Stay at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis for magnificent views of the Gateway Arch.

Where To Stay

Hotel Rooms for Your Group

St. Louis has just the place for your group members to rest their weary heads.

After a long day exploring the seemingly endless array of places to go, things to do and stuff to eat, we’ve got just the place for your group to rest, re-charge and revitalize before heading out on another day of adventure in the Gateway City. There are more than 39,000 hotel rooms in St. Louis, along with a host of bed-and-breakfast inns, unique lodges and wooded campgrounds to choose from. Available amenities can be as lavish – or as basic – as your group needs, and many hotels offer one-stop-shopping in terms of restaurant and catering services.

Whether you’re looking for a cozy Bed & Breakfast or a full-service hotel with all the amenities we’ve got the ideal spot to make you feel at home.


Historic downtown St. Louis is a bustling center of industry, culture and entertainment. With beautiful residential lofts, innovative business properties, all three of St. Louis’ professional sports teams and an exciting nightlife scene, downtown offers visitors some real ‘big city’ fun.

From its days as the 20th century epicenter of St. Louis’ garment and shoe manufacturing district, downtown St. Louis has undergone a myriad of changes and modifications. What was once considered just another depressed urban core has been reinvented as a neighborhood for the 21st century Midwesterner. Downtown’s Loft District blurs the line between work and play, thanks to its cohabitation of major corporations, small businesses, residential lofts, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and nightspots. The neighborhood’s evolution has returned the once proud historic buildings to service and succeeded in making the heart of the region pulse with activity and life.

Staying downtown will give your group easy access to the Gateway Arch, City Museum, Citygarden, Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour, Historic Union Station, Busch Stadium and much more.


The Midtown area is home to some of St. Louis’ most exciting attractions and neighborhoods.

Forest Park, the seventh largest urban park in the United States, is a natural oasis in an urban environment. Located on 1,371 acres in the center of the St. Louis metropolitan area, Forest Park is about 500 acres larger than New York City’s Central Park. It contains St. Louis’ major museums – the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Missouri History Museum –as well as the Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis Zoo, and The Muny, which is the country’s biggest outdoor theatre. Forest Park is also home to the Jewel Box, a flower conservatory that’s a popular venue for special events. Visitors and locals alike enjoy the bike and pedestrian path that circles the park, making the park a popular year-round playground. Annual events include the free Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis (late May/June) and LouFest, a two-day celebration of modern music and green living held in August.

Things To Do In Central West End St Louis

Perched on the eastern edge of Forest Park, the chic Central West End is full of charming sidewalk cafés, galleries, antique shops, boutiques and pubs. It’s a little European, a little New York and totally St. Louis. The CWE is the perfect place to relax and people-watch after exploring the neighborhood’s popular visitor attractions. Adjacent to the commercial district, tree-lined streets with stately turn-of-the-century homes distinguish the area. Look for the family apartment of playwright Tennessee Williams, said to be the setting of his play The Glass Menagerie. The breathtaking Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, housing the world’s largest collection of mosaic art, anchors this exciting neighborhood. Annual events include a popular house tour in the spring, the Central West End Art Fair & Taste Festival in June, a Greek Festival during Labor Day weekend and Halloween festivities in October.

The Grand Center Arts & Entertainment District and St. Louis University form the eastern edge of the Midtown area. The artistic heart of the city, Grand Center has a lot to see with dozens of unique galleries, museums and theaters. Hear live music, see a broadway show or view a collection of contemporary art in this impressive district that’s bustling with creative expression. Arts industry peers have said there are few – if any – districts in the entire country that have the intensity and caliber of arts offerings as Grand Center, thanks to its 12,000 theatre seats, numerous cultural events, and a dozen galleries and museums. The individual venues offer the traditional and the experimental, as the district is home to such renowned entities as the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, The Fabulous Fox Theatre, The Black Repertory Company, Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, Jazz at the Bistro and more.

St. Louis County

St. Louis County offers a more suburban setting with dozens of communities, attractions and entertainment options to choose from. Whether you want to be North, South or West of St. Louis City you can find the spot that is just right for your group

Sophisticated Clayton is home to St. Louis County government and a collection of boutiques, galleries, hotels and restaurants known throughout the region. At every corner in the bustling district, you’ll find places to eat, drink, shop and stay. The Saint Louis Art Fair, rated tops in the nation, attracts more than 150,000 people to Clayton’s streets each September.

Westport Plaza, a 42-acre entertainment and business complex, features restaurants, live entertainment, specialty retail, and two first-class hotels. Dining options range from white linen tablecloths and voluminous wine lists to hearty pub grub served up alongside dozens of flat screen TVs. There’s an upscale sports bar as well as live jazz, blues, rock, pop and comedy clubs. A 240-seat theater offers live performances of popular touring productions and the district hosts a number of special events, including free outdoor blues and jazz concerts, lively large-scale cocktail parties, wine tastings, cook-offs, outdoor movie nights, and holiday activities.

Throughout St. Louis County you will find some of St. Louis’ best attractions including Six Flags St. Louis, The Magic House, the Museum of Transportation, Laumeier Sculpture Park, the Butterfly House, River City Casino, Hollywood Casino St. Louis and many more.

For more information call Renee M. Eichelberger at (800) 640-4218 or (314) 992-0643 or send her an email at