Hilton St Louis Airport - St Louis MO - Hilton Hotel Airport

The Hilton St. Louis Airport hotel is located just across from Lambert Field. It is a perfect stopover for business travelers and caters to the business set with free shuttle service to top area employers like Boeing, Emerson and Express Scripts. There is also shuttle service to and from the gates for guests.

The hotel just completed a major renovation project, so rooms are now up to snuff for those who work on the road. High speed internet, modem jacks, flat screen tv's and thick, comfy bed sets are the cornerstone of the hotel's offerings. Children's play areas, pools, and fluffy hang out spots are not featured here.

The hotel does have some well reputed dining options. The main restaurant is Veranda's, which has gotten decent marks for affordability and quality of fare. Room service is available from the restaurant. In-house catering for larger events is also available.

The Hilton St. Louis Airport hotel has more than 30,000 feet of function space for conferences, retreats, or training sessions. There are 397 rooms in the hotel, and group rates for large events can be negotiated with the front desk conference planner. Business center services are also on site to support whatever needs arise from events and presentations.

Specials run periodically, but the proximity to the airport makes this hotel popular year-round. Reasonable marks for service and cleanliness, coupled with the Hilton Hotel rewards program make the location very popular with road warriors. Other than the sounds of the airport, which are muffled by sound-proofing, nights at the hotel will be fairly quiet. Business people have work to do and will frown on loud hallway activities or rampaging children. To book a group, a conference or to plan a stay at the hotel, call the front desk for reservations at 1-314-426-5500.

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Jul 2, 2009 @ 2:02 am
I'm just curious why it's so hard to apply for employment online for Hilton Hotels. I've been to 15 different web sites, and there is nothing about applying.
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Oct 28, 2009 @ 6:18 pm
I suppose you would have to apply in person. Have you called up to the hotel which you want to apply?

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