Accommodation June 26, 2017
Treat Yourself With A Stay At These 10 Elegant Boutique Hotels In Missouri
You don’t need to go far for a stay at a luxury hotel. You will find each hotel on this list to be unique, beautifully designed, modern, and elegant. Many of these Missouri hotels also offer fine dining establishments and trendy bars. Treat yourself to an experience unlike any other at these 10 amazing boutique hotels in Missouri.
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1. Ambassador Hotel - Kansas City
The Ambassador Hotel in Kansas City offers luxurious loft style rooms for guests looking to spread out. You can grab dinner and drinks at Reserve - the on-site restaurant. Conveniently located near shopping, restaurants, and entertainment find the Ambassador Hotel at 1111 Grand Blvd,
2. The Cheshire Inn - St. Louis
Minutes from Forest Park, the Cheshire Inn is a modern hotel with an English charm. Start your morning with Starbucks from the on-site cafe, dine in one of the restaurants, get a drink at the elegant bar, or relax by the pool. Visit The Cheshire Inn at 6300 Clayton Rd,
3. Hotel Vandivort - Springfield
Hotel Vandivort was named the best boutique hotel in American in 2016. Located in historic downtown Springfield, this classy hotel has elegant rooms with breathtaking views. Grab dinner and drinks on-site and think of Hotel Vandivort for your next event. Find Hotel Vandivort at 305 E Walnut St, Springfield.
4. Hotel Fredrick - Booneville
Built in 1905, right off the Missouri River, Hotel Fredrick is a historical landmark in Boonveille. Experience old-world charm in their suites decorated with antiques. Have dinner or lunch at Fred's Restaurant and Lounge. Visit the historic Hotel Fredrick at 501 High St, Boonville.
5. Hotel Ignacio - St. Louis
Situated just steps from the Fox Theater and the St. Louis University campus is Hotel Ignacio. Two restaurants are connected to the hotel, Baku Sushi Lounge and Triumph Grill, for your dining needs. Venture out into the lively Grand Arts District that surrounds the hotel. Find the unique Hotel Ignacio at 3411 Olive St, St. Louis.
6. Magnolia Hotel - St. Louis
Magnolia Hotel, in downtown St. Louis, is the epitome of elegance and class. Treat yourself with a stay in one of the larger suites for ultimate relaxation. Magnolia Hotel is a very popular choice for local brides and honeymooners because of the romantic atmosphere and timeless decor. Visit Magnolia Hotel at 421 North 8th St, St. Louis.
7. Moonrise Hotel - St. Louis
If you are looking for a quirky hotel surrounded by restaurants, shopping, and bars, then Moonrise Hotel is calling your name! Have drinks on the roof-top patio or snap pics of the rainbow stairs during your stay. After a busy day exploring the Delmar Loop, unwind in the spacious guest rooms. Find Moonrise Hotel at 6177 Delmar,
8. The Fontaine - Kansas City
The Fontaine offers luxury suites steps from the premier shopping & entertainment district in Kansas City. For a romantic evening, have drinks at the Solarium Lounge after spending the day exploring the Country Club Plaza. The Fontaine is located at 901 W 48th Pl,
9. The Tiger Hotel - Columbia
A short walk from the Univeristy of Missouri campus is the historic Tiger Hotel. This hotel has been the top choice for those visiting Columbia since 1928. Enjoy modern amenities at this 89 year old hotel. Have dinner at Glenn's Cafe then head to the basement for drinks at the Vault. Don't forget dessert at Velvet Cupcake, a sweets shop connected to the hotel lobby. Stay at Tiger Hotel located at 23 S 8th St,
10. Culture Boutique Hotel - Springfield
Culture Boutique Hotel is the newest hotel in this list, and officially opened in August of 2016. Each room at the hotel represents a town from Eurasia like Casablanca, St. Petersburg, or Istanbul. Visit the on-site Eurasia Cafe for amazing coffee, baked goods, soups, sandwiches, and salads. Find Culture Boutique Hotel at 445 East Commercial St,
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