Downtown St Louis Lodging

Looking for hotels, motels, and lodging resources in downtown St Louis, then you've come to the right place.  Search our directory of these St Louis lodging resources and hotels located close to such landmarks as the Arch, Busch Stadium, City Garden, Edwards Jones dome and more

Featured Downtown St Louis Hotels

Sheraton St Louis City Center            Downtown Hilton at the Arch 

Other Downtown St Louis Lodging Resources

Hampton Inn St Louis Downtown333 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63102314-621-7900

Courtyard By Marriott Downtown St Louis 
2340 Market Street at Jefferson
St. Louis, MO 63103

Hyatt Regency Downtown St Louis at the Arch
315 Chestnut Street
St. Louis, MO 63102(314) 655-1234

Hotel Lumiere St Louis 
901 North 1st Street
St. Louis, MO 63102(314) 881-7777

Pear Tree Inn Hotel at Union Station in St Louis
2211 Market Street
St. Louis, MO 63103(314) 241-3200

Crowne Plaza Hotel Downtown St Louis 
200 North Fourth St.
St. Louis, MO 63102

The Westin St Louis
811 Spruce Street

Saint Louis, MO 63102314-621-2000

Omni Maestic Hotel St Louis 
1019 Pine Street
Saint Louis, MO 63101314-436-2355

Drury Plaza Hotel at the Arch - St. Louis 
2 South 4th Street,
St. Louis, MO 63102


Hilton St Louis at the Ballpark
1 South Broadway
St Louis, MO 63102

Residence Inn St Louis Downtown 
525 S. Jefferson Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103314-289-7500

Renaissance St Louis Grand Hotel
800 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63101314-621-9600

Renaissance St Louis Grand Hotel
800 Washington Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63101314-621-9600

The Mayfair Hotel - St Louis
806 Saint Charles St
St. Louis, MO 63101(314) 421-2500

Millenium Hotel Downtown St Louis
200 South 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102-1804(314) 241-9500

Millenium Hotel Downtown St Louis
200 South 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102-1804(314) 241-9500

Drury Plaza Convention Hotel at the St Louis Arch
2 South 4th Street
St. Louis, MO 63102(314) 231-3003

Day's Inn Downtown St Louis 
2810 N 9th St
Saint Louis, MO 63147

Hotel Ignacio
3411 Olive
St. Louis, MO 63103(314) 977-4411

Marriott Hotel at Union Station in Downtown St Louis
1820 Market Street
St. Louis, MO 63103(314) 621-5262

Planning the Perfect Staycation: Attractions in Downtown St. Louis

With all the hassles associated with flying and the high price of gasoline, many families in St. Louis are planning a staycation and visiting attractions in downtown St. Louis. The area has something for everyone, no matter what their interests are, and all of the attractions affordably priced. Rediscover everything that is great about St. Louis by planning you next vacation close to home.

Attractions in Downtown St. Louis

City Garden, which opened in 2011, is a lushly landscaped urban park that combines the beauty of native plants, flowers, and trees with 24 pieces of original sculpture that has set the reset the national benchmark for landscape architecture in urban green space. One of the parks three water fountain features offers a splash area, while another offers a reflecting pool and waterfall. There are picnic areas as well as a small restaurant located onsite. City Park is located on Market Street in downtown St. Louis and off street parking is available in addition to nearby city parking garages. Admission to the park is free.

City Museum, located at 701 North 15th Street, is housed in a building that is architectural wonder as it is completed constructed of reclaimed materials found in the St. Louis area, ranging from tiles and bricks to abandoned planes. Visitors can explore exhibits ranging from circus history to natural history as well as the chance to explore caves and treetops. On the roof, there is a splash pond as well as Big Eli, a four story revolving Ferris wheel. The City Museum is also home to the World Aquarium, which features a wide variety of marine life, ranging from river otters to sharks.

Busch Stadium, a modern ballpark located at 700 Clark Avenue, is home to the St. Louis Cardinals. Busch Stadium has all the amenities to enjoy the excitement of major league baseball in comfort.

Eugene Field House and Museum, located at 634 South Broadway is a house museum that was the originally the home of Eugene Field, a poet whose father Roswell Field case represented Dred Scott in the landmark Supreme Court case. The house, dating from around 1845, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the home is filled with objects owned by Roswell and Eugene Field and their families. The home also features vintage furnishings from the 19th century. Permanent exhibits include toys and dolls dating from the late 18th century to the present and a library with books from the same era. Additionally there are photos and other exhibits detailing the events surrounding the Dred Scott case.

In addition to these attractions, there are miles of bicycle trails in downtown St. Louis and riverboat cruises that leave the marina near the Gateway Arch, the globally recognized St. Louis landmark. There are many venues featuring live music and restaurant with cuisine to please every palate. With everything downtown St. Louis has to offer, it is the perfect vacation destination.

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