My friend and I attended the murder mystery dinner. The show was a blast, and we had a great time. The soup was delicious, unlike the rest of the meal. The salad tasted like it had a mayo dressing on it, and the main course was some kind of beef and chicken that was pretty well tasteless. The dessert was like eating a bowl of whipcream. The waiters were nice and friendly. Our room was the Lewis Lemp suite. It was so hot in there!! We had a window unit, but I don't think it was working properly. We couldn't hardly get any stations on the tv except sports channels and infomercials. The bed was suppose to be a queen size bed, but it was really small. I ended up with a backache and neckache. We paid $205.00 for this room. Our "continental breakfast" consisted of 2 packaged muffins, a bag of chocolate chip cookies, bag of chips, Nutrigrain bar, granola bar, and two warm bottles of V-8 juice and water. We were locked in the home without staff all night long, and told that if we needed to come and go, to use the back door. We were given keys and told that we would be charged $50.00 if we lost them. The staff was still gone when we left the next morning. We left the keys where anyone left in the house could take them if they wanted to, because there was nowhere to leave them.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Lemp Mansion Restaurant and Inn was alternately the home and offices of one of St. Louis' first brewing dynasties. We offer our guests the opportunity to stay in the rooms that were once home to the original beer barons before prohibition. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lemp Mansion Restaurant Hotel Saint Louis
- Lemp Mansion Restaurant And Inn
- Lemp Mansion Saint Louis