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Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch

400 Olive St., Saint Louis, Missouri, 63102, USA TEL: +1-314-436-0002 FAX: +1-314-436-4252
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Hilton St. Louis Downtown, MO Hotel - Historic Hotels History of St. Louis

Take advantage of this package and learn about the history of the city and our location during your stay.

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Landmark St. Louis Hotel

Situated in the heart of the city, the historic Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch offers Midwest accommodations in a distinguished setting. Enjoy convenient access to the premier cultural attractions of Missouri, including Busch Stadium, the Gateway Arch, America's Center Convention Complex, and the historical Laclède's Landing.

Formerly the Merchant Laclede National Bank, this Greek Revival landmark boasts 195 sophisticated guest rooms and suites in a variety of styles. Savor award-winning cuisine at the 400 Olive restaurant. Enjoy amenities and services, including a fitness center and oversized whirlpool. Host a meeting in our hotel with 5,000 sq. ft. of meeting space at this St. Louis hotel.

Named after two of its bank tenants, the eight-story Merchants Laclede Building was completed between 1886 and 1888 and remains one of the oldest examples of St. Louis' tall fireproof structures. Located at 4th and Olive, the Merchants Laclede was one of the first office buildings in the country to have individual fireplaces in the offices.

The building was specially designed for the local banks and brokerage firms during the 1880s when St. Louis' economy was booming. Many St. Louis corporations have called the Merchants Laclede Building home including Fleishman-Hillard, Ozark Air Lines and both the Lewis-Rice and Lowenhaupt law firms. In the 50s and 60s the lobby housed shoe shiner Johnny Redmond and Tillie, who sold cigarettes in the lobby. Today, the hotel still contains the original bank vaults from the 1880s.

Experience a unique part of history when you stay at this historic Downtown St. Louis hotel.

  • Located in the heart of St. Louis
  • Originally named Merchants Laclede Building
  • First building to have individual fireplaces in offices
  • Award-winning cuisine