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Recent St. Louis reviews
"This place was just perfect! We came to stl for a family vacation with our toddler and preschooler. It was beautiful and cozy and stocked with everything we needed, even a pack 'n' play and high chair. We were able to put our baby to sleep in the sun room which worked out just perfect. It was a perfect location...easy to get downtown for city museum and the arch and just as easy to get further out for magic house and six flags. We were able to walk to Kaldi coffee for breakfast one day and Fozzy's for lunch...both great trips!"Guest: jessieb Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 1, 2014View listing
"My husband and our friend stayed here for four nights and it couldn't have been more relaxing. The cottage, two story, has been well designed with attention to details as to what the traveling person could need. Very clean, comfortable beds and the use of a computer/printer if one needed. The food was yummy, fresh (loved the organic eggs!) and healthy. The neighborhood is great for long walks; Forrest Park is close by to walk, run, cycle, and explore. Good restaurants are in walking distance, a grocery store two blocks away, and a great Jacuzzi tub to relax in just off the porch! We have stayed in several rentals and this is by far is one of the best. Thank you both for being great hosts; we had a wonderful stay!"Guest: Valerie B. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014View listing
"This is an amazing home that is in a great location. In the four days that we stayed, we only travelled more than 15 minutes once. The neighborhood is quiet. Home is beautiful and management is helpful and courteous. Would highly recommend."Guest: The Hubb's Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 27, 2014View listing
"This past weekend (6/5 - 6/9), three friends and I rented this cottage for a girl's weekend. I live in St. Louis but they were all from other states (OH, IA, IN). We had a fabulous time! The cottage is just as cute and charming as can be and the owners took obvious care in making sure the place is well stocked and clean for guests. The yard would be terrific for families with small children since it is fenced. The cottage is just one street off of Main Street in St. Charles. We walked there every day to either shop or take advantage of the restaurants in town. We had breakfast two days at the Bike Shop Cafe (love the iced chai lattes and the belgian waffles) and once at Picasso's (the coffee cake was divine). We also had lunch at the Trailhead Brewery (yummy). The cottage is a great central location because it doesn't take long to get anywhere. We went to the City Museum (what a fabulous time! You have to see it to believe it!), the Lafayette Square House Tours, we did a concert in the park, and went to Wentzville to check out the Renaissance Fair. But back to the cottage. What was so nice about the place, is that at night, when we were tired, it was a great place to return "home" to and it did feel like home. We just sat around and had some drinks and played games one night while taking advantage of some of the snacks and sodas that were also stocked. Thanks for the wonderful weekend!"Guest: Melissa Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 12, 2014View listing
St. Louis Travel Tips
Visit the Famous Sites near St. Louis Vacation Rentals
St. Louis's most famous landmark is the impressive steel arch that dominates the city’s skyline. The Gateway Arch and Jefferson National Expansion Museum is St. Louis’s top must-see landmark. Measuring a height of 630 feet, it is America’s tallest man-made monument. You can travel to the top of the arch by tram and browse through the interesting exhibits in the museum.
St. Louis is also famous for its beer. Stop in at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and sample some of the ale. It’s a great way to discover more about the brewing process and get in a pint or two while you are at it. It’s a good idea to visit the brewery later in the afternoon as you may just get stuck there and not get out to see the rest of the city sights.
The legendary Route 66 highway passes through St. Louis. Take a drive and see some of the well known and historic landmarks along the route. Many people like to hire Harley motorcycles or open-top cars so that they can truly enjoy the experience.
There are several top museums worth visiting. The Missouri History Museum has exhibits dating back to the late 1700s, covering the history of the state. The Art Museum has some interesting artworks on display. Information of artists and exhibits can be obtained from the information center. The City Museum is a great place to take the family. Kids of all ages will enjoy the displays and exhibits. The Museum of Transportation shows off historical and vintage steam trains, passenger cars and automobiles. It’s a great place for motoring and engineering enthusiasts to visit.
The Forest Park is made up of 1,300 beautiful acres of parkland with lakes and scenic walkways that are great for exploring. Take a leisurely stroll or pack a picnic basket and relax under the shade of a tree as you watch the kids play on the lawn.
The St. Louis Basilica has the largest mosaic collection in the western hemisphere. These beautiful and ornate works of art are truly unique.
Traveling to St. Louis Vacation Houses
The Lambert St. Louis International Airport is just a short drive from the city center. Commercial flights from most of the North American Airlines fly in and out of this airport. The St. Louis City Airport is closer to the city center and has facilities for smaller charter aircraft and helicopters. An efficient public transport system provides links to the city’s major sights and it is quite effortless to get around. If you want to explore the surrounding area then it may be a good idea to rent a car for a day or two.
Travelers to St. Louis Lodging
St Louis is a lively city with sights and attractions for just about every taste and interest. There is a vibrant nightlife which keeps the younger people entertained and many theaters showcasing the arts. There is no lack of entertainment and the restaurants provide a wide variety of cuisines to choose from. Families can have great fun exploring St. Louis. The many museums, outdoor parks and impressive city sights will ensure that the kids are never bored.
Best time of Year to Visit St. Louis
St. Louis has a relatively moderate climate. Most travelers come to visit in the summer months and the peak holiday season is July through August. These also tend to be the hottest months of the year. The winters are relatively mild with temperatures ranging between 32 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest months are January and February but with the many great indoor attractions, this seldom deters visitors.