Area Attractions

Only a few minutes walk from many of the city’s lively neighborhoods, museums, fine dining, and historical sites like National Blues Museum and the Arch. Stay steps from the iconic City Museum and other downtown St. Louis entertaining hubs, or wander upon trendy places like Grand Center Arts District, Soulard, and more.

The Last Hotel

1501 Washington Avenue
St Louis, Missouri, United States, 63103



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Popular Attractions

Gateway Arch

The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot monument in St. Louis. Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a weighted catenary arch, it is the world's tallest arch, the tallest man-made monument at 63 stories high in the Western Hemisphere

America’s Center Convention Complex

The America’s Center Convention Complex is home to four distinct meeting facilities with 502,000 square-feet of prime exhibit space under one roof: Cervantes Convention Center, The Dome at America’s Center, the St. Louis Executive Conference Center and the Ferrara Theatre.

St Louis University

Founded in 1818, Saint Louis University is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious Catholic universities. SLU, which also has a campus in Madrid, Spain, is recognized for world-class academics, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service.

Food + Drink

Lucas Park Grille

Two Blocks
The ambience of the 25 foot loft-style ceilings, three dining room fireplaces and creative use in elements of stone, copper and brick provide an unparalleled experience. With styles ranging from a casually elegant café to a farm candlelit experience and including several exclusive lounge areas, Lucas Park Grille is suitable for any occasion.

Blood & Sand

Two Blocks
Now open to the public, a nationally recognized restaurant, cocktail and wine club with benefit rich memberships available upon request. People from around the world enjoy our ever changing cuisine celebrating global flavors and our passion for excellence. It's "everything you never knew you loved".

The Fountain On Locust

Named one of the top ten best restaurants in the State, Best Ice Cream Parlor and best Grilled Cheese in MO. Voted Best Restaurant to Impress Out-of-Towners. Home of The Ice Cream Martini, w/ fresh-made food, fine ice creams/cocktails, in art deco interior

Flannery’s Irish Pub

Located near the hotel, this Washington Avenue pub serves up everything from traditional Irish pub food to American favorites like BBQ bacon burgers, Philly fries, fish sliders, and mac and cheese. A neighborhood darling, it’s the place many St. Louisians head to for Midwest comfort food. Perfect for a pre-game meal or gathering spot.

Broadway Oyster Bar

An icon of downtown St. Louis, this restaurant offers Cajun classics and down-home Creole dishes with live music and a bustling outdoor patio that hosts special events and treats diners to an authentic Southern eating experience.

Arts + Culture

City Museum

Direct neighbors to the hotel, the 600,000 square-foot former shoe factory was transformed into a museum made entirely of found objects from around St. Louis – literally a city museum. Part children's playground, part adult fun-house, people of all ages will enjoy the eclectic mix of architecture, art, and whimsy.

National Blues Museum

The National Blues Museum is dedicated to exploring the musical history and impact of the blues. The Museum offers a rotating collection of exhibits, live performances in the Lumiere Place Legends room, and is available for private events.

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis works to enrich lives and inspire curiosity, creativity, and learning through experiences with contemporary art. The museum's mission is to create meaningful engagement with the most relevant and innovative art being made today.

The Fabulous Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre, a former movie palace, is a performing arts center located in downtown St. Louis. Also known as "The Fabulous Fox", it opened in 1929 and was completely restored in 1982. Today the theatre presents the 'Best of Broadway'.

St. Louis Aquarium

Interact with 13,000+ sea animals and explore life beyond the ocean. Learn about aquatic life from local streams and rivers to the depths of the oceans. Enjoy 44 interactive exhibits including three touch pools to pet a shark, feel a stingray and touch other marine animals.

Sports + Entertainment

Busch Stadium

Home of the St. Louis Cardinals, the city's Major League Baseball team, Busch Stadium is a quick five minute drive from the hotel. Visit the stadium for a game, tour the ballpark and museums, or enjoy special events and arena tours during offseason.

Enterprise Center

Home to St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League, the Enterprise Center this is a 10 minute walk from the hotel and a key downtown destination for concerts and live entertainment, as well as other sporting events including ice skating and NCAA basketball.

Parks + Recreation

Forest Park

his natural park in the heart of St. Louis is considered one of the country’s largest urban parks rivaling New York’s grand Central Park. It actually surpasses Central Park size-wise by 500 acres (but who’s counting). Situated on 1,300 acres, the park showcases more than 180 acres of nature reserves including forests, prairies, and wetlands. Head to park and find popular mainstays like the Missouri History Museum, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis Zoo, and so much more.

Citygarden Sculpture Park

Citygarden is an urban sculpture park located in downtown St. Louis. The park is an oasis of free interactive art, fountains and gardens spanning two blocks in downtown St. Louis. Paved, winding paths lead visitors past 24 sculptures resting on wide lawns, six rain gardens, a children's spray plaza and a 180-foot-long pool with a six-foot waterfall.

Missouri Botanical Garden

Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden in continuous operation and a National Historic Landmark. The Garden is a center for botanical research and science and offers 79 acres of beautiful horticultural display, including a 14-acre Japanese strolling garden..

Gateway Arch National Park

The 90 acre park is home to The Gateway Arch and museum. Visitors can discover diverse plant life that includes a number of native species. Walkers, joggers and cyclists can enjoy more than five miles of trails. This is an ideal area for picnics, viewing the Arch and relaxing near the reflecting pond. The path connects to the 12.5 mile Mississippi Greenway.


Gateway National Golf Course

The # 1 Public Golf Course in St. Louis! Tall grasses, lakes, wood-tie bunkers, and occasional giant cottonwoods complete the landscape. In view of the magnificent Gateway Arch, you will cross occasional stone bridges, glide on raised boardwalks through quiet wetlands, and enjoy play on the only public St. Louis golf course with bentgrass fairways within hundreds of miles.

The Highlands Golf & Tennis

Situated within Forest Park - the second largest city park in America, the Highlands Golf and Tennis Center's beautifully-maintained golf course and 13 clay tennis courts serve as the centerpiece to a full-service recreational complex open to the public seven days a week that includes


St. Louis Lambert International Airport (STL)

14 MILES AWAYles away
St. Louis Lambert International Airport, formerly Lambert–St. Louis International Airport, is an international airport serving St. Louis, Missouri, United States. It is located 14 miles northwest of downtown St. Louis.

St. Louis Gateway Transportation Center

.9 MILES AWAYles away
The Gateway Multimodal Transportation Center, also known as Gateway Station, is a rail and bus terminal station in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Opened in 2008 and operating 24 hours a day, it serves Amtrak trains and Greyhound and Burlington Trailways interstate buses.