Holiday Inn Kansas City Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Kansas City Airport
While this hotel is a little dated, the service was wonderful! We stayed here unexpectedly because of flight rerouting. Because I am a platinum IHG member, which includes Holiday Inn, we were able to get our room on very short notice for free. The shuttle driver (free shuttle!) , Tom, was very quick to arrive and personable.
When we arrived at the hotel, the desk clerk, Sydney, after hearing our tale of travel woes, arranged a very late checkout (1pm) for us because of our late flight the next day AND gave us coupons for free breakfasts!
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We are in Kansas City, Missouri. Got to our hotel last night around 11 pm, pooped and ready to drop.
Happily the hotel's shuttle driver was at the airport to pick us up right away and the Holiday Inn was maybe 5 minutes from the airport. When we checked in, Sydney, the young night clerk was making origami cats for all the drunk dart …
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