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Stay at the elegant St. Louis Union Station – A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel to experience the marriage of history and modern amenities in this architectural marvel, built as a train station in 1894. Expect luxurious surroundings, impeccable service, and a warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie upon arrival.
Admire the gold-leafed Grand Hall lobby's ‘Allegorical Window,’ made from hand-cut Tiffany glass and set above the Station's main entryway. Other highlights include Romanesque arches, a 65-foot barrel-vaulted ceiling, and the signature clock tower.
The original Union Station comprised the Headhouse, the Midway, and the 11.5-acre Train Shed. Amtrak decommissioned the Station in 1978 due to the popularity of air travel. Following revitalization, the facility reopened in 1985 as a unique hotel destination. The St. Louis Union Station hotel is in the Headhouse and part of the Train Shed, which also features a lake, shops, entertainment and restaurants.
Enjoy upscale decor and modern comforts in each guest room and suite with available WiFi, an HDTV, a spacious work desk and remote printing capability to the 24-hour business center.
Hold a conference or event at this St. Louis hotel in a range of meeting spaces offering the latest in A/V technology. This hotel also provides a contemporary 24-hour fitness center and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Dine in style at the renowned Station Grille, and sip cocktails in the stylish Grand Hall Lounge.
Our hotel is now in the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame! Our staff takes great pride in offering an exceptional guest experience and being recognized with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for outstanding traveler reviews five years in a row.
The official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation®, Historic Hotels of America recognizes the finest hotels for maintaining their authenticity, sense of place and architectural integrity. Qualifying hotels, such as St. Louis Union Station, must have historic significance, be at least 50 years old and be designated a National Historic Landmark or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.