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The Best Hotels To Book In Kansas City, Missouri

The Best Hotels To Book In Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City is a unheralded gem in the Midwest. As the largest city in Missouri, Kansas City offers a variety of things to do, whether it’s exploring the Power and Light District, visiting the National World War I Museum or having a night out listening to jazz. For every visit to a new city, it’s important to have enjoyable accommodation to compliment your stay. Here are some of the best hotels to consider in Kansas City.
The Raphael Hotel © goatling/Flickr

The Raphael Hotel

Boutique Hotel
This luxury boutique hotel is located right in the city’s Country Club Plaza, a neighborhood teeming with shops, restaurants and entertainment. Guests can have the option of enjoying the surrounding area or to drive just a few minutes downtown. Amenities at The Raphaelinclude nightly live music in the lounge and 24 hour in-room dining service.
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Inn at 425

In the North Eastern section of Kansas City is the Inn at 425, a Queen Anne-style 1888 house, converted into luxury accommodation after an 18 year restoration process that started in 1996. A new addition to the city, the Inn has received nothing but great reviews. The Inn at 425 is close enough to all of the downtown hotspots and yet separated enough to suit someone looking for a quiet and relaxing experience.
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Southmoreland on the Plaza - An Urban Inn

The Dawn statue at Hotel Phillips
The Dawn statue at Hotel Phillips | © Dcj3616/WikiCommons
Near the Country Club Plaza, this New England style B&B offers all the comforts of home with a five star twist. Each of the twelve rooms is comfortably decorated with colourful bed spreads and soft lighting, but each also offers a special feature of luxury such as a treetop deck, wood burning fireplace or jacuzzi. Their private Carriage House suite is perfect for extra-special romantic getaways and features a king-sized bed, free standing fireplace, adjoining deck, two-person jacuzzi and separate stand-up shower in its generous bath! Southmoreland on the Plaza also is available to host weddings, social events and corporate events.
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The Dawn statue at Hotel Phillips © Dcj3616/WikiCommons

The Hotel Phillips

Located blocks from the Power and Light District and Sprint Center arena, Hotel Phillips is a historic asset to Kansas City. Originally established in 1930, this luxury hotel stands 20 stories high and boasts over 200 rooms Their in-house restaurant 12 Baltimore hosts 1930s themed weddings, and the hotel has an annual artist in residence, whose work is displayed throughout the hotel.
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Oak Street Mansion

Located in the historic Southmoreland district, this recently renovated Georgian mansion was previously owned by two notable figures in the history of Kansas City. The grounds and interior of the Oak Street Mansion contain an extensive collection and rooms catered to different artistic movements, as well as a private gallery, event space and an eclectic art collection heavily influenced by local artists. Each room is themed according to different art movements – from Impressionist to Cuban – whilst still maintaining luxurious elements such as private balconies and jacuzzi tubs.

4343 Oak St, Kansas City, MO 64111, United States
+1 816-730-1754

Su Casa BB

Although it’s 15 minutes outside of downtown, the amenities and service at Su Casa makes the drive downtown worth it. This spot is family and pet friendly and located on a five acre lot with an in-ground swimming pool on the property. Amenities include a daily southwestern family-style breakfast, and its location near the popular Longview Lake make it as beautiful as it is comfortable.

9004 E 92nd St, Kansas City, MO 64138, United States
+1 816-965-5647

the Casino at Ameristar Kansas City © BrianWhitmarsh/Flickr

The Jefferson House

Bed and Breakfast, Hotel
816 Hotel, Kansas City
816 Hotel, Kansas City | © Mike Linksvayer/Flickr
This bed and breakfast is an exclusive, yet friendly establishment right in the heart of downtown Kansas City. Designed in the 1890s, The Jefferson Houseoffers three rooms – The Murdoch Suite, The Summit Room and The Mulkey Suite – each adorned with antique European furniture and artwork. Their breakfast menu is a work of art in itself, offering such delectable options such as Morning Toad in the Hole made with local sausages and Orchard French Toast made with bread from the local bakery. If you’re looking for luxury in a more refined sense, then you’ve definitely found it at Jefferson House.
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816 Hotel, Kansas City © Mike Linksvayer/Flickr


Near the Country Club Plaza is the 816 Hotel, close to all of the historic and tourist spots of Kansas City. Besides the free nightly cocktails that come with your stay, what makes the 816 stand out is its many themed rooms catered to the traits of Kansas City. Themes include: TWA room, Kansas City Barbeque Society Room and the National World War I Museum room.
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Ambassador Hotel Kansas City

A brief walk from Kansas City Hall and the Power and Light District is the Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, a 1920s Neoclassical-built hotel boasting 43 rooms with amenities from the usual flat-screen TVs and Wifi to mini-fridges and coffee makers. This boutique hotel’s location is attractive for a visitor looking to have easy access to the sights of the city. The Ambassador’s Grand Ballroom can also host up to 120 guests for special events or business functions.
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