The St. Louis Rams have a new home away from the Edward Jones Dome home: The Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark and its soon-to-open rooftop bar and restaurant, Three Sixty.
When the NFL season begins, the Hilton Ballpark will be the official hotel of the Rams, and Three Sixty will be their official postgame location.
Although the hotel's Busch Stadium-side location has made it a favorite for Cardinals fans, this new designation is all about football.
This partnership brings Rams fans a number of special benefits and advantages at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, such as discounted rooms with the STL Sports Fan Discount and an exclusive Rams ticket package that includes tickets to a game, autographed photos of Rams players, and game programs.
It also means that Three Sixty will host a postgame party after all Rams home games, some including appearances by Rams alumni players, Rams cheerleaders and executives. Three Sixty's skilled mixologists will even be whipping up special Rams-themed drinks. For Rams season-ticket holders, Three Sixty will include special offers in their yearly season-ticket packet.
"We look forward to partnering with the Hilton St. Louis Ballpark and Three Sixty for the benefit of Rams fans everywhere," says Kevin Demoff, executive vice president of football operations/chief operating officer, St. Louis Rams. "For those fans traveling to St. Louis for Rams games, the Hilton St. Louis Ballpark will be the ultimate hotel destination complete with on-site access to Three Sixty, which will provide visitors and locals alike a fun atmosphere and unrivaled views of downtown. We think this will become a tremendous gathering space for Rams fans."
Opening July 25, the new Three Sixty rooftop bar and restaurant at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark promises to be a popular perch from which to enjoy a sweeping view of downtown and savor a cocktail and bite to eat.
As its name implies, Three Sixty will offer unparalleled views-indoor and out-of the riverfront, Arch, city skyline and every base in Busch Stadium. Seating 275 and holding up to 400 people, this year-round facility has a flexible design that allows a portion to be closed off during colder months (like the latter months of the football season), making it the newest St. Louis entertainment landmark, regardless of the weather.
"With over 6,000 square feet of space, Three Sixty has plenty of room to pack in the Rams fans," says LHM president Steve O'Loughlin. "And since the hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from the Edward Jones Dome, we think Three Sixty is the perfect place for a post-game celebration."
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, 1 South Broadway, Downtown, 314.421.1776