We stayed for one night prior to joining up for a family reunion at another location. The Great Wolf Lodge was about $100 more than the hotel for our family reunion, but it came with two day admission for 4 people to a great water park, convenience, and a family friendly atmosphere.
We were delighted to learn the admission to the MagiQuest was only $12 for 4-full days (when you already own a wand...these will set you back another $12-20). This price was a bargain compared to the $12 for one hour we paid at a Tennessee location.
The pool side food service was very slow, but they could accommodate a gluten-free dinner with a hamburger/hot dog bun or pizza. And the superviser on duty at the pool-side bar was very, very friendly and helpful!
The regular queen-size room was comfortable and clean. They provide a "bathroom" sink in the room...convenient for groups getting ready, but makes a small bathroom. The deck only had one chair, but we only used it to dry our swim suits over night.
If you're staying a few days, there is a minor league baseball team, the KS T-Bones, within walking distance. Next-time we hope they're in town. Of course the Legends shopping area provides all the restaurants you could possibly need.
If you're traveling with girls, there is a girl focused spa. An adult pedicure was over $40, which I thought was a bit high...children's prices are more reasonable.
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- Also Known As:
- Great Wolf Hotel Kansas City
- Great Wolf Kansas City