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St. Louis City Center Hotel in Saint Louis, MO

St. Louis City Center Hotel in Saint Louis, MO

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Rating: 1.67

Address: 400 S 14th St, Saint Louis, MO, 63103

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    Comments (3):

    1. David M.
    I travel hundreds of days per year for business, but this is the first day that I've ever had a vehicle broken into...from a SECURE PARKING GARAGE nonetheless. Roughly 10k worth of gear stolen. The hotel didn't even offer to remove the parking fees from the final bill, let alone anything else. Do yourself a favor and stay down the street at the Hyatt on Chestnut. They are always accommodating, and quite friendly.

    25/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Joy M.
    One word.... Yuck. We had a late arrival at another hotel that had overbooked so they sent us to St. Louis City Center Hotel and paid for our room. It was 2 a.m. When we finally got into our room and my first response was to sleep in my car. The bed sunk in the middle so I kept rolling towards the center. The room and hallways smelled like cigarettes. The decor was dated and shabby. Never again.

    14/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Amanda B.
    It's a decent hotel, but very overpriced, and they'll charge you for anything they can....the wifi is by the hour or a fee for overnight, which I find ridiculous when the room was $170 a night. The parking in their attached garage is also extra.

    It is right by the Scottrade, which makes it very convenient for Blues games. That is the absolute only reason I'd ever stay at this hotel again. It was clean and the bed was comfortable, so there's that. The walls were paper thin, so you hear everything around you.

    21/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0