Although this hotel's website says they are pet-friendly, what they don't tell you is that there is a $50 "pet fee." The front desk staff acted very snooty because we had a dog. The fee was supposed to include a pet bed, dish, treats and aromatherapy kit. We had to call down to the front desk to have this delivered, and they replied with "let me see if we have any of that." Rooms were on the small side although the website says every room is a suite. Not true. No fridge or microwave. There was free WiFi. No self-parking; valet only at $18 per night. There was never a bell man to help us with our bags. Valet was quick although they did wreck the car of the man in line in front of us. Great location if you're going to the convention center. Kind of far from shopping at the Plaza.
- Also Known As:
- Phillips Hotel Kansas City
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Boutique Hotel that's Both Historic and hip. Can a hotel feel grand and yet intimate at the same time? Hip but never stuffy? That's the allure of Hotel Phillips, a historic gem in the heart of Kansas City's business, entertainment and arts district. Your experience starts with our breathtaking Art Deco lobby that made us Kansas City's most celebrated hotel in 1931. ... more less
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