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Very friendly employees. Older hotel but was clean and nice. Good location, big room. Parking is expensive, but they validated ours, so it ended up being free.
Breakfast buffet was good, with alot of choices. Would stay againMore
Thank Scott D
Response from Mark W, Manager at St. Louis City Center HotelResponded 2 June 2014
Dear Scott D,
Thank you for you choosing the Sheraton St. Louis City Center Hotel for you recent visit to St. Louis, It was a privilege having you as our guests.
Your kind comments are greatly appreciated. Customer care is amongst our highest priorities and...More
My stay at the Sheraton in St. Louis City Center was probably the worst hotel stay I've ever experienced. There is no way that this property should be a sheraton, or even part of the Starwood Portfolio. First off, the rooms were extremely outdated, but...More
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Response from Mark W, Manager at St. Louis City Center HotelResponded 13 July 2014
Dear Valued Guest,
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback from your stay with us. We do appreciate hearing from our customers, as their comments are vital for us to continue improving our products and services.
The problems that you mentioned have...More
This was my first time in St. Louis. The staff was very friendly and the rooms were decent. The surrounding area wasn't that great. A few problems at check-in, concerning credit card payments but overall, it was ok.
Response from Mark W, Manager at St. Louis City Center HotelResponded 5 June 2014
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. We hope to welcome you back to our hotel very soon!
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I registered at this hotel because of a business trip. The hotel lobby is very nice but when you start visiting the floors and rooms you can tell they lacked remodeling. The hotel hallway floors and walls are dirty and contain dim lighting. The rooms...More
Response from Mark W, Manager at St. Louis City Center HotelResponded 6 June 2014
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. While I wish you had the perfect experience we work so hard to provide, it is feedback like this that we learn from and use to improve. We do appreciate hearing from our...More
My wife and I appreciated the handling of our delivery prior to our check in. Room was clean. Staff was excellent. John, Kyle & Scott. Upgrade was awesome. House cleaning NOT good. Hotel needs upgrade.
US$113 - US$261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#7 Green Hotel in Saint Louis
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Response from derbygirl1985 | Reviewed this property |
It was $17 when we visited a couple of weeks ago so I imagine it is the same. The parking lot seemed perfectly safe, they have a lot of staff on at the ground floor so safer than anywhere else I imagine. Just make sure you... More
It was $17 when we visited a couple of weeks ago so I imagine it is the same. The parking lot seemed perfectly safe, they have a lot of staff on at the ground floor so safer than anywhere else I imagine. Just make sure you get your ticket stamped when you leave to show that you've paid in the hotel otherwise they won't let you out or will try to charge you an additional $5 just to open the barriers. The overnight parking expires at 5pm the following day, or it did for us, so I would check what time you need to leave the car park when you check out.