Peut-être aucun autre auberge incarne le style et l'élégance de fin du 19ème siècle de Saint Louis. Cette exquise 1880 secondes Empire français est situé dans le quartier historique national de Lafayette Square, choisi comme l'un des plus beaux quartiers de la nation et à un mile au sud du centre-ville. L'élégance de la retraite de Napoléon reflète le charme et le raffinement d'une époque révolue dans une atmosphère détendue et confortable. Unique et décorée avec goût, chaque chambre climatisée dispose de lits queen et salles de bains privative moderne avec des équipements amende de bain, d'un réfrigérateur, d'une télévision et sans fil. Bien sûr, un petit-déjeuner gastronomique complet est inclus. Lafayette Park est juste autour du coin, idéal pour un jogging matinal ou soir Stoll. Nous sommes à distance de marche de 8 restaurants et de nombreux magasins pittoresques. Visitez-nous et l'expérience de notre hospitalité chaleureuse, petits déjeuners gourmands, et l'enthousiasme à partager tout ce que Saint Louis a à offrir à nos clients.
5 sur mai 11, 2014
Napoleon's Retreat is everything you want in a B and B and more. A lovely house in a gorgeous location with parking available right in front, a beautiful room with a very comfortable bed, a wonderful host who wants to make it easy for the guests to have a lovely stay, and finally the most delicious gourmet breakfasts. We enjoyed being treated like valued guests, and only wish we could have stayed longer!
5 sur mars 07, 2012
When I originally researched this B&B it was still under the previous ownership. After making reservations with the new owners, I was slightly hesitant as new owners generally have an adjustment period. If there was one, it was relatively short, as the experience was fantastic. Stacy is incredibly knowledgable of the surrounding neighborhoods and is always willing to give suggestions. They also have taken steps to alleviate some of the issues that arose from the prior owners such as after hours calls. Breakfast - All breakfasts had a French cooking style to them and were wonderful and very filling. Every morning started with a fruit-based first course, followed by the breakfast entree. The coffee ground fresh but was weak by our standards. This should not reflect poorly on the B&B as Stacy will make stronger coffee at the request of her guests. I think that weak coffee is a St. Louis trend as none of the coffee we consumed while in St. Louis was particularly strong. Room - We stayed in the Napoleon room. Very spacious and quiet as it encompasses the entire 3rd floor of the house. It has it's own bathroom and a single person jacuzzi tub. While I did not use it my wife did and she completely enjoyed it. The sleeping area is seperate from a sitting area and allows for space if needed. Overall - A very enjoyable stay. Will visit again the next time we are in St. Louis.
5 sur août 12, 2010
This was our first stay at Napoleon's retreat, the hosts were delightful. The room was impeccable and incredibly comfortable. The neighborhood was beautiful and really enjoyed walking around the park. We will definitely return.
4,2 sur juillet 11, 2010
We recently stayed at Napoleon's Retreat for a long weekend in St. Louis. The house was beautiful and clean. The food was delicious. The innkeepers did a great job of making us feel comfortable. Plus, the house is centrally located and close to a lot of fun things. We really enjoyed our time there. Thanks!
2,6 sur mai 19, 2010
The Napoleon room that we stayed in was quite large and had a separate sitting area which was nice. However, the decor was rather dated and a hodge podge of furniture. It was not up to the standards that I would expect at a classy B&B. The public areas were nicer. The most disappointing thing was the innkeepers were not very welcoming and seemed to be in a bad mood for most of the weekend. The location is good with numerous restaurants in easy walking distance.
4,0 sur novembre 03, 2009
Beautiful B&B. Awesome room. Worth a stay. Nice helpful innkeeper. Beautiful location, near nice dinner/drink area. Great bed, slept very well. Recommended!
4,6 sur août 02, 2009
Always our first choice when we stay in St. Louis. The bed & breakfast is located in a great little section of the city within walking distance of a few restaurants, wine bars, etc. and with easy access to the highway. The breakfast is great and Michael & Jeff are excellent hosts.
4,8 sur juillet 31, 2009
We were lucky enough to stay at Napoleon's Retreat while visiting St. Louis from California. What a contrast to west coast B & B's, the value you get at Napoleon's Retreat is outstanding! We stayed in the Burgundy Room which was huge and beautifully deocorated. The rest of the Inn is just as nice. It's beautiful but still comfortable. The bath attached to the room was spacious, well appointed and sparkling. it was everything we could ask for. The garden is charming. Jeff and Michael are great hosts, they gave us really great advice on where to eat and how to get around town and the neighborhood near the Inn had super dining opportunities.
4,4 sur juin 19, 2009
Absolutely wonderful location, perfect spot. Love the spacious Lafayette room. Bath a little small, but adequate. nice breakfast and hospitality. Great location for nearby restaurants.
3,6 sur mars 11, 2009
The inn was in a perfect, fun, and interesting area. Michael and Jeff were so knowledgeable about local attractions and providing directions. The thematic decor and accompanying artwork but to a lovely weekend getaway retreat.
St. Louis, MO (STL-Lambert-St. Louis Intl.) 18 miles
Du centre-ville et de l'Arc, prendre le marché Saint-ouest de 18th St. Tournez à gauche. 18th St. devient le Truman Parkway. Passez 1/2 mile à Lafayette Ave. Tournez à droite et passez un bloc à 1815 Lafayette Avenue.
Parc d'attractions, Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Casino, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Zone naturelle, Jardins botaniques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Copieur
Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Internet dans la chambre, Bureau, Cheminée, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Wi-Fi
Billard , Golf, Parc de marche victorienne, Shopping, Excursion, Piscine, Terrain de tennis
Stacy & Brian
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien , Vegan, Gluten-free
Farine 2 tasses tout usage, le sucre 1/2 tasse, 2 cuillères à café de levure chimique, 1/4 tasse (1/2 bâton) de beurre froid, moitié groseilles tasse, le zeste de 1/2 cuillère à café de citron, le jus d'un citron, 1 / 2 demi-tasse et demi, 1 oeuf Dans un bol moyen à grand, mélanger la farine, le sucre et la poudre à pâte. Couper le beurre jusqu'à ce que le mélange soit grumeleux. Incorporer les raisins de Corinthe, le zeste de citron et le jus de citron. Battre l'oeuf avec la moitié et la moitié et ajouter aux ingrédients secs, en remuant jusqu'à consistance homogène. Mettre la pâte sur une surface légèrement farinée et former un grand cercle, 3/4 à 1 pouce d'épaisseur. Coupez-les en quartiers 8-10 (selon la taille désirée) et placer sur une plaque à pâtisserie légèrement graissée. scones Badigeonner avec un œuf battu ou du mélange oeuf-lait pour une belle finition, et cuire au four à 375 pendant 10-15 minutes ou jusqu'à coloration dorée.