Starting Rate: $172 Priced recently for Jun 28 - Jun 29, 2013
This luxury hotel is a modern landmark in Kansas City, the City of Fountains. Just steps from the hotel, the Diana and Cherubs fountain greets you at historic Country Club Plaza, where Seville-inspired architecture houses exclusive boutique shopping over 15 blocks. This luxury hotel in Kansas is well appointed, offering beautifully designed suites, an outdoor pool and elegant Oak Room Bar where guests can enjoy stunning views of the Plaza and live music five nights a week.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 2006
Year Renovated: 01/01/2009
Time Zone: GMT
The elegantly stylish decor of the Oak Bar along with the warmth of the fireplace and comfortable seating makes our bar feel refined yet inviting. Sophisticated guests of Kansas City enjoy spectacular views of the Country Club Plaza while relaxing in our
Tip. Try the authentic Spanish sangria. You will not be disappointed. An authentic tapas bar. The atmosphere is inviting and is a great place for friends to meet and gather. The strong Spanish influence is evident not only on the menu but in the decor.
Dubbed "the culinary jewel" of Kansas City's historically renovated Union Station, Pierpont's has gained the reputation of serving Kansas City's finest steak and seafood selections.
The 10oz. Westport Burger is a monster, but the best burger you will ever have. .
Tip Do not be alarmed, but the cashier will yell 'How may I help you?' the second you walk through the door. With seven locations in Kansas City, there is usually a Gates nearby. Voted one of Kansas City's best BBQ restaurants, order the delicate pork
Kona has the best happy hour in Kansas City between 3pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
The atmosphere here is relaxed and peaceful. Consequently, cell phone use is frowned upon.
The chocolate fondue makes an excellent dessert. A great fondue restaurant located directly across from the hotel. The ambiance is trendy, yet romantic.
Happy hour starts early, so to make sure you get a table, arrive just before 3pm. The unique menu is a melting pot for all tastes. The sidewalk or patio both offer lovely outdoor seating.
At the end of the meal the staff will bring you a tray of chocolate chip cookies. The menu captures the essence of Italy and the atmosphere is warm and inviting, with a staff that puts you at ease.
Although Kansas City is known for casual dining, this is one place where a blazer is part of the dress code. Located on the Country Club Plaza, Plaza III offers the best prime beef in Kansas City. The atmosphere is one of elegance and the restaurant was
The Oak Bar is situated adjacent to the lobby. A fine selection of beverage accompanies an upscale bar menu to please the palate. A large fireplace makes the room a warm meeting place on a brisk day, and the adjacent patio is a great place to enjoy a beve
Sports court onsite
Fitness center on-site
Tip: Enjoy a light lunch at Café Sebastienne, located in an enclosed courtyard. Visit the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. A 15-minute walk from the hotel will take you to the lovely Sculpture Gardens, which are the entrance to the museum.
Tip: Tour the several vineyards, which provide some of Kansas City's best wine Visit Weston, an historic city just north of Kansas City. The main street has several antique buildings which are part of the National Register of Historic Places. The store
Tip: The first Friday of every month is 'First Fridays', where all art galleries are open until 11pm and the public can enjoy street performances and celebrate Kansas City's local artists. Visit the Cross Roads District, which is the pivotal venue for
Tip: Arrive between 3pm and 5pm to avoid the crowds. This is the location of Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and The American Jazz Music Museum. Both are fantastic experiences and entertaining for all ages.
Tip: Have a drink on the terrace of Aixois, a well-known French restaurant in this area. An eight-minute drive from the hotel leads you to Crestwood. This enchanting neighborhood contains some of Kansas City's oldest houses.
Tip: Park at Union Station and walk across to the museums. Visit the World War I Museum and the Liberty Memorial. Both are visually stunning and offer a great adventure.
Tip: The outer jogging trail provides both views of the park and the antique homes in this area. Walk up to Loose Park and spend an hour strolling in a lovely, urban setting, or just sit in the park and watch the scenery unfold.
Tip: Every Friday between 5 - 8 pm the gallery serves appetizers and wine in the Rozelle courtyard. Visit the Nelson Atkins Museum and see its great collection of Asian art. The new Bloch Galleries which opened in June 2007 hold an astounding photograp
Tip: Do not leave before seeing one of Kansas City's best views, the Liberty Memorial, across from Union Station. Take a five-minute taxi ride to Union Station. There are unique stores and exhibitions in this vicinity.
Tip: Visit the chapel at sundown and make the most of Kansas City's amazing sunset. Located 30 minutes away from the hotel are Kansas City's Powell Gardens. Often described as 'a road trip for the soul' these botanical gardens will enchant you.
Tip: Be sure to visit the Arabia Steamboat Museum located in the River Market. Visit the River Market, which has over 25 restaurants and a traditional farmer's market. It has been a mainstay of Kansas City for 150 years.
Tip: The replica of the White House is a "must-see". This is the first Presidential Library in the country. Learn all the fascinating facts about the 33rd President of the United States.
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