Close to recreation at the Missouri Botanical Garden and Six Flags St. Louis, the Econo Lodge Southwest is comfortable for traveling families and business travelers. Free coffee and a hot breakfast are served daily....
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Missouri Botanical Garden

Missouri Botanical Garden

Traveling to St. Louis is exciting with loads of recreation and must-see attractions available. Be sure you don’t miss out on the Missouri Botanical Garden while you are in town. The gardens are meticulously maintained and offer you a unique option in terms or recreation. Book hotels near Missouri Botanical Garden and be very close to this attraction.

The gardens feature revolving events and exhibits. The Chinese lantern event is a spectacular event to attend if you happen to be traveling in the fall of the year. In May, the gardens host a Spring Evening event. You can sample over 100 international and domestic wines and hors d’oeuvres. June through July features free admission after 5 p.m. and an outdoor concert series. February through March features the signature Orchid Show. You can see over 800 exotic and tropical displays in winter bloom. Events are featured throughout the year, so no matter when you travel, you will enjoy a wonderful event.

Don’t forget to see the butterfly exhibit with many different species in their natural habitat. Classes are offered for those traveling with children. You and your family can learn firsthand about the many species and their lifespan.

Things to Remember at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Admission to the Missouri Botanical Garden is reasonable and free for children ages 3 to 12. There are rules as to ones conduct when visiting though. The administration asks that you stick to the paved pathways and not walk on the grass. Photography is allowed but only for personal use. Outside food is not allowed. The gardens have designated food areas with cafes if you need a snack or want to take time out for lunch while you are touring the gardens.

The Best Places to Stay

The hotels near the Missouri Botanical Garden are ideal for traveling families and business travel. You can count on a free hot breakfast to start your day, particularly when you stay at the Hotel Avyan, the Holiday Inn Express St. Louis-Central West End, and the Econo Lodge Southwest hotels.

Business travelers in particular, will love the close proximity to Downtown St. Louis that Hotel Avyan provides. High-speed Wi-Fi and the business center offer corporate travelers a comfortable place to think and work remotely. Similarly, the Holiday Inn St. Louis-Central West End is close to downtown and offers guest the signature Holiday Inn amenities and comfortable accommodations.

The Econo Lodge Southwest is pet-friendly, yet it still caters to business travel. You have a well- equipped business center and free Internet to keep you connected to your work emails. This hotel in particular is a budget-friendly option for families where parents want to get a little work done while they vacation.

Whichever hotel best fits your needs, you can count on a downtown location near loads or recreation when you stay in hotels near Missouri Botanical Garden.

Getting Here and There

A rental car is most helpful on this trip to St. Louis. Parking is free at your hotel and reasonable when you are out. Recreation is only a short driving distance from your hotel. Depending on your business needs and recreation choices, the public transportation is definitely an option when you are staying so close to downtown. The public bus and metro system have reasonable fares and the convenient daytime hours of operation.