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Hotel at a Glance: 4-Star Top-Secret Downtown St. Louis Hotel
Set in a 19th-century building in downtown St. Louis, this 4-star hotel is close to many historical sites. It’s about a 10-minute walk from the city’s famous Gateway Arch and an 8-minute walk from Laclede’s Landing, a riverfront historic district with restaurants and bars.
- In the rooms: mini fridges great for chilling beer that guests pick up from local breweries
- Self-parking: available for an additional fee
- Recent award: TripAdvisor’s 2018 Certificate of Excellence
St. Louis, Missouri: Urban Park Space and Brewery Tours in the Gateway City
The first thing you notice about the St. Louis Gateway Arch is its height: at 630 feet, it’s the tallest manmade monument in the United States, and it dwarfs the other buildings of the St. Louis skyline. Less obvious is the fact that the Arch is exactly as tall as it is wide, stretching out along the banks of the Mississippi River. You can take a ride to the summit for a bird’s-eye view of the city’s skyline and riverboats riding the Mississippi. Make sure you get to the Arch before 10 a.m.; after that, the lines start to get long, and tickets sometimes sell out in the afternoon. A few miles down the river, you’ll find the headquarters of brewing giant Anheuser-Busch, which began producing there in 1852. On a tour through the red-brick brewery, you can sample beers and visit the stables where the company keeps its iconic clydesdale horses.
Nearby Forest Park’s more than 1,200 acres of green space are also worth a visit. Contained in this space is the Saint Louis Zoo, which corrals hundreds of species in several different habitats; it’s frequently cited as one of the best zoos in the country, and entrance is free.