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Early October I stayed at this hotel for two nights for business travel. The location is convenient and a 10 minutes walk to the Arch and other popular attractions.
The hotel is a nice boutique size and is a SPG Autograph Collection hotel. The rooms...More
I picked this hotel due to my love of all things historical and I was not disappointed.
Beautiful building, incredible lobby with stain glass windows and massive chandlers.
Our room was nice king room w/ a large closet and mini fridge- make sure to ask...More
Only stayed one night, but the hotel was beautiful, the service was amazing. Our bed was soooo comfortable. Definitely would stay there again given the opportunity. Walking distance from lots of great food. Someone was getting married there, what a wonderful place for an event...More
Some things were good such as front desk and comfort of bed. The bedroom and bath are way too small. The valet parking for an overnite stay was 38 dollars plus tip. The automobile was not taken out parking
This hotel allows pets/dogs which is unusual in a boutique/downtown hotel. The staff (especially Shabela) was so helpful in every way that we needed and made our stay so much easier for a family traveling together. We loved the historic architecture , queen suite and...More
Named to the National Historic Register and a 2015 AAA Four Diamond Recipient, the St. Louis Magnolia Hotel originally opened in 1924 as the Mayfair Hotel by Charles Heiss. The hotel has since undergone many …Morechanges throughout its history. The hotel holds significant historical firsts including the first female general manager in St. Louis, origination of chocolates on a pillow by the famous actor, Cary Grant. The hotel is now one of the most recognized in the area for it's historical significance and elegant decor. Less
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