Family-Friendly Suites Minutes from Kansas City International Airport
Poised at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers, Kansas City has long been a focal point of transportation and exploration—the Lewis and Clark expedition came through the area in 1804, as did the first cross-Missouri railroad in 1869. Today, the bulk of long-distance travel centers on the Kansas City International Airport. Located 5 miles away from the airport and about a 15-minute drive from downtown, Chase Suite Hotel Kansas City offers convenient lodging before and after flights, as well as close proximity to the city’s best attractions, including Worlds of Fun amusement park, Kaufmann Stadium, and the Power & Light District.
Living areas, full kitchens, and flickering gas fireplaces in some rooms lend studio suites a cosmopolitan apartment feel. The hotel also hosts evening receptions Monday–Thursday where you can enjoy hors d'oeuvres, draft beers, and house wines (up to two drinks/person). Each morning, there’s a breakfast buffet that includes fresh fruit and signature housemade muffins.
A complimentary shuttle whisks guests to and from the airport and to any restaurant or shop within a 5-mile radius of the hotel. With an included park-and-fly package, guests can leave their vehicles for up to 14 nights (additional $5/extra night) within onsite lots.
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Kansas City, Missouri: Barbecue, Jazz, and Nightlife
In Kansas City, the ratio of fountains to barbecue joints is roughly 2:1—that’s more than 200 public fountains and more than 100 restaurants serving the city’s signature slow-smoked meat. Though Kansas City is known for its aquatic architecture and barbecue, it has also evolved into one of the nation’s artistic hubs. Here you’ll find a world-class art museum, a legendary history of jazz and blues, and a brand-new performing-arts center for opera, theater, and music. Add a die-hard sports community and a downtown Forbes named one of America’s best, and the at-times overlooked Kansas City has all the makings of a memorable getaway: Midwestern charm, culture, and an endless supply of sauce-slathered ribs.
Though the storied jazz scene continues to thrive in numerous clubs around 18th and Vine, it’s the burgeoning Power & Light District that draws a fashionable late-night crowd. This nine-block neighborhood in the middle of downtown is home to more than 50 shops, restaurants, and bars. While the weather is still warm, head to the open-air rooftop lounges at Elements and The Jones for a drink under the moonlight.
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