I stayed for 2 nights for business meetings. The historic hotel has been beautifully restored. The front desk staff was quite friendly and helpful. The room was a fairly generous size, though the configuration was different than most hotels I have stayed in. The bathroom was on the inside of the room against the corridor wall. It helped keep hall noise to a minimum in the room but made fr a long and narrow bathroom. The shower had great water pressure and the after stayed hot which was great. The room was spacious and in good condition. My one critique is that electrical outlets were not convenient. There was nowhere near the desk to pug in a phone charger or laptop.
The location is very good, walkable to shopping, nightlife, sports venues, etc.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Phillips, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Kansas City’s most historic hotel, has begun a $20 million gut renovation. The transformation includes every aspect of the building to bring the hotel back to its original 1930's elegance, while elevating the food and beverage offerings, comfort, amenities, and modern details. Our restaurant is currently closed. 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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- Also Known As:
- Phillips Hotel Kansas City