Spacious, clean suites with a homey vibe and loads of extras garner high ratings from our guests for the fully non-smoking Residence Inn Kansas City Downtown/Union Hill. This charming three-story property looks and feels more like a condo than a hotel. Each of the 96 oversized suites comes with Frette linens, a fully-equipped kitchen, dining area, living area, pull-out couch, armchair and work desk. You may need to return to enjoy all the amenities. There's a complimentary breakfast buffet with eggs and pancakes, a free dinner reception Monday through Wednesday with beer and wine, free coffee in the lobby, free van service within a five-mile radius, a grocery-shopping service and a seasonal outdoor heated pool. Insomniacs will love the 24-hour gym, 24-hour business center and 24-hour market. Pets will love being with you (for a fee). Everyone will love the free parking. Just south of downtown in the historic Union Hill district, the hotel is two blocks from the grounds of the Union Cemetery, dating from 1857; three blocks from the 176-acre Penn Valley Park and half a mile through the park to the Liberty Memorial, a national historic landmark housing the National World War I Museum. The airport is 21 miles from the hotel. Stay at the Residence Inn Kansas City Downtown and you'll feel like you're home at the end of the day.
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