Best Western St. Louis Inn
6224 Heimos Industrial Park Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63129-6300
Phone: +1 314-416-7639 | Fax: 314/416-7623 | 87 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Welcome to the Best Western® St Louis Inn. Our 100% non-smoking hotel is just minutes from downtown, this St. Louis, Tripadvisor 2014 Certificate of Excellence Hotel is perfectly priced and located near everything you experience while in the ST Louis, MO metro area.
The Best Western® St. Louis Inn is conveniently located just minutes from St. Louis' best and most exciting attractions. Catch a St. Louis Cardinals® game at the Busch Stadium, visit the world-famous St. Louis Gateway Arch, explore shopping and dining in historic downtown St. Louis, take the whole family to the St. Louis Zoo® and the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum, tour the Anheuser Busch Brewery, or just relax and enjoy the many annual festivals or daily attractions at Forest Park. The choice is yours when you stay at this St. Louis Hotel.
Vatterott College® is also nearby, making this St. Louis Best Western perfect for those visiting students or touring campus.
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Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Indoor pool Heated
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary full breakfast
- Stair stepper
- Stationary bike
- 24-hour front desk
- Multilingual staff (English, Spanish)
- Late check out till Noon for free, half day rate later than Noon
- Safe deposit box
- Cable or satellite television
- Business center, 24-hours, free, PC and printer available
- Fax services, Incoming and outgoing faxes are free of charge.
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Meeting facilities
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Parking for the physically challenged
- Ice/vending machines
- Free parking
- Exercise facility open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Outdoor parking
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- Interior corridor
- Guest laundry facility, nominal fee of $2.00 USD
- Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
- Fax machine
- Photocopy machine
- Conference facilities
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Conveniently located, the best western st. louis inn in Saint Louis, Missouri is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 38.462595 / Latitude: -90.370955
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: The north. Take Interstate 55 and Exit Meramec Bottom Road, turn left on Meramec, then turn left on Heimos Industrial. The Best Western St. Louis Inn is on the right.
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We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
With the seating capacity for 46,861 baseball fans, Busch Stadium is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The eastern Missouri facility is home to the MLB's St. Louis Cardinals and is the third St. Louis stadium to carry its name.
Busch Stadium occasionally hosts other types of sporting events, including NCAA football and even English Premier League soccer exhibition games. The facility’s ample seating makes it a go-to venue for big-name concerts – past headliners include Dave Matthews Band, The Eagles, and U2.
The zoo, accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, features over 2,000 animals.
Some of the primarily exhibits at Butterfly House include Butterflies of the World, Small Wonders, and the Conservatory Garden.
Other amenities include the Emerson Lakeside Terrence, available for events, and the Emerson Family Theater.
Established in 1997, City Museum is a museum and funhouse, set in the Washington Avenue Loft District of St. Louis. The museum, found in the former International Show Company building, features three floors of play areas and intriguing architecture built from discarded urban objects.
Named a “great public space” by the Project Public Spaces, this unique museum features a variety of exhibits and attractions, like the Enchanted Caves and Shoe Shaft, MonstroCity, and the Shoelace Factory. Don’t miss the Ferris wheel on the roof for unique view of eastern Missouri.
Constructed in 1995, the Edward Jones Dome is a multi-purpose entertainment venue and most notably the former home of the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. After many renovations and expansions, the dome can now seat 66,000 comfortably and is centrally located in downtown St. Louis in eastern Missouri.
Still the site of many top-flight sporting events, the Edward Jones Dome is a proud part of the America's Center complex and convention center. The dome hosts other types of events as well, including concerts featuring artists like U2 and the Rolling Stones, as well the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Final Four in 2005.
Encompassing over 1,300 acres, Forest Park in St. Louis is a popular civic center and public park featuring a variety of things to do. Many of eastern Missouri’s most prominent attractions can be found in Forest Park, including the Missouri History Museum, Saint Louis Zoo, and Saint Louis Art Museum.
Other attractions found at Forest Park include the Forest Park Golf Course, the historic World’s Fair Pavilion, and the Jewel Box. Don’t miss outdoor adventure in Kennedy Forest and Kennedy Woods, Round and Jefferson Lakes, and the many hiking trails and fishing spots.
Completed in 1937, the Jewel Box is a greenhouse in St. Louis, Missouri’s Forest Park. Also known as the St. Louis Floral Conservatory and the City of St. Louis Floral Display House, the building now acts as a horticultural facility.
The surrounding garden complex draws visitors with its picturesque reflecting pool, which complements the building’s striking Art Deco architecture. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in early 2000, the Jewel Box defies greenhouse convention with its wooden roofs – designed to protect it against the frequent eastern Missouri hailstorms.
Gateway Arch St. Louis
Stretching 630 feet into the air, the Gateway Arch is located on the banks of the Mississippi River in downtown St. Louis. The famous structure has come to serve as the iconic image of the eastern Missouri city.
Called “the Gateway to the West,” the Arch is the tallest man-made monument in the United States – serving as the centerpiece of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
The structure, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the world with a year average of four million people.
Sitting on 281 acres, Grant’s Farm is family-friendly historic attraction located in St. Louis. Originally founded by Ulysses S. Grant and the Busch family, the farm combines history with wildlife and tradition to form a unique eastern Missouri attraction.
Specific attractions at Grant’s Farm include Grant’s Cabin, the Deer Park, the Tier Garten, and the Bauernhof, or farmstead. The farm also hosts a variety of unique live shows and events, along with special holiday events like Halloween Nights and the Elephant Education Show.
Established in 1857, Harris-Stowe State University is located in St. Louis, Missouri. A member-school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the eastern Missouri institution enrolls an average of nearly 1,600 students per year.
The HSSU Hornets don brown and gold as they compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics in sports like baseball, basketball, and soccer. The list of notable HSSU alumni includes Bobby Wilks, the first African-American to carry the rank of Captain in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Found along the Missouri River in Maryland Heights, Hollywood Casino is a one stop for gaming, entertainment, and fun in eastern Missouri. Just a short drive from St. Louis, the Hollywood Casino is a gamer’s paradise, featuring 2,100 slot machines, 60 table games, and the Phat Tai gaming area.
Apart from the gaming, visitors can enjoy entertainment and fine dining, including live shows at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre and juicy steaks at Final Cut. The casino also hosts large events, meetings, weddings, and more at the 10,000 square foot Hollywood event space.
Opened in 1991, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre is large outdoor concert venue located in Maryland Heights in eastern Missouri. The amphitheater, just a short drive from St. Charles, seats roughly 20,000, working with the nearby Hollywood Casino as the primary entertainment venue for casino goers.
The amphitheater has gone through several renovations over the years, helping it host big name artists and events like Lollapalooza, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and Vans Warped Tour. The amphitheater is easily accessible via Interstate 70 and 270.
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
Making its home in St. Louis, the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is dedicated to preserving an integral part of American history.
The eastern Missouri park covers over 90 acres and is home to several notable attractions, including the Old Courthouse, the Museum of Westward Expansion, and the Gateway Arch.
The iconic Gateway Arch, also known as the “Gateway to the West,” features an elevator, taking visitors up over 600 feet to the observation room.
Aside from the Arch, the Old Courthouse and Museum of Westward Expansion each feature their own activities – including exhibits, displays, and artifacts dating back to the Civil War and beyond.
Built in 1966, the Kirkwood Community Center is a multi-purpose building located in Kirkwood in eastern Missouri. Just minutes from St. Louis, the community center features amenities like a theater, ice skating rink, meeting rooms, gymnasium, and more.
Overall, 10 rooms are available for rent at the Kirkland Community Center, including the 8,816 square foot, 386-seat theater.
A must-see hub for culture, Laclede’s Landing is a neighborhood in downtown St. Louis featuring a variety of nightlife, attractions, and restaurants. Eastern Missouri visitors from as far as St. Charles make their way to Laclede’s Landing for the host of events and culture.
Explore Laclede’s Landing and the wealth of attractions, including the nearby Gateway Arch and Royale Dumpe Dinner Theatre, and things to do like Gateway Riverboat Cruises and St. Louis Carriage Company rides. Don’t miss the annual celebrations like Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, and other fun-filled events in St. Louis.
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
Missouri’s busiest and largest airport, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL) serves the St. Louis metropolitan area.
Set in northern St. Louis, STL holds daily flights to over 90 national and international locations, and is a focus city for Southwest Airlines.
STL supports five concourses, four runways, and several major airlines such as Delta, American, Southwest, United, and US Airways.
STL commercial airlines include Frontier, Alaska, Cape, Air Canada, AirTran, and Air Choice One.
Established in 1975, Laumeier Sculpture Park is an open-air art museum located in eastern Missouri near St. Louis. Sitting on over 100 acres, the park features over 50 outdoor sculptures along the 1.4-mile walking trail.
Moreover, the park features an indoor gallery within an 1816 on-site mansion – the former residence of park founds Henry and Matilda Laumeier. Don’t miss the many iconic sculptures – perhaps none more iconic than “The Way.”
Missouri Botanical Garden
Established in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is a National Historic Landmark located in the heart of St. Louis.
The garden is one of first botanical gardens founded in the United States, helping it become named to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
The garden, sitting at 79 acres in size, is an eastern Missouri must-see, housing a variety of attractions and constructs, like the Shaw Nature Reserve and Climatron.
Be sure and explore the collection of scenic, international gardens, and don’t miss the garden’s many cultural festivals held throughout the year.
Founded in 1866, the Missouri History Museum is located in St. Louis’ Forest Park. The museum showcases the history of the Louisiana Purchase, eastern Missouri, and westward expansion with a collection of exhibits housed in the Jefferson Memorial Building.
Be sure and view the “Spirit of St. Louis” replica and the large number of artifacts from the historic Lewis and Clark Expedition. The museum is just a short walk from other Forest Park attractions like the St. Louis Zoo and the St. Louis Art Museum.
Museum of Transportation in St. Louis
Established in 1944, the Museum of Transportation (MOT) commemorates automobiles, locomotives, and other significant, historical modes of transportation native to eastern Missouri and the United States.
The museum is located in the greater St. Louis area. Museum visitors are invited to explore the wealth of exhibits and displays, as well as take a ride on the Miniature Train.
Kids will surely enjoy the Creation Station, while car buffs won’t want to miss the Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Center.
Old Courthouse St. Louis
Originally built in 1864, the Old Courthouse, otherwise known as the Old St. Louis County Courthouse, is a U.S. Historic Landmark and part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
The courthouse is set in downtown St. Louis near the Gateway Arch. This St. Louis Landmark is available for tours, free of admission, and open daily, except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
After your tour, enjoy other nearby eastern Missouri landmarks like Old Cathedral Museum, Kiener Plaza, and Museum of Westward Expansion.
Opened in 1934, the Peabody Opera House is a historic performing arts center located in the heart of St. Louis. Given the venue’s historical significance, the opera house was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have graced the Peabody House over the years, including the Rat Pack, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Carson, and the Rolling Stones. Today, the opera house still hosts some of eastern Missouri’s largest concert and entertainment events.
Located southwest of metro St Louis, Robertsville State Park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. The Meramec River, home to smallmouth bass, crappie and bluegill, provides ample opportunity for those ready to cast a line and watch for the wiggle of the bobble.
The boat launches are great for those ready to boat or canoe in the St. Louis area. Bring your camera to capture the great blue heron and ducks that make their home near the water.
Wear comfortable walking shoes for strolling along the one-mile Spice Bush Trail and keep a lookout for the barred owls and a variety of wildlife. Enjoy a relaxing snack or lunch underneath one of the park picnic shelters for a nice break.
A wonderful 419-acre park, Route 66 State Park is found east of Eureka and southwest of St. Louis. To begin your historical journey of Historic Route 66, stop by the park Visitor Center, housed in a roadhouse dating back to 1935. The park has four trails that are ideal for walking, bicycling, and even horseback riding.
Launch your boat from the park's boat ramp and enjoy an afternoon of boating in the Meramec River and be sure to bring your fishing rod. Whether picnicking or watching the kids play on the playground, being outdoors is a great way to spend the day in the St. Louis area.
Opened in 1984, Saint Louis Galleria is a shopping mall located in Richmond Heights near St. Louis. The mall features the three anchor tenants Dillard’s, Macy’s, and Nordstrom.
Apart from the excellent shopping, St. Louis Galleria visitors can enjoy the variety of dining opportunities, and entertainment at the Galleria 6 Cinemas. The Galleria often hosts retail events, grand openings, and special sales as well.
Established in 1818, Saint Louis University is located in St. Louis, Missouri. Under the motto “Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam” or “To the greater glory of God,” the school enrolls a yearly average of nearly 14,000 students.
The Saint Louis Billikens don blue and white as they compete at the NCAA Division I level sports like soccer, baseball, and tennis. The list of notable Saint Louis alumni includes NASA’s Apollo 13 rescue mission leader Gene Kranz.
With the seating capacity for over 19,000 people, Scottrade Center is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The eastern Missouri facility is home to the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues, and hosts numerous other types of events.
Scottrade Center frequently hosts NCAA events like NCAA Frozen Four Hockey Championships and the NCAA Women’s Final Four Basketball Championships. The arena has also hosted many pivotal WWE matches – The Rock won his first WWE Championship at Scottrade Center in 1998.
Originally constructed for the 1904 World’s Fair, the St. Louis Art Museum is located in Forest Park, in St. Louis. The eastern Missouri attraction boasts over 30,000 works of art – antique and modern – divided into categories like African, Contemporary, Decorative Arts, and Oceanic.
In addition to the world’s largest Max Beckmann collection, the museum also features works by Matisse, Monet, Picasso, and Van Gogh. Guided tours through the museum are available, as are art classes for children, adults, and teachers alike.
Established in 1963, the Saint Louis Science Center is a science museum and planetarium located in Forest Park in St. Louis. The center is home to roughly 750 exhibits throughout the complex, including the Ecology and Environment Gallery, Exploradome, and the Omnimax Movie Theater.
Be sure to visit James A. McDonnell Planetarium and take in one of the dazzling light shows shown throughout the day. Among the host of permanent exhibits, there are a variety of rotating special exhibits and events often taking place at the science center as well.
St. Louis Union Station
First opened in 1892, Union State is a National Historic Landmark located in St. Louis.
Once a bustling train terminal, Union Station has now become a hub for tourism in eastern Missouri.
Union Station visitors are invited to enjoy the variety of fine dining, shopping, and frequent entertainment at the historic landmark.
Everything from summer music series’ at the Hard Rock Café to grub at the Station Grille to iconic views of the Grand Hall – there is much to discover at Union Station.
Home to over 19,000 animals, the Saint Louis Zoo is located in St. Louis, Missouri’s Forest Park. Considered a leader in animal management, research, conservation, and education, the eastern Missouri zoo is affiliated with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Visitors to the zoo have a chance to view over 655 animal species. Families with small children will make sure to take in the Charles H. Yalem Children’s Zoo, while guests of all ages ride on the Zooline Railroad, which circles the park and stops at the most popular attractions.
Opened in 1979, the Magic House is an eastern Missouri hands-on children’s museum and discovery center located in St. Louis. The kids will likely enjoy learning with playful, fun-filled exhibits like the Art and Make-It Workshop, Math Path, and Kids’ Construction Zone.
Moreover, the Magic House often hosts insightful, yet fun special events, like holiday themed get-togethers, Free Family Nights, and weekly art programs. Rent out the museum for private parties and events, and don’t forget to visit the Museum Shop for souvenirs.
Founded in 1917, the Muny, otherwise known as the Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis, is an outdoor performance amphitheater found in St. Louis’ Forest Park. Seating 11,000 show goers, the Muny is a top cultural attraction in eastern Missouri.
The Musy hosts a variety of historic musicals and plays throughout the summer, with past performances including “Grease,” “Les Misérables,” “Chicago,” and more. The Muny’s show season generally runs from mid June through mid August.
Located just a few miles outside of downtown St. Louis, the Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site preserves the home of President Grant during his military career. The eastern Missouri site houses five historic structures in total, encompassing over nine acres of must-see attractions.
The site is also known as “White Haven,” and was the childhood home to Grant’s wife, Julia Dent. Things to do at the site include watching the 16-minute introductory film, stroll around the nine-acre property, visit the interpretive museum found in the stable, and more.
Established in 1963, the University of Missouri-St. Louis is located in St. Louis, Missouri. Under the motto “Salus Populi,” or “The Welfare of the People,” the eastern Missouri institution enrolls a yearly average of more than 16,800 students.
The UMSL Tritons don red and yellow as they compete at the NCAA Division II level in sports like soccer and basketball. The long list of notable UMSL alumni includes Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Knoedelseder.
Washington University in St. Louis
Founded in 1853, Washington University in St. Louis is located in the suburbs of St. Louis, Missouri. Under the motto “Per veritatem vis” or “Strength through truth,” the eastern Missouri institution enrolls an average of over 14,000 students per year.
Ranked 30th in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities, the university is set upon a picturesque campus featuring landmarks like Brookings Hall and Graham Chapel. The WUSTL Bears' 17 varsity athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division III level as part of the University Athletic Association.
Established in 1915, Webster University is a private four-year institution located in Webster Groves in eastern Missouri. The main campus sits on 47 acres, enrolling roughly 22,000 students just outside of St. Louis.
The college is known for its chess team, having won multiple national, world, and state champions ions as a Division 1 College Chess member. The Webster Gorloks are comprised of 14 varsity teams, competing in the NCAA Division III St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Opened in 1969, the West County Center is a large indoor shopping mall located in the St. Louis suburb of Des Peres. The mall sits on over 1.2 million acres, features four anchor tenants, including Macy’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Take your pick from the variety of retail at West County, offering apparel, healthy and beauty, home furnishings, electronics, and more. It’s not all retail therapy, though. Visitors also enjoy movies, special events, and sales as well.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 15 mile(s) from Anheuser Busch Brewery
- 15 mile(s) from Forest Park
- 15 mile(s) from St Louis Park
- 16 mile(s) from The Mark Twain Museum
- 15 mile(s) from The Muny Auditorium
- 20 mile(s) from Gateway Arch
- 20 mile(s) from City Museum, children's play museum
- 20 mile(s) from Union Station
- 20 mile(s) from WB Studios
- 20 mile(s) from President Casino
- 20 mile(s) from Ways of Lights, The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows (late November through early January) a breathtaking display of over one million lights to celebrate the holiday season.
- 25 mile(s) from Raging Rivers, 20 acre water park
- 25 mile(s) from Six Flags® St. Louis, amusment and water park
- 3 mile(s) from South County Mall
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- 15 mile(s) from Magic House, science exploring for preschool age children
- 15 mile(s) from Swing-A-Round Fun Town
- 15 mile(s) from Steinberg Ice Rink
- 17 mile(s) from Fast Lane, Two indoor showrooms with an outdoor display lot displaying muscle cars, classic cars, hot rods, and corvettes, a full service center,& two levels of gift shop
- Across the street from Cracker Barrel, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, home style dining services. Breakfast available all day
- 1 mile(s) from Fraileys Southtown Grill, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, steaks, burgers, pizza, and sandwiches
- 1 mile(s) from Rich and Charlie's, Full Service, steakhouse, Open for: lunch, dinner, steak, chicken, pasta, and salads
- 1 mile(s) from Krieger's Pub and Grill, Pub, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, happy hour, family dining, sports bar
- 1 mile(s) from Tucker's Place, Full Service, steakhouse, Open for: lunch, dinner
- 1 mile(s) from The Pasta House Company, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner, pasta, toasted ravioli
- 1 mile(s) from O'Learys Restaurant, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, steaks, pasta, and appetizers
- 1 mile(s) from Hometown Buffet, Buffet, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, home style dishes
- 1 mile(s) from Bambino's Italian Restaurant, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner, traditional
- 1 mile(s) from Olive Garden Restaurant, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner
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