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The Lodge at Grant’s Trail in Saint Louis, MO

The Lodge at Grant’s Trail in Saint Louis, MO


Established in 2002.


Company Info:

Rating: 4.33

Address: 4398 Hoffmeister Ave, Saint Louis, MO, 63125

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    Comments (6):

    1. Jozo B.
    I don't even know where to start. Kinda cool, kinda nice, but kinda weird.

    The atmosphere is pretty welcoming in a hunter meets housewife kinda way. Huge antlers hanging on the walls with an open fireplace filling the room. Then as you look closer, checkerboards and knitted quilts are in the main "lobby".

    Though its suppose to be a Bed and Breakfast, I just don't think I could stay in a place in themed rooms, especially when the themes include the "Christmas Room" and the "Alaska Room". Honestly all I could think about was Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas; Give me the Ether!

    I actually came for a funeral service, but the hospitality was very good. It accommodated a lot of people comfortably, and I believe everyone was pleased with the overall service. The Full bar in the lobby really helped too.

    08/04/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Sid P.
    I went to a wedding here, so I can't really comment on the food or anything.  The decor is a faux-hunting lodge kind of thing, which is kind of funny given that it's RIGHT NEXT TO THE INTERSTATE.  Lots of dead animal heads on the walls, and a giant chandelier made out of antlers.  

    Didn't really get to check out the themed bedrooms, but I'm sure they're lovely.  The entire thing was nice, if a bit cramped - we wound up having to stand on the second floor and watch the wedding from a balcony.   If you want to get married in a nice scenic non-denominational kind of place, you could do a lot worse.

    19/10/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Heather M.
    Very accommodating and friendly staff.  The lodge was beautiful and clean.  The bed and pillows were very comfy.  Lots of balconies and access to an eight mile bike and walking trail.  Two common areas to relax and hang out in, one with board games.

    19/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Melissa W.
    Recently celebrated my parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary here. I have to say it could not have been better. We had about 80 guests, and there was plenty of room for all. The lodge setting, while maybe a bit more themed than your own home, had a cozy, comfortable feel to it while still being impressive. The food we had on our buffet was delicious, and the staff was very professional, yet accommodating and friendly. We were all very happy with the event, including my picky European grandmother. Would highly recommend the Lodge at Grant's Trail to all.

    24/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Sarah M.
    We had our wedding rehearsal dinner here in Oct.  The staff and food was great!  All our guest commented on how great tasting the food was and loved the open bar.  We had such a great time we went over the time we had the hall and no one was rude or pushy for us to leave.  I will be recommending them to everyone I know!  Thank you :)

    08/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Sarah W.
    We got married here last year, and it was amazing! This place is not for you if you want that modern, sleek wedding venue--go somewhere else, please! This place is quirky and full of details, and that's why my husband and I loved it. It is on the smaller side--we had 75 at our wedding and reception, but I got to actually talk to everyone. The photo opportunities really abound here.

    We also reserved the rooms to stay. We stayed in the Washington suite, which has a nice jacuzzi tub and is super pretty. We had friends and family in the other rooms. We got to enjoy a delicious breakfast the next day with our friends and family, and that made the experience all the sweeter. We will definitely be back!

    20/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0