When you stay at Seven Gables Inn in Clayton, you'll be in the business district and close to Saint Louis Galleria Mall and St. Louis Art Museum. This romantic hotel is within close proximity of Center of Creative Arts and Washington University.
Make yourself at home in one of the 32 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, designer toiletries, and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Additional amenities include concierge services, wedding services, and a fireplace in the lobby.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar, take in a garden view, or dine alfresco (weather permitting). Mingle with other guests at a complimentary reception, held on select days. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and express check-out. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms.
Wonderful, small inn quite unlike chain hotel/motels. Inner courtyard a nice change from the pool or gym as a central location for guests. Attached Irish Bar a good addition for a nightcap and serves a very nice complimentary breakfast.
This is the most amazing boutique hotel---with amazing service and pleasant people. The rooms are very comfortable and the beds are most comfortable. The afternoon cookies are fabulous! I will be back soon!!!!
Wonderful experience at a longtime charmer. The Seven Gables Inn obviously has a number of repeat customers and the Inn added two more to that list with my wife and me. (NOTE: There are no elevators and the stairs are steep and narrow.)
The people in the hotel recomended 2 Itialan restarants to me when I asked and printed out their menus for me. At the contential breakfast I asked George what I was to do about checking out at 4:00am the next morning. He said he would be there to help me and if I wanted to come down earier he would have breeakfast for me. The normal time for breakfast is 6:00am. When the shuttle got there a little early, he told me to finish eating while he took my luggage out for me.
Elegant inn located in the heart of Clayton. I stay at the Seven Gables frequently and love it. The rooms are beautifully decorated, the staff is lovely and the patio is beautiful in the summer.
I am in town on business and read reviews of Seven Gables Inn, looking forward to a nice stay. The room is terrible - it is old and smells mildewy. The bed is also very uncomfortable. When I went to the front desk in the morning to cancel remaining nights I was told I could not cancel stay. When my wife tried to cancel reservation over the phone, the front desk staff completely lied about a fake conversation I had with the general manager. So disappointed in the room standards, the customer service and the quality of this hotel. Will be sure to tell friends & family who are visiting not to stay here.
The Seven Gables Hotel is a great find in the midst of a typical mid-sized commercial downtown area. There are many restaurants and coffee shops in the area, with easy access to main roads and shopping. The public areas of the hotel were charming immediately upon entering the building, as was our room. The room itself was plenty spacious, with an extremely comfortable king bed and attractive furnishings. The bathroom was a little cramped, but workable, despite limited bars or hooks for bath towels; and bathroom cleaning was a bit less than perfect. The main room had two windows (one partially vine-covered, adding to the charm) overlooking an inner couryard that also serves as a lounge area. The only negative was that the door and windows are not buffered in any way from the courtyard and inner hallway, so some noisy wee-hours partiers woke us with loud conversation and even louder room door openings and closings. We would definitely go back, but perhaps request a room not so near the entry from the courtyard. Room temperature was a little difficult to control and the fan at the lowest speed was still somewhat loud and forceful.
I had a great experience at the Seven Gables. Was in town for a family function and the hotel was recommended by a friend in St. Louis. While the property is older, it was charming and the staff was just great. Friendly and very accommodating. I felt very much at home here and would definitely stay again. There is no elevator, so if you have mobility issues be sure to book on the 1st floor. The attached restaurant was convenient and very good. I travel at least 3 weeks out of the month for business so it was nice to stay at a non-chain hotel with personality!
A diamond in the rough! Love this hotel! The whole ambiance was just what I was looking for. Nestled in a great area for fun, food and homey comforts! Friendly, knowledgeable staff ready and willing to please!
Ny husband and I have been staying at Seven Gables at least once a year for the past several years. The location can't be beat and the staff and accomodation are great. The price is really good - especially if you book in advance and take advantage of their online specials. Extra's like free wi-fi and a desk computer with free printer in the lobby as well as free wine and cheese in the evening, free hot home made chocolate chip cookies in the lobby and free continental breakfast make the price an even better value for money. We like the look and feel of a small boutique hotel as compared to some larger more inpersonal hotels. We would highly recommend this place!
A gem boutique hotel in a great shopping district. A unique hotel experience. Lovely large clean room, and attentive staff. In room coffee maker did not work and was quickly replaced, free breakfast was fresh and had good variety. My only complaint was the in-hotel restaurant was loud and uninviting.
Very nice room, very classy. Lounge was busy. Beware not much open in downtown Clayton on the weekend and you have to pay for parking.
We booked this room for a quick weekend getaway. We weren't looking for anything fancy and picked this hotel because of its location and ammenities. The staff was very courteous and the restaurant downstairs was not only convenient, but offered very good food that was reasonably priced. The breakfast was included and was perfect. It was like being at home - room to read the newspaper, sip coffee and catch up on the news in the acconodating breakfast room. The chocolate left at our bedside each night was a nice touch. The room was comfortable and very quite at night. There is no elevator, so ask for no higher than the second floor. Since it is an older hotel, the stairs are rather narrow. Overall, I would recommend this hotel for anyone looking for a stay in the area.
The Hotel was very nice and quaint. The building is historic but has all the modern updates. The room was very clean and well taken care of. The only room issue is the windows are in need of replacement. The parking is a big problem with only like 20 spots and costs $* per day. The city block the hotel is on has several very trendy and hip gathering establishments with outside patios that get quite crowded at night. The hotel is not one of the hot spots and is very quiet. No one was ever in the hotels bar/restaurant but it looked nice so I'm not sure why. The free breakfast was fair at best serving only the basics and much of that was hard and stale. Nice stay but not for full price
Negative: Very unprofessional and impersonal - partly too young associates! You may see them eating around instead of cherish guests! The courtyard is unorganized and dirty- a real pity; complimantary cheese display was moldy for days. No guests in own restaurant - full restaurants around! Positive: Clean room
A clumsy attempt at a 'country inn' boutique hotel in downtown. Age of building shows through decent upkeep with thin doors and cheap locks, old plumbing, ancient heating/cooling system, and worn paint. The decor was very nice except the bed linens needed an update. Very nice bathroom, with updated hardware, but the shower was old and small. The service was horrible: only one pushy parking attendant and an unprofessional desk clerk, both very young. Parking lot is right across the street, but they won't allow you to park yourself, so be prepared to pay.