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Welcome to St. Louis, MO - home to Busch Stadium and the St. Louis Cardinals! Located at 430 South 7th Street in St. Louis, near the banks of the Mississippi River, Busch Stadium is informally known as the New Busch Stadium because it was rebuilt in April 2006. At Busch Stadium, Cardinals fans have one of the best views of any ballpark.

Busch Stadium Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Busch Stadium. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Visit St. Louis and get great rates on hotels near Cardinals' Busch Stadium!

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Crowne Plaza Hotel St. Louis - Downtown
Crowne Plaza Hotel St. Louis - Downtown
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Additional Hotels:

The Westin St. Louis
811 Spruce Street
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Millennium Hotel St. Louis
200 South 4th Street
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark
1 S. Broadway
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Crowne Plaza St. Louis Downtown
200 NORTH FOURTH ST.
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Hilton St. Louis Downtown
400 Olive St.
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Renaissance Grand and Suites Hotel
800 Washington Avenue
St Louis, MO 63101 US

Sheraton City Center Hotel & Suites
400 South 14th Street
St Louis, MO 63103 US

Omni Majestic Hotel
1019 Pine Street
St Louis, MO 63101 US

Drury Inn and Suites Convention Center
711 North Broadway
St Louis, MO 63102 US

Hotel Lumiere
901 North First Street
St. Louis, MO, 63102 US

Four Seasons St. Louis
999 North Second Street
St. Louis, MO, 63102 US

Pear Tree Inn Union Station
2211 Market St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103 US

Courtyard St. Louis Downtown
2340 Market Street
St. Louis, MO, 63103 US

Holiday Inn Express St. Louis
2625 Lafayette
St. Louis, MO, 63104 US

About Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals major league baseball team, opened on April 10, 2006. The Cards won the stadium's opening game against the Milwaukee Brewers with a score of 6-4. This new ballpark replaced a 40-year-old stadium of the same name, now known as Busch Memorial Stadium. The two stadium sites were so close in proximity that they overlapped, and a portion of the new stadium's left-field stands could not be completed until the old stadium was demolished.

This stadium, which has a grass playing surface, is located in downtown St. Louis, giving fans in most seats a view of the skyline and the Gateway Arch. Retro styling gives the ballpark the appeal of an old-fashioned stadium. It seats 46,000 fans and plays host to 3 million baseball spectators every year. Anheuser-Busch, the St. Louis-based makers of Budweiser beer and former owners of the St. Louis Cardinals, holds naming rights for the stadium through the year 2025.

Tours of Busch Stadium are available to the public year round, with two scheduled daily from October through March and four scheduled daily from April through September. Tour schedules during baseball season are subject to change depending on home game schedules.

Busch Stadium includes four levels of seating and spectator accommodations. The lower two levels contain the clubs and party suites that serve fans who purchase all-inclusive tickets that also cover food and beverages. Level three is a mix of clubs, suites, and open seating, while level four is primarily open terrace seats.

On game days, Busch Stadium employs approximately 3,000 workers. A large number of these employees work in the food concessions and clubs, serving up 540,000 hot dogs every year, along with 181,000 pounds of nacho chips and 32,000 gallons of nacho cheese.