|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
The Shaw Guest Suite is a serene sanctuary in a well-maintained 1920s-era apartment complex. The apartment is in St. Louis' historic Shaw Neighborhood, one-and-a-half blocks east of the world-renowned Missouri Botanical Garden. The "Shaw" sleeps up to four, with an excellent Queen-sized bed and a Queen-sized sleeper sofa bed that is truly worth sleeping on. Add $15/night per person when top-quality Queen-sized sleeper sofa bed is desired.
Included in the tariff is a rotating selection of unguarded welcome treats, a selection of teas, and freshly roasted coffee from one of the city's best roasters. The apartment has WIFI as well as a router with Ethernet for high-speed Internet access. The Shaw Guest Suite is less than 10 minutes by car--or an easy and delightful bike ride--to St. Louis' most beloved attractions: The Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, City Museum, the St. Louis Zoo, Forest Park, the Fabulous Fox Theatre and Powell Symphony Hall. The Shaw Guest Suite is across the street from magnificent Tower Grove Park, a Victorian gem with more than 8,000 trees and shrubs, historic gates, gazebos and pavilions, a playground and wading pool, and a farmers' market that bustles with activity every Saturday during growing season. Within walking distance are dozens of outstanding restaurants. Base rate is for two people using one Queen-sized bed. Dogs are welcome at the Shaw Guest Suite, for a one-time charge of $25 per dog. Rates are all-inclusive: Taxes, linens, cleaning, etc. are all included. Parking is free and on-street in front of the Shaw Guest Suite. With the exception of those reserving over holidays or other high-demand dates, guests are not charged until their day of arrival. Add $15 per night on weekends and holidays. A two-night minimum is required on weekends.
Home of the Gateway Arch, one of the nation's iconic monuments and less than five miles from the Shaw Guest Suite. St. Louis also is home to the one-of-a-kind City Museum. There truly is nothing like this place, anywhere in the world.