Starwood has announced the opening of the Four Points By Sheraton Kansas City Airport, a newly renovated property minutes from Kansas City International Airport. The hotel, previously a Clarion, is owned by RCG-KC Hotel, LLC, a privately funded real estate investment group, and will fly the Four Points by Sheraton flag under a long-term management agreement.
“This newly refreshed property with its Four Points branded features designed with an eye to casual comfort and affordable convenience is a natural and welcome addition to the Four Points growing portfolio,” said Hoyt Harper, senior vice president, Four Points by Sheraton.”
The 200-room property features an outdoor pool and sundeck, a retooled fitness center, and 5,000 square feet of meeting space. The public area features the newly branded Four Points by Sheraton family “great room” with relaxing decor, flat screen television, bench seating and coffee bar featuring Seattle’s Best coffee. Each guest room and the property’s additional suite feature the exclusive Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, a multi-layered, cozy ensemble designed to pamper guests. In addition to a duvet in a rich palette of colors, the bed features a plush mattress and a welcoming quartet of pillows for relaxing that includes two feather/down sleeping pillows and two oversized lounging pillows. Free wireless high-speed Internet access and free bottled water are also available in each room. Other branded offerings include in-room dining and 24-hour airport shuttle service to all terminals, and a business center.
A Kansas City institution, the wildly popular Tanner’s Bar & Grill, with its multi-screen sports channels and “build your own burgers, pizzas and hot dogs” dining concept, provides guests and diners with a friendly and entertaining atmosphere for lunch and dinner. The menu features sports bar specialties as well as steaks, salads and refreshing beverages and brews.
The Four Points by Sheraton Kansas City is conveniently close to a variety of businesses and attractions including Harley-Davidson and Delaval Manufacturing, Inc., as well as the Kansas City Speedway and the KCI Expo Center.