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A Guide to Carondelet, St. Louis

On the Banks of Ol’ Man River

The hotels near Carondelet, St. Louis, are more than just a collection of excellent examples of hospitality near another neighborhood in the city.  They are your chance to expand you experience far beyond the norm.  Dive into the past and present of this one of a kind area stretched out along the Mississippi River and see how much more you’ll get to enjoy on your trip.

A Past Worth Exploring

There are no lack of interesting places and beautiful neighborhoods in St. Louis, so you might wonder what makes Carondelet so unique.  Before you spend any time learning about what you’ll find on its streets today, take a trip back in time and discover an area that’s as interesting on its own as any big name location.  Originally founded in 1767, it got its name when the founder wished to butter up the governor general of Louisiana.  Locally, it had many nicknames, most notably Vide Poche for the habit of its residents to help empty visitors’ pockets through games of chance.  It has produced lead, gunboats for the Civil War, and today has a plant that produces 250 million pounds of phosphate a year.

And a Present Full of Adventure

But, a good history can really only take you so far.  What you really want is a good story leading up to an excellent location to discover, and that’s exactly what Carondelet delivers.  Probably the very first place you should visit and spend a good amount of time enjoying is Carondelet Park.  Though not technically located in the neighborhood, it is right on its northwestern border and is a breathtaking display of natural beauty.   Almost directly across from it on the shores of the river is Bellerive Park, offering you a great place to picnic as you look out over the water.  If you are looking to take in some serious local ambiance mixed with a southern charm, walk down Broadway and check out all the bars, restaurants and unique hangouts.  Explore the area further and you’ll find historic buildings, inspiring churches and a community that is happy to make you feel right at home.

Find Your Perfect Place to Stay

The only thing that could make all of this even better is getting a hotel room that is just as unique.  And with the hotels near Carondelet, St. Louis, put that final piece in the puzzle will be both easy and enjoyable.  No matter what kind of trip you are looking to have, there is a choice for you that will not only meet your needs but reflect the area you’re visiting as well.  Live it up on the Mississippi at the River City Casino and Hotel or put more cash in your pocket with an affordable room at the Red Roof Plus  Try out all the local brews with a stay at the Brewer’s House or experience as much history inside as you will outside by calling the Lehmann House your home.  There’s simply no way to go wrong with the hotels near Carondelet, St. Louis.