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I liked that they had convierge and bellman to help you to your room with your luggage Nothing..i loved everything!!!
The location of the hotel was perfect. Walking distance from almost everything from the scottrade center, busch stadium, bar scenes, arch, etc. The staff were wonderful and extremely helpful especially the concierge and parking garage men. We wanted to stay an extra night and the room wasnt available but we did not have prior reservations. There were other events going on in the area as well. This is not the hotels fault we just loved it there so much that we wanted to stay again!!
Staff was really good. Lot of construction around.
Great location Expensive food.
-Friendly/helpful staff -Proximity to ballpark -Clean/comfortable room Parking situation was not ideal, not enough parking to accomodate guests. If it is a game day count on hunting for parking.
My favorite part about the trip was that it was a very nice hotel that was close to the things that I wanted to enjoy. When I arrived on the 4th, I casually walked over to the Gateway Arch for a beautiful view of the city. The next morning I went to 8th and Pine (which was only four blocks away) to ride the MetroLink to the beautiful zoo. After a quick change at the Forest Park stop, I rode the bus a few minutes to the zoo. BTW the zoo is free but I recommend the Adventure Pass so that you can see and do all the extras at the zoo. Next, I got lost. Not St. Louis's or the hotel's fault, but I thought I would mention that you do not get on the bus back to Forest Park terminal at the same place as you were let off. Go across the road, and it will save you an hour tour of the neighborhoods of St. Louis. That night I walked 7 blocks to Busch Stadium to watch a Cardinals game. As you can see I was able to walk to several highlights of St. Louis. The next morning after I checked out, I took a short drive to Anheuser-Busch for the Budweiser tour. I took the Day tour for $10 and thoroughly enjoyed it. The location of the Hyatt Regency made all of this possible. The room overlooked the Arch and the bed was yummy. The only thing that I can think of that I didn't much care for is that most of the stuff in the store wasn't marked, so since my normally $1.49 cheese crackers, cost over $5 I didn't know that until I got to the checkout. I felt bad for the guy who had three cokes and two bags of chips that costs well over $20.
The original room we booked was not available, but they were able to move us to a different one.
Clean nice place. A very friendly staff, though we only dealt with them twice. They found me a box fan :) Great shower. Had an incidentals list so you may borrow or keep items you forgot. Loved getting such a late checkout. Never heard a noise there. I really liked it and will return. Expensive parking. A/c wasn't as cold as I'd have liked though comfortable. Our view was 1/2 of the bridge but also 1/2 a partial roof covering. Was easier to view the roof half.
Bed was very comfortable. Location convenient to Arch and ball park. Water was scalding in sink and shower. Sink had two choices, scalding hot or cold and there was no pressure. Shower was adequate but not great. Only needed tv for 5-10 minutes for news update and sport highlights. Remote did not work well. Very frustrating for what should have been a simple task. Have stayed in better rooms for half the price but not downtown in a large city therefore, the price is strictly for the location and the brand.
When I pay as much for a hotel room as I did at this place, I expect parking to be included, or at the very least for it to be reasonably priced. Instead, this hotel expects you to pay $26 a night for parking!! That is a rip off for a midsized Midwestern city. We ended up parking a block away in public parking and walking back to the hotel. The fact that they charge $26 a night for parking!!!!!
Ruth Chris and Starbucks in main lobby. Pool would have been nice. Exercise room was great.
Parking garage was a bit of a pain. Everything else was great.
Staff was outstanding not having enough money to stay longer
-very helpful staff -updated, spacious rooms -AWESOME light show -nice bar in the lobby -beautiful architecture Parking is $25 for self park and $35 for valet... I highly recommend the valet! It's definitely worth the extra money. (It seems expensive, but a lot of hotels in downtown areas charge money for parking....)
The staff was very friendly from check in to the moment we left. The hotel was absolutely beautiful and we loved the historic aspect of it. The hotel is conveniently located near the ballpark, the arch, and other great must see attractions. Breakfast buffet was good. The options for food weren't spectacular but it it was okay. There were weddings two of the nights we were there so the bar and Grand restaurant in the lobby weren't accessible. Mall was a little disappointing but again, nothing that would detract us from returning.
Large room for the price Hard to find your way around. Staff was less than helpful.
The Grand Hall Light Show was Spectacular. The buildings history was posted on plaques in various places that was interesting. The building as whole was restored beautifully. Clean room and friendly front desk clerks. The walk to the Ball Park was fine for a couple but was a little far with younger children, although there is city transportation available. Kids loved the pond with fish to feed and the paddle boats, all in all we would book here again. Having to pay $20 to park a night, and had we not be Hilton Honors Reward members we would've had to pay for breakfast as well. The layout was a little off, with the rooms a distance from the lobby. There was a wedding two of the three nights and everything was blocked off made it inconvenient and missed the light show. Very few shops in the shopping center.
The historical structure, staff, greeting and planetarium style show on the historic roof of the train station made the stay unique in every way. The property is undergoing construction, which meant some walking to get to the room with our luggage but it was worth it to walk in and around the old train yard and see one of the countries most amazing stations!
I should say, having been born and raised in St. Louis, and having participated in the Theater Project Company's youth theater program before the renovations, I am partial to Union Station. The hotel was renovated lovingly, and every staff member we encountered was friendly, pleasant and helpful. The prices for the room and accommodations were reasonable. And the grand ballroom is something to behold (there's a laser light show every hour in the evenings that is a lot of fun).
It was being rehabbed a bit so it wasn't in its full glory
Absolutely fantastic experience! The historic building of the hotel was wonderful. Service superb and friendly. They were great at accommodating out big dog and we loved the pet playground, only wish it had been fences on the open side. We will definitely stay here again when in St. Louis!
The decor and continued renovation to the old station is good. Awesome lobby, rooms clean, plenty to do around the complex. One night wasn't enough. As recommended, use valet parking for both security and convenience. Lobby staff are a bit robotic. Could use some sprucing up in the way of personality and interpersonal skills.
Employees was amazing and so was the room. Parking should've been free and guest needs a map of the hotel
Very friendly staff
Elevators are horrible in the east tower 1 is only used for the bar on the roof..it took us 20 minutes to get an elevator from our room on the 9th floor to the lobby because the elevators available to guests staying at the hotelweree full everytime
The rooftop bar was amazing! Everything was great!
So close to everything downtown, but the hotel is also very nice--they are not trading a nice place to stay for just the location. And the place was very popular, people enjoying the lobby and going up to rooftop bar, even though the Cardinals were out of town.
Room 1230 has a wonderful view of Busch stadium. Terrible pillows. The staff had issues with our reservation. They had a notation in computer to charge the room to an AmEX. We don't have an AmEX. The room was overpriced.
The proximity to the Arch & Ballpark was great as well as the other downtown spots. Never really felt like we needed a taxi except when we went to the Budweiser Brewery. The welcome desk & concierge staff were very friendly & informative. The only cons I have about this hotels is the elevator w/ the keypads were always backed up, there is no free wi-fi, & the rooms didn't have a fridge. Other than that the hotel was nice.
Convenient, nice parking arrangement (not too pricey for the city), restaurant/bar at the top of the hotel was very good! The elevators, though usually efficient, were occasionally slow. It was also a bit difficult to regulate the temperature of the room.
Location only good thing Parking not included and rooms smelled weird and some of staff were very rude! Not worth the price we paid!
Our room was small but comfortable. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The view was great--we overlooked Busch Stadium. The location was also perfect for walking around downtown St. Louis. For a really spectacular view, head to 360, but be forewarned, you can't get there without the assistance of staff. We tried and wandered aimlessly. We did not utilize the gym or pool, but they looked nice. The shower was awful. When going away for whatever reason or for however long, it is imperative to have a decent shower. Our hotel shower had low pressure, a weak stream, and we didn't feel clean afterwards. When we got home, the first thing we did was take a nice hot shower. r The hotel seems to have updated everything but the rooms. The Market Bistro was very pleasant; all staff was more than friendly and accommodating. There wasn't a bartender behind the lobby bar, so we couldn't just grab a quick drink there; we'd have to go into the Market Bistro. Also, if you need anything such as deodorant, a toothbrush, or a nail clipper, you won't be able to get these in the gift shop. Slim pickings down there. We left for all of our meals, cocktails, and any forgotten items.
Great view of the stadium! Breakfast buffet was delicious! East tower elevators had long wait time.
The staff were very friendly and helpful...loved the views from my room and the bed was extremely comfy
Location and roof top bar. Didnt have hot tub working at pool. Pricry.
We loved thw beds! We just wanted to slunber. Loved the spa bathroom. LIked having a robe. Good food. Nice tv. Spacious room! We felt special. This was a staycation for me and my senior mom. She enjoyed herself immensely. There was a high pitched humming noise, like from something mechanical, coming from outside the room. It wasn't too loud, but you could hear it. I don't know if it was the hotel itself, or noise from the street. We were on a higher floor as well.
there was a lot of hidden taxes and parking is $20 a night. Also you have to pay $13 a day for wifi. I would expect these fees to be included in the price, kind of disappointed but not a big deal. Just kind of annoying
Location to downtown sites. Spacious room - very clean. COOL FEATURE - for $5 Westin will supply you with workout shirt, shorts, shoes (if you forgot them or just don't want some stinkiness in your bag for the trip home). Restaurant staff was very friendly and had. O problem getting hot water for me for the provided in-room tea bags. Food options were pricey - especially in-room. No hot tub (was really hoping for this esp after long days during biz trip and when cold out). Fitness Center has nice footprint and facilities but could be better equipped (more weight options - less cardio machines). They tried charging me for parking ($20) even though I arrived via Uber & told them I had no need for their parking services when I checked in the night before.
Hotel looks like it was placed in the middle of a 3rd world country. The hotel was beautiful, and staff were excellent. The restaurant serves one of the best breakfasts. Terrible mouse in the room the entire time. The soundproofing from the outside is non-existing. Heard the wind howling and the traffic 24rs. a day.
The actual hotel room is great! The staff did a poor job of providing customer service. The room card didn't work no one explained that you had to go to the 8th floor then get off and find another set of elevators to get to your room. It was loud The casino makes everything smell like smoke and whatever they use to try and mask the smoke.
530 kickback. Nothing.
Location, comfort, amenities, friendly staff Nothing
within walking distance to numerous tourist spots downtown fairly decent free breakfast "river scene" with statues on the lobby . . gave the whole lobby the smell of chlorine; ridiculous check-in situation: VERY limited parking in front of the hotel, so you have to wait for someone to pull out before you can pull in, then go check in and THEN they give you a voucher for the parking garage that is across the street; there are 4 elevators in this hotel; but our room was only accessed by one elevator . . . with no option of taking the stairs instead.
They were very pet friendly. I had my dog with and had no issues. Flat rate 15$ a day. Beds were hard
We loved the happy hour with free drinks and snacks. The hotel and rooms were extremely clean and beautiful. This is a great location for tourists because it's literally right next to the arch, and a very short walk to anything else in the city.
I love this place. I stay here whenever visiting St Louis. Close proximity to several points of interest. Excellent breakfast and kickback.
The staff was very friendly and efficient, delicious breakfast, beautiful hotel!
Provided breakfast and dinner with happy hour
Complimentary breakfast and evening happy hour. Strong chlorine odor around the pool.
The happy hour with drinks and snacks was fabulous and helped to ease the expenditure for food! Pool was less than inviting.
Comfortable, quiet, and great location with a generous breakfast, evening 'recepti