After seeing the best of Saint Louis, turn in for the night at one of Missouri’s Top Boutique Hotels ... photo by CC user Daniel Schwen on wikimedia commons

Some people believe that the Midwestern United States doesn’t have much to offer. But this is definitely not the case, especially for people traveling to Missouri. This state is home to some fun cities, historical landmarks, and even natural scenery that cannot be surpassed. When planning your vacation to the Show Me State, check out Missouri’s top boutique hotels for a fun experience that won’t leave you penniless.

Saint Louis

The city of St. Louis has a rich historical background that will make your trip fun-filled but also educational and informative. Before heading to any of the city’s historical sites, you’ll need to book a room in one of St. Louis’ hotels. You’ll find plenty budget-friendly options, such as Hampton Inn and Suites – St. Louis South, Courtyard St. Louis Downtown, Crowne Plaza Riverfront at the Arch, and Hilton St. Louis Downtown. These hotels will put you near many of city’s hottest tourist attractions, so set out on foot for a fun day of sightseeing.

Saint Charles

A less-traveled Missouri city, St. Charles still has plenty to offer when it comes to tourist attractions. Some of the popular sights for travelers are the Historic District, Lewis and Clark Boathouse, and Ameristar Casino. If you’re interested in visiting these hotspots, book a room in one of St. Charles’ most popular hotels. These include Ameristar Casino Resort and Spa, Sleep Inn and Suites, Fairfield Inn by Marriott, Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites, and Wingate by Wyndham.

Clayton

A neighbor to St. Louis, many travelers choose to stay in the town of Clayton in order to save a few extra bucks on accommodations. This is a great option for those people wanting to spend money on things like food, drinks, and sightseeing, rather than a pricey hotel. Some budget-friendly Clayton hotels are Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel, Clayton Plaza Hotel, Seven Gables Inn, and Hampton Inn and Suites. For a more luxurious yet more expensive stay, book a room at The Ritz-Carlton.

Chesterfield

Another great option for those interested in visiting the bustling St. Louis metropolis but not willing to dish out the extra cash on an expensive hotel in the city, Chesterfield offers many affordable hotels.  It is just a short drive from St. Louis, and there are plenty of opportunities for car rentals. The most popular Chesterfield hotels are Residence Inn by Marriott, Hilton Garden Inn, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Comfort Inn and Suites, and Dury Plaza Hotel.

Kansas City

A Missouri destination that receives just as much attention from tourists as St. Louis, Kansas City is a fun vacation destination. This means that there are numerous options when it comes to booking a hotel room. Some of the most popular and affordable Kansas City hotels are Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown, Holiday Inn, Hyatt Place Kansas City Airport, Hampton Inn and Suites Country Club Plaza, and Crowne Plaza Downtown. If you are okay with spending a little extra on your accommodations, book a room at Embassy Suites Kansas City or Hilton President Kansas City.