Your booking experience in Kansas City
Budget hotels in Kansas City
A more budget-friendly alternative would be Comfort Suites Kansas City, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 92US$. Courtyard Kansas City Airport is a good option for budget travelers seeking a hotel in Kansas City near Hallmark Youthcare Of Kansas.
Proximity to public transport
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you're planning your first trip to Kansas City, consider staying in the city center in the hotels like Hotel Phillips and Kansas City Marriott Downtown. There are 10 hotels in Country Club Plaza district, including Sheraton Suites Country Club Plaza, which will help make your 20 minutes' walk to Broadway Church easy.
Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, Autograph Collection is situated within walking distance of a museum and a college as well as National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. One of the Kansas City's unique attractions is Science City, which you can easily discover while staying at Residence Inn By Marriott Kansas City Downtown Union Hill and Hilton President Kansas City.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Located 1.1 miles from Redeemer Fellowship Church, luxury Redeemer Fellowship Church offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. For hotels near Ameristar Casino, check out Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City with its atmospheric rooms and a casino and a patio. The 3-star Surestay Plus Hotel By Best Western Kansas City Northeast is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
45 B&Bs in Kansas City are available for booking, such as Steps To Shops, Eats, Easy Access + W&D, Zencity or Power & Light District, Dt View + Roof, Zencity. Travelers visiting Kansas City on business might want to stay at Holiday Inn Kansas City Airport, which features a casino, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near KCI Expo Center, such as Quality Suites Kansas City International Airport or Drury Inn & Suites Kansas City Stadium.
Say ''Wild Wild West''.
This is what Kansas used to be before it became ''The Heart of America''. Today it outnumbers Paris by the quantity of fountains and makes Rome doubt whether its century proven leadership in architecture is so indisputable.
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But fountains are not the only to look at in Kansas. This is a fruitful land for inventions that changed the world. Surprising for a city that rose from dusty plains, it was here that Almon Stowger of El Dorado who invented something that put the world at the path of globalization – the dial telephone - in 1889. A bit later in 1909 William Purvis and Charles Wilson of Goodland would prove that men can fly without wings…with the help of the helicopter and Omar Knedlik of Coffeyville would make your fizz stay cool with the first frozen carbonated drink machine in 1961.
Innovation is not all when it comes to Kansas City. It is regarded as one of the windiest cities in America with extremes of hot and cold, like 32 degC in summer and below 17degC in winter. This is a city with rough character – from the weather to the way the city looks. Attractions include;
- Kansas City Palace, the tallest office tower structure in Missouri
- The Nelson-Atkins Museum marked the beginning of the stunning Euro-Style Bloch addition in 2007
- The towering Power and Light Building, done in Art Deco style
Today Kansas is inspired by modernity - reflected in the high-rises dominating the city but still with plenty of elements of its past.
Kansas is a destination to test your nerve. What shaped it like that? This is a result of a series of extraordinary moments in the history of Kansas. Officially incorporated on March 28, 1853, it changed hands several times, but a real problem occurred when the Civil War reached the city, something it would take time it to recover from. Post-war growth was slow and had only gined momentum just before World War II interrupted. After the war growth was swift however and Kansas metropolitan area gained a population of about 400,000 residents and doubled its size from 1940 to 1960.
But today for the most of tourists Kansas is not its history, but a city for world's best barbeque and jazz playing in night clubs. You can see and experience all of this with a good hotel in Kansas at .