Union Station, Saint Louis

3 out of 5 stars 21 Reviews

One St. Louis Union Station, St. Louis, Missouri, 1-314-231-1234

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    Union Station was nice if you...

    by IslandGirl10 Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Union Station was nice if you like shopping! It was an interesting conversion as they attempted to keep the old charm of the station while blending in the new. There were lots of interesting shoppes and eateries!

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    See Union Station

    by Kay_C Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Downtown, St. Louis Union Station's magnificent Grand Hall is a barrel-vaulted wonder of gilt work, stained glass and statuary. Designed by architect Theodore Link in 1984 in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, Union Station was once the largest and busiest passenger rail station in the world. Today, the massive building, which was created to resemble a French fortress, houses a Hyatt Hotel and a marketplace of shops, restaurants and clubs.

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    Union Station

    by DrewV Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Formerly the most important train station west of the Mississippi, Union Station has since been converted into a beautiful hotel, fun-filled shopping mall, and amusement complex. Plus, it's just a quick train ride from the Kiel Center and downtown, so you can browse before going to a hockey or baseball game.

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    by lashr1999 Written Nov 9, 2004
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    Nice place to shop, hang out, drink and eat. Check out the City Improv club which is here. Also nice is the goldfish pond outside of the station.

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    Don't miss the details inside Union Station

    by shrimp56 Updated Aug 13, 2003

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    Most of the details are carved and painted plaster -- in this case there is gilt added also. The tiles are a richer green than they seem in the photo.

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    The window over the old station doorway

    by shrimp56 Written Feb 25, 2003

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    The stained glass window includes an image of the old courhouse dome. The three women represent the main U.S. train stations during the 1890s -- New York, St. Louis and San Francisco.

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