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.
The Last Hotel
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The hotel’s sophisticated, contemporary design blends first class luxury boutique, amenities with some unexpected, quirky touches, and signature features. Some features include the iridescent lobby wall that constantly changes color, and the dramatically angled lobby staircase.