OT hotel help for St Louis Six Flags

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  1. yeahdisney

    yeahdisney DIS Veteran

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    I did ask once before and got a good response for Fenton area. But our plans changed a little we will be traveling route 55 from IL to route 44 St Louis and I see the town Eureka is close but the tripadvisor reviews are BAD for those hotels. Where could we stay around $70 a night and if a light breakfast was free that would of course be great too. We are now going to stay 2 nights. TIA Diane
     
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  3. deerhart

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    don't stay in Eureka, Stay at the Drury inn at Fenton/Valley Park area (off I-44 about 5-7 miles east of the Eureka area. It should run you around the $70-$80 a night.

    We stick my parents there or at one of the 2 comfort inns (one in WIldwood, the other up by chesterfield valley) when they don't want to stay at our house.

    I live up the road from Eureka (4-5 miles up 109) and six flags is only a 10 minute drive from my house.
     
  4. ajh88

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    Yes, I think I'd still stay in Fenton too. You'll be driving right through it on I-44 anyway on your way to Eureka (which is where Six Flags is located). The hotel we used to stay at out there is gone now, so I can't advise about any of the current hotels in the 6 Flags neighborhood.
     
  5. SarahKate

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    I agree w/ other posters on Fenton Drury. We stay at Drury's in STL quite a lot and it's a wonderful hotel chain and I'm sure you can find a rate in your range. They give you free hot breakfast, free food in the evenings, beverages/snacks, free wi-fi, etc. I've not stayed at the one in Fenton, but thought I heard that they just remodeled.

    If you go to their website, try putting in the coupon code "FUN" or "STLFUN"....have had good luck w/ those codes. Cheaper than their weekend or AAA rates, usually.
     
  6. Jazcat

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    I agree with fenton valley park area just type that into hotel.com or expedia and see what comes up
     

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