Suburban Extended Stay
148 Regency Park
O Fallon, IL 62269
Phone: (618) 589-3696
Fax: (618) 589-3686
Auto racing is growing in popularity in the United States and this track brings the high-speed excitement of motor sports to the area. The banked, oval track of Gateway International Raceway hosts NASCAR and Indy racing on its 1.25-mile course. Top Fuel, Funny Cars and Super Stocks all vie to be the fastest down the quarter-mile drag strip. Evening racing events are popular with many fans, so the track does have lighting. Some of the upper grandstand seats are equipped with backs.
Plying the roads of St. Louis since 1940, ABC Cab Company is the company to contact for reliable transportation in the city. With a team of well-experienced drivers and an able support staff, the company provides customers with prompt service to and from any location. This company also undertakes package deliveries, does grocery runs and even picks up prescription drugs. When ABC Cab claims to be the largest taxi service company in St. Louis, there's very little reason to doubt it.
Carl's Taxi Cab will take you anywhere in the USA. They have a fleet of licensed, bonded and insured taxis that include Lincoln Town cars, Crown Victorias and Grand Marquees. If you are traveling with pets, then don't worry about the fare...you won't be charged extra. The company also delivers packages, groceries and handles emergencies, medical and otherwise. The drivers employed with the company are professional and can speak different languages. Long distance travelers receive a discount.
The historic 555 Washington building is a venue that is rented out for special events. This five-story structure has elaborate renaissance detailing and the entrance is on Washington Avenue. The building is a symbol of revival of Downtown, a grand old building with modern amenities is still in use. The 6-story atrium is located at the center of the building. This space can be customized to suit any event including weddings, fashion shows, exhibitions, performances and conferences. It is the perfect place to host a dinner party and a cocktail reception for about 300 guests.
Cervantes Convention Center is nestled in America's Center Convention Complex and is a premier corporate venue. This downtown center features five exhibit halls with a total capacity of 24,000 and 80 versatile meeting rooms. Equipped with the latest modern technology and expert staff, this space will turn your event into a successful one.
A part of the bustling downtown area of the city, the America’s Center Convention Complex is a modern events complex. Formerly known as the Cervantes Convention Center, it is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and excellent support staff. This spacious center features 80 meeting rooms, a ballroom, a dome theater and an exclusive conference center. The catering services here ensure that you are not served a typical boring meal; the menu is prepared in consultation with the event organizers and planners. Apart from that, it has ample parking space and visitor information center that provides maps, brochures, event schedule and other details. For booking and sales inquiry, check website.
Baseball is more than just sport to the locals; it is a near-sacred institution. Fans have plenty of reason to be proud of their Cards, who have won multiple World Series titles and National League championships. Locals and visitors alike flock to Busch Stadium to watch their favorite players in action. Witnessing an exciting game amid the sea of red-wearing Cardinal fanatics in this gorgeous stadium is a memorable experience.
Marking the division point between America's east and west, St. Louis is a major metropolis with a history rooted in the nation's westward expansion. The land was an important part of the Mississippian culture, though was claimed as part of the French Louisiana territory in 1678. After conflicts between British forces for the area, the land was ceded to the United States in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. The claim to St. Louis came at a time of significant exploration for the United States, and was an important departure point for settlers making the treks to Santa Fe or Oregon. One of the city's most iconic landmarks is the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial National Park, which holds the tallest man-made monument in the United States, the iconic stainless steel Gateway Arch.
Founded in 1903 as a settlement house for immigrants, Grace Hill has become a community asset and has continued to expand its services. In 1906, it opened the first of its six health centers. Today it offers health programs, elderly care, family and children's resources, day care centers, employment assistance, help for the homeless and emergency services. Community residents can participate in the MTDE program (More Time Dollar Exchange), which barters services for "time dollars." Earned time dollars can be spent at participating businesses in the community.
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church was built to cater to the Polish Catholic community St. Louis. Established in 1880, the church was designed by Wessbecher & Hummel in the Polish Cathedral style. The structure features a red brick facade, with two tall towers on either side. Though called a church, St. Stanislaus functions independently of the Archdiocese of St. Louis. A legal battle between the Archdiocese and the church management brought the church into the city's headlines; it was finally resolved in 2013.
One of the oldest hospitals in St. Louis, this facility houses a cancer center/oncology department and a maternity care/birthing center. Cardiac care, an outpatient clinic and a fitness center are also available, as are community education programs, hospice care and a 24-hour emergency room.
As part of Saint Louis University, Chaifetz Arena is a state-of-the-art modern arena. Equipped with high-end sound and lighting systems, this space boasts a capacity of 10,600 seats, 16 suites and a club to host social events or private parties.