Lumiere Place is located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. It is a complex of two hotels, a casino, a theatre ( Live), and a large parking deck. There is a tunnel that connects the casino to an area that is close to the Edwards Jones building. The HoteLumiere at the Arch is across the street from the casino and is connected by the fourth floor walkway. The Four Seasons Hotel sits next to Lumiere Place.
We usually play slots games and video poker whenever we are attending an event in downtown St. Louis. We belong to their Trop Advantage Club and periodically receive complimentary rooms at the HoteLumiere, dining credits, and free slot play.
There has been a lot of remodeling going on at the Lumiere.
The casino is large and has slot games, table games, and poker. There are several bars in the casino and free soft drink and coffee kiosks. Five restaurants/cafes surround the casino floor: The Kitchen Buffet and Bistro, Ozzie’s Sports Bar & Grill, Sucre (24 hour cafe), Wet Willie’s (a daiquiri bar), and The Wok (Asian fusion). The Kitchen Buffet is usually pretty good. Ozzie’s usually has very slow service and the food is not very good. There are also shops, a ball room, and meeting rooms.
We usually stay at the HoteLumiere. It is a lovely hotel. There is an elegant, airy lounge with group seating, plants, water features, and the Cascade Bar. There are glass elevator at two corners which take you up to your room.
We stayed at the HoteLumiere a few weeks ago after watching a Jimmy Buffett concert at the Hollywood Amphitheater. We booked a complimentary king suite. It was on the fourth floor and very close to the elevators and the walkway to the Casino. The room was very quiet and moderately clean. The suite was newly remodeled in a very pretty blue and green modern decor. The front of the suite has a large living room with a loveseat, end tables, lamps, and a telephone. There was a table and two chairs opposite ubpnder a wall mounted HDTV. There was also a wet bar with a large mirror that held a sink, mini fridge, and coffee maker. The room seemed to be missing a few chairs.
A hallway connects the bedroom to the living room with a small bathroom in the middle. The bathroom is tiny. There is a tub/ shower combination, toilet, and sink with a hair dryer and Echos of Nature amenities. The mirror over the sink is lit by two small lights and is very dark. The towels and washcloths were clean and plush. There is a full length mirror across the hall for the bathroom.
The bedroom has a large window with room darkening drapes. There was a closet with iron and ironing board and luggage rack. There was a dresser and a desk and a second HDTV. There were nightstands with lamps on either side of the bed. The lamps have several electric plug in receptacles and USB ports. There was a telephone but no clock. The bed was very, very comfortable but we only had three pillows. The linens were clean and felt soft and smooth.
Wifi is free but not very powerful. I could not get my email.
The hotel also has an indoor pool, spa, spa hot tub, convenience market, and business center.
There is a $15 nightly fee includes parking, internet and access to the pool, hot tub, fitness center and business center. As of September 1, 2017, the fee will increase to $18/night.
Pros: Large, airy, newly redecorated suites. Very comfortable bed and luxurious linens. New furnishings.
999 North Second Street
St. Louis, MO 63102