staff and amazing overall accommodations.  Thank you.

    03/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    71. Cindy R.
    Very high quality hotel.  It has a beautiful view of the arch and the room, bed, lobby, toiletries and service are impeccable.  

    We were only able to get a room for one night because of the holiday weekend but it was perfect.  

    The pool was amazing along with the poolside service.  Highly recommend!

    The casino is quite.... smoky.... and they should change the ventilation down there but we barely walked thru that area.

    Another awesome thing about this  hotel is that the whole darn place smells like a high class spa!

    It's worth it.  Soooo worth it.

    07/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    72. Anjelica N.
    Unfortuately, I was in this hotel for less than 24 hours. Fortunately, the small amount of time I spent there was quite memorable. On a business trip, I arrived in the early evening. From the minute I arrived at the Four Seasons until I left, the employees were always ready and willing to help me with any questions, my bags and special requests. In a word, they were all very doting.

    I had the King sized room with the Arch View. Wow, the morning sunrise view overlooking the Mississippi River and the Arch was absolutely gorgeous. The bed was extremely comfortable with super fluffy sheets. The bathroom was huge....almost bigger than the rest of the room. Not only is there a separate shower and bathtub, there's a TV in the bathroom... Pretty neat. Didn't have much time to enjoy it but still cool to see!

    Lastly, the in hotel restaurant is Cielo. I highly recommend it. Not only is the wait staff attentive and friendly, the good was pretty delicious. We had 14 people at dinner and I didn't hear one complaint. My dish was lamb chops, baby carrots and eggplant parmesan and it was absolutely delectable!

    08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    73. Nina B.
    I spent the night at this hotel with my son and niece, and got an arch view premier room. From the moment the valet parked my car, we were treated with the best care. The kids were in awe with the room that was stocked with a snack bar and juice. The beds were comfortable and the view to die for. We were able to walk to restaurants easily, and the staff was pleasant and courteous. My son even got to pick a toy out of a wagon when we arrived. The hotel stay with kids was made a seamless as possible and I will definitely be staying here from now on when visiting St. Louis.

    The spa was also beyond amazing. It was comparable to 5 star spa encounter I had in Chicago, which I expected, but was blown away by in St. Louis. The individualized care given really puts the Four Seasons above everything else.

    22/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    74. John R.
    Kind of an odd layout for a hotel but still a solid Four Seasons experience. The first floor is really just the entrance. You need to get into the elevators to make the run up to the 8th floor, past the casino level, to get to the actual lobby of the hotel. Once there you can start to feel at home.

    Getting to the rooms is done through another set of elevators that need your key to punch buttons and that is a welcome firewall between room access and the casino, etc.

    Service is what you would expect for a Four Seasons and the rooms are nice, roomy, and the bathroom layout works for being away as well. The bonus for me was opening the window shades and seeing a wonderful view of the Gateway Arch which is easily walkable from the hotel -- taking only about 20 minutes to get there which is a little longer than it should be because of all of the construction in the area.

    04/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    75. Gabriel S.
    My new goto place to stay in the Lou.

    Quiet bedrooms, fast internet, clean rooms. Super nice staff that will bend over backwards to help the customer.

    Free shoe shine every night. 2X a day room cleaning.

    Really nice workout facility. Very new  and light atmosphere and very upscale.

    Outdoor pool, indoor hot tub and steam room.

    On site restaurant and bar. Fresh vegetable juice made to order on the menu.

    AAA all the way!

    19/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0