Stayed one night to attend an event in downtown KC (Kauffman Center). It was very convenient (as long as you don't mind paying a premium for valet parking). We had a corner room which was very comfortable and quiet (even though we know we had neighbors because we saw them). The room itself was nicely appointed and had plenty of space in which to spread-out.
Traveller from Missouri
Located in the heart of Downtown Kansas City's business district; less than 2 blocks from the convention center, Power and …More
We enjoyed sleeping in their comfortable bed & using the shower and all. Hot breakfast was a big disappointment. Same country gravy and assuage patty for 3 days in a row & eggs weren't that good. The cold breakfast was quite impressive especially the fruits.
Located in Downtown Kansas City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kansas City City Hall and Sprint Center. Crown Center …More
They wouldnt let us park in the garage across the street cause it was full, but they had spots reserved for guest? and theyll park your car for $18, really didnt have a choice no parking any where else.Housekeeping needs to step it up. Check in time is 4pm, we waited an hour. As far as the location,it was perfect for the event we attended. Staff was great, bed was comfy, I would stay again .
Traveller from ks
Located in Downtown Kansas City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Municipal Auditorium and Sprint Center. Crown …More
Pocket Guide: Kansas City Downtown Kansas City Hotels
Kansas City is a great place for sports buffs. The Kansas City Chiefs play football at Arrowhead Stadium, the Kansas City Royals play baseball at Kauffman Stadium, and the Kansas City Brigade (arena football) play at Sprint Center. The Country Club Plaza is a popular shopping and entertainment complex. The National World War I Museum opened in late 2006 and is a great spot for history enthusiasts.