Holiday Inn Kansas City SE - Waterpark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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The rooms are run down, dark and musty. Free shuttle to the game at least
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The first of many baseball stadium visits for 2014! Although the attendance was pretty low (about 14, 900) the stop at Kauffman was definitely worth it. Probably one of the nicest stadiums in terms of appearance and amenities. That big screen was just the coolest thing ever! Plus they posted live tweets which was fun for those social networking …
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