Romantic gestures of love can secure chicken noodle soup in times of sickness, tandem bike rides, and the transaction of feudal estates. Treat your non-imaginary special someone to a celebration of love and its conveniences with a night's stay (typically a $140 value) at the Hotel Phillips for $69. Your romantic night at the AAA 4 Diamond Hotel includes a superior king room, breakfast for two at 12 Baltimore Café in the morning, and a complimentary bottle of the café's house wine to enjoy amidst the live jazz, swing, or zydeco that plays each Saturday night in the handsome hotel restaurant.
There are many advantages to staying at a hotel in your own city. Unlike at home, the sheets are freshly laundered, milkmen can't knock on the door, and you're significantly less likely to accidentally step in a litter box in the middle of the night. Book a night to see Kansas City in all its colors (downtown boasts more than half of the colors on the ROYGBIV spectrum—the half the human eye can see). Otherwise, simply lounge among the plush bedding of your luxurious suite, where breakfast for two and a bottle of wine make it the perfect weekend getaway, romantic getaway, or getaway to watch the Alec Baldwin movie The Getaway.
The Hotel Phillips' historic, intricate facade carries over to the rich woods, marble flooring, and golden detailing (statues, curlicues, and the like) of its massive lobby. So besides being a natural romance enhancer, today's Groupon is also a great way to wow out-of-town guests. Call ahead to make your reservation.
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- The hotel itself is amazing, a beautiful lobby and great service. The room is like a tiny little suite, very nice furnishings and an upscale bathroom. – epeterson22, TripAdvisor
- Spacious, quiet, clean, updated. Every staff member I've interacted with has been polite and professional. – maesmom, TripAdvisor
- Because the dearth of cool, sexy hotel bars in Kansas City is lamentable, we're thankful for places like 12 Baltimore at the Hotel Phillips. Like the hotel, the bar is stylish and beautiful. Three large mirrors are a backdrop to three shelves of alcohol, and the place is dimly lit, making everyone look even more mysterious and intriguing. – Kansas City Pitch