The Ritz Carlton, St. Louis Hotel

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I had a nice visit to the Ritz-Carlton St Louis on a recent business trip. This tier 1 property in the Ritz Carlton program only requires 30,000 points for a 1 night stay. But the rate was even better for this mid-week stay at just around $200 a night.

At check-in my Platinum status was recognized and I was offered a corner suite. The room was spacious. It had a separate living room and bedroom.

Ritz Carlton St Louis Living Room

The bedroom had two double doors separating it from the living room.

Ritz Carlton St Louis Master Bedroom

The bathroom was decked out in marble from top to bottom. In general it was a fantastic room for a mid-week business trip.


Bottom Line

A quick one-night stay was just perfect at the Ritz Carlton St Louis. Having arrived late at night and departing early in the morning, this was a great place to stay for the purpose of the trip. I’ll definitely return to the Ritz Carlton next time I’m in St Louis, especially with a low


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