InterContinental Kansas City At The Plaza
Greet your morning with a spectacular view of the grand architecture of the Country Club Plaza, inspired by the beauty of the southern Spanish town, Seville. Take a leisurely five-minute walk to historic Loose Park and Rose Garden, a local favorite for morning walks and tranquil reflection. Return to the hotel for a hearty and nutritious breakfast at American Slang Modern Brasserie. With a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients, the menu offers a wide array of artistically crafted dishes that merge classic American comforts with French influences.
Energized, prepare for a day of exploring Kansas City's blend of history and culture. Adjacent to Country Plaza is the Nelson Atkins Museum, which holds over 33,000 pieces of artwork and is recognized as one of America's finest art museums. Next door, find the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and the Kansas City Art Institute. Immerse yourself in the captivating exhibits and discover the history and culture of art masterfully showcased at these museums. Then enjoy an elevated shopping experience at the Country Club Plaza, home to famous designer stores and enchanting, local boutiques.
As evening falls, Kansas City's nightlife comes alive. Start your evening off by dining at Fiorella's Jack Stack, a local favorite barbecue restaurant. Or let our Concierge team provide information about other notable restaurants, offering dining suggestions based upon your preferred cuisine and ambiance. After dinner, embrace the flavor of Kansas City and explore the local jazz clubs, such as the popular Phoenix Kansas City. Enjoy classic cocktails and lively music at our own Oak Bar, where live jazz fills up the room six nights a week.
Kansas City is known as the City of Fountains, with over 200 fountains in the metropolitan area. Spotting the fountains is a fun activity; ask the Concierge for the Plaza Fountain Guide.
Before becoming the 33rd President of the United States, Harry S. Truman lived in Independence, Missouri, part of Kansas City's metropolitan area.
Kansas City has varied options for theater with more professional theaters per capita than any US city.