Americas Best Value Inn11801 Blue Ridge Boulevard, Kansas City, MO | Area: Overland Park (Map)
Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Kansas City offers the most value for your money when staying for business- pleasure- or just passing through. We offer clean spacious rooms with in-room Wi-Fi- free continental breakfast and complimentary coffee in our lobby. Enjoy our seasonal outdoor pool open from May to September. All guest rooms include microwaves- mini-fridges- and 32 inch flat panel cable TVs with HBO- ESPN- and Showtime. Take advantage of our extremely comfortable beds and relax while saving money year-round with our Kids Stay Free Policy *11 and under in parent*s room*. For those guests that are in town on longer term corporate assignments or business trips we also offer special weekly and monthly rates- as well as direct billing options. For your convenience our hotel offers both smoking and non-smoking rooms. Sorry- no pets allowed. We are conveniently located off of US 71- less than 15 miles from downtown Kansas City. We are nearby several local attractions such as Arrowhead Stadium- the Kansas City Convention Center- and Kauffman Stadium. Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Kansas City is your best choice in the Kansas City metropolitan area. We offer ideal accommodations and location whether you are in town for business- pleasure- or simply passing through on your way to Des Moines or St. Louis. At Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Kansas City our goal is to provide our guests a great experience- not just a place to stay. At Americas Best Value Inn and Suites Kansas City- We*ve Got You Covered from the time you hit the road until your head hits the pillow.
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Americas Best Value Inn Guest Reviews
Overall Guest Score: Poor | 1.7 out of 5
Poor | 0.5 out of 5
Tue, 17 September 2013
We were robber at gun point at the hotel. This hotel is in the ghetto of Kansas city
Poor | 1.5 out of 5
Thu, 15 August 2013
I almost cried when I arrived, and I've stayed in some divey places--and I'm a guy who seldom cries. A small piece of my childhood died upon entering that smelly hotel room. Out of concern for my safety, I wedged the chairs up against the doors. When I found a hair barrette in the linens, indicating that the bedding had merely been staightened, not replaced, all manner of visions involving the girls from the biker bar across the road began entering my mind. I wondered about the woman who allows herself to enter a place like this, and how low must her standard be, to accept that this nicotine stained dump is all another person percieves that she's worth. It made me afraid for my own daughter, and quietly hope that no one would ever try to convince her to stay at such a vile place as this when she's grown. I then did what I had to, and deluded myself into believing that the hair clip had merely fallen from the head of a staff member as she was making the bed with fresh, crisp sheets--it was late, and I really needed sleep. This hotel was the low point of my trip, my year--perhaps even this decade. The continental breakfast consisted of soggy, pre-packaged danishes and coffee that had yet to be made. Seems like a great place for someone on the run to hide out from the law.