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The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 300-room Ritz is located in the business district of Clayton, a suburb of St. Louis located about nine miles from downtown, which guests can easily access using the MetroLink subway system. The hotel lives up to the Ritz brand's reputation, and features crystal chandeliers, marble floors, dark woods, and rich rugs in the common areas. Rooms are classically chic, featuring balconies, comfortable beds, and bathrooms with deep soaking tubs with separate showers. There are three on-site restaurants, as well as a bakery, lively lounge, and cigar club. The massive fitness center features an indoor pool, whirlpool, steam room and sauna. But while the service and features don't disappoint, there is some wear and tear throughout this older property, particularly in some of guest room furnishings.
Omni Majestic Hotel

Omni Majestic Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This historic hotel in downtown St. Louis, built in 1913, is traditionally elegant, with decor that incorporates original Italian marble and mahogany wood. It is the smallest property in the Omni chain, with 91 spacious rooms and suites. Rooms have classic (if slightly bland decor) and come with bathrobes, coffeemakers, and iPod docks. The on-site restaurant and bar serves basic American pub fare, and the location is central to many restaurants and top sights in the area; guests can walk or take advantage of the free shuttle for stops within a three-mile radius. Meeting rooms, free newspapers, and a small fitness center appeal to regular business guests, but there are daily fees for valet parking and Wi-Fi.
The Cheshire

The Cheshire Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Cheshire has long been a St. Louis institution, and the historic property was thoroughly rejuvenated after multi-million dollar renovations in 2011. The classic decor in the lobby and cozy Fox & Hounds tavern were preserved during the overhaul, and the 108-room property retained charming British-inspired elements throughout. Yet modern additions -- such as the chic outdoor pool and terrace, as well as luxe amenities in rooms (flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, pretty duvets) -- add a fresh boutique appeal. Free extras including a continental breakfast, coffee/tea (at all times), use of a fitness center, a business center, free bicycles, and Wi-Fi, help make it a great value.
Moonrise Hotel

Moonrise Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Moonrise Hotel features urban-chic design with a unique moon theme and is located in a young neighborhood near Washington University. The 125 rooms have contemporary style and quality amenities such as Eurotop beds and walk-in glass showers. Gourmet cuisine is served at the Eclipse Restaurant on the main floor, and the Rooftop Terrace Bar features a huge revolving man-made moon, not to mention great city views. Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout.
The Raphael Hotel, Autograph Collection

The Raphael Hotel, Autograph Collection Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Raphael Hotel, Autograph Collection, is an historic, luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Kansas City's well-heeled Plaza neighborhood. The 1920s building has been beautifully maintained and elegantly furnished from the common areas to the rooms, the latter of which are all suites, furnished with granite countertops, Keurig coffee machines, and iPod docks. Chaz on the Plaza, the on-site restaurant, is a high-end favorite in the city and serves modern American regional cuisine amid white tablecloths and leather booths. The hotel has a modern gym, free valet parking, 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi, and plenty of meeting and event space. The location is exceptional, just steps from Country Club Plaza, but you'll want a car to explore the rest of the city. This hotel and its restaurant may be pricey, but they have a lot to offer -- albeit no pool or spa -- in a great location.
Welk Resort Branson

Welk Resort Branson Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Set amid the scenic Ozark Mountains just a short drive from central Branson, the Welk Resort Branson is a family-friendly, upper-mid-range resort with a wealth of fun activities and amenities. Chief among these are the exceptional indoor/outdoor water park and outdoor mini-golf course. There’s also free Wi-Fi, a game room, huge theater with musical acts, and popular on-site restaurant. Rooms are modern, if a bit boring, with features like granite countertops and mini-fridges. Note that the resort also operates a timeshare; therefore, pitches can be annoying, and the resort can get a bit loud with so many kids running around.
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark

Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Not just any hotel in St. Louis can get away with using the word "Ballpark" in the name, but the Hilton -- with its unmatched view of Busch Stadium -- deserves the moniker. The 670-room property is divided over two towers, and thought it's older (it used to be a Marriott) it underwent renovations in 2012. Rooms have contemporary decor, flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks (though some are still undergoing renovations). tag:revisit 4/1/2013 Its numerous meeting and convention facilities on-site draw a business crowd, but the trendy rooftop bar -- boasting 360 degree views -- attracts a young and fun set, especially on game nights. Meanwhile, dining options on the main level include a mix of casual and gourmet fare. An indoor pool and fitness center are free for guests, but there are fees for Wi-Fi and valet parking.

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