Best Western Airport Plaza Inn & Conference Center Saint Louis

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4530 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton, Missouri, 63044-2201, United States
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by rachel2008

I am planning a trip to St Louis for the first time. Is downtown generally a safe area? I've heard a lot of things about "bad" areas and want to make sure I avoid them.

Re: Downtown

by grandmaR

We visited St. Louis area in January for a week, so I am FAR from an expert. There are some areas that made me uneasy, but as long as you keep to the area of the Gateway Arch, and the other tourist attractions it should be OK. Some of the places we are lunch were a little grungy. There was a homeless man in a Jack in the Box on Gravois, and we stopped at a Burger King where there were two signs inside that this was a mini-police station for St. Louis.

Re: Downtown

by lostsooner55

Downtown St. Louis is like that of any other large city in the US. There will be a few homeless scattered around, and a few buildings in less than optimum condition. You probably don't want to go for a walk at 3 AM. That being said, Downtown St. Louis is pretty busy. There are still quite a few people that work downtown, even at night. There is the Arch, which does attract visitors, the President Casino, and Laclede's Landing, which is an area with restaurants and other businesses. The Edward Jones Dome, and the Scottrade Center, which are sports,concert & convention venues, are also located downtown. Busch Stadium, where the Cardinals play, is also in the area. If you are staying overnight, you might mention your hotel, and address. You should get more precise information then. The mini-police station concept is utilized as a "safe area" within neighborhoods. It also keeps officers nearer their patrol area, as they don't have to go back to the station repeatedly to fill out paperwork. Gary

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

webster groves,a beautiful place to visit

by signaigo

i love everything about st.louis, and what i like most, is my home town of webster groves. i would recomend to anyone that was thinking of moving to st. louie to check out webster groves as the place to live. i grew up there and have the best memories a person could want. the homes are so full of character, the people are wonderful on the average, the neighborhoods can be downright picturesque, and it is a great place to raise kids and have them grow up. i am forty five years old and live in california. as i am writing this letter, i am wearing a ' webster groves statesmen ' highschool shirt. that's what i think about that town.

Explore Downtown

by senoritamc

The culture. It is a melting pot of cultures. You see it in the streets, the shops, and the restaurants. Christmas in Downtown St. Louis. I remember one particular Christmas, I must of been 4 or 5, when mom bundled me up in a new fancy warm purple coat and boots and cap to match. Mom and dad took me downtown to window shop and look at all the new movable Christmas displays. I remember admiring all the street Christmas lights and displays. How even the street lights had decorations on them. Oh how many times mom and dad would lift me up, mom had one arm and dad the other, and they would lift me up to keep me from having to step up the curb. I remember bringing home all kinds of little toys, especially from Walgreens. Toys like metal wind up airplanes and those big wood puzzles that smelled like real wood and those GREAT BIG COLORING BOOKS.

Public Art - "The Runner" fountain at Kiener Plaza

by yooperprof

"The Runner" dominates the section of the Gateway Plaza known as Kiener Plaza. It's the work of a prominent sculptor from the first half of the 20th century, William Zorach. Zorach, born in Lithuania in 1887, immigrated to the US and took part in the famous Armory Show of contemporary art in 1913. Specializing in figurative art, he became a prominent figure in the metropolitan art scene of the 1920s and 1930s. He died in Maine in 1966.

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Packing List

by slabeaume

In the summer, lightweight clothes will usually do. But expect some rain, humidity, and sun. We get some really strong storms. In the spring and fall you never know what to expect---pack everything! In the winter, it can get quite cold, you'll need a heavy coat most of the time. No camping in St. Louis. But Forest park is a good place for rollerblading, biking, fishing, ice skating in the winter, row boating or paddle boating, or just walking. It's a big park. Not only does it have the zoo and Art Museum, but it has a wonderful out door theatre in the summer (the Muny); as well as botanical places like The Jewel Box with seasonal floral displays, and a very nice free history museum.

Oldest Church

by Florida999

We visted the oldest Lutheran congregation west of the Mississippe. It was very nice and we liked the service. The church itself has been rebuilt but still looks old ( well, not as old as churches in Europe, but old by U.S. standards...)

Note: if you just want to go look at it, but do not wish to worship there, I am sure they will let you....everyone there was very friendly and they told us they get a lot of visitors.


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 Best Western Airport Plaza Inn & Conference Center Saint Louis

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Address: 4530 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton, Missouri, 63044-2201, United States