Crowne Plaza St. Louis - Clayton Hotel
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27 days until we set sail. Time is getting close. The next few weeks are already filling up with beauty appointments, getting wardrobe together, gathering all the little extra necessities and endless list. Hoping time flies by these next few ...
April 20th Rich and I will be celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. Three kids and spouses and 7 grand kids later we have realized what an accomplishment we have acquired. We decided to celebrate by taking a cruise to Alaska. We embark on our journey May 2nd with a flight into Seattle. On May 3rd we set sail for Alaska and the inside passage. We will ...
So Sunday Katie and I leave for Iceland. We fly to JFK in NYC and from there travel to Reykjavik. If you want to follow along with us...check this blog out and Katie's! You can find her on my page on FB. We will also stay a few days in NYC on our way back, and there will be fabulous adventures there as well!
... us on a better path, we often forget him. He is meant to be more to us.
We head to the Arch next. Tickets to the top. Very orderly for the number of people taking the tram up. I enjoyed the tram (or elevator) as much as the view. Claustrophobia is easy to experience as our bodies must arch in against the curved structure of the tram. About 4 minutes up, 3 down. The viewing area is relatively small but perfect. Tallest monument ...
Was planning on doing a bike ride first, to get a little exercise, but the weather did not cooperate. It didn't just rain, it poured, for about six hours into the drive. Finally cleared up somewhere around Lebanon, Missouri. After the skies cleared, the temperature rose quickly. But the A.C. in the car was working just fine. If you want ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza St. Louis - Clayton Hotel
My wife and I stayed from a Friday night to Sunday morning in room 501. I note the room number because there seems to be two sections of rooms. The gold elevator takes you to one set of rooms and the silver elevator to another.
It maybe a Holdiay Inn now but same old Radisson Staff
The staff at this hotel is the worst. It started at the front desk which could not have been less helpful and then I got lost trying to locate my guest room. The hotel restaruant is extremely dirty I saw roaches as I was having dinner
Great beds, Great location
This hotel has great beds and an excellent location for both business as it is central to all points of interest and is also superb for families as is near its best attractions and ball fields and arenas.
More than I expected!
I had stayed at this hotel in the past when it was a Radisson. Wasn't my preferred hotel to visit but most convenient for my clients. I was plesently surprised with all the improvements now that it is a Crowne Plaza. This is without a doubt the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in! Very pleasant front desk staff assisted me with an issue (Thank you Ben & Shana). I now look forward to returning to this hotel next month.
This was a very unpleasant stay! I came into town for my annual family reunion- I usualy stay at the Sheraton around the corner, but that hotel was booked up that weekend- and I know why, because it is so much better! The room was extreemly dark, and so was the hallways. It took me for ever to find the the ballroom where we were having our function. The front desk made me feel that I was I was wasting their time when I was asking questions about the local area. I suggest you should stay at the Sheraton in Clayton- you can get some great deals! Or go downtown, the prices are a little more, but well worth it!
I grew up in this part of St. Louis; however, when I come back to visit, I often find I need a hotel (if there is no room at friends or family's homes. I usual stay at the Sheraton, around the coner, and once I was at the Clayton on The Park, also a block from here. They are both very expensive so I thought I'd give this one a try since it was a little less so.
This hotel needs remodeling. We booked the room through priceline...but I'm not even sure it is worth the deal we got ($70 a night). The room was TINY and old. The wallpaper and bathroom tiles look like they've been here since the 50's. We paid to use the valet parking service and there was NEVER a valet on duty when we came to drop off the car (it probably would have been easier to just park the car ourselves). On top of that the driveway was always so crowded you could hardly get in or out. The elevator smelled like vomit. Worst of all, the shower in our room didn't work (unless you like the choice of scalding hot or freezing cold when you bathe). When we checked in I asked the guest services rep what room we were in and he responded "I wrote it on the card". He didn't even hand me the keys, just set them on the counter when I wasn't looking and ignored me. Furthermore, when we called to ask to get the shower fixed they were unresponsive...the second time we called they finally apologized and sent someone up...but he couldn't fix it and nobody ever called again to offer a new room or any other options.
Loved this Hotel!!
This Hotel is great service, ambiance, and pricing. The beds are awesome; they have new beds that are incrediblly comforable. I've never slept so well in my life. Free courtesy service and game room. Also, free internet access.
The staff are the friendliest I've encountered in 6 months.
Garage parking is so cheap per day, only $6.00 a day!!
When I'm in St Louis /Clayton again I'll rebook here.
Much better now a Crowne Plaza!
I had stayed at this hotel before when it was a Radisson, was ok at best. WOW what an improvement Crowne Plaza has made! Finally got the much needed renovation to lobby and hallways. Never stayed in a Crowne Plaza before, was very impressed. This was the nicest bed I have ever slept in. Staff was friendly & obviously much happier now with a newer hotel. Better than the Sheraton next store.
I called the hotel, and told them I was interested in making reservations for a family reunion. I was invited to come to the hotel for a tour, and l did so with my wife. The tour was given by the Director of Sales. Everthing looked good, and he said he would call my the next day to finalize. He did not, nor did he call the next day. I reached him late that afternoon, and he was very apologetic, and said that everything looked good, but the price was going to be $149/night, not the $109 we had discussed, and was the publicly advertised price. I asked him what reason he had for the change, and he said the hotel was going to be full anyway that weekend. I feel this is unethical and illegal.