Residence Inn St. Louis Downtown

Address: 525 S Jefferson Ave, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63103, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Saint Louis area of Saint Louis, is near St. Louis Union Station, American Queen, St. Louis Brewery, and Lafayette Square.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn St. Louis Downtown Saint Louis

    Reviewed by dubnation

    Roomy but service can improve

    Reviewed Jul 25, 2012
    by (16 reviews) Arlington, TX , United States Flag of United States

    As most Residence Inn's are known for, you'll get plenty of space in your room. However there were several issues with my stay here that disappointed me. First, upon checking into the room there were no clocks in either of our rooms and one of the TV remotes were missing. The front desk clerk was surprised to hear this news. It seems someone staying before us cleaned the room out.

    But the sad part was it took two days for the hotel to provide me with a clock and remote replacement.

    but the biggest disappointment was coming back to the room at 9pm at night after a day of sightseeing and walking into an unserviced room. No new towels and trash cans filled as we had left them. We didn't have the privacy sign out. The house cleaning crew just plain missed our room.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn St. Louis Downtown Saint Louis

    Not worth the high price

    from

    Clean hotel. Staff was exceptionally good. It is overpriced however and not a particularly good value. Make sure the room you get faces the parking lot and not the busy interstate!

    Ne vaut pas le prix élevé

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    Hôtel propre. Le personnel était exceptionnellement efficace.

    C'est très cher et en en plus ce n'est pas d'un bon rapport qualité/prix.

    Assurez-vous que vous avez une chambre qui donne sur le parking et non sur la route bruyante !

    Loved the Hotel

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    Stayed for the Frozen Four weekend with two friends. We loved the hotel. The front desk staff were quite helpful.

    The shuttle runs until 10PM and will take you anywhere downtown. The longest we had to wait was 15 minutes. We always called ahead and it was waiting for us when we got downstairs. The shuttle drivers were quite friendly. The hotel is a bit of a walk form Union Station if you decide not to take the shuttle back.

    The room was spacious and you can't beat the large kitchen area and refrigerator. The bedroom area is separated from the living area by doors.

    Breakfast was the the usual eggs, sausage, waffles, etc. As recommended elsewere, when the hotel is crowded it's always a good idea to get to breakfast early.

    I would stay here again when traveling to St. Louis.

    Vom Hotel begeistert

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    Ich habe am Wochenende der College-Eishockey Meisterschaften mit zwei Freunden hier übernachtet. Wir waren von dem Hotel begeistert. Die Rezeptionisten waren wirklich hilfsbereit.

    Der Fahrtdienst arbeitet bis 10 Uhr abends und fährt einen, wohin man in der Innenstadt will. Unsere längste Wartezeit waren 15 Minuten. Wir haben immer vorher angerufen und das Fahrzeug wartete dann schon auf uns, wenn wir unten ankamen. Die Fahrer waren freundlich. Das Hotel ist ein ganzes Stück zu Fuß von der Union Station entfernt, falls man sich dafür entscheidet, nicht mit dem Fahrtdienst zurückzufahren.

    Das Zimmer war geräumig und der große Küchenbereich und Kühlschrank sind nicht zu übertreffen. Das Schlafzimmer ist mit einer Tür vom Wohnbereich abgetrennt.

    Das Frühstück war das Übliche: Eier, Würstchen, Waffeln, usw. Wie jemand in einer anderen Bewertung schon erwähnt hat, ist es besser, früher frühstücken zu gehen, wenn das Hotel voll ist.

    Ich würde hier bei meiner nächsten Reise nach St. Louis wieder übernachten.

    Not a Top Choice

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    We stayed here 1 night over Labor Day weekend. It is NOT withing walking distance of downtown.

    It is clean, there is free parking and it was a nice room. The complimentary breakfast was a nice perk and there was a big array, but the food wasn't that great.

    My complaints begin with pulling into the parking lot where music was blasting and a large group of teens/men were playing basketball. I saw several of them pull in and join in the game which made me wonder if they were guests. I saw the swimming pool walking up to the front door and I would not go in it; small, and right in the view of the parking lot. We had to be buzzed in when we arrived but the clerk was talking on the phone and ignored us. After several buzzes, she allowed us in and ignored us while she counted money. The next morning, the desk clerk and janitor were most helpful and pleasant. I guess it depends on who's working.

    I took this room because it was available. I would definitely try to be closer to the downtown area next time.

    Excellent Stay... Great Accomadations!!

    from

    Stayed there from 8/15/06 to 8/17/06....nothing else to say but perfect!! Very new and clean hotel. Great for weekend away in St. Louis. Housekeeping A++, Free Breakfast...basic but good!! Friendly staff. I would stay again!!

    Great Place to stay

    from

    Myself and two friends spent three nights at the Marriott Residence Inn on Jefferson Avenue this past weekend. The suite featured two double beds in bedroom, a sleeper sofa in the living area, and a fully equipped kitchen (microwave, full size fridge, dishwasher, etc.).

    We utilized the fridge but as the hotel provided a hearty breakfast buffet of eggs, sausage, waffles, muffins, pastries, cereal and other items too numerous to mention in the mornings, we had little need to cook. Monday through Thursday the hotel also provides a light evening meal.

    We had a car but the hotel also has shuttle service for transport in the near area. While sites are not within walking distance, the hotel is ideally suited with easy access to the zoo, the botantic gardens, the hill and downtown.

    The hotel was clean and appeared newly furnished. The Inn's best assest is their staff; however. They were pleasant, efficient and helpful.

    I would recommend the Marriot Residence Inn to anyone visiting St. Louis whether for business or pleasure.

    Cheryl and friends

    Great Place!

    from

    My family stayed in the 2 bedroom suite...the rooms were very clean and quiet. The staff was excellent. They went out of their way to make us happy. I would highly recommend this hotel!

    Great Downtown Hotel!!!!!!!

    from

    we stayed in a two bedroom suite, room was large had 2 bathrooms, 2 -queens and 1 king bed, staff was very friendly, breakfast was excellent, even had a shuttle to take you to the ballpark or union station. would definitley stay there again

    Clean rooms, friendly staff

    from

    I just returned from a 2-night stay at the Residence Inn St. Louis Downtown. The hotel is pretty close to downtown, not exactly within walking distance of the next Metro station, though. There are several restaurants close by, but not in walking distance either. Our one-bedroom suite was nice and clean, so were the pool and exercise room. A very small sports court is located behind the hotel and didn't seem to be completed yet. The staff was very friendly. The breakfast area was pretty large, but did get very busy in the morning. The free breakfast included hot items (eggs, pancakes, waffles, sausage, etc.) as well as donuts, bagels, toast, cereals, yoghurt, and fruit. I would definitely stay there again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn St. Louis Downtown Saint Louis

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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