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Which hotel originally served as the largest train station terminal in the United States?

If you guessed the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton (1894) in St. Louis, Missouri, you guessed correctly! On September 1, 1894, the iconic Union Station opened its doors. After an arduous building process with designs by Theodore Link, the station's interior featured the Headhouse, a space originally utilized for the building's first hotel with a dining space, The Midway, and an expansive Train Shed. Built with elegant limestone construction and offering 22 railroad tracks, the station swiftly became the most monumental of its kind. 10,000 passengers per day stepped through Union Station's doors to get to their destination. Today, the hotel serves as a welcoming ground for new travelers to explore the city of St. Louis, and continue onto their next journey.

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