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Towneplace Suites By Marriott St Charles - St. Charles Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Towneplace Suites By Marriott St Charles

1800 Zumbehl Rd, St. Charles - Map
 
 
"Very pleasant experience"
This was a great experience. The bed was very comfortable with nice fresh smelling fluffy pillows. The Kitchenette was better than I expected, supplied with everything we needed. The "grab and go" breakfast supplied our basic breakfast needs. The room had an upgraded feel without the price, even down to a shower curtain that bowed out to give more elbow room, nice towels and a desk for work. The only downside was the room had a strange mildew like odor that was only apparent when you first entered the room but was forgotten fairly quickly.
Dee from Colorado Springs, CO, USA
Situated in St. Charles, this hotel is close to Lindenwood University, Family Arena, and First Missouri State Capitol …More
Fairfield by Marriott St Charles - St. Charles Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Fairfield by Marriott St Charles

801 Veterans Memorial Parkway, St. Charles - Map
 
 
"Great hotel"
I was there for an event that was held at the nearby convention center. The hotel was going under construction but was well managed in spite of the on-going renovation. The staff was very nice, and the complimentary breakfast was great.
Nguyen from Memphis, TN
Situated in St. Charles, this hotel is close to Lindenwood University, First Missouri State Capitol Historic Site, and Family …More

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    St. Charles sits at one end of the 225-mile Katy Trail State Park bicycling and hiking trail. Founded in 1765, Daniel Boone was an early resident, and Lewis and Clark trained here before heading west on the Missouri River in 1804. Today, the town features a restored historic main street, Missouri’s original capitol building, and well-attended Civil War, Christmas, and music festivals.

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