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Magnolia St. Louis, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, was originally built in 1924 as the Mayfair Hotel by Charles Heiss and shines brightly as the crown jewel of downtown hospitality and sophistication. It is the site of many historical firsts, including the first female general manager in St. Louis and the birthplace of “chocolates on a pillow” by cinematic icon, Cary Grant. Here, each of our 182 guest rooms, including the lavish Cary Grant and Presidential Suites, provide one of downtown St. Louis’s only boutique experiences.

Throughout your stay in the heart of the city, you’ll discover pure hospitality centrally located near all of St. Louis’s major corporate headquarters and within walking distance to America’s Center Convention Complex, Busch Stadium, restaurants, bars and the renowned Gateway Arch. As an added convenience, we have proudly partnered with Starwood Hotels. This partnership allows you to experience the independence of Magnolia while enjoying elite benefits such as Free Night Awards without blackout dates and VIP access to sporting events, culinary endeavors, concerts and more with SPG® Moments℠. Not yet a Starwood Preferred Guest? Sign up now.



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Located in the center of everywhere you want to be in St. Louis, learn about favorite local destinations, travel tips and more below.

Cultural Activities
The home of the famed Gateway Arch, St. Louis has a rich cultural history centered around music and visual art. Many of America’s jazz greats have played here, including Missouri natives Miles Davis and Charlie Parker.
Wedding Photo Spots
Photography is one of the most important aspects of a wedding. Couples spend an average of $2,099 on their wedding photographer, according to Brides magazine, and around 60% take engagement photos. It’s even become trendy to hand out disposable cameras at the reception to capture every moment – as if guests didn’t already have their smartphones in hand!
Best BBQ in St. Louis

The Best BBQ in St. Louis

October 26th, 2017
Barbecuing is an art. Don’t believe us? There are BBQ TV shows and hundreds of cookbooks. There’s even a nationwide BBQ organization that hosts competitions where pro and amateur pitmasters compete in teams, with winning BBQers taking home thousands of dollars in cash prizes.
St. Louis City Museum
Say the word “museum” to a child and she’s likely to either light up with excitement or cringe in fear of boring history lessons and old-fashioned art. While there are still plenty of traditional museums – think instructional plaques, tour guides/docents and velvet ropes around exhibits – many of today’s museums are designed for interactivity.
Botanical Garden
Did you know that St. Louis is home to one of the oldest public gardens in America? Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is a National Historic Landmark – not to mention one of the prettiest places in city limits. It’s also the second-highest rated area attraction on travel website, which recently awarded the nearby Magnolia Hotel St. Louis its annual Certificate of Excellence.
Baseball Town
St. Louis, Missouri sits in the heart of the Midwest, a city with 79 diverse...