WordCamp St. Louis is hosted on the campus of Washington University. There are many nearby hotels that provide great accommodations. Here’s a few we like.
Located two building west of the Lab Sciences building where WordCamp will be held on Washington University’s beautiful campus with its gothic architecture and tree-lined walkways, the Knight Center provides its guests with all the advantages of an upscale hotel as well as its St. Louis, Missouri setting. The Knight Center has guest rooms available for meeting and conference attendees, as well as for individuals visiting the St. Louis area.
There is a very limited number of rooms available at the Knight Center at a discounted rate. Please contact us for more information.
The Moonrise Hotel is located in “The Loop” just steps from The Pageant concert night club and the heart of The Loop’s vast shopping and entertainment district. The hotel’s central location, and its proximity to the Delmar Blvd Metrolink Station, makes it simple to get to nearby Washington University as well as The Central West End and Downtown St. Louis.
Built in 1926 using the Tudor Revival style, the Seven Gables Inn was remarkably sophisticated for its time. Originally it contained 27 apartments, 4 offices and 4 storefronts.
Today, its allure and uniqueness have been lovingly preserved and updated. Each of the 32 uniquely decorated rooms and suites blend Old World charm with modern luxury.
(Michael Arestad’s favorite hotel) Generations of St. Louisans and thousands of visitors to our city came to love the old world feel and quirky charm of The Cheshire Inn and Lodge. What started as a modest hamburger joint 80 years ago, evolved through the decades into a landmark restaurant and hotel known as the Cheshire Inn and Lodge. In 2011, this local treasure underwent a multi-million dollar renovation preserving its charm and character while transforming The Cheshire into a modern, luxury boutique hotel.