This extremely quaint and small B&B is located in the residential neighborhood of Westside North and just a five minute walk into downtown. It features only three rooms, but this appeals to many for their intimacy away from the hustle-and-bustle of typical hotels. The breakfast is phenomenal and the menu rotates from season-to-season; some items you will find when you wake up include Apricot, Apple and Walnut French Toast, Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Flan or a magnificent Toad-in-the-hole. Overall, this spot is a great option when staying in K.C.
The Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City has 184 guestrooms, 3,000 slot and video poker machines and more than 50 tables, thereby making this casino one of the biggest in the country. After you collect your winning chips, the hotel has nine appetizing dining options to choose from, selections include Pearl's Oyster Bar for more formal service and Amerisports Brew Pub for the casual diner. In addition to great cuisine, Ameristar also offers daycare services, a video arcade, playground and even a movie theater for children as well as adults.
Gamblers who want lots of gaming options and an affordable place to stay should consider this casino hotel located in the city's north end. This Harrah's has about 62,000 feet of gaming space, 2,000 slot machines and numerous table games make this paddle wheeler a gambler's paradise. Those who do not want to venture home can stay in the nearby 200-room hotel, also complete with a sports bar and casual and fine dining facilities. A children's arcade offers entertainment for the younger gamblers among us.
This 19-story hotel in the Country Club Plaza is a great place for business or pleasure. This Marriott offers class and comfort, as well as a host of amenities, including a fitness club, Jacuzzi and business facilities. The newly refurbished Union Station, complete with a science museum and fine dining, is within two miles of this hotel, and a renowned art museum is less than 1/4 mile away. A host of other restaurants and shops are all a short walk from this splendid hotel also.
It is no wonder that Conde Nast Magazine voted this one of the top 500 hotels in the world. Located near the Country Club Plaza along Brush Creek, this nine-story hotel permeates elegance. Built in 1927 as an apartment building, this splendid structure was transformed into a hotel in 1975. Today, guests can enjoy spacious rooms and fine dining during their stay. Two prints by the artist Raphael are proudly displayed in the lobby, offering travelers a touch of the art and flair of Old Europe.
This quaint boutique hotel located in downtown Kansas City was built in 1929 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The property exudes elegance and class, yet it doesn't retain the staidness of yesteryear, with its complimentary high speed wireless access, 32-inch flat screen TV's and pet friendly policies. Accommodations range from the better-than-standard 'Trunk Room' all the way to the 'Corner Executive' suite and each one in-between is luxury at its best. The in-house restaurant, 12 Baltimore, is also worth a visit for lunch or dinner.