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Napoleon's Retreat Bed and Breakfast Inn *

Elegant yet affordable mansion
Within walking distance from downtown, this B&B offers an elegant and affordable place to stay. Private baths, cable, Internet, and full breakfast included.

Tags: Mixed Gay/Straight, Outdoor Patio, Wi-Fi Internet, Food, $$$ - Moderate, $$ - Standard, Bed & Breakfast, Family Friendly, VCR/DVD in room, Fireplaces, Kitchen, Open year round

1815 Lafayette Ave (S. 18th St.)
St. Louis, MO 63104
Lafayette Square

(314) 772-6979


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  • ClamatoDreams gave this place *
    This was a gay owned and managed B&B. One of the guys was really nice and friendly. As a local, I've never needed to stay there, but I am in the neighborhood quite frequently. The owners just sold out and moved to CA. I don't know anything about its new owners or its current status.

    November 28, 2011

  • LEDEN is now a fan

    December 8, 2010

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    December 8, 2010

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    April 10, 2010

  • dochhall3 gave this place *
    NICE B&B
    Tastefully restored and decorated, nice neighborhood. Rooms are comfortable except when the hosts shut off your air conditioning saying you like your room too cool (70). Breakfast is ok, lacking originality.

    June 30, 2009

  • Gaytravelers gave this place *
    Great Bed and Breakfast. Wonderful breakfast, lovely rooms. Owners are extremely hospitable and friendly. Nice location just 1/2 block off Jackson Square. Close to bars, restaurants and shopping. We have met some lovely guests there that have turned out to be great friends. Just a VERY NICE PLACE !

    May 23, 2009

  • LEDEN gave this place *
    We have stayed a couple of times and everything is always perfect. The food is wonderful. The house at the holidays is beyond beautiful. THe cottage is a great little treat!
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    March 14, 2009