Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Conversion Opens August 24th in the St. Louis Market

USA, St. Louis, Missouri. August 24, 2020

Atira Hotels, a Chicago-based hotel management company is pleased to announce the conversion of the Holiday Inn St. Louis Airport. On August 24th, the hotel, located at 4505 Woodson Rd, will officially be reopening as the 158-room DoubleTree by Hilton St. Louis Airport.

DoubleTree by Hilton is a fast-growing, global portfolio of more than 590 upscale hotels with more than 136,000 rooms across 48 countries. For more than 50 years, DoubleTree by Hilton has continued to be a symbol of comfort for business and leisure travelers around the world, from welcoming guests with its signature warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie, to serving the local community. DoubleTree by Hilton offers contemporary accommodations and amenities, including unique food and beverage experiences, state-of-the-art fitness offerings and meetings and events spaces.

Purchased in September of 2018 by Gateway Arch Hospitality LLC, the property has undergone over $6 million in renovations to complete the conversion, and features multiple onsite food and beverage options; including the Underground Burger Bar, Made Market, in-room dining, and full-service catering for meetings and events.

In addition to the famous DoubleTree warm-cookie welcome, the hotel provides free airport shuttle to St. Louis-Lambert Airport that is located just 1-mile from the property. Features also include 2,868 square feet of meeting space, private fitness suite guest rooms, a beautiful outdoor swimming pool and patio area, and a high-tech permanent boardroom.

Known as the "Gateway to the West," St. Louis offers the exciting attractions of a large city, with the small-town warmth and hospitality that the Mid-West is famous for. With its convenient Airport location, this hotel provides easy access to all the best-loved attractions of this vibrant city while providing the thoughtful and attentive service that lives up to a sincere, Mid-West reputation.


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Jacki Bubis
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Atira Hotels
T: 312-239-0166
E: jbubis@paramountlodging.com
W: http://www.atirahotels.com

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