St. Louis could be a hot spot for tourists this summer. According to an article from Bloomberg, St. Louis is one of four great midsize metropolises to visit.
Bloomberg’s Suggested Visit:
The Hotel Adjacent to the Mississippi River, Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis (from $395) has starter rooms that are 111 square feet larger than those you’ll find at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, with floor-to-ceiling windows, rain showers, and butler service on request. Other perks: a 12,000-square-foot spa (among the largest in the Four Seasons stable); a Topgolf Swing Suite for tee times in a simulator; and a wood-fired menu at Cinder House whipped up by James Beard award-winning chef Gerard Craft (don’t miss the grilled ribeye and Hen of the Woods mushrooms with chorizo butter).
The Dish Free-range chicken with pickled sunchoke mole and ramps at The Lucky Accomplice, a locavore spot that opened in 2020. Order it to go. Lafayette Park—designed in 1851 on 30 acres—is just a three-minute drive, and it makes an idyllic picnic ground.
The Must-Do The Saint Louis Art Museum is exhibiting work by Israeli-born artist Dana Levy that depicts the Palace of Versailles in the middle of an imagined earthquake (on view Feb. 26-Aug. 15). Bringing kids? Tucked in a century-old warehouse downtown, City Museum is a family favorite for its rooftop Ferris wheel.
See what other cities made the list HERE