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St. Louis, MO 63118
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The new 106-room boutique Hampton Inn & Suites, located at 216 N. Meramec Avenue in Clayton, features a unique mineral water pool on the second floor with an adjoining fitness room.
Hampton Inn & Suites Debuts in Clayton with Ribbon Cutting
The new Hampton Inn & Suites debuted with a special red ribbon-cutting in Clayton: (Shown, L - R) Alex Berger III, Clayton Ward III Alderman; Kathleen "Kitty" Ratcliffe, President of St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission; Harold J. Sanger, mayor of Clayton; Michael Mullenix, chairman and CEO of Equis Hospitality Management; John Rosen, managing director, Rockbridge Capital; Gregory Mullenix, president, Citadel Construction Management, LLC; and, Rebecca Boyer, KellyMitchell Group, President Clayton Chamber of Commerce. (Not shown at the ribbon:) Trish Zupon, membership director Clayton Chamber of Commerce; Pat Buehring, Pulaski Bank, past president, Clayton Chamber of Commerce; and, Ellen Gale, executive director Clayton Chamber of Commerce.
The lobby at the Hampton Inn & Suites showcases modern mixed with mid-century elements in a color palette incuding citrine, copper, chocolate brown, cream, navy blue and steel.
Luxury appointed guestrooms feature the Hampton bed®, 47-inch LCD flat-screen TV, variety of seating and lighting options, free Wi-Fi, multi-unit Power Cubes and comfortable bathrooms with Neutrogena products.
by Betty Moore, SLFP.com
CLAYTON, MO, (SLFP.com), October 9, 2014 - The new 106-room boutique Hampton Inn & Suites debuted with a special red ribbon-cutting at the former Danielle Hotel, located at 216 N. Meramec Ave in a quiet, posh neighborhood north of the Clayton business district.
Clayton Mayor Harold J. Sanger remarked that the occasion celebrated the first hotel opening in Clayton in the last 25 years and by all accounts was the best attended opening. His comments drew laughs and a round of applause from special guests, city officials, residents and representatives from companies who worked on the property.
"This building has a lot of history in Clayton. I know this new hotel will continue that tradition," said the Mayor.
Michael Mullenix, chairman and CEO of Equis Hospitality Management, proudly noted that this was the fifteenth hotel he had opened in the St. Louis area. He confided that buying the former Danielle Hotel was a bit overwhelming. The St. Louis-based company spent $16 million redeveloping the building, added a fifth floor to make room for more suites, valet parking underneath and an indoor mineral water pool on the second floor.
John Rosen, managing director, Rockbridge Capital stated that the transformation introduced more upscale elements than the typical Hampton.
"We've always wanted to be in the Clayton market as it's a special place. We are focused on the trends in the industry. People want authenticity and they want to feel like they are part of the community," stated Rosen.
Gregory Mullenix, president, Citadel Construction Management, LLC, complimented the creative team of SP Architects and HBD Construction for figuring out how they could make this historic property really special.
Guests enjoyed an open bar and hors d' oeuvres from Butler's Pantry before touring the property. The 850-square-foot meeting space, called the Daniele Room, which can host up to 50 guests in a theater-style setting, was a favorite stop on the tour. A 24-hour business center and small restaurant are among the hotel's amenities for leisure and business travelers.
Guides provided historical facts while highlighting the hotel's custom-made furnishings, creative mix of artwork and photography of St. Louis iconic locations, luxury appointed suites featuring the Hampton bed®, 47-inch LCD flat-screen TV, variety of seating and lighting options, multi-unit Power Cubes and comfortable bathrooms with Neutrogena products. The hotel also features the only mineral-water pool in the area.
The gleaming steel, glass and stone façade of the new Hampton Inn & Suites is a beautiful compliment to the neighborhood and a very desirable asset to the City of Clayton.
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