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Saint Louis Luxury Hotels offers you a premium selection of the premier 5 Star Saint Louis Hotels and 4 Star Saint Louis Hotels. Choose from 8 of the most luxurious accomodations in the city also known as the Gateway to the West. We have hand selected each property to provide you with assurance that our collection of Luxury Hotels in Saint Louis MO will meet the demands of the most discriminating traveler.

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Saint Louis Gateway to the West

St. Louis is an independent city in Missouri and is nicknamed as the "Gateway to the West". This city became more popular worldwide for its hosting of events like the 1904 World's Fair and 1904 Olympic Games, both of which was the first of its kind to be held. There are a wealth of attractions, top places and destinations to explore in this city for the tourists from across the world. The museums itself are numerous and offer a tourist with lots of options to choose from. The St. Louis Art Museum, in the Forest Park houses an impressive collection of modern art and ancient artifacts. There are also an extensive collection of master works of many centuries which a visitor can find interesting. The City Museum, on the other hand, offers many interesting exhibits, which includes lots of large faux caves along with a huge outdoor playground. The place is also a meeting place for St. Louis's young arts scene. Tourists can visit many of the historic buildings and museums on staying on one of the Saint Louis luxury hotels or Saint Louis four star hotels .

The Forest Park is the site of the 1904 World's Fair, the Summer Olympic and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. This park is also known as one of the largest urban parks in the world. The Summer Olympics is the first Olympic Games which were held in North America. The city operates around 105 parks which are also an interesting destination to explore for the tourists on their stay in Saint Louis 5 star hotel. The locals come here to meet and relax whilst children visit the park mostly to play at the playground, picnic and play sports like baseball games, tennis and such games. Some of the tourists can visit the Missouri Botanical Garden which is also called as the Shaw's Garden and is one of the leading botanical research centers in the world. There are a collection of trees, shrubs and many flowering plants. The Japanese Garden itself comprises of gravel designs along with a lake filled with a koi. Other than that, many can opt to walk at the Tower Grove Park which is one of the oldest walking parks in the United States. This park even hosts an annual outdoor concert which is free for all.

Saint Louis is subject to both hot and humid tropical air and cold Arctic air from the Gulf of Mexico. The city has four seasons, with spring being the wettest season producing erratic severe climatic conditions that ranges from winter storms to tornadoes. The summer season is hot and humid with occasional cases of rise in the temperature. Fall is rather mild and can produce irregular heavy rainfall and first snowfall forming in late November. The winters are cold with occasional snowfall and freezing temperature. The winter storm may bring with it heavy freezing rainfall, snowfall and ice pellets. The winter season which is from December through the month of February is considered as the driest season and spring is from the months of March to May. The city witnesses thunderstorms almost 48 days each year on an average. The spring time is more prone to these natural calamities and can be severe, with large hail, high winds and tornadoes.

The city of Saint Louis contributed a lot to the musical styles of jazz, ragtime and blues. The city is known for many of its 19th century breweries shaped beer in the United States, like Falstaff Brewing Corporation, the Lemp Brewery and Anheuser-Busch. The city is more renowned for its architectural work buildings too. The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, designed by the Pritzker Prize winning architect, Tadao Ando is worth visiting. The Eugene Field House dedicated to the distinguished children's author, the Missouri History Museum with its extensive programs and exhibits offer tourists to explore more of the museums. There are also many historic buildings which tourists can make a point to visit like the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis and the Basilica of St. Louis King of France being the oldest Roman Catholic cathedral to the west side of the Mississippi River. The St. Francis de Sales Oratory is another noteworthy historic building and a neo Gothic church built in 1908. This is the largest church in this city along with the Cathedral Basilica.