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Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis - Sets the Standard
Once known as the gateway to adventure, the city of St. Louis embodies the entrepreneurial spirit of the Midwest. The keystone of a new million-dollar entertainment complex, Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is the new gold standard, offering business and leisure travellers alike warm, caring service, exceptional dining and genuine hospitality.

“We are excited to bring a hotel to St. Louis that introduces a new level of sophistication and service to the region,” said Thierry Kennel, general manager, Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. “From fine dining in the Hotel’s signature restaurant to relaxing by the heated pool, guests will have the pleasures of a destination resort in bustling, downtown St. Louis.”

Guest Rooms

Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis has 200 guest rooms, all carefully crafted to mirror a contemporary residential setting. Rooms range from 491 sq ft to 722 sq ft, and all have a bright and airy décor, accented with a neutral colour palette and the incorporation of light woods. Floor to ceiling windows have sweeping views of the city’s famed Gateway Arch and the Mississippi River.

Floor to ceiling windows offer sweeping views St. Louis' famed Gateway Arch and the Mississipi River
Fourteen one- or two- bedroom suites are also available for guests seeking a more spacious option (1,002 - 2,170 square feet). For those wanting the ultimate in accommodations, the 19th floor, one-bedroom Presidential Suite features a comfortable living area, a spacious dining room with seating for six, an adjoining pantry and large master bedroom.

A Dining Experience Above all Others

Food lovers from around the region will relish Cielo, named for the Italian word meaning sky. Perched eight stories above the St. Louis skyline, this modern Italian eatery showcases the finest regional ingredients and artisanal products, including handmade pastas, breads, and farm-fresh cheeses. The flavour-rich cuisine is paired with an extensive wine list that emphasizes selections from both Italy and California. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Cielo can accommodate 74 diners inside and 28 on the outdoor terrace.

The Ceilo Bar is the wonderful choice for guests looking for a casual dining experience or a rendezvous spot. Perfect as the starting point for a special evening or main venue for a light dinner, the tapas-style menu can be enjoyed at one of the 64 seats inside or 20 seats on the outdoor terrace.

Complete Retreat

A 12,000 square foot sanctuary, The Spa will help Hotel guests and locals achieve a sense of well-being and serenity. Treatments fuse ancient Ayurvedic principles with modern techniques to harmonize the mind, body and spirit.

With twelve treatment rooms including a heat experiential room and couples’ suite, relaxation lounges, indoor water features, and steam rooms, The Spa is a destination in its own right. A special menu from Cielo featuring healthy options is available exclusively to spa goers. During the summer, those staying in the Hotel can request pool-side spa treatments to enhance relaxation from the comfort of their chaise longues.

For guests seeking a heart-pumping workout, the 5,500 sq ft Fitness Centre offers a full range of equipment. Personal trainers can assist with the state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight training equipment. A limited number of annual memberships are available and include amenities such as access to the Hotel pool, complimentary valet parking, and spa treatments.

Perfect Settings

Whether planning a dream wedding or an intimate corporate gathering, Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis offers event spaces that are flexible enough to accommodate groups of any size. With at total of 17,600 sq ft and rooms ranging from a 525 sq ft private meeting room to the 7,300 sq ft Grand Ballroom, groups as large as 900 can be accommodated. All function rooms contain the latest technological equipment.

Where the Action Is

Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is a vital part of the $507 million, 20 acre Lumière Place development in downtown St. Louis. The December opening of the project’s 75,000 square foot, upscale casino was the first step in revitalizing the area, while additional amenities such as the casino’s seven restaurants (including Burger Bar St. Louis and SLeeK by celebrity chef Hubert Keller), retail shopping, and a planned residential component have redefined this district as the new 24-hour entertainment destination.
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