ST. LOUIS

As it celebrates its role as a second home to Midwestern luxury travelers, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis is heralding the future with a reimagined new interior. The transformation can now be seen in all of the hotel’s 299 luxury rooms and suites, where its latest designs are said to “showcase muted color palettes, contemporary geometric shapes, and the tranquil ambience of a contemporary spa retreat.”

The remastering takes further inspiration from the serene skies of the American Midwest, as blues, greys, and shades of white and cream add luxury and cross-generational appeal. Enhanced guest room features include sleek furnishings, new linens in blue and grey and subtle accents of leather and chrome.

“We are delighted to share these beautiful new guest rooms ... and the early response has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Amanda Joiner, general manager for The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. “These recent upgrades even further position the hotel as a luxury oasis for business travelers and families.”

The hotel’s new design extends to guest room corridors and circulation spaces as well, as soft blue and grey wall and floor coverings contemporize the landmark building’s elegant exterior. Second-floor meeting rooms continue the modern motif, with dimensional fabrics, ergonomic chairs and rich woods reflecting the same sophisticated interiors as seen in the hotel’s exquisite ballroom wing, which was transformed last year.

The Ritz-Carlton St. Louis includes more than 30,000 square feet of meeting space.