A glimpse of St. Louis’ golden age has opened up for tourists as the city prepares to open its first-ever “door county” to its citizens, with the opening of a boutique hotel and restaurant, a boutique spa and a boutique grocery store.
The opening of the “Door County” boutique hotel, a luxury hotel, at the corner of West Lake Street and East Lake Street, will open on Sept. 12.
The hotel, which will house a restaurant, retail shops, a spa and bar, will be the second to open in St. Charles, a city of 2.8 million residents and a population of about 1,000.
It is the first boutique hotel to open here.
The boutique hotel will be housed in a former auto dealership on West Lake St. The hotel will have about 250 rooms, according to hotel spokeswoman Julie Brown.
The restaurant will be a popular hangout with a menu of traditional American fare, such as steak and chicken wings and chicken-fried steak sandwiches, as well as regional favorites such as the pork chop and the fried oyster.
The restaurant will also offer a full bar.
The spa and grocery store will be located in the lobby of the boutique hotel.
It will feature a full-service bar, which includes wine and spirits and other premium goods, and specialty food, according a brochure from the hotel.
The “Dorothy” boutique restaurant is being designed by renowned architect David Cawley and will feature three floors, a reception area and a restaurant area, according Brown.
Cawlery designed the hotel at the request of the city, which owns the property.
The city has a $100,000 “Doral” gift card, which is available through the St.
Louis Convention Center’s credit card and can be used to pay for admission, meals, entertainment and other activities at the boutique hotels.
Cawley said in a statement the boutique gift card can be redeemed for the following items:• A full-course dinner or a cocktail menu at the hotel• A complimentary drink or cocktail menu and wine• A free coffee, tea or latte at the restaurant• A $10 donation to the St Louis Police Department• A signed certificate of authenticity of the hotel or buildingThe hotel will serve drinks and be open seven days a week.
The resort will be open eight days a day, seven days week, including holidays, for those who live and work in the city.
It will be called “The Dorothy” after the Dorothy Day Spa, a hotel spa on the west side of the historic Dorothy Hotel in the downtown area, which opened in 1972.
The spa has a full range of services and has been known for its spa treatments, including a full face massage, massage oils and a full body massage.
“The Dorothy,” a luxury spa, opened in 1974.