Marriott Pavilion Hotel

St. Louis, Missouri

Now owned by Hilton, this two tower hotel development, in downtown St. Louis, was designed by Dick Henmi, AIA of Thalden • Boyd • Emery Architects. The 684-room Marriott Pavilion Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri is the result of a challenging and innovative two-step conversion of the Spanish Pavilion that was relocated to St. Louis from the 1962 World’s Fair in New York. The first phase was a 25-story, 352-guest room tower, the second, a 17-story 332-guest room tower and garage. The downtown hotel is immediately across the street from Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals.

Architectural Credit: Henmi & Associates

Size: 684 Guest Rooms
Cost: $38 Million
Completion: 1978
Client: Breckenridge Hotels, Inc.