Hotel Savoy

219 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri, 64105, United States
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Forum Posts

Safe neighborhood, yeah, I know it's relative

by outofstate

I'm going to be about 1 mile west of downtown KC,MO. what is this neighborhood like? Run down? high crime?

859 Benton Blvd.

RE: Safe neighborhood, yeah, I know it's relative

by aphrodyte

Hey Hey!

859 Benton is east of Downtown, I believe. I could be wrong. Anyway, That area is Section 8...public housing, residential. That area is a hodge podge of recently renovated and cleaned up blocks to the run down, and dilapidated. I wouldn't leave my doors unlocked.

The west part of downtown is what we call "the bottoms". Huge old warehouses and stockyards next to railroad tracks. Mostly commercial. Beyond that is the latino district.

Travel Tips for Kansas City

Skyline of Kansas City - another view

by yooperprof

This picture was taken from the new park at Kaw Point, in Kansas City KS. It's near the place where the Kansas and Missouri Rivers meet, at the "big bend" in the Mighty Mo where it ceases its long southerly flow and takes a sharp left turn heading toward its ultimate convergence with the Mississippi just north of St. Louis.

Moon Marble Co-Bonner Springs

by BruceDunning

This is a unique spot for tourists and marble enthusiasts. They have a store packed in with marbles-all types, styles, and sizes. Besides that, they have many old games from your childhood era, if you are over 40. The shop is worth a trip through to see all the old time game stuff, and buy a marble. There are also daily demo displays of how marbles are made and kilned. Not all are made in China, but from crafts people around here.

St. Joseph

by BruceDunning

There is a lot of history steeped in this town, but that is in the past. It was an outpost for fur trading back in early 1800's and the town incorporated in 1843. It was also a stop by point for settlers moving westward,and was the beginning of Pony Express out of here. There is a section of town that has preserved old buildings form early 1900's that is nice. There are about 3-4 you can go through for tours. The rest of the town has been on decline for decades, and turnaround is unlikely without an industry to support. A casino on the river has given some revival of tourists.

Ft. Osage

by BruceDunning

This was a drop off point for parties heading west. It at one time was the last stop, and a fort to protect the settlers around here. The fort is reconstructed, but still has that old charm. A lot of history is depicted at the fort and the tour. Lewis and Clark came through here, and Clark designed the structure in 1808-09. It was a trading post also for the Osage Indians, hence the name.

Jazz

by basstbn about It's a KC thing

Ever since the 1930's, Kansas City has been known for its jazz musicians, from Benny Moten, Count Basie, and Charlie Parker to present day greats such as Pat Metheny, Kevin Mahogany, Claude "Fiddler" Williams, Brody Buster, Karyn Allison, and many more. While the number of clubs offering jazz has dwindled some through the years, you can still find some great music in the inimitable Kansas City style. Check the Kansas City Star newspaper for who is appearing where.
Some of the clubs and restaurants featuring jazz are: Jardine's; The Club at Plaza III Steakhouse; Cafe Paris; The Phoenix; The Blue Room; Majestic Steak House; and more. On weekend afternoons during warm weather, you can hear groups performing free at different locations on the Country Club Plaza.

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Address: 219 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri, 64105, United States