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Email Share. Add See Your Properties. Book this hotel and collect nights after your stay. More great choices. See all properties in Richmond Heights. Landmarks In a provincial park Forest Park - 3 min walk St. Getting around St. Louis Intl. Louis - 25 min drive St. In the hotel Taking the kids? Accessible bathroom In-room accessibility Roll-in shower.
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Individually decorated Individually furnished. Private bathroom Shower only Designer toiletries Hair dryer. Refrigerator on request Microwave on request Free bottled water. Also popular with travelers from the USA. Special features Dining Fox and Hounds Tavern - Overlooking the pool, this pub specializes in British cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests can enjoy alfresco dining weather permitting. A children's menu is available. Happy hour is offered. Boundary - This brasserie specializes in local cuisine and serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar.
Open daily. Basso - This gastropub specializes in Italian cuisine and serves dinner and light fare. Starbucks - Onsite coffee shop. Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property. Exceptional If you're looking for something a little different, I highly recommend this location.
It's a older hotel but has tons of character, with tavern onsite, a Starbucks, bar, and very nice restaurant all in an adjacent building on the same property.
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Great hotel with nice restaurants and amenities. Jun 13, Verified Hotels. Milan , us Family trip. What a fun stay! They are very kid-friendly, and even had a treasure hunt.
There was a 4 am dump truck wake-up, but other than that, great place! When Alice entered Londerland , the Cat's voice told Alice that while she cannot return "home", Wonderland was safe in her memory, and the suffering Alice went through was worth the truth of her family's death.
The Cheshire Cat vaguely resembles a Sphinx cat, with its very thin coat of fur and thin body shape. The Cheshire Cat has taken an emaciated, almost skeletal appearance; his bones can be seen through his fur-less, gray skin. His decaying starved appearance is suggestive of a cat carcass that has been rotting for years which could be linked to Alice not seeing the Cat for about a decade, and could be symbolic of the damage and "decay" of Alice's mental state. He has a large head and paws, a disturbingly human-like smile which is sometimes seen spattered with blood, a long neck, sharp claws, big pointed ears, and a long tail with a tuft of fur on the end.
He wears a gold hoop earring in his right ear, and his skin is covered with black markings similar to tribal tattoos. His smile looks maniacal, and he appears to have under-grown yellow incisors that are covered in blood.
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Read a book, enjoy a private conversation or simply unplug. Splendid oak trees provide a natural canopy and inviting sanctuary in the garden. The gazebo, cushioned love seats, and chaise lounges, accompanied by the gentle serenade of the fountain provide the perfect setting to enjoy your morning coffee or relax with a glass of wine.
The staff are extremely personal, welcoming, and accommodating. Concierge services and suggestions on where to eat and what to do are readily available. Rooms in the Main and Eberle House are named after characters in Alice in Wonderland and, like the characters, every well-appointed room is totally unique. Varying in size, interiors and floor plan, rooms may feature bay windows, alcoves and fireplaces.
Every room has a king or queen bed, air conditioning, TV, and a small refrigerator or access to one. Bathrooms also vary in size and configuration.
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Main and Eberle House have rooms on the ground floor and upstairs no lifts. Rooms overlooking the back garden have a patio or deck. The Cottages, named after villages in Cheshire, are all one-story with two bedrooms, living room, dining nook, full bath, kitchenette, private patio and parking. The hearty European Breakfast includes homemade granola, cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt, homemade pastries, ham, cheese, hard-boiled eggs, fresh juices, local coffee, teas, and a different homemade dish such as Danish ebelskivers, vegetarian quiche or Mexican casserole.
Guests have hour access to the well-stocked refreshment centre with a small refrigerator, ice, ice buckets, electric kettle, Keurig coffee maker, glasses, mugs, and apples, homemade cookies or brownies to snack on. Breakfast included, along with 'Social Hour', refreshment centre and parking.