3 hotels open in Missouri

Pandey Hotel Corp. owns and operates the Hotel RL St. Louis Airport. Photo credit: RLH Corp.

Three hotels have opened in Missouri over the past few weeks. The debuts consisted of a Hotel RL in St. Louis, a Tru by Hilton in Springfield and a SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Kansas City.

Pandey Hotel Corp. opened the 107-room Hotel RL St. Louis Airport. The hotel features an open lobby with space to host local events, an onsite restaurant and a fitness center. It is located just outside the St. Louis Lambert International Airport and a roughly 20-minute drive from downtown St. Louis. Pandey owns and operates the property.

Late last month, the 98-room Tru by Hilton Springfield Downtown opened in southwestern Missouri. The hotel, owned by Bryan 517 and managed by Bryan Hotels Management, includes a 24/7 market and a fitness center. It is located near Missouri State University, Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium and Springfield-Branson National Airport.

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The 103-key SpringHill Suites by Marriott Kansas City (Mo.) Northeast opened Nov. 19. Owned by KMG Hotels and managed by Park Hospitality, the hotel features a meeting room, guest laundry facilities, a 24/7 market, an indoor salt-water swimming pool and a fitness center. It is located directly across the highway from the amusement park Worlds of Fun and the Oceans of Fun water park.

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