St. Louis Union Station Hotel
The St. Louis Union Station Hotel is located in a former railway terminal and features sweeping archways, fresco and gold leaf detailing, mosaics, and stained-glass windows. It is located within walking distance to dining, shopping and special attractions.
Nearby points of interest
- The St. Louis Wheel, an observation Ferris wheel with 42 enclosed, climate-controlled gondolas, located at Union Station
- St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station, a newly opened attraction featuring 13,000 creatures, 257 species, 44 exhibits and a 250,000 gallon shark tank
- Gateway Arch National Park features the tallest man-made monument in the U.S., which commemorates St. Louis’ role in the nation’s westward expansion during the 19th century
- Busch Stadium, home to Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals
- St. Louis Zoo, one of the few free zoos in the nation, features 90 acres of animal exhibits and other attractions
- St. Louis Science Center, a free museum featuring more than 700 interactive experiences in 10 galleries, as well as a planetarium
- Missouri History Museum, which focuses on local and regional history
- St. Louis Art Museum, which features paintings, sculptures, cultural objects and ancient masterpieces
- 24/7 Fitness Center
- Seasonal Outdoor Pool
- Grand Hall Experience 3D Light Show (an hourly 3D light show in the lobby’s 65-foot vaulted ceilings each evening)
- Complimentary Guest Room and lobby WiFi
- Room service
Hotel Restaurants and Bars
This recently renovated and restored lobby and lounge area offers food and bar service, as well as 3D entertainment projected across the Grand Hall’s 65-foot ceilings. Relax in a venue featuring stained-glass windows and Romanesque arches.
Grand Hall Market / Starbucks
This 1920s-themed market offers coffee, espresso, treats and souvenirs.
Union Station Soda Fountain
The Soda Fountain at St. Louis Union Station is a refreshing blast from the past with sweets, treats, and eats in a retro-style diner. Combining modern flair with yesteryear vibes, the soda fountain offers sodas, spirits, sundaes, ice cream, shakes and sandwiches.
The Train Shed at Union Station
This eatery offers contemporary cuisine and creative cocktails—including shareable finger foods and starters to pizza, burgers, sandwiches and entrees
Fred Harvey revolutionized railroad dining by opening one of his restaurants in the Terminal Hotel at St. Louis Union Station. In order to provide efficiency, travelers ordered while still on board the train. Orders were then wired to the restaurant manager, so that people could come in, sit down enjoy a meal, and be on their way with as little time and hassle as possible. The most essential part of Fred Harvey's success, as well as the most popular feature of his restaurants were the Harvey Girls, who greeted and tended to patrons with classic Midwestern manners and hospitality. Fred Harvey's restaurant is now the Station Grille, which is located in the Union Station Hotel, and offers traditional American cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner.