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Pack up your bag and forget your concerns to jumpstart your stress-free vacation. Seeking an extravagant spa hotel that nestles you in the lap of luxury? We got you covered. Would you prefer to rest in a soothing secluded spa hotel? No problem. In fact, this area is so popular that it saw a large increase of travelers that are making it their ultimate spot to unwind. Looking for a spa hotel to relax throughout the day, and which also has huge amount of options for a lively night out? Fortunately for you, St. Louis
There is no need to worry about securing a great hotel. St. Louis has tons of options to appease most any preference or budget. Decompress and stretch out for a bit. After that you can make your first appointment to indulge yourself at a nearby spa. After you've indulged yourself by enjoying a therapeutic massage, decompressing in the sauna, or taking it easy by the pool, you can spend the night checking out all The Gateway to the Westhas to offer. You may find it easier to relax knowing that you have chosen a spot that little tourist know about. After having such an easy-going night, you might be reluctant to tell others about your latest secret vacation destination. With so many eateries, bars, night clubs, and other entertaining options, you'll discover why this area is an an attraction for both locals and travelers that are looking for some excitement when the sun sets. Wherever you end up, just make sure to hang loose. Your spa weekend shouldn't be anything but super relaxing.
Providing plenty of quiet retreats and and serene surroundings, it's clear why an increasing number of people are choosing The Gateway to the Westas their stress-free spa holiday sanctuary.
St. Louis has distinct seasons, so you can expect hot temperatures in the summer with the average temperature in July reaching 80 degrees. Winters are chilly with average temperatures in January just below the freezing mark. If you enjoy winter sports, you can find a St. Louis ski resort that offers great slopes for skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. If you want to visit St. Louis when the weather is most pleasant and there are lots of festivals and other fun events going on, April and May are ideal. This is the perfect time to see the amazing variety of blooming flowers at the Missouri Botanical Garden. You can also enjoy pleasant temperatures and some exciting events, such as the Big Muddy Blues Festival and the Great Forest Park Balloon Race in early fall.
There are many exciting things to see in the St. Louis area. The Gateway Arch rises majestically above downtown and attracts millions of visitors every year. You can either admire it from the ground or take a tram up to the top where you will have a great view of the city. Another destination that the whole family will enjoy is the City Museum, a unique museum that specializes in architectural pieces and re-purposed industrial objects. St. Louis also boats one of the largest zoos in the United States, with free admission. The St. Louis Zoo, which is located in Forest Park, has more than 18,000 animals, a Discovery Corner with a fantastic children’s zoo, and a very popular, climate-controlled section that houses penguins and puffins. You will also have no shortage of places to dine when you’re in St. Louis. This city is well known for its steakhouses and traditional American cuisine.
There are many types of resorts in St. Louis whether you are looking for something cheap or you prefer the luxury of a 5-star resort. One option worth considering is an all-inclusive resort where your meals and amenities, including spa sessions, are included for one price. If you prefer to be outside of the city itself, you can search for resorts near St. Louis. Some nearby attractions include the St. Francois Mountains of the Ozarks, which is a scenic area where you can either stay or enjoy a day trip from St. Louis. Expedia.com can help you locate the perfect hotel or resort that will provide you with everything you need for your St. Louis trip.
St. Louis has long been a port city, due to its location on the western bank of the Mississippi River. A smaller river, the Meramec River, is on the southern boundary of the city. Across the Mississippi is Cahokia, Illinois, home of one of the largest archaeological sites in North America. You can get excellent views of the site, as well as the St. Louis skyline, from the top of Monk's Mound, the tallest pyramid north of Mesoamerica.
There are many reasons to visit St. Louis, whether you want to ride on a riverboat on the Mississippi, check out some art museums, or watch the St. Louis Cardinals play at Busch Stadium. Visit Expedia.com today to find cheap flights to St. Louis, book a car rental, and secure great deals on resorts.