Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown Kansas City

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

770 Admiral Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri, 64106, United States
Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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Costs 60% more than similarly rated 2.5 star hotels

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Transportation from airport-downtown

by dariov

Hi - need some advice on Public Transport!
I'm flying to Kansas City (MCI) early April, arriving fairly late in the evening. I'm looking for a hotel that is near to the airport (within say 5 or 6 miles) but convenient to a bus route as I need to get downtown (greyhound station) next day I'm happy enough paying one set of cab fare from aiport to my hotel, but early the next day, being on a downtown bus route would be a major help as another run on the cab fare could get rather expensive and leave me needing a second mortgage!
Any ideas?!
I located the Metro North Mall, which seems to be served by buses. Is that a possibility?
I'm a Brit, so car hire is not an option I'm looking at to be honest!

Re: Transportation from airport-downtown

by ellielou

I lived in KC many years ago, so this info may not be up to date, but I would suggest that you stay by the airport for your first night, at one of the chain hotels there that offer free shuttle service from MCI. (you could search for cheapest hotel rates.) Then, you could hire cab the next morning to get your to the bus station. As I remember it, MCI is fairly far from downtown, but, as a Brit, the exchange rate for you is pretty good so it shouldn't be too expensive.

I don't remember KC having particularily good mass transit options, but, then again, I had a car.

Good luck.

Re: Transportation from airport-downtown

by goshopping

Check out the KC Directory website located at - there is travel/hotel information that may be helpful. Happy Traveling!

Travel Tips for Kansas City

Cow Parade

by asturnut

Organizations around town (with the help of a professional sculpture who provided the cow shape) were instructed to elaborately adorn a cow sculpture to be sold for charity. The results are a fascinating array of beautiful and kitschy cows which now reside all over Kansas City. Most are located at businesses and schools. Some area easily acessible like this one at the Kansas City Zoo. I was very excited when I saw this one in person, since until that time I had only seen the coffee table book about the project. I should have bought the book because some of the cows are really stunning. website: If you visit the website you will notice that most of the cows have "punny" names.

The Great Pedestrian Way

by RoscoeGregg

Take A great walk through the heart of Kansas City and get a great sense of what living in Kansas City is like.

About 10 years ago the city took an abandoned trolley track and turned it into a walking/running and cycling path. It is separated from the traffic. This makes it very relaxing.

I begins in the plaza area on the north end and extends all the way to 85th street to the south. This trail passes through the South Plaza, Brookside and Waldo neighborhoods. You pass Small shopping areas with coffee shops and restaurants about every mile to mile and a half.

The trail is well maintained and is wheel chair accessible. Much of it is shaded by large trees. It has a very fine compacted gravel surface for most of the way.

TIP: When you reach the Brookside shopping area the trail seems to end. Just stay with it and after you have had some coffee or a bite to eat you can pick it up again on the other side of the shopping area.

This trail passes through some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in America. Many locals use this as a regular part of their weekly activities. So give it a shot and get the feel of the city.

Hop on the trail and burn off some of the BBQ.

Historical Barker Temple

by AlbuqRay

The historical Barker Temple is just around the corner from the Jazz and Negro Baseball League museums at 17th and Highland. The cornerstone says it was built in 1925 (during the heydays of the jazz district). It is still in use today as the Memorial Missionary Baptist Church.

Lake Ozark

by BruceDunning

It is midway in mid state Missouri. During a large part of the year, it becomes a mecca for vacationers from St. Louis, and some KC, and some Chicago. Now, after continued building of commercial development, the main thoroughfare is jammed for a lot of the year. The old quaint feel of country serenity gave way to retail selling. I worked on projects down here as a banker, and there have been good times, and not so good, when real estate does not sell as well. Everything then slows down economically.
The Toad Cove property is a hang out for the "in crowd" and Gen X/Millenium types. An older crowd tries hard to relate, but the money does not get them to that status. Economically this type of property at the lake can come and go-so maybe you want to get there before that occurs.


by DrewV

At one time, the Santa Fe trail began here as pioneers headed west to settle the vast acreages of Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona. Nowadays, Westport is Kansas City's bar spot, with such perennial favorites as Have a Nice Day Cafe (found in every mid-major city in North America). It's also got a few groovy shops and hangout locations. But really, it's there for the bars.

And to watch KC'ers bemoan their gawd-awful sports teams. The soccer team, the Wizards, won the MLS last year. It was the city's first championship since George Brett led the 1985 Royals to the Missouri Series championship over the Cardinals. Hockey? The Scouts left town, eventually becoming the Stanley Cup-winning New Jersey Devils. Basketball? Surely you've seen the high-flying Sacramento (formerly KC) Kings. Throw in the American League baseball Athletics, now in Oakland, and Kansas City has lost as many pro teams as it has kept. Oh well...


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Address: 770 Admiral Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri, 64106, United States