Holiday Inn St. Louis Forest Park

5915 Wilson Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63110, United States

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Holiday Inn Forest Park
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    Decent, Cheaper Place to Stay While Still Close


    Got this for a night through Travelocity's Top Secret Hotels, paying about $60. Room was nice and fairly updated. Public areas and grounds were pretty typical for a Holiday Inn: obviously dated, but in good condition. The location is good because of the easy access to I-44, and it's a quick drive into Downtown or up into the West End. Staff were nice, and check-in and check-out were easy. Large parking lot that was well-lit and felt safe.

    Unique Quality: Excellent location for a quick overnight with the ability to get dinner and drinks in the city.

    Directions: I-44 exit #286

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Where to stay?

by aprnrn

We got lucky and got Cardinal tickets for Friday, August4. We usually try to stay downtown, but there are no affordable hotels this time. We are considering using the Metrolink, but don't really know where to begin. Can you suggest a hotel near a Metrolink station in a safe, easy-to-get-around part of town? We are coming from Nashville, Tn through Illinois. Thanks for any help.

RE: Where to stay?

by vanderlust

To start you off, here is a link to a list of Metro stations.

The Airport would be a good location to find a hotel near Metro. Other stations that are safe and hold promise for hotels would be:
UMSL stations,
Delmar Loop,
Central West End
The other stations between Union Station and The Arch/Lacledes Landing are downtown.

You could stay on the Illinois side of the river. Bellville or Fairview Heights are both good areas to stay in. Stay away from the E. StL locations.

Here are the results of a search of Bellville hotels with a distance less than 1 mile from the nearest Metro Station;

Super 8 Motel
600 E Main St, Belleville, IL
0.5 mi S - (618) 234-9670

Town House Motel
400 S Illinois St, Belleville, IL
0.9 mi SW - (618) 233-7881

If you decide to not take the Metro, parking at the Stadium is relatively easy to find. Cost is from $5 - $20. Hotels can be found on your route in from Illinois if you cross the JB (Jefferson Barracks) Bridge you will find several hotels in the area around I-270 and I-55. To Busch Stadium it is only about 6 miles from I-270 & I-55.

Here are the results of a hotel search near that area:

Holiday Inn St Louis-South
4234 Butler Hill Rd, St Louis, MO
(314) 894-0167

Motel 6 St Louis, MO
6500 S Lindbergh Blvd, St Louis, MO
(314) 892-1153

Oak Grove Inn
6602 S Lindbergh Blvd, St Louis, MO
(314) 894-9449

Holiday Inn St Louis-S County
6921 S Lindbergh Blvd, St Louis, MO
(314) 892-2091

Best Western Inn
6224 Heimos Industrial Park Dr, St Louis, MO
(314) 416-7639

Arnold, MO is 3 miles south of I-270 on I-55;

Drury Inn
1201 Drury Ln, Arnold, MO
(636) 296-9600

Ramada Inn Limited Suites
2121 Ridge Dr, Arnold, MO
(636) 282-2400

If you decide to stay south and drive to the ballgame, get back to me, I can provide suggestions for stadium parking and directions.


RE: RE: Where to stay?

by aprnrn

Thanks so much for your help. What is going on this weekend? The hotels downtown are going for almost $200. I think we may end up staying in the Forrest Park area and driving into town. Can't wait to see the new stadium!

RE: RE: Where to stay?

by vanderlust

I don't know of anything special going on downtown this weekend. Below are the results of a search for hotels near Forest Park.

Can't say that I have ever stayed at any of these but if you need to know about a particular neighborhood I can help.

Enjoy your trip!

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 Holiday Inn St. Louis Forest Park

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Address: 5915 Wilson Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63110, United States