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Great food, great music, and one great getaway await you on your trip to St. Louis, Missouri. There are countless ways to experience St. Louis, but only one best way to get there: with the help of our experts at Venere! When you book with Venere, you'll be able to browse through hundreds of amazing St. Louis hotels, filtering by price, amenities, location, and more. Give us a call to speak to one of our travel assistants who can help make sure that you're getting just the right fit to suit all the needs of your unique trip and travel style. Book online or over the phone hassle-free, and don't forget to check out our thousands of reviews by real Venere users, so you'll know what to expect from your hotel long before check-in. Hop online or give us a call today to start planning your trip to "The Gateway to the West!"

What's St. Louis like?

Missouri's largest metropolis, there's something for everyone in this amazing travel destination. If you're into jazz or blues music, you've come to the right place! Nature lovers, you'll find countless hikes and activities in the great outdoors to enjoy. Foodies will have the getaway of a lifetime with the city's renowned steaks and BBQ tempting tourists from all over the world. Check out hotels near The Gateway Arch to be just steps away from one of the most recognizable structures in the nation. A youthful and energetic city (and also a college town), St. Louis is home to hockey, basketball, football, and more, so sports fans will never have a dull moment. Another bonus for St. Louis visitors is that the city boasts countless free activities (including the famous St. Louis zoo!), so your trip doesn't have to break the bank! Discover accommodations by the St. Louis Art Museum or Science Center to see just the tip of the iceberg of the city's many museums. In the tourism-dense regions, lots of St. Louis hotels are located near to public transit options such as the MetroLink light rail or bus systems. For more thorough exploration you may want to rent a vehicle during your stay.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in St. Louis

St. Louis is a very historically significant city, and may locals have deep roots and pride in their personal histories and connections to the city, some of which go back hundreds of years. In fact, you'll find the nation's largest Ethical Culture Society within this city! So be sure to embark with an open mind, learn as much as you can, and of course ask questions. If you're renting a car to explore the areas beyond where most St. Louis hotels are located, always remember to be on the lookout for other vehicles and especially pedestrians on the busy city roads, and know your route ahead of time as a courtesy to local drivers. Leave yourself extra time to get around if there is a major sports event happening—St. Louis locals take their sports very seriously and traffic will likely be quite congested. And finally, look to the locals on how to dress day-to-day, as the distance from large bodies of water can make the weather in St. Louis very unpredictable!