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Why Stay At The Cheshire
This historic hotel in Richmond Heights, St. Louis, has plenty of British charm.
Proper English charm may be unexpected in St. Louis, but the Cheshire delivers it in spades. It's the property's history that gives it such a strong British sensibility: the original owner modeled the hotel after a London cheese shop, furnishing the wood-beamed spaces—each named for a well-known British author, poet, or playwright—with vintage artwork and stained-glass windows. Downstairs, the hotel's Fox and Hounds Tavern serves scotch and Irish-made whiskey and traditional bangers and mash, but just step outside and you're squarely in St. Louis, within walking distance of Forest Park, one of the country's largest public green spaces.
Looking to explore the Richmond Heights neighborhood? Grab a complimentary bike rental from the Cheshire concierge.
The hotel's Fox & Hounds bar is an eclectic gathering spot with a London-pub atmosphere. The best seat in the house is in an oversize chair next to the fireplace.
Arrive at Lambert St. Louis International Airport (STL) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 to 30 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.6300 Clayton Road, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa Treatments
- Business Center
- Business Services
- Fitness Center
- Bike Rentals
- Kids' Amenities
- Kids' Activities
- Complimentary Internet
- 37" flat-screen TVs
- Pillow-top Beds
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Complimentary Chocolates
- British Tea Service
- 3-person max occupancy in the Superior King and Mini-Suite King
- 4-person max occupancy in the Superior Pool View Two Queens
- Euro-continental breakfast
- Access to fitness center
- Garage parking
Why We Love St. Louis
St. Louis is well known for its Gateway Arch and plenty of outdoor cultural events, many of which take place in the 1,200-acre Forest Park, 500 acres larger than Manhattan's Central Park.
Core of Discovery.
Outdoor Excursion: Forest Park's Beginner Bird Walks are held the first Saturday of every month. The park is also home to 1,200 acres of nature trails, tennis courts, and fishing lagoons.
5595 Grand Dr.
Where to Eat: Famous for its signature Toasted Ravioli, Charlie Gitto's has been serving classic Italian American dishes since 1974. Located near Busch Stadium, it's also a great place to stop for dinner before catching a game.
207 North 6th Street.
Dinner for two from $50.
Where to Drink: Dogtown, St. Louis's Irish neighborhood, is filled with popular pubs. Pat's Bar and Pub, founded in 1942, is the best place for a Guinness or Harp.
6400 Oakland Ave.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
Through May 28, 2012
STAR TREK: The Exhibition
See costumes, models, and props from the "Star Trek" television and movie series. Saint Louis Science Center.
May 30-July 25, 2012
Missouri Botanical Garden Whitaker Music Festival
This free outdoor summer festival includes performances by vocalist and guitarist Vince Martin and jazz saxophonist Hamiet Bluiett. Bring a picnic.
Missouri Botanical Garden, Outdoor Cohen Amphitheater.
September 7-9, 2012
19th Annual Saint Louis Art Fair
The St. Louis arts scene heads to Downtown Clayton for workshops and more.
Downtown Clayton, Missouri.
September 14-15, 2012
Great Forest Park Balloon Glow and Balloon Race
Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, the balloon festival features a "hounds and hare" style balloon race.
Central Field in Forest Park.