Stay at Angad Arts Hotel and Choose Your Room Color

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Blue King Room

If you are visiting Saint Louis and want to have the perfect accommodation that’s beautiful yet comfortable, there is no place better than Angad Arts Hotel. This unique art focused hotel lets you match your room color to your mood.  Stay in a red room to feel empowered.  The blue rooms will bring a sense of freedom.  Yellow is for the curious.  And, green will help you rejuvenate. Regardless of your color choice, the King Loft Room is highly recommended.  The King Loft Room has 6 windows looking out over the city and a free-standing claw foot tub. A Yellow King Loft Room with Tub and a Blue King Room are featured in our video review of the hotel. Each room has available wifi, mini-fridge, microwave and coffee station. 

The art theme greets you as you drive up to the hotel.  There is art of the exterior of the building next to the private parking lot.  As you enter, the main lobby is filled with art.  Be sure to open the doors on the wall to check out some hidden art.  A quick trip to the 12th floor takes you to the check in desk.   There is a 24-hour front desk available to answer your queries and assist you during your stay. 

Yellow King Loft Room

The hotel has a wide variety of art filled lounges.  On the 12th floor, you'll find 2 separate lounges and a library each with a unique art theme.  On the roof, you will find the Art Bar open on select nights.  The bar serves drinks and food with a great view of the city.  The hotel has breakfast available for a fee on the 1st floor.  Also on the first floor is the hotel fitness center.  

Need a space for a large event? The Angad Arts Hotel does have a ballroom available for events.  Be sure to check out the hotel's website for more information.  

 While you are staying at the Angad Arts Hotel, you will want to enjoy many of the entertainment options available in St. Louis.  Here are a few suggestions for options near the hotel. 

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The Fabulous Fox

Opened in 1929, this theater was originally to show Fox Movies and stage shows.  This theater was one of five theaters built by William Fox. The spectacular theater closed in

1978.  After being purchased by the Fox Associates and undergoing renovation, the theater reopened in 1982.  Today, the Fabulous Fox is one of the most exquisite venues in the country if you are a fan of Broadway shows, watching live comedy sessions, and concerts. This theater place has the most breathtaking interior design and architecture. There are public tours of the Fabulous Fox available on some Saturdays so check out the calendar to see if a tour is available on the day you plan to visit. Group tours can also be schedule with the theater for groups over 15.  

Powell Hall

Powell Symphony Hall

Powell Symphony Hall is home to the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. This theater was built as the St. Louis Theater and opened in 1925.  The St. Louis Symphony Society purchased the theater in 1966. In 2001, the Powell Symphony Hall was added to the historic registry.  While currently public tours are not available, an official virtual tour is available.  Be sure to check out the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra's website to find a concert date. 

Missouri Botanical Garden

Founded in 1859, this botanical garden has been labeled the national historic landmark and has become an ultimate center for horticulture display, conservation, science, and education. The garden spans over 79 acres of botanical displays, including the demonstrations, international and formal gardens, and indoor conservatories.

Sam’s Steakhouse

When you get tired with all the roaming around, there is nothing better than Sam’s Steakhouse to calm down your growling stomach. 

Check out our Angad Arts Review below.  Be sure to check our blog for more travel tips.  

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