Rest Your Head
Whether you like your accommodations cozy, cool or chic, you can find it all at one of Kansas City’s best hotels.
The Westin Crown Center
Located within Hallmark’s Crown Center—an 85-acre complex of shops, restaurants and theaters—the hotel features 729 well-appointed guest rooms and suites. Enjoy 24-hour room service, as well as the Westin Heavenly Bed and Westin Heavenly Bath accoutrements. In addition, the hotel features three on-site restaurants; fitness facilities like an all-season swimming pool, a jogging track, and tennis and basketball courts; and a whirlpool, sauna and steam room.
1 EAST PERSHING RD. 816-474-4400
Intercontinental Kansas City at the Plaza
Known for contemporary elegance, the Intercontinental Kansas City is just steps away from the Country Club Plaza entertainment district. The Plaza is an outdoor museum of romantic Spanish architecture and European art, boasting more than 180 stores and distinctive boutiques and a variety of diverse restaurants.
401 WARD PKWY. 816-756-1500
The Quarterage Hotel
This charming hotel in Historic Westport surrounds you with Old World hospitality. It offers access to some of the city’s best shopping and entertainment. After a full day of sightseeing, relax in front of a fire in the lobby, which features handcrafted oak and brass trim and spectacular marble floors.
560 WESTPORT RD. 816-931-0001
BED AND BREAKFASTS
Located in nearby Independence, the Woodstock Inn’s original building was built in 1900. In 1987, Charles Woodstock and Lane and Ruth Harold bought the building and turned it into an 11-room bed and breakfast.
1212 W. LEXINGTON ST., 816-833-2233
Dome Ridge Bed and Breakfast
The main attraction of this unique B&B is its distinct architecture: a geodesic dome. Beneath the dome’s many glass pentagons and hexagons are four cozy guest rooms.
14360 N.W. WALKER RD. 816-532-0474
Southmoreland on the Plaza Bed and Breakfast
Blending classic B&B ambiance with small hotel amenities, each room is named after a famous Kansas Citian and has a special feature, such as a treetop deck, fireplace or Jacuzzi.
116 EAST 46TH ST., 816-531-7979
The Raphael Hotel
Originally constructed in 1927 as the Villa Serena Apartments, the building was transformed in 1975 into a hotel with 123 well-appointed guest rooms and suites. Noted as one of the city’s most romantic restaurants, The Raphael Restaurant has a weekly changing menu of “creative Continental” cuisine. The hotel is conveniently located near Country Club Plaza and other landmarks.
325 WARD PARKWAY, 816-756-3800
For 70 years, the Hotel Phillips has been welcoming guests into a pampering retreat. The hotel, which boasts a AAA Four Diamond Award, features the sophisticated Phillips Chophouse and the hip 12 Baltimore Café & Bar.
106 W. 12TH ST., 816-221-7000
Open since 1888, Hotel Savoy underwent renovations in 1985, which transformed the rooms into antique-filled suites. The décor includes stained glass, Italian tile floors and carved oak woodwork. The Savoy Grill, open since 1903, is KC’s oldest restaurant; definitely make time for a meal here.
219 W. 9TH ST., 816-842-3575