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Hyatt Regency at Arch Among "Best of MidAmerica"
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch features 83,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor space for group functions.
ST. LOUIS, (SLFP.com) - Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch, a premier business and leisure hotel located in the heart of downtown St. Louis on the iconic Gateway Arch grounds, was named among the "Best of MidAmerica" by Meetings Today, a premier meeting planner resource and publication. The award recognizes the best hotels and resorts for meetings in North America voted by region.
"We're thrilled to be recognized as one of the top meeting destinations in MidAmerica by such an esteemed publication as Meeting Today," said Jennifer Byrnes, director of sales and marketing of Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch. "As this award is based on a reader poll, it is a true testament to the type of meeting and destination experience we provide here on property as the closest meeting hotel to the iconic Gateway Arch."
The "Best of MidAmerica" awards are determined by a reader poll. Winners are selected based on a variety of criteria including quality of meeting space, guest rooms, guest services and amenities, food and beverage facilities and activities, and overall value and experiences.
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch features 83,000 square-feet of indoor and outdoor space for group functions. The meeting spaces include the two mid-sized Gateway Ballrooms which are located on the hotel's 18th floor. The two elegant ballrooms are complemented by the open-air Gateway Terrace which features panoramic, unobstructed views overlooking the Gateway Arch and scenic Mississippi riverfront. The hotel also features the 20,000 square-foot Grand Ballroom which is designed for large-size events, conventions or conferences, as well as the 16,800 square-foot Regency Ballroom perfect for medium to large-sized functions. Both the Grand and Regency ballrooms are flexible and can be partitioned into smaller meeting spaces to fit the size requirements and preferences of any group.
In addition to the traditional ballrooms, the hotel also provides the Park View room which features arch-paned windows with commanding views of the national monument, as well as a variety of conference rooms, boardrooms, and conference suites. Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch also offers three premiere VIP suites that are functional for dual use as luxury accommodations or venues for small or private functions. The suites include the Presidential Suites, Governor Suite, and Regency Suite, each featuring unique entertainment areas with amenities such as billiards and poker tables.
Guests can also enjoy St. Louis-style barbecue and more than 70 local beer selections at the hotel's Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar, as well as Arch-view dining at the on-site Ruth's Chris Steak House.
For more information, call 314-655-1234 or visit Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch.
Angad Arts Hotel to Open in Grand Center
Rendering of the Chameleon Lamp in the Lobby of the soon to open Angad Arts Hotel in Grand Center.
Rendering of the Green Room (Rejuvenation) at the soon to open Angad Arts Hotel in Grand Center.
Rendering of the first floor featuring a rotating series of exhibitions of original art by regional artists presented by Art Saint Louis in a partnership with the Angad Arts Hotel in Grand Center.
ST. LOUIS, (SLFP.com), September 21, 2018 - Job seekers yearning to work in the hotel industry can now apply for a position with the Angad Arts Hotel (AAH), a colorful new boutique hotel opening in St. Louis' Grand Arts District this November.
Openings range from front office assistant manager, hotel housekeeping supervisor, overnight security, and night manager to mini-bar attendant, receiving clerk and maintenance engineer, among many others. Those with a passion for culinary can apply for positions with Grand Tavern by David Burke, the property's on-site restaurant helmed by acclaimed Chef Burke.
Applications are available online and will also be provided during the event. Candidates are asked to bring their resume.
The Angad Arts is the first hotel in the world where guests are able to book their luxury accommodations not only by room type, but also the emotion of color: Green - Rejuvenation; Blue - Tranquility; Yellow - Happiness; Red - Passion. Standing as a beacon for St. Louis' exciting new cultural shift, the hotel offers a place for travelers and locals alike to share their thoughts and ideas, creating a vibrant intersection of cultural expression.
Originally constructed as the Missouri Theater Building in 1920 by DeRosa & Pereira, the historic landmark played host to the Missouri Rockets dancers in its early years. The troupe would entertain audiences before film screenings, and became so popular, they took their act on tour. From there, they were discovered in New York by legendary showman, S.L. "Roxy" Rothafel, relocated to the Big Apple, and rebranded to the Radio City Rockettes.
The historical property laid dormant for a number of years before it was purchased by the Lawrence Group in 2013 for $3.2 million from Grand Center Inc.
The lively hotel features 146 artfully designed guest rooms, including 38 suites, 25 extended stay rooms; a whimsical signature restaurant Grand Tavern by David Burke, the first St. Louis eatery by the world class chef; an outdoor rooftop terrace; inspired indoor and outdoor meeting space; stylish staff outfits designed by Reuben Reuel, creator of the womenswear brand Demestik; and convenient access to St. Louis attractions and special events through the hotel's personal concierge services.
Under the direction of Art Saint Louis, the vibrant 146-guest room Angad Arts Hotel will feature a rotating series of exhibitions and events spotlighting the work of numerous St. Louis regional visual artists in the hotel's public spaces, as well as extensive collections of original artworks and reproductions in the hotel's room and suites.
"We're thrilled to be part of such a visionary project," said Art Saint Louis' Executive Director, Chandler Branch. "Angad Arts Hotel will be an outstanding outlet and creative hub for a diverse community of artists and creatives of all kinds. The imagination and whimsy that the developers are pouring into every aspect of the visitor experience is truly astounding."
Angad Arts Hotel is currently taking reservations for November 1st onwards. For more information, call (314) 561-0033 or visit www.angadartshotel.com
St. Louis Union Station Hotel Lobby One of Most Beautiful
U.S. News & World Report has selected the lobby of the historic St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton, as one of the top twelve most beautiful entrances.
ST. LOUIS, (SLFP.com) - The Grand Hall of the St. Louis Union Station Hotel's, lobby continues to awe visitors and guests at the historic landmark, located at located at 1820 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103.
U.S. News & World Report recently selected the lobby of the historic St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton, as one of the top twelve most beautiful entrances.
Lodging Hospitality Management (LHM) invested more than $40 million in the property since 2012. The project included renovating the historic Grand Hall, with its barrel-vaulted ceiling of unsurpassed gilt work, stained glass over the entrance, to include an award-winning 3-D projection mapping light show, new furnishings and a 65-foot-long bar.
Beyond the history and the food, the Grand Hall Experience at Union Station is complete with the first of its kind high-definition projection mapping experience in the United States.
Projected on the Grand Hall's 65-foot tall ceilings and across the entire space, the 3D entertainment is made up of 30 vignettes, all stretching the barrier of creative design, innovation and story-telling. The Grand Hall Experience begins on the hour every evening between 5pm and 10pm. For more information, call 314-621-5262 or for reservations, visit St. Louis Union Station Hotel.
Drury Plaza Hotel Joines Streets of St. Charles
A new 7-story, 180-room Drury Plaza hotel has joined the Streets of St Charles at the north end of
the center along I-70 at South Fifth Street. (photo courtesy Drury Hotels)
ST. CHARLES, (SLFP.com) - A new
7-story, 180-room Drury Plaza St. Louis, has opened in the Streets of St Charles development at the north end of the center along I-70 at South Fifth Street.
In addition to the hotel, a second parking deck has been added to the
mixed-use project which features 300+ spaces and provides hotel guests convenient covered parking access directly connected to the lower level hotel entrance.
Drury currently owns 20 hotels in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. The Drury Plaza at Streets of St. Charles features King and Queen guest rooms, as well as deluxe, two-room suites which include a bedroom separated by a door from the living area. The hotel offers guests a wide variety of amenities,
including meeting spaces, a unique indoor/outdoor pool, as well as free Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, and evening drink and snacks. The design is modeled after the recently opened Brentwood location and features quality finishes both inside and out, including stone, glass and metal exterior finishes.
In a release, Christopher M. West, Cullinan Properties Partner and Chief Operating Officer said, "When developing our master plan for Streets of St. Charles, we recognized the need for a quality hotel to complement the property, where business people could feel at home, and families who visit the area could be comfortable as well."
The Streets of St. Charles is a distinctive 27 acre mixed-use community with retail, dining, entertainment, hospitality, residential and office components. With a town center design that creates a neighborhood atmosphere, the Streets of St. Charles is unique in the market and includes all the latest amenities for
sophisticated living, casual and elegant dining, retail, modern offices, and entertainment.
For more information, call 1-800-325-0481 or visit Drury Plaza St. Louis
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