by Whitney Rife
Set near the downtown riverside, Four Seasons offers rooms and suites that overlook the Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River. Over 200 spacious accommodations are decorated in light, airy fabrics in neutral hues. Flat-screen televisions, DVD players and wireless Internet are in the rooms. Large, marble bathrooms showcase deep soaking tubs and rain showers. Children under age 18 stay free with parents. Child-sized robes, complimentary infant accessories, cribs and childproof items are available for the rooms. Kids also receive milk and cookies on arrival, coloring books, board games, books and toys. A children’s DVD library offers movies. Kids for All Seasons is a children’s program that runs supervised activities for kids ages 5 to 12 years. The program takes place from June to September. Babysitting services can also be arranged. A large, outdoor pool is on the pool deck of the hotel. Next to it lies a children’s spray ground for younger kids. An onsite restaurant serves up more than spectacular views of Gateway Arch.
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- Pool & kids' spray ground
- Seasonal children's program
- Children's DVD library
by Taylor B
It doesn't get any better than this--unless you have reserved the Lincoln bedroom in the White House. Located at 999 North 2nd Street, the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis a five-star hotel in Lumiere Place Casino, a resort-style hotel on the banks of the Mississippi River in the heart of St. Louis' bustling entertainment district and steps from the Gateway Arch. Opened in 2008, it features a 12,000-square-foot spa, restaurant and bar, in-room dining, private poolside cabanas on the Sky Terrace, 24-hour business center, same day laundry and dry cleaning, one-hour pressing, limo service and complimentary wi-fi. It has been awarded AAA Four-Diamond and Four-Star Forbes recognition. It has been rated the No. 1 hotel in St. Louis and Missouri by U.S. News & World Report. And it has been ranked among the top 15 hotels in America. What's not to like? My wife and I booked a Premier Arch-View Room on the 19th floor with 511 square feet of space, floor-to-ceiling windows with a spectacular view of the Arch and the Mississippi River, a king-size bed, marble bathroom, glass-enclosed shower, flat screen TV, in-room safe and refrigerated private bar. This is the kind of comfortable and luxurious accommodation and atmosphere that you don't want to leave.
The Sheraton Four Seasons was the best luxury hotel stay I have had in the past 8 months. They really cater to your every need and anticipate your needs at every turn. Truly top of the line service and accomadations.