The staff is great and the rooms were better than the average hotel. The only issue was that the walls seem a bit thin. In the morning, we hears housekeeping knock on doors and we heard it loudly enough that I was never sure if they were at my door or not and when the guy in the room next to me got a text message or had an alarm go off, it sounded like the phone was in our room. It was a very minor thing that was more than made up for by the very attentive staff, comfortable rooms, and a great location. If you are looking for a place where you can walk to attractions, this isn't quite right. But, if you want to be in the heart of the Power and Light district where you can walk to many restuarants, concert venues, bars, and night clubs, it's a home run.
Traveller from St.Louis.
Located in Downtown Kansas City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Municipal Auditorium and Sprint Center. Crown …More
Fairfield in was a great hotel. Very centrally located, about 1.5-2 miles from all the "skyscrapers" of downtown KC, and really close to the WWI memorial, The Kansas City Federal Reserve, Crown Center, which is a mall, and has SeaLife Aquarium, Legoland Discovery Center. Also close to Union Station. The other direction, the hotel is close to Country Club Paza and the Nelson Adkins Art Museum. Hotel Staff was great, there's a shuttle that will take you to the Power and Light district, and probably anything on the way there, which would include Crown Center and Union Station.
Traveller from chandler, az
Located in Downtown Kansas City, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Just Off Broadway Theatre, Liberty Memorial, and …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.