Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

Address: 4445 Main St, Kansas City, Missouri, 64111, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 4445 Main St, Kansas City, is near Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Country Club Plaza, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, and Kansas City Art Institute.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

      Great View

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      The view of the Country Club Plaza Christmas lights was great. The restaurant service and food were very good. The room fixtures were showing their age and could use an update. The bed was great. The front desk was extremely helpful when we checked in. Had to have maintenance come adjust the heat but it was fine after that.

      Not up to par

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      I booked this room for $70/night on Priceline. This property is not worth any more than that... and their lowest rate is $129.

      Rooms were a bit small. We were on the 17th floor, and were disturbed that the windows slid wide open. I guess that's good for people wanting fresh air, but not for a family with 2 small kids. Bathroom had a great deal of mildew on the grout, and the water pressure was EXTREMELY low.

      On our last day, we were making in-room coffee, and found not one, but two dirty coffee cups placed there by the maid service the previous afternoon.

      Other than that, the rooms were clean, staff was mostly pleasant (although one of the valet attendants gave me a hard time when I arrived).

      I'm not sure if I would stay there again, but if I did, I surely wouldn't pay more than the $70/night I paid last weekend.

      Not a good experience

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      I recently stayed at this hotel for business and had booked it well over two weeks in advance. I paid extra to be on the concerige level as there was a large conference in town. Only to find out I paid for nothing. No services on the weekends, and the lounge was dirty the entire time we were there. With empty pop cans, trash, etc.

      We looked at the restaurant book in the lounge chose what we thought to be a good place (Metropolis), only to go there and find out that it had changed in to a gay bar. My husband was not happy. They need to update thier selection menus.

      Hotel parking was an extra $7 and was tight. I also am a rewards member and did not get the offer they were promoting. Felt cheated a little.

      Overall the staff was not very helpful, and parts of the hotel seemed very dim. I know they were going through a remodel though.

      The room service was good however. I probably would opt for somewhere else next time with better service.

      Nice place

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      I booked this place through Hotwire for $90/night including tax. Parking was an additonal $7. I gather parking used to be complimentary. I was concerned at first because when I called the hotel to confirm the reservation, we were guaranteed the number of beds I wanted, but they couldn't gaurantee non-smoking. When we arrived, they upgraded us to a Concierge level room to get us non-smoking. So, I give a big plus to the staff. The hotel is showing some age, but was quiet, clean, pleasant, and conveniently located very near the Plaza--about 3 blocks away. It was nothing special, but I would stay there again.

      Nice surprise...

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      Aug. 2003 we had reservations at the Kansas City Doubletree for four nights. Upon check in we were told that the air conditioning was not working & being that it was a sweltering 108 degrees they put us up at the Marriott. What a treat. The front desk staff was professional and polite, the lobby was beautiful and spacious. Our room was comfortable, clean, had a wonderful view and the bedding was awesome.

      There are wonderful places to eat and shop within walking distance. I would definately recommend this to my friends would stay there again.

      AMAZING

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      This hotel is da best I stayed there for a whole year once. I love the staff to death.

      Great hotel!

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      Great hotel! I booked online and when I got there I was given a room on the top floor. Great views. My favorite part was there was a "real" bedspread not your typical hotel spread. I would go back!

      Good Hotel

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      We stayed at the Marriott Countrty Club Plaza for 4 days/5 nights the summer 2003. The staff was helpful and friendly and hotel rooms were clean and nicely decorated. The cleaning lady arrived everyday to change the linens and tidy up. The complimentary parking is an added bonus, but the parking spaces are tight. We visited the health club and there is balanced variety of exercise equipment and free weights. The hotel's restaurant "The Main Street Grill" is very expensive(hamburger $9 not including 17% room service fee and$1.50 service fee). We did not there eat, but we did eat at the nice restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. All in all we enjoyed our stay at the Marriot Country Club Plaza. We will be staying there again.

      Just what I needed!!

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      I was happy to know they didn't charge for parking compared to other hotels that do. I requested a king size non-smoking room and it was very clean, nice and spacious. The bathroom was also spacious. The bedding was nice and they had good quality oak wood furniture. I also had a nice city view (10th floor). The service I received was wonderful and I will be visiting this hotel again and will recommend to others.

      Thank you Marriott for making my stay pleasant!

      Kansas City is wonderful, the Marriott CC is very much the opposite

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      I recently returned from a trip to Kansas City and was unfortunate enough to stay at the Marriott Country Club. The service by ALL staff encountered was horrendous! Not only were people rude and unhelpful, they were completely hopeless when it came to the most rudimentary of requests (directions to a local restaurant, billing the correct credit card, delivering a package to the room). Couple this with one of the moldiest bathrooms I've encountered in some time and a overpriced, cramped, rather drab room and you can understand why my stay there will never be repeated. I happened into the Fairmont down the street for brunch. My suggestion...book there...it looked fabulous!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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