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The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Kansas City Airport hotel is two miles from Kansas City International Airport, providing shuttle service to the Airport and also providing Park Here Fly There Packages.
This KC airport hotel offers meeting space perfect for small meetings and groups. We are adjacent to the KCI Expo Center and a perfect choice for those attending conventions, trade shows, events.
We offer a complimentary hot breakfast each day and our rooms feature high speed Wi-Fi access, mini-fridge, microwaves and HD TV’s. We are also just 5 miles to Zona Rosa, the northlands entertainment district, offering shopping and dining options. This KC Airport hotel is a short drive to Riverboat Casinos, Fort Leavenworth and Kansas Speedway. We are also within 15 miles to downtown KC’s Sprint Center, Kauffman center, KC Convention Center and Liberty Memorial.
The Holiday Inn KCI Airport is two miles from the Kansas City International Airport and offers complimentary transfers. Concierge Lounge, on our sixth floor, offers lounging and dining areas, and a private business center. Kem’s Restaurant and Lounge serves breakfast, dinner and room service daily.
We offer complimentary guest parking with more than 900 spots to choose from, and a 12-foot 5-inch porte-cochere. Our indoor heated pool and outdoor sun deck allow guests areas in which they can relax.
We offer fresh morning coffee, complimentary copies of USA Today, and a 24-hour cardio fitness center. We also offer high-speed Internet access and our 24-hour business center. There's a complimentary shuttle for guests, taking you to work or play, within a five-mile hotel radius. We offer same-day valet dry cleaning and there's a coin-operated laundry on-site. Vending is available on each floor, located behind glass doors to help ensure quiet floors. We have a 24-hour convenience store for guests who may have forgotten an essential item or who are in need of a quick snack.
The Saint George features 24 guestrooms and two deluxe suites. Facilities include a piano lounge, and The Orval Hixon Vaudeville Photography Museum.
The hotel was built in 1845 as a working man's hotel. Following the Civil War, and the floods of 1858 and 1881, the hotel lost much of its business, but the building persevered, operating as apartments, a post office and bank. Renovations added the modern conveniences of a luxury hotel, while still preserving most of the original architectural style and beauty.
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