Candlewood Suites Kansas City

11110 NW Ambassador, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States
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  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business69

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Travel Tips for Kansas City

Seville light fountain: This...

by NorineP

Seville light fountain: This ornate fountain sits in a busy triangular intersection. Sculptor Bernhard Zuckerman was commissioned to create an exact replica of the Plaza de Los Reyes fountain in Seville, Spain. The central shaft is 30' tall and carved from several kinds of marble. Water flows from the four masked faces located near its 20' square base. It wasn't working when we were there but it is quite lovely when the water is running.

Cabela's African Diorama

by AlbuqRay

On the east side of the store is an amazing display of the African "Big Five," i.e., elephant, rhinoceros, leopard, cape buffalo and lion. There is also a 16 foot crocodile and examples of other African plains game.

Workhouse Prison - Not a Former Castle

by AlbuqRay

During a May 07 trip to Kansas City, I spotted an abandoned but fascinating looking building at 20th and Vine near the railroad tracks. I figured it was the former castle of a rich person. It is far from that! Some research on the Kansas City Library's online history pages yielded..."The building is known as the Vine Street Workhouse. It was designed by Wallace Love and built with the help of prisoners between 1895 and 1897. Prisoners also helped quarry the native limestone used in the structure. Until 1911, the castle-like building served as a municipal prison complete with dungeons in the basement to house the toughest offenders."

The internet also tells that when the Workhouse was built, "The Paseo [which runs parallel to Vine] was the home of the Jewish gentry of Kansas City, who were largely barred from Scarritt and some of the other then fashionable areas of KC. Also nearby was the Millionaires Row of Troost where even one of the partners with the Rockefeller's in Standard Oil lived. At the time Independence Avenue was another affluent address and of course the gentry passed here often as it fed off of the north end of Paseo. So I suppose to have stuck an unglamorous public works building here would have been unthinkable, so big brother chose a very nice castle instead." As late as 1969, the structure housed the city's sewer maintenance offices. It certainly has a varied history.

Come play the hottest and...

by Davidp1952

Come play the hottest and fastest growing new sport in the world's First underground paintball arena at JAEGERS Subsurface Paintball. Set in one of Kansas City's oldest limestone mines, JAEGERS spacious underground fields provide plenty of year round comfort at a steady 56 degrees while offering the adventure of a fast paced game of paintball. And when the weather is perfect, you will find JAEGERS outdoor fields scenic and challenging.

The Best Restaurant on the Plaza

by Starlas about Ruth's Chris

When you pull up to the restaurant, the valet attendants are there opening your door and greeting you. Once you walk through the doors the atmosphere and vibe just blows you away. It was our first time and it was absolutely magnificent. The entire restaurant is decorated with mahogany wood, dim lights and great art work. The servers there are very knowledgable. Our servers name was Heather and I would recommend her. Thanks Clay for an awesome night!! This restaurant is ala carte, so be careful not to over order like we didn. The filets are to die for, you can cut them with a butter knife. I had the salmon with lumb crab meat and it melted in my mouth. If you have room for dessert, you have to try the Apple Crumb Tart, it's pure heaven.


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Address: 11110 NW Ambassador, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States