ST. LOUIS IN STYLE
Meet me in St. Louis at this trio of tony hotels, where everything old is new again.

Built in 1922, closed in 1989, and reopened in 1999 after a $100 million renovation, the Chase Park Plaza has just received an additional $70 million in upgrades. Its endless amenities — from the brand-new convention facilities to the 15,000-square-foot fitness center to the five-theater cinema — make Chase Park ideal for business or pleasure. From $189. (877) 587-2427, www.chaseparkplaza.com

St. Louis’ first style-centric boutique, the 78-suite WS occupies a rehabbed beaux-arts treasure, converting former offices into spacious digs with full kitchens. Two blocks from the convention center, WS’ large day spa and a sleek lobby lounge do their bits to soothe the show-weary. From $189. (314) 231-1100, www.wshotels.com

Adjacent to the convention hall, Marriott overhauled the ’20s-era Lennox Hotel, maintaining its marble stairways, vaulted ceilings, and brass elevator doors, while installing 21st-century technology. The resulting 165-room Renaissance St. Louis Suites sports gracious guest room touches like French doors separating bedroom from living area. From $189. (888) 225-6459, www.renaissancehotels.com