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  • Downtown Kansas City grows its skyline with new hotels

    Approximately 1,200 new hotel rooms have been proposed for Kansas City. The dual-brand Marriott and Hampton Inn hotels are just some of the names that have been added to the skyline. Song "Inspired" by Kevin MacLeod.

Approximately 1,200 new hotel rooms have been proposed for Kansas City. The dual-brand Marriott and Hampton Inn hotels are just some of the names that have been added to the skyline. Song "Inspired" by Kevin MacLeod. Madeleine Ptacin The Kansas City Star
Approximately 1,200 new hotel rooms have been proposed for Kansas City. The dual-brand Marriott and Hampton Inn hotels are just some of the names that have been added to the skyline. Song "Inspired" by Kevin MacLeod. Madeleine Ptacin The Kansas City Star

Kansas City’s hotel renaissance continues downtown and in the Crossroads district

June 15, 2016 4:16 PM