Westin St. Louis
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Historical Traveler Reviews Westin St. Louis Saint Louis
By far the nicest hotel in downtown St. Louis, lovely "roomy" rooms, beds, decor, bathrooms, staff, lobby, bar, restaurant food is great! Right on the walkway from Busch Stadium, right on the metrolink. Self park - much cheaper and parking is just right there anyway. We stay often & love it!
It was just ok
My husband and I decided to stay at the Westin for the weekend of June 27 to celebrate our anniversary. While the public areas in the hotel looked very nice our room looked more than a little worn and small. The view out the window was of a rundown building and an empty lot. Not what I would call romantic or memorable. One of the things that I found personally annoying was that I felt like I was staying in a catalog. I did not like the fact there were little signs all over the room and bathroom telling you how much you could buy everything for. Do you like the feel of the robe? Well the tag on the hanger says that you can buy it for $96. While the bed was heavenly it did not make up for the size and worn appearance of the room. In the end we felt like the hotel did not live up to the Westin reputation.
The Westin Hotel in St. Louis should serve as a benchmark for other hoteliers. Modern, traditional, convenient and top-shelf. Just a stone's throw away from Busch Stadium, walking distance to any office in downtown SL and the subway station stop just outside the hotel. What a great job of creating rooms within this old warehouse - the rooms are huge with high ceilings and bathrooms are large with a separate shower and bath tub, plus two sinks. The only down side - no gift shop for any purhcases (i.e. toiletries).
Our family spent two nights in St. Louis at the Westin. This place is AWESOME!! We travel a lot and enjoy staying at nice places. We'd highly recommend this property. The room rate was unbelievable--$124 per night. I felt like a "queen" in the nice bathroom--soaking tub, swank shower and nice area to get ready in the morning. The decor is lovely, as well as the "heavenly bed." We requested a king bed with a rollaway for our child. Our room had a sofa sleeper. I mentioned that our child was chilly during the night and upon our return to the room later that day, we found housekeeping had placed a lovely duvet on his bed! Everything about this place is wonderful! Hope you feel comfortable as we did at the St. Louis Westin.
Very Impressed with the Westin
We stayed at the Westin St. Louis July 4 - 6, 2003 for $219/night. The
hotel is very clean and modern and the rooms are very nice. Be aware
that there are no Arch view rooms (stadium blocks your view). No
swimming pool either. There is a MetroLink station right outside the
hotel which is great for getting around town reasonably ($4 all day
passes). Self Parking is across the street and costs $14/day. We stayed
in one of the Club Level rooms (extra $50/day) which allowed you to use
a concierge suite. I had to call twice to figure out when breakfast and
evening cocktails were served. It would be nice if they provided a
flyer with this information or educated their staff to be able to
inform guests. FYI, Breakfast is served from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.,
Evening Cocktails and snacks from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. I would definitely
recommend this hotel. Just be aware that it is a little expensive but
you get what you pay for.
Class and Service
We stayed here rather accidently, but so much service and style went into assuring that we had a good experience that the next time it will be of no accident that we stay at The Westin St. Louis.
Best USA hotel ever
This hotel is fabulous. Attention to detail with every aspect. Wonderful appointments, beautiful throughout. Dining was top quality. Everything about the 3 day stay, including meeting rooms, service, dining, was top notch. Wonderful turn of the century building just adaptaed to modern convenient top of the line hotel perfect for personal or business stays. Will definietyl plan future trips to return.
This was one of the finest hotels I have ever stayed in. The service was fabulous and incredible! We stayed there with our daughter age 14 and her friend. I will return next year for the Missouri Valley Conference!
The most beautiful hotel in the Midwest!
Impeccable service, flawless ammenities and spacious rooms await you at the Westin St. Louis. My husband and I stayed there this past weekend on a getaway leisure trip and were amazed at this hotel! Our standard room was so huge that it could easily qualify as a suite--king size "heavenly bed" is pure down with huge plush pillows, a marble bathroom the size of my kitchen with an oversized tub and a glass shower that might fit five adults easily. (I didn't test that, if you were wondering...) White turkish bath sheets and complementary robes made the weekend nice along with the extensive 24 hour room service menu and breakfast, which was included in our room price.
I will never stay anywhere else in St. Louis. You can't beat the location--2 blocks from the arch, 5 blocks from Union Station and almost on top of the stadium. They offer packages all the time that I discovered while at the hotel. Be sure to call them directly or e-mail the hotel. The westin website does not have the individual package deals.
Classy, boutique style Hotel
"Wow". Thats what I said when I arrived at the courtyard entrance to the Westin St. louis Hotel. Spectacular architecture and attention to detail. The owner and architetect really knew what St. Louis needed....some style and class. The accomodations are first-class. The service and rooms are impeccable. You feel as if you are royalty. A must-stay place. Enjoy, I know I did.
TripAdvisor Reviews Westin St. Louis Saint Louis
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