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We loved getting to stay somewhere that was pretty much rich in the middle of everywhere we wanted to go and see, but avoid the mass traffic of the city. This was our second time to St. Louis together and we definitely can't wait to make it back out to The Cheshire. It was everything we were looking for in a hotel. Plus the continental breakfast may have been small, but the quality made up for the quantity by far.
A favorite haunt
The Cheshire is a quirky British castle and authors based 'Lodge". Each room is named for an author and has a copy of one of the writer's works with a bio bookmark for each guest. (I have, over the years, enjoyed Auden & Isherwood, and now Laurence Sterne.) The windows on each floor and in each room are leaded pale colored diamonds. The reception area boasts heavy wooden furniture, a bear, and "Oriental" rugs over tile. The front desk and bar staff are superb! Nice pleasant people. The pool area is inviting even in non-swim weather, with standing heaters and a firepit. Too much fun, and reasonably quiet for a full hotel.
Guest with relatives in lounge area espousing ethnic and religious prejudices (?!) loud enough for others, including me, at separate tables to show surprise. Not a common experience at The Lodge!
Fun and charming theme, great location, and excellent staff!
Noisy AC which had to be reset to work dirty shower walls, musty smell. Modest breakfast, but fresh and delicious. Accommodating staff and unparalleled decor. Overall, too expensive.
Found in colorful St. Louis, Missouri, The Cheshire is a boutique hotel offering luxurious accommodations and a convenient location to the most sought-after activities in downtown St. Louis. The hotel is perfect for couples, families with kids and pets, or folks visiting on business.
The Cheshire offers guests a range of accommodations that make them feel comfy, welcome, and right at home. Visitors can wake up to enjoy complimentary breakfast, as well as tea and coffee service around the clock. In every room, there's high-speed WiFi, chocolates, luxurious bath products, a flat screen television, bottled water, a Keurig coffee machine, and a special book written by an author the room is named after. Dry cleaning services and room service is available too for anyone who books a room.
For families, The Cheshire has the Royal Kids Welcome program that keeps little ones occupied and having fun. Kids are invited to join in on a hotel-wide treasure hunt to discover Captain Burnaby's treasure. Little ones can also enjoy a Royal Kids Club backpack, packed with goodies, coloring sheets and crayons, an outdoor swimming pool, Forest Park activities, discounts to the St. Louis Zoo and Science Center, and more. For families traveling with fur babies, there's the Noble Pets Program, which provides food and water bowls so you don't have to pack them, custom dog beds, and more.
For guests who want to grab a bite, brew, or cocktail without traveling far, there's many restaurants on-site: American eatery, Boundary and Italian gastropub, Basso. There's a Starbucks located inside of the hotel for an afternoon pick-me-up. For visitors who want to grab a meal outside of the hotel, there's a charming, British-inspired pub, Fox & Hounds Tavern.
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The Cheshire is located at 6300 Clayton Road, 9,5 km from the centre of St. Louis. Saint Louis Art Museum is the closest landmark to The Cheshire.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Cheshire.
Yes, The Cheshire offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Cheshire does not offer free parking.
No, The Cheshire does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Cheshire is 14,2 km from Lambert-St Louis. The Cheshire is 44,1 km from Belleville.
Yes, The Cheshire is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Cheshire has a pool on-site.