February 2015

New Airport Hotel Takes Off in St. Louis


Groups flying into St. Louis will have a new option for lodging and meeting with the launch of the Ramada St. Louis Airport.

The new 197-room property is located at the St. Louis Airport and puts guests near St. Louis attractions such as the St. Louis Zoo, the Gateway Arch, the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and Washington University in St. Louis. Corporations like Boeing, Express Scripts, IBM and FlightSafety International are also nearby.

The hotel offers an indoor heated pool, a business center, a fitness center and 2,326 square feet of event space. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi access, 24-hour shuttle service and continental breakfast.

The newly opened hotel participates in Wyndham Rewards, the free-to-join guest loyalty program of Wyndham Hotel Group, which offers members guaranteed rewards after one qualified stay.

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