When I first booked this, I somehow missed that Drury is a mid to lower end chain (I usually travel for business in nicer hotels), so I was a bit disappointed when I realized this. Boy, did my mind quickly change. The service was absolutely impeccable from the time we checked in until the time we left. I hate paying for "extras", and I was pleasantly surprised with all the "extras" perks (except for parking). Happy Hour food was nothing to boast... nachos, popcorn, hot dogs, but for the price we paid, I'll take it! Breakfast offerings were better. Location was great if you want to see the Arch, but to go to bars or really anything else, it was a bit out of the way. Though it may not have been in the best part of town, we definitely felt safe with the card key elevators and double entrance doors. Aside from location, this was one of the best values I've had for my money!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On 4th Street between Market and Walnut in downtown St. Louis, three buildings on the National Register of Historic Places were carefully renovated to become the Drury Plaza Hotel St. Louis at the Arch: The International Fur Exchange Building, The Thomas Jefferson Building, and The American Zinc Building. Acquired in 1997, original building features were restored in public areas, like matching millwork, Italian marble, and Waterford crystal chandeliers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Drury Plaza Hotel St Louis
- Drury Plaza Saint Louis