Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Steps from the Arch
I recently went to St. Louis to check out the St. Louis Cardinals baseball stadium. We were in the area for one night before moving on to Kansas City to check you the Royals stadium as well. The Hyatt Regency St Louis has one of the best locations in the city, just steps from the St. Louis Arch. In my Hyatt Regency St. Louis hotel review I will go over the room, location, cost, amenities and my overall reccomendation.
The hotel hovers around $200 per night but can be booked for only 8,000 World of Hyatt points. I ended up booking my stay with points because it offers a great value. Points will usually be a great option here especially if you are able to take part in Hyatt’s 10% back in points offer.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Location
As stated above the location of the hotel is superb. It is in the heart of downtown just steps from the Arch and the riverfront. The baseball stadium is within walking distance and there a few casinos just minutes away as well.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Check In
The lobby is pretty large and very open when you first walk in. There are a few restaurants near the front entrance, including Ruth’s Chris. There are a few more restaurants on the other side of the check in desk.
The check in area is off to the left when you first walk in. It is a little narrow but they do have a regular line and elite status line which is nice to see. Check in was a breeze, no issues.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Room
The room was fairly standard for a Hyatt. It was updated and in good condition. The room was very clean and fairly spacious. I was in a room with two queens and it didn’t feel cramped at all.
The bathroom had the standard tub/shower combo. There was a large vanity but only a single sink.
Some rooms come with amazing views. Check out the view in this suite.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Restaurants
I was surprised by how many restaurants the Hyatt Regency had on site. They have the following options:
We ate at Brewhouse and it was pretty good. The fish & chips were excellent. They had a generous beer selection and it was busier than expected before the baseball game. I think it is a location that locals frequent which is a good sign.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Amenities/Lounge
There was a nice little gift shop in the lobby and a fairly decent sized workout room overlooking the city. The real gem of the hotel is the club lounge.
I used one of my 4 lounge certificates while staying here that I got via the MLife status match trick. I was impressed with the offering in the lounge during the day as well as the breakfast.
They had a ton of snack options, cans of soda, and (Shawn’s favorite) a fridge full of Perrier. It is better than most of the US lounges I have been in. The views of the river and the Arch are pretty amazing too. It may be worth booking a club room with points (12,000 instead of 8,000) when staying here if you don’t have access via status. They also offer discounted beer and wine in the evening.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis Hotel Review – Conclusion
Overall the Hyatt Regency St. Louis offers a great value on points, a superb location, and a ton of dining options. The real gem of the hotel is the club lounge if you are able to get access to it. The rooms were clean, modern, and comfy. I would recommend this hotel for your next trip to St Louis.
Have you stayed here before? What were your thoughts on the hotel?
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