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1840 N. Church Road, Liberty, MO, US, 64068

  • Phone: (816) 335-4402
  • Fax: (816) 407-1264

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Sleep Inn is getting even better. This hotel, as part of a nationwide refresh of the Sleep Inn brand, has incorporated stylish design features and amenities to create a unique atmosphere that will help you have a restful stay. Experience 'better' for yourself at this Sleep Inn hotel.

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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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4.4 out of 5 (271 reviews)
91% of guests recommend this hotel

Entertainment Venues

»Northglen 14 Theatre

This theatre is operated by Dickinson Theatres, which operates a large chain of cinemas throughout the U.S. Low ticket prices, parking, 14 screens and the latest audio-visual facilities beckon you to visit this place. Wheelchair access and hearing devices are available here. Check the website to book tickets, and for details on show timings, movies being screened and rates.

4900 Northeast 80th Street
Kansas City, MO 64119

»Kansas City Stadium 18

This establishment is part of the Regal Cinemas chain of theatres. Come by to watch the latest flicks on any of the 18 screens. Grab some cold drinks, pop corn and bring along some friends for an evening of fun. Children aged 11 or below get a discount. Disabled access is available, as are listening devices. Stadium seating ensures a great view of the wide screen. A game room ensures that you have other modes of entertainment while you are here. Call for further details.

3200 Ameristar Drive
Kansas City, MO 64161

»Kansas City Improv

Nights at the Kansas City chapter of the Improv Comedy theater franchise showcases up and coming local talent and national acts - David Spade, Robin Williams and Adam Sandler began their comedy careers at the improv theaters throughout the country. Dinner and drinks are served with laughs.

7260 NW 87th Street
Kansas City, MO 64154

»Screenland Armour Theatre

This theater is run by the independent Screenland cinemas and it is one of a dying breed, with its old-fashioned marquee and plush interiors. The movie house screens favorites like "Ghost World", "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", "Gummo" as well as contemporary films. The Armour Theatre also has one of the best craft beer selections served while you watch your flick. In addition to this theater, Screenland has three other locations in Kansas City, check website for more details and show times.

408 Armour Road
North Kansas City, MO 64116

»Cyber Center

The Cyber Center concept is simple. Provide a venue in Kansas City that is specifically designed for meetings, presentations, training and video conference. They include free internet and audio visual products. Cyber Center also offers flexible catering options. The venue is affordable with hourly, half day, and daily pricing.

1201 Swift Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64116

»Puppetry Arts Institute

One of the most ancient of human performing art forms, puppetry is believed to have origins tracing back over 30,000 years. It is a legacy that has been passed down through generations of humans, and is still celebrated vibrantly today through institutions like the Puppetry Arts Institute. Located in Independence, MO, this place is dedicated to preserving and promoting this intriguing art form through workshops, performances, and a range of other programs. The institute also has a museum on-site, which showcases various exhibits on puppetry. See the website or call to know more.

11025 East Winner Road
Independence, MO 64052

»KCI Expo Center

KCI Expo Center provides a variety of services to pull off corporate expos and meetings with as minimal hassles as possible. For large expos to display various new products, a vast 70,000 square feet space is available. The same can be divided in 35,000 square feet exhibit halls if the spacial demands are lower. Alternatively, a 11,000 square feet meeting hall can be used for a minimal guest list. Fully facilitated with wireless internet access, parking and handicap access, there can truly be no room for complaints.

11730 North Ambassador Drive
Kansas City, MO 64153

»Kansas City Masonic Temple

The Masonic Temple is a fine temple in the city of Kansas, Missouri. It was built in 1909 replete with breathtaking and spellbinding interiors. The temple is also home to various engaging events that are hosted throughout the year. A visit to the ballroom is highly recommended. It boasts Greek architecture, elaborately-gilded crown shaping and mosaic flooring, among other features. The temple provides for some of the most magnificent spaces for functions like weddings and other events, exhibitions, and so on. Pleasing and elegant, it is worth a visit.

903 Harrison Street
Kansas City, MO 64106

»Kabal Restaurant and Nightclub

In the River Market area, this is an upscale restaurant which doubles as a happening concert venue. Opened in the year 2002, the restaurant quickly caught up on the nightlife in Kansas City, with the ever active dance floor which hosts hip hop, jazz, reggae. Food and drinks to accompany an eventful evening is a wonderful combination for chilling out. Occasionally it holds events like the 'Monthly Wine and Dinner' which are usually monthly events.

503 Walnut Street
Kansas City, MO 64106

»The Phoenix

The Phoenix is what Yoshi's is to Oakland and The Blue Note is to NYC, most notably it is the city's number one jazz restaurant. Guests come down six nights a week to listen to a varied mix of jazz musicians from around town as well as those touring the U.S. The jazz hall also functions as a restaurant, so you can watch the show while you eat. They have a great happy hour from 3-6pm and on Saturdays their 'Bloody Mary Brunch' allows you to make your own Bloody Mary as you wish! Check website for complete calendar and show times.

302 W 8th St.
Kansas City, MO 64105

»Blue Room

If you are looking to see how Kansas City appeared back when Charlie Parker roamed the streets, stop by the Blue Room. Although the original Blue Room, where the 'Bird' blew saxophone is long gone, this jazz joint is a fine replica of the 1930's club. Located in the historic 18th & Vine district, it is a bit of a museum, with pictures of greats that cover the walls and relics of Kansas City's jazz era adorn the tables. Live music still gets the place swinging four nights a week. No food is available and smoking is not allowed, but there is a fully stocked bar.

1616 E 18th St
Kansas City, MO 64108

»Gem Theater

The Gem was constructed in 1912 using a Baroque-style motif in its architecture and was originally planned as a movie house in the historic 18th & Vine District. Today, it is a live music, dance and theater stage that hosts various acts, from musicals to live jazz, the Gem is always abuzz with activity. The theater is run under the benevolent auspices of the American Jazz Museum (located a few doors down on 18th) and is most notably known for its "Jammin' at the Gem" series which features some of the best musicians in the world.

1615 East 18th Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
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