Holidays in St. Louis

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Top hotels in St. Louis

OYO Hotel St. Louis Downtown City Center MO
OYO Hotel St. Louis Downtown City Center MO
3.5 out of 5
400 S 14th St, St. Louis, MO
The price is AU$148 per night from 10 Oct. to 10 Oct.
3.1/5 (1,193 reviews)
"Loved the pool. Wasn’t impressed that they don’t offer coffee pots because they have a coffee house but it’s not open on weekends ."

Reviewed on 19 Sep. 2021

OYO Hotel St. Louis Downtown City Center MO
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
4 out of 5
315 Chestnut St, St. Louis, MO
The price is AU$242 per night from 17 Oct. to 17 Oct.
4.2/5Excellent! (2,932 reviews)
"I booked a view of the Arch room through Expedia, and our view couldn't have been more spectacular. Rooms are clean and very comfortable. The Arch is right there about a 5 minute walk. Check in was fast and easy, parking is underground and very convenient, there is a charge but not significant. We ..."

Reviewed on 20 Sep. 2021

Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
4 out of 5
1 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO
The price is AU$278 per night from 9 Oct. to 9 Oct.
3.9/5Good! (1,037 reviews)
"It was very clean. Everyone had masks on. People were friendly. Everything was easy to get to and access."

Reviewed on 17 Sep. 2021

Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
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Top activities in St. Louis

Saint Louis Holiday Packages

From paddleboats to sculpture parks, and breweries to the blues, it’s easy to catch the spirit of St. Louis.

St. Louis, known as the Gateway to the West, is an eclectic mixture of Southern charm and Midwest sensibility. Historic neighbourhoods with cobblestone streets balance a modern downtown that glistens with sport stadiums, nightclubs and luxury apartments. Blues and jazz giants Chuck Berry and Miles Davis were born here and helped put St. Louis’ thriving club scene on the musical map.

St. Louis’ signature monument, the 630-foot-high (192-metre) Gateway Arch, is the perfect place for newcomers to find their bearings. Ride the tram to the peak for stunning views of the city’s neighbourhoods. The surrounding Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park offers a great view into the past with the Old Courthouse and the Museum of Westward Expansion. 

Home to Native Americans for centuries before the French arrived in the late 1600s, St. Louis steadily developed into an important trading town and port. The city came into its golden age in 1904 when it hosted both the Summer Olympics and the World’s Fair. A period of decline in the 1950s was followed by successive rejuvenation projects that returned St. Louis to prosperity. To fully appreciate the history of this gutsy city, set aside a day for the Missouri History Museum, the Museum of Transportation and the quirky City Museum.

The Grand Centre is the cultural hub, bustling with tourists and locals enjoying the galleries, theatres and concert halls. The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts is a renown creative centre for visual, literary and performing arts. The nearby Laumeier Sculpture Park provides a tranquil setting for art lovers: dozens of sculptures are displayed within the 100-acre (40-hectare) woodland.

For family fun, check out the Magic House-St. Louis’ Children’s Museum, and then unwind in the Missouri Botanical Gardens and Arboretum. Foodies flock to The Hill, the Italian neighbourhood where you’ll find St. Louis specialties like butter cake and deep-fried toasted ravioli. 

In the evening, head to one of the many bars at Laclede’s Landing or in the Delmar Loop. Grab a Budweiser, which has a brewery in St. Louis, and keep your ears peeled for Chuck Berry, who, in his late eighties, still performs regularly.

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