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Grand Center Inn

+1 314-533-0771

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Historic opulence at Grand Center Inn in the heart of St. Louis’ arts and entertainment district

What Do the Rooms Include?

Set in a refurbished Italianate mansion, the rooms at Grand Center Inn have been restored to the grandeur of their 19th-Century heyday while being updated to modern-day comfort. There is a selection of different suites with varying features including clawfoot tubs, fireplaces and flat screen TVs. The Sheldon and Contemporary suites both include a private kitchen.

Grand Center Inn is within steps of St. Louis’ major performance and art venues, and some rooms have views of the galleries and theatres. The rooms vary considerably so check the description carefully to understand what your room includes.

What Amenities are Available?

Wi-fi is available throughout Grand Center Inn and there is a dedicated study area for conducting business. Breakfast is served daily and only uses fresh, seasonal ingredients. If you’d like to host a private party during your stay, two dining rooms can each accommodate 20-30 guests. The guesthouse is also well-suited to hosting events and has landscaped gardens perfect for taking the event outside.

What are the Rates Like?

Rooms range from $135 to more than $345 for the most opulent of the suites on offer. These prices are comparable to other hotels in St. Louis, but few others offer such unique historic interest. It is worth noting that most of St. Louis’ hotels are located in the downtown area, three miles from Grand Center Inn.  While the guesthouse is perfectly located for the arts and entertainment venues of the city, it is not in the main tourist district.

Can I park at Grand Center Inn?

Free parking is available on the street in front of the property and on a gated drive.

What’s the Bottom Line? 

A stay at Grand Center Inn provides you with a taste of history in the heart of St. Louis’s arts and entertainment district. You’ll be able to say that you stayed at a house that was originally owned by Elizabeth Meriwether, a leader in the women's suffrage movement and the first woman to cast a vote in the state of Tennessee.

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