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Kansas City Hotels

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Featured Kansas City Hotels

Kansas City is a major Midwestern hub with 55 million people living within a day’s drive of the city. The diverse range of highlights, from an impressive jazz music scene to performing arts venues, iconic barbecue, are spread throughout the area, so you don’t have to look far to find great hotels in Kansas City or nearby.

Things to See

Founded in 1838, Kansas City boasts long and storied roots in American history that are still visually evident in many attractions. Stop at Clark’s Point and stand on the spot where Lewis and Clark first surveyed the area in 1806. The Harry S. Truman National Historic Site, which includes the one-time home of President Harry S. Truman, dates back to the 1890s and preserves its early 20th century features while offering a glimpse into the early and post-presidential life of this American icon. See Union Station for a prime example of a historic site that’s gained new life from renovations in 1997 to the original 1914 rail station. The Station now houses a planetarium, an interactive science center, a live theatre, a rail exhibit and more. Families will enjoy witnessing and joining in creative construction at LEGOLAND Discovery Center, discovering friendly aquatic creatures at SEA LIFE Aquarium, visiting the 202-acre Kansas City Zoo or the Schlitterbahn Kansas City Water Park. Business travelers as well as those visiting for leisure will enjoy the rich cultural, creative, commercial and culinary offerings of the downtown area, particularly in the Power & Light District epicenter, which hosts more than 50 bars, restaurants, entertainment venues and shops.

Hotels in Kansas City

Hotels in Kansas City range from elegant buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places to contemporary constructions with luxurious amenities. Many locations feature outdoor pools for a summer splash, and some offer indoor pools, letting you swim in any season. Kansas City is busiest during the summer and holiday seasons, and low rates during January and February are accompanied by equally low temperatures. You’ll find a comfortable spring shoulder season from March to May, with gradually warmer temperatures and minimal crowds.

Where to Stay

Kansas City straddles the state line between Kansas and Missouri, so you can stay in either state and enjoy accommodations only minutes from the city’s best highlights. If you’re having trouble keeping track of your location, remember that anything west of State Line Road is in the state of Kansas, and hotels east of State Line Road are in Kansas City, Missouri. Stay downtown for easy access to the Library District and Power and Light District. Head further south towards Westport and 39th Street to stay in the heart of the city’s nightlife. Around 18th and Vine you’ll find the bustling jazz district, ideal for visitors interested in barbecue and blues music.

How to Get to Kansas City

The Kansas City International Airport (MCI) is the best choice for visitors flying into the area. Kansas City’s bus system includes six routes to get you around the city. Passengers enjoy Wi-Fi on all MAX vehicles and Metro buses, so you can plan your next activity while you’re en route. Affordable visitor passes make it easy to utilize public transportation throughout your stay. You can purchase a single pass to bike for 30 minutes at a time at the Kansas City B-Cycle program, or invest in a multi-day pass for unlimited rides over the course of a day, week or month, and there are stations around the city.

Latest Kansas City Hotel Reviews

By Lanit
Breakfast was very good. The shower could have been larger. Front desk was not very helpful with a late checkout due to surgery schedule. [Less]
KU mes
By Mosiyeq
Across the street from KU Med with restaurants within walking distance [Less]
Comfortable bed and great service
By Mell
Overall, our stay was great, the bed was comfortable, the amenities were good, the breakfast options were excellent. its conveniently located near plenty of dining options and easily accessible from [More] the interstate. The staff was responsive to issues so overall we were satisfied with our stay. [Less]
By Double S
Room was nice, definitely preferred this king room over the queen room I usually end up getting at Candlewood (much more spacious). I had hoped for an early check-in but had to wait until the room [More] was clean. Convenient location, close to shopping and dining. I felt the price was a little bit high but maybe because of the proximity to other attractions in the area that makes sense? [Less]
Great service
By Royals2017
Had large group. Was able to grill for 18 even in rain because of covered area. [Less]
Home away from Home Great Service.
By Princess Mii
This hotel was very efficient for a home away from home. They provide mostly all that you would need to cook and preserve after cooking. It's safe, moderate noise and shopping is close for a great [More] time. It's accessible to mostly all that one would need during travel. The staff was courteous and knowledgeable as well as friendly and helpful at all times. I would definitely recommend staying in this hotel. [Less]
Great place to stay.
By Not neccesary
I chose this location because of travel. I was heading south in the morning so I wanted to be south of KC. I stayed at this location many times when it was another motel. I was pleased to see the [More] change. I set up two rooms one HC and we got rooms next to each other. I didn't get to enjoy the pool area, but would have liked to. I will suggest a change to the HC room. This room had a walk in shower that was set up well. The room offered one Queen bed a sleeper sofa. We had to have the HC room but needed two beds. A second bed would have been better received. I didn't see many cars there so I'm assuming they had many vacancies. We had I believe children over us that ran back and forth. There feet pounded the floor and lasted for a good while. This did end before I turned my lights out. I think children should be placed on the first floor as much as possible knowing that they will and need to run. Not a rant, just a suggestion. [Less]
Friendly helpful staff
By Pv kid
Good stay as always, I believe the breakfast choices have decreased. [Less]
Business Manager
By Chuck
Everything was great. Mrs Cynthia helped make sure my stay was great too. [Less]

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