Historic Landmark is Perfect Place For a Hotel
While in St. Louis, we stayed in the Hyatt Regency St. Louis, which is part of historic Union Station. It recently completed a seven million dollar renovation to its guestrooms and has won the AAA four Diamond Award.
The hotel has 539 guest room and suites. You may stay in the Headhouse portion of the Union Station, which is traditional elegance or stay in the Garden Hotel portion which is tucked under the historic Train Shed. We stayed in the Garden portion. Although it is an expensive place to stay, we felt that it was every bit worth the expense. There are executive suites, parlors, presidential suites, and garden rooms. We stayed in a Garden Room, which was furnished with two double beds, an electronic door lock, AM/FM alarm clock radio, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, 27" television with cable movie channels, in-room pay movies, 3 Dual-line telephones, data ports, voice mail, Coffee maker, and Daily newspaper. Our room was spacious and decorated with elegant furnishings and included a "full bath amenities" bathroom. When we first arrived, we noticed that the toilet kept running continuously, so we called and literally within minutes, a repairman came and fixed it. Great service!