Ok I stayed in this hotel for a Rams game, they lost. First of all this hotel is historic, but NOT run down. If you like crown molding and stained glass this is a very nice hotel, if you like sanitized plain white walls like in a Doubletree Hotel this hotel is not for you. We stayed in a double queen room which was perfect. I like that it had two TVs which were separated so I could be in one room watching one TV and my kids could be in another room on that TV and I couldn't hear what they were watching. Also they had WiFi throughout the entire hotel not just the lobby or common areas. The bar was nice, the cookies and milk before bed was great and the breakfast although different was still great. I will definitely stay at this hotel again, I like that it's close to everything and different.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Named to the National Historic Register, the new St. Louis Magnolia Hotel will reopen in early summer, 2014. Originally built in 1924 as the Mayfair Hotel by Charles Heiss, the hotel has since undergone many changes throughout its history. The hotel holds significant historical firsts including the first female general manager in St. Louis, origination of chocolates on a pillow by the famous actor, Cary Grant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wyndham Roberts Mayfair
- The Mayfair Hotel St Louis
- Wyndham Saint Louis
- Saint Louis Wyndham