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Around every corner, there is something unique to experience in Kansas City. Our thriving arts scene, emerging mix of entertainment and sports It is safe to say we can cover every individuals fancy. Dont miss a step in Kansas City with these intoxicating options! The P&L (Power and Light District), as we locals call it, is the place to see and be seen. With live music flowing, shopping aplenty, and the only nine blocks of the city where you can drink on the street, its always an interesting night in the Power and Lights. This historic neighborhood is home to the Crossroads Art District, where you will find dozens of galleries among the renovated warehouses and industrial buildings. Feast your eyes on the art and your stomach at one of the great area restaurants. Located just west of downtown, West Bottoms shows off the industrial side of town, best known for its legacy in the stockyards. Still showing its livestock roots, its also home to the American Royal and former location of the Word Series of Barbecue. Home to the City Market, one of the nations largest farmers market, and the first incorporated district in Kansas City; history comes alive in the River Market - especially at the Steamboat Arabia Museum.
An Art Deco masterpiece in the heart of downtown, the Hotel Phillips is a popular choice with guests who appreciate the charm and character of a grand and historic hotel. The hotel's address was once occupied by a haberdashery operated by President Harry S. Truman and his brother. Today, the hotel's top floor suite is named in his honor. Built in the 1930's, this 20-story luxury hotel, a national landmark, continues to exude all the elegance of the period with modern amenities. Many of the original details remain, including the walnut paneling, intricate metalwork, 20-story mail chute, Art Deco light fixtures and a gilded winged statue of the goddess Dawn. The 216 rooms are cozy, characteristic of a historic hotel, and comfortable, with modern amenities such as complimentary WiFi, multiple charging outlets, flat screen TVs, plump duvets, high-end linens, C.O Bigelow bath products and Keurig coffee. The hotel's highly celebrated restaurant, Tavernonna Italian Kitchen, serves chef driven breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, happy hour, and weekend brunch. Guests enjoy artisanal coffee and pastries from the hotel's stylish coffee shop, Kilo Charlie, and sneak down to the 1930's inspired speakeasy bar, P.S., through the hidden entrance near the front desk for craft cocktails and small bites. Additional amenities include a business center, room service, a 24-hour gym, massages available by appointment, and event space rental available by reservation with the sales team. Valet parking is available for a fee. Right in the middle of downtown, Hotel Phillips is one block from the Power & Light District, eight lively blocks of restaurants, nightclubs and theaters, one block from the city's streetcar, and six blocks from the Sprint Center, ranked third in the US among sports arenas. The airport is 19 miles away. More than just a hotel, the Hotel Phillips is an experience, a step back in time to a more gracious era. Everyone deserves t