LUXURY HOTEL INSIDER
November 30, 2013
By: Betsy LeTourneau
We at Five Star Alliance work tirelessly to ensure we bring you the best luxury hotels selection and information regarding amenities, location, and highlights so you are confident that the hotel you choose will exceed your expectations and serve your needs. Sometimes, however, you are left with a few questions that go unanswered, and that’s why we’re here. Be sure to explore our new blog series "Your Questions Answered" to find answers to real questions submitted to us by our clients regarding traveling with kids, pets, the best beach hotels, and much more.
QUESTION: We are a family of 4, children. What is available at the Four Seasons St. Louis?
ANSWER: The Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis brings new cachet to the downtown riverscape. The Four Seasons St. Louis rises just steps from the Laclede's Landing entertainment district. Enjoy unrivaled access to stadium sports and the Lumiare Place Casino, right downstairs. Then escape into Four Seasons tranquility - where views of the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi are as big as the Midwestern sky.
Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis has 200 spacious guest rooms and suites that offer a variety of views of the city, the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi. They are bright and airy, with a very contemporary look that incorporates light woods and soft, natural hues. Well-defined work areas allow focused productivity, and each room features high-speed wired and wireless Internet access.
For your needs, we recommend the Grand Premier City-View Rooms. They feature elegantly designed interiors and offer expansive views of the city. These 639 sq foot rooms are on floors 9-19th, feature a king bed, and can easily accommodate an extra rollaway or crib.
All rates are based on double occupancy and extra person charges may apply. Please be advised that the rates, availability, as well as any extra person charges are subject to change depending on the hotel’s policies.
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By: Betsy LeTourneau