Rockbridge buys St. Louis' Hilton at the Arch

The historic Hilton at the Arch. Photo credit: Hilton

Rockbridge announced its acquisition of the historic Hilton at the Arch hotel in downtown St. Louis. The 195-room hotel will be managed by HEI Hotels and Resorts.
“Rockbridge is excited about the opportunity to refresh this great hotel,” Jim Merkel, CEO of Rockbridge, said in a statement. “We are also pleased to be working with HEI, a strong partner, on this project.”
Rockbridge plans to capitalize on the historic value of the property by renovating its lobby along with guestrooms, resulting in an improved user experience for both business travelers and vacationers. This acquisition is the third property in the St. Louis area for Rockbridge.
The hotel is located centrally in downtown St. Louis, minutes from the Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium & Ballpark Village, and is within walking distance to shops, restaurants, theaters, museums, America’s Center and the Edward Jones Dome. The property is 14 minutes from Lambert International Airport

The property includes amenities such as audio/visual equipment rentals, a business center, complimentary printing service and meeting rooms. The property also includes a 24-hour Pavillion Pantry Market, and offers digital key check-in for guests. The hotel is also pet friendly.

Rockbridge has been investing in and building brands for nearly 20 years. The business has made 224 hotel investments in 38 states worth $5.9 billion in capitalization. 


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