Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel Berkeley
Always fun to stay at the Renaissance Airport
Just visited the Renaissance St. Louis Airport on March 13-15, 2005. Heather, the front desk manager, greated me and it seems all other guests with a smile. The newly remodeled lobby and bar establish a warm welcome to the guests and privacy for those that enjoy quiet drink.
The hotel room appeared to be recently remodeled. The beds are the heavenly type with lots of pillows of varying thinkness and firmess.
BTW, the breakfast buffet, although a little pricey at $11.95, is excellent. Lots of fruit and recently served/cooked food. The server offered to have the chef make an omlett or special eggs for me.
I will defintely stay at the Renaissance when I need to stay in St. Louis again.
Glad we chose the Renaissance
We stayed for two days at this hotel and found the room and the staff to be fantastic. The first room we were given was by the elevators and I asked if we could move to a room farther from the elevator area. The staff said no problem. The room was the quietest room we have ever stayed in, you couldn't hear people on either side of us even though we knew the rooms were occupied. The weekend package we chose included breakfast which was buffet style and they had a wide variety of breakfast items to choose from. After we helped ourselves to the buffet, our waitress brought us small glasses of fruit smoothies along with our beverages. It was a nice touch. When we go back to St. Louis, we will stay here again!
Not going back to the Renaissance
My husband and another couple stayed here for the New Years Eve Bash. We were dissapointed with the lack of aminities.
It is a very pretty hotel, so why can't they have offer a fridge and micro-wave?
For the rate they charge we we're terribly upset.
For goodness sake...even the Drury Hotels offer those!
Nice Hotel-Would Stay Again
I stayed here this past weekend with my family and had a pleasant experience. I did however luck out by receiving a free upgrade to a suite, perhaps because the hotel was very full with an Irish dance competition being held there that weekend. Front desk staff was friendly, attentive, and helpful. Our suite was very spacious, but most importantly it was very clean. I was impressed with all areas of this hotel. My rate of $99 included the breakfast buffet (average quality) for the family so it turned out to be a good value.
I would recommend requesting a high floor facing the airport for a nice view.
Convenient and accommodating
Very good for airport travelers. Check their park & fly rates which include parking in their gated lot. We've always found checkin to be quick and their airport shuttle is efficient. Rooms ae more plush than average and the quietness is surprising.
Not worth the $$$
Despite it's exterior glitziness, once inside it's not worth the money/hassle. They USED to have an Executive Floor that had a free happy hour, but that ceased to exist.
Airport transportation is marginal [especially at night] and they always stopped at the STL Marriott.
I visit STL quite a bit and I will never stay there again.
The rooms here are very clean and they put all new, very modern furnitures in the room.
Newly renovated hotel. Clean rooms and nice bathrooms. Had both indoor and outdoor pools. Has broadband internet connection. Got a double queen bed room for 70$. Good deal. Negative sides - they charge a parking fee
Highly recommend, brand new rooms
Great hotel. We absolutely loved our stay in their brand new rooms. Food and service were great. Rates were extemely reasonable at $79.
We stayed in a newly renovated room and it was Heaven! From the very well decorated bathroom to the to-die-for bed, this hotel should be moved up to a 4 star hotel. The staff was very friendly even at 5 a.m. when we had to go to the airport. The only complaint is you have to pay for parking, but it's cheaper than the airport so we didn't mind. We highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to St. Louis.
TripAdvisor Reviews Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel Berkeley
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... up for the night but she also paid for dinner (Future victims of Chris and Leslie visits, the bar has been set high).
After an evening of catching up with the latest gossip we retired to bed (Not an air inflated one, but a real bed).
Thank you again Grace for your hospitality.
Tomorrow we venture into downtown St Louis, but I'll let Les fill you all in on that.