Local Events & Attractions
Hotel Phillips offers an excellent location right at the heart of all that Kansas City has to offer. Hop on the complimentary shuttle and explore destinations within 3 miles of the hotel. Whether you are looking for art, history, entertainment or shopping, Hotel Phillips boasts a wealth of nearby attractions to keep the whole family entertained.
The Power and Light district is the place to see and be seen. Explore the vibrant restaurants, shops and bars or catch a show at the cinema or theatre. The historic neighborhood is home to the Crossroads Art District, where you will find numerous galleries among the renovated warehouses and industrial buildings. Just west of downtown, West Bottoms shows off the industrial side of town, best known for its legacy in the stockyards.
Local must-see events include the Irish Festival, Middle of the Map, and the Plaza Art Festival.
In and Around Town
Power & Light District
The Power & Light District is Kansas City's premier shopping, dining and entertainment neighborhood.Power & Light District
Kansas City Convention Center
800,000 sq ft of state-of-the-art event space located a half a mile from our hotel.Kansas City Convention Center
Indoor arena featuring pro & college sporting events, big-name concerts. 8 minute walk from our hotel.Sprint Center
Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland
Historic 3,573-seat theater located a block from our hotel.Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland
Home to the Kansas City Symphony, the Lyric Opera and the Ballet. Located a half mile from our hotel.Kauffman Performing Arts Center
Features exhibits, movies, restaurants, and a science center in a historic train station.Union Station
The National WWI Museum
Museum dedicated to sharing the stories of the Great War through the eyes of those who lived it.WWI National Memorial and Museum
Crossroads Arts District
Featuring boutique shops, one-of-a-kind restaurants, studios and over 60 galleries.Crossroads Arts District
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art
Features an art collection spanning 5,000 years in neoclassical & modern galleries plus a sculpture garden.Nelson Atkins Museum of Art