St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
Within sweeping archways, fresco and gold leaf detailing, mosaics and glass windows, you’ll find the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. The AAA Four Diamond Hotel provides a truly elegant experience in the heart of a bustling metropolitan area. Transport yourself to a time when travel was an art and the fine details were important.
Hotel amenities include a fitness center, outdoor seasonal pool and The Grand Hall Experience 3D Light Show.
Every guest room boasts timeless décor, a work area, a flat screen TV and spacious bathroom. Opt for a suite with a courtyard view, concierge lounge access and added amenities. Several of the hotel suites offer exclusive access on the historical side of the building and are individually railroad themed.
Booking your reservations at the convention hotel benefits all Mid-Continent participants and provides a low convention rate. Click the link below for reservations or mention Group Code “GDS” room block if making reservations by calling.
- Convention rate: $165 plus taxes
- Deadline for convention rate: On or before October 6, 2021
- Group Code: GDS
How to get there
St. Louis Union Station is located in downtown St. Louis right off of Market Street. For directions click below.
Parking Information/Convention Rates: There are two available self-parking lots, one at 20th Street and one at 18th Street. Valet parking at St. Louis Union Station is available at the Main Grand Hall entrance, on East-bound Market Street.
- MCDC Parking Rates: $14 self-parking event only
- MCDC Overnight Parking Rates: $20 self-parking
- Valet Parking Rates: 0-3 hours $20, 3-6 hours $28 and over 6 hours $30
All Aboard! Take the train to Union Station
Discover the Show-Me State as only the train can take you. The Missouri River Runner travels daily between St. Louis and Kansas City. Along the way the train stops in many charming communities filled with rich history and unique attractions. Missouri is steeped in history and is home to the Gateway Arch, the National Blues Museum, the Negro League Baseball Museum, and many outdoor activities. Whether you’re visiting the Washington Town & Country Fair, the wineries in Hermann, or the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, there is something for everyone.
Train Stations Served by the Missouri River Runner
- Kansas City, MO – Union Station (KCY)
- Independence, MO (IDP)
- Lee’s Summit, MO (LEE)
- Warrensburg, MO (WAR)
- Sedalia, MO (SED)
- Jefferson City, MO (JEF)
- Hermann, MO (HEM)
- Washington, MO (WAH)
- Kirkwood, MO (KWD)
- St. Louis, MO – Gateway Station (STL)