Best Western Kirkwood Inn

Best Western Kirkwood Inn
1200 South Kirkwood Road
Saint Louis, MO US
This full-service St. Louis hotel is located near the Gateway Arch, St. Louis Zoo and Six Flags amusement park. The Best Western Kirkwood Inn boasts a unique combination of location, amenities and atmosphere brought together by a personable team of caring, fun hospitality professionals. Hotel guests will find all of the great attractions in St. Louis nearby including the Gateway Arch, Six Flags St. Louis, Magic House Children's Museum, Busch Stadium (home of the baseball St. Louis Cardinals) and Edward Jones Dome (home of the NFL St. Louis Rams). In addition, the St. Louis area is the home to great musical events including the Old Webster Jazz Festival and the "Live on the Levee" music series. Hotel guests will appreciate the variety of nearby shopping and dining options, including the on-site Chili's Grill & Bar. A complimentary deluxe continental breakfast is served daily with a wide variety of options like Belgian waffles! Guests will also enjoy the hotel's heated outdoor pool, 24-hour exercise facility, playground and picnic area. Completely renovated in 2006, every guest room is 100% smoke free. Guest amenities include feature free high-speed Internet access, cable satellite television with pay-per-view movies, free long distance access and an in-room safe. A friendly staff is ready to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay while in historic St. Louis. Make an online reservation today and save at the Best Western Kirkwood Inn!

Room Information

1 KING BED,NOSMOKE,HI SPEED NET,RECLNR,COFMKR,HAIR
* 1 King Bed * No Smoking * High Speed Internet Access * Recliner * Coffee Maker * Hairdryer * Continental Breakfast
2 QUEEN BEDS,NOSMOKE,HI SPEED NET,COFFEMAKR,HAIR,I
* 2 Queen Beds * No Smoking * High Speed Internet Access * Coffee Maker * Hairdryer * Iron And Ironing Board * Continental Breakfast

Area Attractions

Restaurants:
On premises: * Howard Johnson with full service family style cuisine and casual dress, open Sunday to Thursday from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. * Across the street from Sunny China Buffet * 1 mile from Citizen Kane's, steak house * 1 mile from Joseph's, Italian cuisine * 1 mile from Blue Water Grill, seafood * 1 mile from Café Provencal, Country French cuisine * 1 mile from Culpepper's, casual American
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Recreation:
* 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 14 mile(s) from President Casino * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Ellisville * Fenton * Manchester * Sunset Hills * Webster Groves
Education:
* 0.5 mile(s) from St. Louis Community College, at Meramec * 10 mile(s)from Washington University * 12 mile(s)from St. Louis University
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Local Attractions:
* Fitness center, shopping, and restaurants * .5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 7 mile(s) from Forest Park , one of the largest urban parks in the United States, featuring an art museum, history museum, Jewel Box greenhouse, Muny Theater, Science Center, St. Louis Zoo, golf, tennis and bike paths * 7 mile(s) from Westport Plaza , 42-acre entertainment complex * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Busch Stadium, City Museum, Laclede's Landing, President Casino, Savvis Center, St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from Six Flags St. Louis® * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 15 mile(s) from Harrah's St. Louis Casino * 16 mile(s) from Alton Belle Casino * 16 mile(s) from Casino Queen riverboat * 18 mile(s) from the Ameristar Casino * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Neighborhoods:
St. Louis is a city made up of neighborhoods, each with its own identity.* Kirkwood - Known as the St. Louis Treasure, Kirkwood is a shopper's paradise, food lover's dream and home to many of its own attractions. Visit the Magic House Children's Museum, the third largest in the country, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Powder Valley Nature Center or the Museum of Transportation - all within minutes of our Best Western Kirkwood Inn. Enchanting shops entice window shoppers in Kirkwood's Special Business district, located 1 mile north of the hotel. Or, leave your car in our parking lot and walk to the new stores and restaurants of Kirkwood's Commons and Crossings. * The Hill - Called one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country, the Hill is known for its exquisite Northern Italian cuisine. A must-stop on a culinary tour of St. Louis, or a game of bocce. * Cherokee Street / Soulard - Dozens of treasure-filled stores selling items from St. Louis historic past line Cherokee Street, while down the block, experience the world famous St. Louis blues in Soulard - known across the country for offering America's greatest root music. Home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, founded in 1779. * The Loop - Named for the old streetcar turnaround, the Loop neighborhood area near Forest Park is home to 100 one-of-a-kind stores, ethnic and American restaurants, theaters and nightclubs. An eccentric, eclectic assortment of galleries, sidewalk cafes and the newest addition, Pin-Up Bowl, a retro-styled bowling alley. * Laclede's Landing - A vibrant entertainment district named for St. Louis founder, Pierre Laclede, located just north of the Arch on the Mississippi River. Chock full of some of the area's best restaurants and music clubs and adjacent to riverboat casinos. * Grand South Grand and Tower Grove Park - Yin meets yang in this diverse six-block area where Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants, ethnic groceries, boutiques, vintage clothing stores and Asian import stores line the boulevard. Tower Grove Park, an elegant 19th century Victorian walking park with whimsical pavilions, statuary, fountains and mock classical ruins abuts this neighborhood. * Lafayette Square - Home of the stately 1880's and 1880's "painted ladies" that have been called the finest and largest collection of Victorian-era architecture in the country. The square surrounds beautiful Lafayette Park, an oasis of greenery within the urban landscape. * The Ville - St. Louis' most historically significant African-American neighborhood. The Ville's Sumner High School - the first school west of the Mississippi River to provide secondary education for black students - claims among its illustrious graduates opera diva Grace Bumbry, rock and roll legend Chuck Berry, singer Tina Turner and tennis great Arthur Ashe. * Maplewood - This neighborhood, located not far from Forest Park and the Hill, has experienced a metamorphosis into a charming boutique and antique shopping area. Maplewood's creative shops are nestled among a variety of restaurants and coffee houses. * Central West End - The perfect place to relax after exploring Forest Park's Popular visitor attractions. Filled with charming sidewalk cafes, exciting galleries and fascinating antique shops, trendy boutiques and cozy pubs. Cobblestone streets thread through the commercial district to tree-lined private streets with stately homes.
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Corporate Locations:
* 1 mile(s) from SBC * 13 mile(s) from Soulard Farmer's Market * 14 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 30 mile(s) from Purina Farms
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Webster Groves * Sunset Hills * Manchester * Fenton * Ellisville
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Webster Groves * Sunset Hills * Manchester * Fenton * Ellisville
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Webster Groves * Sunset Hills * Manchester * Fenton * Ellisville
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Webster Groves * Manchester * Fenton * Ellisville * Sunset Hills
Nearby Cities:
* Ballwin * Crestwood * Des Peres * Webster Groves * Sunset Hills * Manchester * Fenton * Ellisville
Transportation:
* 'A' Always taxi (314) 575-7555, $25.00 flat rate * Car Service Inc. (limo) (314) 530-6880 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * .3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 7 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport
Transportation:
* 'A' Always taxi (314) 575-7555, $25.00 flat rate * Car Service Inc. (limo) (314) 530-6880 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * .3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 7 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport
Transportation:
* 'A' Always taxi (314) 575-7555, $25.00 flat rate * Car Service Inc. (limo) (314) 530-6880 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * .3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 7 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport
Transportation:
* 'A' Always taxi (314) 575-7555, $25.00 flat rate * Car Service Inc. (limo) (314) 530-6880 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * .3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 7 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport
Transportation:
* 'A' Always taxi (314) 575-7555, $25.00 flat rate * Car Service Inc. (limo) (314) 530-6880 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * .3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 7 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport
Local Attractions:
* Museums, shopping, and restaurants * 0.5 mile(s) from Magic House Children's Museum * 0.5 mile(s) from Doc's Harley Davidson * 1 mile(s) from Powder Valley Nature Center/Conservation Area * 1 mile(s) from Laumeier Sculpture Park * 3 mile(s) from Grant's Farm * 3 mile(s) from Museum of Transportation * 6 mile(s) from St. Louis Children's Aquarium * 7 mile(s) from Ted Drewes Frozen Custard , a St. Louis tradition * 8 mile(s) from Missouri Botanical Garden * 13 mile(s) from St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis , the Arch, Anheuser-Busch Brewery * 14 mile(s) from Busch Stadium * 14 mile(s) from City Museum * 14 mile(s) from Laclede's Landing * 14 mile(s) from Savvis Center * 14 mile(s) from St. Louis Union Station * 14 mile(s) from the Butterfly House * 15 mile(s) from Edward Jones Dome / America's Center * 60 mile(s) from Meramec Caverns
Shopping:
* 5 mile(s) from Plaza Frontenac Mall , featuring Saks and Neiman Marcus * 5 mile(s) from West County Shoppingtown , featuring Nordstom's * 8 mile(s) from Galleria Mall * 18 mile(s) from St. Louis Mills Outlet Mall
Transportation:
* County Cab (314) 991-5300 * Enterprise Leasing (314) 965-5900 * 0.3 mile(s) from Metro-Bus Public Transit stop , 1 mile from the Greyhound station * 1 mile(s) from Amtrak station , 6 miles from Metro-Link Light-Rail Station * 10 mile(s) from Spirit of St. Louis Airport * 16 mile(s) from the Lambert International-Saint Louis Airport

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