An elegant, baroque-style hotel in the heart of the city.
This hotel has been deemed "the most beautiful building west of Venice." It is truly deserving of the compliments it receives. Constructed in 1912 by St. Louis beer baron Adolphus Busch, it retains many historic features. Guests are greeted with a two-story lobby filled with fine art, antiques and an ornately carved Victorian Steinway once owned by the Guggenheim family. Well-suited for business and leisure travelers, the property is located in the business district and just two blocks from the flagship Neiman Marcus store. All 428 rooms are decorated in the style of an English country guest house and come with walk-in closets, mini-bars, marble bathrooms, multi-line phones and complimentary Wi-Fi and high-speed Internet access. The hotel boasts The French Room, a classic French restaurant. For $10 a day, guest privileges are offered at The Texas Club, a nearby private athletic club with swimming pool, racquetball courts and an indoor running track. Pets are welcome for $50 per stay with a refundable $100 deposit.