THE LAST HOTEL
The Last Hotel is a historic renovation of the International Shoe Building in downtown St. Louis. Built in 1909 and designed by Union Station architect Theodore C. Link, the ten-story, 160,000 sq. ft. structure was transformed into a 142-room boutique hotel featuring original barrel ceilings, and brick walls. The hotel includes a blue roof system, a rooftop bar and pool, a movie screening room, a teaching kitchen, and banquet facilities. The first-floor Last Kitchen & Bar showcases American-style dishes inspired by cities along the Mississippi River.