3 Best Hotels in St. Louis for Group Travel

Located in the Midwest, straddling the border between Missouri and Illinois, the city of Saint Louis is known for its iconic Gateway Arch, its Blues music and cuisine, and a rich history that dates back to the early 1800s. Founded as a trading post, the city became an important transportation hub during the Industrial Revolution. Today, Saint Louis is home to a variety of attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, Forest Park, and the Missouri History Museum. With a population of nearly 320 thousand people, Saint Louis has a unique blend of cultures from all over the world, making it an exciting and diverse place to visit. Whether you’re traveling with your group for business or pleasure, we’ve curated the top spots to stay in the grand city.

  1. Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
  2. Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
  3. St. Louis Union Station Hotel

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Exterior of hotel with a park in teh foreground.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 134 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4-star rating

Promising Review: “Travel group through a travel agency. Very nice service. Convenient to the park and arch. We were able to walk to the park from the hotel and walk through the park before leaving for the airport. Only one night but very enjoyable.”

Exterior view of the hotel and The Arch.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 129 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4-star rating

Promising Review: “Guest services did a fantastic job with a large and unique group event. Grateful for their commitment even while it is hard to maintain staffing levels in the pandemic. I was especially impressed by the dining services team.”

Interior view of the hotel lobby with it's arched ceiling.
Credit: Hotel Management
  • 106 reviews mention ‘groups’
  • 4-star rating

Promising Review: “We stayed with a large group at this hotel… We picked this off the list of choices as the history and style of the building were so appealing! This hotel does not disappoint. The Grand Hall featured hourly projected shows on the ceiling which were utterly captivating (the best one is probably The Beatles)…”

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