Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd - Maryland Heights38.69937, -90.43535
ex. Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport
The business Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd provides guests with 150 non-smoking rooms as well as a free car park, an elevator and a vending machine. Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd was opened in 1996.
The property is 20 minutes' walk from center of Maryland Heights.
Missouri History Museum is 15 km from the hotel and Gateway Arch is 24 km away.
Guests can reach Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd by car from Lambert-St. Louis International airport in 15 minutes.
Staying at Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd guests can make use of a private safe, TV, coffee/tea makers, a dressing area and a writing table supplied in the rooms. In-room self-catering facilities include a freezer, a toaster and a cooktop.
Eat & Drink
Every morning a complimentary continental breakfast is served. Llywelyn's Pub and Paul Minneos are 10 minutes walking distance from Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd.
Extended Stay America - St. Louis -Westport-East Lackland Rd provides guests with housekeeping, ironing service and wake up service.
The hotel offers soccer and baseball and many other on-site activities.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2009. Number of rooms: 150.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Children's pool
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Free toiletries
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed1 Queen-size bed, 2 Single beds
In the Room
- City landmarks
THE ROOMS WERE GROSS MOLD GROWNING ON THE WALLS, RUST ON THE REFRIGERATOR, NASTY CARPET, MOLDING SMELL IN THE ROOM. OH THERE WAS A LARGE GAP AT THE BOTTOM OF THE OUTSIDE DOOR. THIS ALLOWED BUGS TO ENTER THE ROOM. JUST FLAT OUT HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE AND I WILL NEVER STAY THERE AGAIN.
We found it to be a very comfortable room and bed. Staff were very nice and helpful.
the bed was comfortable,the sheets was clean and also the floor,the kitchen,the bathroom everything was nice.
The sheets wasn't clean the room was dusty the toilet was leaking the light fixture in the ceiling didn't have a cover the restroom door didn't lock or close good.
I appreciated the kitchen area and the shower water pressure was wonderful.
Didn't know until I checked in construction was going on on the floor above me.
Location trying staff
Poor maintained furniture cleanness not good
no bed was very small
the room everything was very old and the bed was really small floor seem like it was caving in bathroom was dirty
The location is great, near a lot of places to eat and relax. The price was good too.
The light switch for the bathroom is on the outside wall of the bathroom. A little inconvenience when getting up late and trying not to disturb your partner. There were also some questionable stains on the recliner.
They employee was high and charged my account for two transaction and over drafted my account
Off 270 and next door to my favorite Hooters and the Quitrip
My heater some how malfunctioned over the weekend,but the staff responded properly and put in a work order for that Monday
It had a kitchenette.
Old in appearance and run down. It was clean but not a place you want to stay at.
the location and staff were great. friendley very helpful.
the room was not clean at all.The stove had greese and drippings on it.When I walked into the room it smelled of dogs it was horriable.
Between the smell of smoke and the tremendous amount of air freshener the room was not habitable. The entire town was sold out so there was no choice.
Breakfast and friendliness of main office staff. Inexpensive, but you'd like a little comfort, e.g. bed was tight against the wall so you had to climb in from the foot of the bed.
When you walk into your room for the first time, you ask yourself "How did I choose to stay here?" We usually stay at La Quinta next door, but they were full on Saturday night.
The kitchen isn't already stocked with plates, cups, utensils, etc. You have to ask for them and then bring them up. I really didn't like that there was not a comfortable arm chair to sit in. The only chairs were those with the kitchen table. For that reason alone, I would not stay there again.