Holiday Inn Six Flags St. Louis: IN REVIEW~ By Tiffany Lindsey

If your in the Midwest and are looking for a place close to your next trip to Six Flags St. Louis, then your in luck! Holiday Inn Eureka, MO is located right at the entrance to Six Flags. The hotel offers a shuttle to the Park and back everyday during operating hours of Six Flags and offers a sidewalk to take a walk over to the park as well. Save $18.00 each day in parking for Six Flags by taking the shuttle bus, you can return to the hotel for lunch where the kids eat free at the hotel restaurant. Hotel amenities offer an indoor “Fundome”, a 60,000 gallon heated swimming pool and a little wading pool for the younger members of your party. They have a huge whirlpool as well and a sauna. If you feel the need to work out on vacation they have you covered in that department also, they include two exercise facilities. Looking for a drink or snack the “Fundome” area offers a Terrace Bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages while the Pizza Corner serves up appetizers, snacks and light fare. The dome also offers a pool table and shuffleboard, arcade and video games.

Perks include a free stay for kids 19 and under in the same room with the parents and up to three kids in the party can dine free from the kids menu at the restaurant. As always they offer complimentary toiletries if you forgot or need extra. Room service, five meeting rooms and over 4,000 square feet of banquet space. Free Wi-Fi and 179 guest rooms!

I had the pleasure of staying here when I moved out to St. Louis in 2010 and enjoyed it very much, you can bring your pets with you also if you need a place to stay overnight or if you bring your pets with you on vacation. The pool is awesome but a little cool to say it was heated. Rooms were very nice and clean. The hotel staff was awesome and best of all the Hotel has some history here in Eureka as told here by the Hotels website…

“The Deep Springs Stage Stop

For almost 200 years, the Holiday Inn site has been a resting place for weary travelers. We’re proud to continue the tradition today.

At the turn of the 19th century, Native Americans in this area of Missouri wanted a stable source of water in times of drought. They dug deep springs on the present acreage of the Holiday Inn at Six Flags.

Over the next fifty years, as stagecoach travel increased, the land became known as the Deep Springs Stage Stop. It was an oasis, literally, a welcome, restful spot on the road. Travelers looked forward to the Deep Springs as their first “good water” after leaving the city of St. Louis.”

It turned into a Community Farm at one point and then a Horse Hospital during the civil war before finally being turned into the resort in 1975!

you can learn more about rates and the hotel’s history here at their website

Holiday Inn at Six Flags over St. Louis

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