Living large for your upcoming trip to St. Louis, Missouri? Known as the Gateway to the West during the US westward expansion in the 19th century, this modern city has plenty to offer nowadays. Treat yourself to a luxurious spa day and savor French and Italian flavors at The Crossing, one of the best restaurants in the city. If you’re a fan of theater, dress up and spend a night at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis where you can watch plays or a concert of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. During your visit, stay in a suite for a luxurious experience. Continue reading to find the best hotels with suites in St. Louis, Missouri.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch has one of the most enviable locations in the city, but that’s not the only amazing thing about it. The hotel offers a total of 62 suites that range in size and offerings.
If you’re in the city for leisure and recreation, take your pick among any of the family and junior suites. But if you’re in St. Louis for business, we highly recommend the business suite, which also comes with its own conference room and supplemental work spaces.
Four Seasons St. Luis is hard to miss downtown since it’s located right by the Mississippi River. This five-star hotel has four kinds of suites, ranging from the Riverfront Studio Suite to the Presidential Suite that’s ideal for at least four guests. All suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows and spectacular views of the river and Gateway Arch, a St. Louis landmark. Other features include king-sized beds, sofa beds, and expansive living spaces.
Built in 1924, you can be sure that Magnolia Hotel St. Louis has welcomed a number of high-profile guests over the many decades it’s been operational. But don’t worry, all rooms are updated and modernized for your comfort.
The hotel suites embody historic charm and modern luxury. The best suites in the hotel are the Cary Grant and Presidential Suites, both of which feature separate living and sleeping areas, executive workspaces, custom carpeting, in-room coffee and tea facilities, and the choice between king-sized beds or two queen-sized beds.
Angad Arts Hotel veers away from the standard luxury or Midwestern style common among St. Louis hotels. Each guest room and suite here is decked to the nines with a specific color theme, making each space pop.
There are four types of suites available: one-bedroom king suite, one-bedroom accessible king suite, one-bedroom grand king suite, and two-bedroom king suite. All feature hotel-grade linens and beddings, king-sized beds, en suite bathrooms, living spaces with flat-screen TVs, and more.
If relaxation and wellness are your goals for your luxury St. Louis weekend, The Westin St. Louis is a great option. The smallest of their suites can accommodate up to three people while the largest can sleep up to four adults and three small children, making the hotel family-friendly without compromising luxury. The real stars, however, are the state-of-the-art fitness studio and the hotel’s pizzeria.
For the ultimate history and architecture lover, why not stay at St. Louis Union Station Hotel? A part of Hilton’s Curio Collection, this former grand station-turned-luxury hotel built in the late 1890s now offers a variety of suites that celebrate its heritage and history.
Popular suites are the ones located at the building’s Clock Tower and Grand Hall. All suites can accommodate at least four guests. Apart from the property’s historic charm, enjoy 3D light shows and access to the seasonal outdoor pool. The City Museum is within walking distance.
Located near Union Station and other quintessential St. Louis landmarks, expect to be greeted with grand views of the city during your stay at Marriott St. Louis Grand. The hotel’s smoke-free suites feature signature bedding and plush beds, concierge-level room service, separate living areas with wet bars and mini fridges, and spacious private bathrooms decked with luxury toiletries and other accessories. There’s dining available in the hotel, plus a fitness center and expansive ballrooms.
Ideally located a short distance away from Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, and Ballpark Village, Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark is the perfect place to stay if you want to hit all of the major attractions in the city within a weekend.
You can rest at your well-appointed suite, which could be a junior suite on an executive floor, an arch-view suite with a king-sized bed, a two-bedroom presidential suite, or if you’re traveling with your family, any of the family suites. All of these suites are also pet-friendly.
If St. Louis is your pit stop after a long journey through the region, make The Last Hotel your final place to stay before leaving. Located in what was once the International Shoe Co. building, it’s not hard to miss! And since it’s inside a local fashion landmark, guest rooms and suites at The Last Hotel are the very definition of stylish.
Suites come in two types: executive junior and junior. Both feature a king-sized bed with luxury linen, spacious private bathroom, dedicated workspace, in-room mini bar, vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, and designer toiletries.
HoteLumière at The Arch offers three types of luxury suites that suit different needs and preferences. Both king and superior suites are ideal for a maximum of three guests and feature king-sized beds, rollaway beds upon request, coffee and tea implements, and spacious bathrooms. Meanwhile, the queen suite has two queen-sized beds, making it perfect for up to four people. Hotel amenities include a fitness center and access to entertainment and gaming facilities.
You're in for a great time in St. Louis
While visiting St. Louis, go on a river cruise and sail along the mighty Mississippi, visit St. Louis Science Center and catch any of the free concerts at Gateway Arch. If you’re in the city just in time, join the annual Moonlight Ramble. Make your stay as comfortable and as luxurious as you want when you stay in one of these hotels with suites.
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