Several St. Louis downtown hotels are offering special room rates to fans traveling to the 2014 MVC Men's Basketball Championship. A complete list of the participating hotels and team assignments appears below.

TEAMHOTELMain Number / Reservations
Bradley Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch 314-655-1234 / (888) 421-1442
Drake Hilton St. Louis Hotel at The Ballpark (314) 421-1776 / (877) 845-7354
Evansville Omni Majestic (314) 436-2355 / (800) 843-6664
Illinois State Embassy Suites St. Louis - Downtown (314) 269-5900 / (800) 362-2779
Indiana State Hilton St. Louis Downtown (314) 436-0002 / (800) 445-8667
Loyola Renaissance St. Louis Grand (314) 621-9600 / (800) 397-1282
Missouri State St. Louis Union Station Hotel (314) 621-5262 / (855) 271-3620
Northern Iowa HoteLumiere (314) 881-7777
Southern Illinois Hilton St. Louis at The Ballpark (314) 421-1776 / (877) 845-7354
Wichita State Westin St. Louis (314) 621-2000 / (800) 937-8461
Fans/Bands/Cheerleaders Crowne Plaza Downtown St. Louis (314) 621-8200 / (800) 925-1395
Tournament Headquarters Sheraton St. Louis City Center (314) 231-5007 / (888) 627-8096

The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission has secured additional limited room blocks for Valley fans at downtown St. Louis hotel properties for the 2014 MVC Men's Basketball Championship. These rooms, which are not part of the institutional fan block at team hotels nor available at the same rates as those hotels, can be secured beginning on Monday, January 6. Valley fans can go to to book rooms through the "2014 Missouri Valley Conference Men's Basketball Supplemental Fan Block." Room rates at participating hotels will vary according to availability.


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