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Rating: 5.00

Address: 811 N 9th St, Saint Louis, MO, 63101

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    1. Jenna S.
    I've reviewed hotels before and my biggest sticking point is price.  I hope that one day all hotels remodel to include swanky bedding and flat-screen TVs so there's cheap and super expensive options that have decent beds and comforts.  Since that hasn't happened yet, I look to places like this Holiday Inn to meet my needs.

    One important point of note: Until like two weeks ago, this Holiday Inn was a Ramada.  We actually made reservations for this hotel on Ramada's website but when we arrived we were surprised that there was NO Ramada at this address; instead, it was a Holiday Inn.  We were confused, to say the least, but the change is definitely for the better.  The previous reviews of the Ramada in this location average TWO stars and that is definitely not this Holiday Inn.

    Since we booked a room a bit late, this location was really our only option that didn't cost over $200/night.  Wash U graduations were going on, baseball games, and other events that basically filled up every hotel in the city.  Though I was a bit wary of this place, I was pleasantly surprised with what we ended up with.  

    The hotel workers (porters, desk attendants, bartenders, etc.) were all VERY aware of the recent name/management change that took place and they were incredibly accommodating in explanations, amenities providing, and general customer service.  They were super willing to answer questions since I'm sure they got about 10000 just the morning that I arrived and they weren't showing their understandable frustration that comes with a total remodel and name change.

    Parking was $10 and right across the street (north), just take a ticket at the autoticket thing when you enter and tell the front desk that you parked there and they'll give you a voucher to leave when you're done (and your charge shows up on your room bill not as a separate parking ticket).  $15 per day gets you unlimited in/out privileges, just ask the desk for a voucher each time you want to leave to get in/out of the garage.

    Remodel looks excellent.  New, open, modern lobby with a lot of shared seating and a new bar/restaurant.  Bar serves liquor until at least 1 a.m. on weekends and servers are super nice.  Looks like restaurant is full service for all meals, including breakfast, but no breakfast is included in the room price.  Each room has new bedding, new comfortable pillows, lots of storage and a modern flat-screen TV.  Refrigerator is concealed in the cabinetry, desk and chair for work are available, and modern lighting plus an armchair for comfort sitting.

    Pool is in an atrium on the second floor that looks really cool.  There's a view of the atrium from the elevator bay on each floor and the pool is really clean, modern, features lots of seating and is open until 10 p.m. each night.

    Our room was about $160/night when we booked it through the Ramada website, so price could be prohibitive if searching now as a Holiday Inn.  It's right across from the STL Convention Center and about a block and a half from Washington Street and the bars/restaurants on that strip.  Kinda pricey, but could be even more now that the hotel has changed ownership.  I've actually stayed in the Hilton right across from the ballpark and I actually like the location of this Holiday Inn better because it's only about a 15-20 minute walk from the ballpark and only 10 minutes walking to the City Museum and other bars/restaurants and breweries, which are cooler than being right across from the Arch and the ballpark.

    All in all, I very much enjoyed my experience here.  The new remodel was a definite plus, the bar had alcohol, the staff were friendly and this place is about a 10-minute walk from everything you want to see and do.   Free Wifi is a huge PLUS, especially since they had just fixed it post-transition.  It was easy to access and worked like a charm.

    17/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0