Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Ctr, BW Premier Collection,  Grafton

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13653 Lodge Boulevard, 62037-2321, Grafton, United States - Ver el mapa
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Convertido en toda una obra maestra arquitectónica, este histórico albergue cuenta con techos abovedados de 15 metros apoyados en inmensas vigas, un tablero de ajedrez a escala natural y una inmensa chimenea de piedra de 700 toneladas. Un inmenso ventanal orientado al río Illinois y una terraza con zona de sombra le permitirán disfrutar de la inusitada belleza de este enclave. Siga el diseño de los suelos de madera natural hasta el restaurante Pere Marquette Lodge, que goza de gran popularidad entre los entusiastas del pollo frito y todos aquellos comensales que deseen disfrutar de especialidades norteamericanas clásicas. La bodega del hotel ofrece a los huéspedes galardonados vinos locales y la piscina cubierta de nuestro atrio cuenta con ventanales de suelo a techo e impresionantes vistas al valle y el río. Nuestras 72 habitaciones y cabañas con un completo equipamiento incluyen todo tipo de modernas comodidades con un aire decididamente rústico. Disfrute de una de nuestras cómodas cabañas con paredes de madera y piedra caliza situadas en el ala histórica con vistas al exuberante valle del río o una habitación doble con cama de matrimonio grande y vistas al parque. Salga del Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Center, BW Premier Collection® y adéntrese en el Parque Estatal Pere Marquette, el de mayor tamaño de Illinois con más de 3 200 hectáreas de recorridos para los visitantes. Muchos de ellos escogen las conocidas rutas de senderismo para contemplar las magníficas vistas a los valles del río y el resto de enclaves naturales de la zona, al tiempo que otros prefieren conducir por la carretera panorámica con numerosos miradores. Entre otras populares actividades del parque se incluyen equitación, escalada en roca, pesca, caza, ciclismo y paseos en barco. Haga una parada en el centro de visitantes Pere Marquette del parque para planificar una vibrante excursión y conozca de primera mano la vida de las águilas calvas que frecuentan la zona entre los meses de enero y marzo. En Grafton, los huéspedes podrán disfrutar de una gran variedad de bodegas, restaurantes y bares, muchos de ellos con actuaciones musicales en directo. Las compras son otro de los populares pasatiempos de la zona, junto con actividades de tirolina, recorridos en barco por el río, recolección de alimentos en Eckert's® Farm o recorridos a pie por el centro histórico. Otros enclaves para realizar excursiones en la zona incluyen los túmulos de Cahokia Mounds, el Arco de San Luis, el Science Center, la torre Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower, el zoológico de San Luis, el Museo de la Ciudad, el Museo Confluence y muchos otros lugares.

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Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Ctr, BW Premier Collection,Grafton
  • 5
    « Historic Lodge in beautiful setting »

    This is a beautifully restored CCC-built lodge in Pere Marquette State Park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our room was on the 2nd floor of the lodge with a nice view of the Illinois River. It was in the new addition to the historic lodge, but we would not have known it was new had we not been told. To see it from the outside, it doesn't look any different from the original lodge. The room was very spacious with king bed, large flat screen TV, desk, couch, and small refrigerator. The lodge is set in a forest with rooms in the lodge as well as several cabins set among the trees surrounding it. The beautiful rustic lobby had the high ceiling, huge timbers, hardwood floors, and stone work commonly seen in CCC buildings. A large fireplace anchored one end, and the inviting fire took some of the chill out of the autumn air. At the other end of the large lobby were tables and chairs that, on the night we were there, were occupied by several families playing various games. There was a large wooden Connect Four game and a huge wooden chess game with pieces as large as toddlers! So much fun!

    5
    « Annual trip »

    We drive from St Louis every fall to see the leaves change and eat at the Lodge. We always get excellent photos and have a delicious meal. Fried chicken on Sunday. Amaretto cheesecake was outstanding. Not too sweet with great almond flavor. One of these years we'll stay at the Lodge but we're honestly waiting for an upgrade. The rooms look pretty basic and outdated. I noticed a new 'winery' which was basically a wine bar this year.

    4
    « Nice time away from the city »

    We had a queen sized, cabin room, which was very spacious. We had a nice breakfast the next morning. The office staff were nice. We were able to walk around the big area around the lodge and walk down to the river.

    4
    « Iconic, but still good »

    Took my sister to lunch here. It was as nice as I remembered as a child. Food was good, and server was very nice; even tried to give us a "to-go" drink. This place has been here for a very long time (my wife told me her parents honeymooned here in 1948). The upkeep must be very difficult, but it still is a very gracious place to dine and stay. Very scenic this time of year, with leaves changing, and the lodge overlooks the Illinois River.

    5
    « Terrific fall family getaway »

    Beautiful scenery, serene atmosphere, and wonderful service! Went here for a quick weekend getaway with family--hiked, went to the visitor center, lots of swimming and fun family games in the lodge. We had a problem with the heating unit in our room which was quickly remedied by the front desk staff. Great stay!

    2
    « Lack of management »

    Arrived at 1:00 pm placed our name on the list, wait time 45". Checked out the dining room saw 5 tables ready and empty. Lots of people standing in the hallway waiting. 20" later still no one at those 5 tables. Hostess said they can't seat people 10" before shift change. That turned into 30" 5 to 9 tables open. Found the real reason why the wait. This Best Western dining room is a union ran house. Our waiter said they could get written up if they did someone else's job and we got there at shift change time. Our waiter was almost afraid to clean up our table so we could have coffee. Not the best experience when looking for lunch. The fried chicken was served family style and was very good, our waiter gave us good service.

    4
    « Relaxing »

    Such a great getaway, have been coming here for years. We used to stay in the rooms but have been staying in the cabins! Love it, just wish the cabins had Wi-Fi. Such a relaxing environment. Our favorite time of the year is the fall, when the leaves are changing and the air is crisp.

    4
    « Lovely setting. »

    Beautiful state park setting. The cabins are a bit old and dated and no Wi-Fi. But the Lodge is beautiful and the rooms are updated and more spacious. The restaurant at the Lodge is very good and the staff is courteous and friendly.

    5
    « Great day in Illinois just relaxing »

    Beautiful fall day and really enjoyed the lodge! We were able to play games into the night in the lodge and enjoyed ourselves. Wine tasting was fun and the area was gorgeous on the hiking trails. The restaurant's fried chicken was really good. And plenty of sides.

    4
    « Wedding Weekend »

    Such a beautiful unique place in a beautiful setting. We were there for a wedding which was outdoors with the reception inside, it was all so perfect! The rooms are large and the beds so comfortable. It was all I could do to keep from stealing the pillows they were so comfy!

  • 5
    « Always a good experience »

    We have stayed at Pere Marquette Lodge several times and always enjoy the experience. Our midweek fall stay was no exception. Our room in old section of lodge, accessible only by a short flight of stairs, was large and had comfortable furniture, including a sofa and large chair. The king bed was comfortable with lamps on both sides. The window in room opened to a river view. We also had access to the large lodge sitting area and restaurant. No complimentary breakfast, but Keurig coffeemaker in room and reasonably priced breakfast in restaurant. We also enjoyed the indoor pool in a room with large windows. Overall another pleasant stay. Comfortable rooms and great walking trails in the park.

    3
    « Needs to be Rustic and Elegant, not just Rustic »

    At approximately $170/night, the accommodations need to much more up to date and elegant. A rustic exterior and great hall is wonderful, but the interior room in which we stayed was in poor repair and in some places dirty. Bathroom fixtures were out-dated, furniture was worn and uncomfortable, television outdated with a faulty cable connection that produced a very poor picture. The beauty of the Park and the architecture of the lodge can be appreciated without spending the night.

    4
    « CABIN ROOM STAY »

    My husband and I stay here about every other year during the fall. The good: Great friendly staff, fantastic hiking trails with beautiful grounds and bluff/river views. Cabin rooms are secluded and very, very quiet. Good location for quick access to Grafton and a very scenic bike trail. The not-so-good: Lodge food is almost all deep fried and NO flavor. The cabin rooms are extremely outdated and the comfort of the bed was really rough! Overall, I would still recommend this to others!

    4
    « Nice getaway spot »

    Four stars because one night was spent in a cabin, other night in a room inside lodge. Cabin is more of a duplex, was moldy, and is detached from main lodge. Benefits of staying in a room were easy access to ice maker, vending machines, jacuzzi, pool, sauna, conference rooms, and restaurant. Parking is close and free. Restaurant isn't very quick, food is average but it is convenient. Jacuzzi, pool, sauna, and fitness were nice and everything was working. Wi fi is good most of time, spotty other times. There are also several hiking trails nearby.

    2
    « Going downhill »

    Stayed in the corner cabin. Very dark in the room. Nothing like the pictures that were shown. NO STONE inside the room whatsoever like every picture shows. The place needs a deep cleaning overall. Spiders and spider eggs everywhere. AC return vents had more fur growing on them than a beaver. Carpets had large dark stains. Bathroom was okay but sure could use updating. Clumps of hair around the top of the shower unit. The head end of the bed was lower than the foot end!! Had we paid $89-$99 it would be different. But when you pay $180 per night with tax we expect more and nicer. Food was good. And the area outside was beautiful. Wished there had been a hammock. I'd a rather slept outside. Perhaps staying in the lodge itself might be nicer.

    4
    « Charming and cozy »

    Rustic charm oozes out of Pere Marquette. The hand-cut timbers, limestone fireplace, hand-made furniture, and cedar roof all add up to a wonderful lodge. If older buildings with character are your thing, you simply must add Pere Marquette to your list of places to stay. Our particular room (224) had a bathroom door that wouldn't shut all the way. But this didn't bother us as the door is 2" thick solid oak that probably weighs more than most people - it afforded plenty of privacy even if it didn't shut completely. Moving up to 5 stars would require things like the bathroom door being fixed, the wood window screen not being torn, and having at least one K-cup coffee pod that wasn't decaf. For sure, these things are all minor in our eyes and they did not detract from our overall enjoyment. We loved our stay.

    5
    « Reunion Get Together »

    After being away for a number of years from the Grafton area, it was a real delight when our class representatives decided to hold our high school reunion (55th) at the Marquette Lodge. The room that we stayed in was spacious and very quiet at night. We were served a buffet dinner and the chicken was exceptionally good. The Great Room was very nice for classmates to sit and discuss "the old days".

    5
    « Great place for quiet lunch »

    Not your Manhattan five star, but a five star for scenery, service, ambiance and food value. Five of us dined for lunch for $70 plus tip. Brunches are much more crowded but this weekday afternoon was pleasant and peaceful.

    5
    « Another Great Stay at Pere Marquette »

    You can never go wrong with a quick trip over to Pere Marquette to get away from it all and relax. They had an Octoberfest going on with a German band outside on the patio. That was fun to listen to. The food was great at the restaurant and the pool felt refreshing.

    5
    « Loved our stay here! »

    We just spent four wonderful nights at the Lodge. Our room was quite large, king size bed, and at the end of the hallway which was very quiet. The pool was amazing and we had it to ourselves! We stayed Monday - Thursday night and since this is "off season" we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The staff were great - there was an issue when we checked in and went to our room it had not been cleaned. Staff took care of it immediately and gave us a voucher for dinner and knocked $25 off the room that night. The grounds are beautiful and I highly recommend taking the scenic drive - stunning! My only recommendation is to be sure to take bug repellent - I did get eaten by mosquitoes (outside, not in our room). We will definitely be back - great place! We also ate in the restaurant one evening for dinner - food was delicious and good service. A plus for us was no cell reception nor internet reception - it was great to "disconnect" for a few days!

  • 2
    « Be prepared for mosquitoes »

    Stayed in a cabin and killed over 20 mosquitoes during the night in the room. The floor lamp did not work nor did the remote work completely. The carpet was dirty and needed cleaning. The bathroom was very, very small. The wifi connection in the cabin was so poor our devices would not work. Would suggest staying in the lodge this time of year (Sept-Oct) because of the mosquitoes. Don't think it was a very good value at $109 a night. The restaurant had very good food.

    4
    « Lodge is Great for Families »

    We rented a cabin and enjoyed 2 nights at the Lodge. You can join two rooms together if you book in advance. The grounds are nice and shady. The pool was indoors. It was clean and the water was perfect. The fried chicken was really good. But they serve the same fried potatoes with everything. The winery is just a room in the lodge but they have a nice variety to try. $2.00 for tasting. The rooms could use a microwave and frig. They do have trouble with Wi-Fi.

    5
    « Great Place To Stay »

    This resort is very clean, staff nice, and grounds are beautiful. The fried chicken and cold slaw are exceptional and servers do a good job. We stayed in cabin 310 and unless your a skinney person I don't recommend it. The bathroom is very small. We had stayed in their other cabins and they are larger, so this was a surprise. There were some mosquitoes in the bathroom, so you might want to bring some spray. They really sneak in this time of year. Also watch for spiders and their webs. These are wooded areas, and the spiders home. The only problem we had was not being able to use our phone because we didn't have ATT. I thought we would have access to WiFi in the great hall room, but not so. Even with the little imperfections, I gave 5 stars, because we love staying there. I hope this review will help and encourage others to stay too

    4
    « Labor Day weekend family fun »

    This is my second stay here this year. This time we stayed in a cabin. We rented all three units in one cabin. The employees were very friendly at the front desk and immediately sprayed the mosquitoes that had gotten in the cabins as they were bad this weekend due to all the dampness. We took advantage of hiking, biking the River Rd trail, horseback riding, swimming and hanging out in the lodge. The restaurant food was good. Our lunch on Sunday ended up not so great as we waited for over an hour as the hostess gave our table away even though we had the mobile indicator device--so I recommend circling in regularly with the hostess if it is busy at all as the staff seemed overwhelmed handling the logistics of so many guests at one time. We had kids in our group so it was challenging. Food was good though. There was an outdoor wedding in SAT afternoon while we were there. It is a beautiful venue for a wedding! I want to reiterate how friendly the front desk employees, cleaning service employees and restaurant servers, winery bar were.

    5
    « Relaxing Getaway »

    We always enjoy the serenity and peace of staying at Pere Marquette Lodge near Grafton, IL. The on-site restaurant and winery add to the enjoyment and convenience of the stay. You can do as much...hiking, sightseeing, eagle watching, playing the oversized games in the great room...or as little...enjoying a glass of wine and a good book on the veranda or in the great room...as you wish! The rooms are vintage in keeping with the mid-century rustic vibe of the lodge, but are clean and comfortable. We have recently begun to stay in the cabins which are a bit more quiet and convenient to parking and unloading a vehicle. If the wifi reached all rooms, and the rooms were equipped with mini fridges and microwaves, it would be perfect!

    5
    « Family Reunion base of operations »

    This is a great "out of the way" location but still close enough to other attractions to make it good for a base to explore the area. Depending on your time of year visiting, we took in a Cardinals ball game, went downtown grafton and walked main street shopping and lunching, etc. We arranged a dinner for the family in the lodge's restaurant and had excellent service. The indoor pool came in handy to help wear out the kids in our party. We were able to bring in bagels for a breakfast in the lodge's great room that included both guests and other family that weren't staying. We had plenty of room to visit and no one bothered us at all!

    4
    « Charming!! »

    This was just the most charming little lodge!! If you rent a cabin you will feel more secluded, however the restaurant & pool are in the main house. Very good place if you want to unwind. No phone signal at all. I didn't have dinner there, but breakfast was really good. If you're not boating there's not a whole lot to do in Grafton.

    4
    « Anniversary Celebration »

    Great cabin. Nice romance package (box of chocolates, champagne, and $50 voucher for dinner at the lodge). Everything was well done. Gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because we had no WiFi service in the cabin. Do not know if it had WiFi or it was broken.

    4
    « Love the Lodge! »

    I wished I could have stayed longer but the availability was limited. I love the rustic look and the state park area. We took the ferry across to Missouri. If we lived closer I would like to take advantage of their weekend events like Mystery dinners and seasonal activities. They say this place is haunted but nothing would scare me away...will be back!

    5
    « A Wonderful Getaway! »

    I took my four grandchildren, ages:11, 9, 4 and 3 for two days and 3 nights to Peres Marquette Lodge. We stayed in one of the cabins. We stayed August 7 - 10, and the weather was gorgeous! The cabin was very clean and smelled fresh not musty. We arrived on Sunday during the Peach Festival and the lodge had many activities for the kids. Afterwards we went straight to the pool and hot tub area which was clean and had plenty of available towels. The kids played for several hours there, then road bikes around the complex before going to bed. At Pere Marquette stables, we enjoyed trail rides for the oldest two and myself, and pony rides for the younger two. We hiked, went to Raging River and spent time at the visitors center learning about the area. Most meals were at the Lodge Restaurant which has excellent food and service. The only negative during the whole vacation was the mosquitos, so take repellant. It is a great value and close to home (St. Louis). Will visit again soon!

  • 5
    « Loved the Lodge for a Group »

    Pere Marquette Lodge was a great place to hold a family reunion. Everything was excellent except there were mosquitos in the cabin rooms; in retrospect, we should have notified the front desk to have that dealt with. Reservations are needed to eat meals at the restaurant.

    5
    « A very favorite place!! »

    Room was very nice, and clean. It had safety features for older guests like muself (85). Very convenient to the restaurant, pool and everything. Food at the restaurant was the best, and priced reasonably. Everyone that I dealt with was courteous, friendly and helpful. I have been there 2 years in a row, and plan to return next year. There are a lot of interesting places to see in that area.

    5
    « Nice place to relax »

    For the price you can not beat this place. It had a nice cabin, great clean pool, good food, and most important peace. For the price, it is well worth it for family or couples.It also has riding stables, and Grafton has great places to shop.

 

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·Desde el aeropuerto internacional de Lambert-Saint Louis: tome la carretera interestatal I-70 oeste hacia Lindbergh Boulevard North. tome la salida hacia la carretera I-270 norte (a Chicago). tome la carretera nacional 367 norte hasta Alton, Illinois, y continúe por Alton. Gire a la izquierda en la Alton Bridge y pase tres semáforos. Gire a la izquierda en el tercer semáforo hacia la carretera nacional 100. Siga la carretera nacional 100 hacia Grafton, Illinois y, a continuación, recorra 8 kilómetros hasta el Pere Marquette State Park and Lodge. El Pere Marquette Lodge & Conference Center, BW Premier Collection® estará situado a la derecha pasada la zona de acampada. ·Desde Chicago o Spring...

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