Menu
Heartland Conference Accommodations

Q Hotel and SpaQhotelredqhotel (1)

560 Westport Road
Kansas City, Missouri  64111
816/931-0001

With a nationally recognized eco-plan, the Q Hotel + Spa is introducing sustainability to Midwest hotels.  Located in Westport/Plaza, the Q Hotel + Spa is strategically located to showcase not only the best the city has to offer, but also the realities of eco-friendly lodging. Free hot breakfast, free Wifi, free parking, and free shuttle service.

Ask for the Habitat X room block to get a guaranteed rate of $94 plus tax. The room block expires on September 30th.

Distance from Kauffman Conference Center: 1.7 miles

 

Best Western Plus Seville Plaza Hotel 

KC-hotel-entranceBest Western Plus

 

4309 Main Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
816/561-9600

Located in the heart of Kansas City, this Best Western offers guests comfort and convenience including a free shuttle that goes within five miles of the hotel. Amenities include free high-speed Internet access, free parking, and a complimentary full breakfast each morning.

Ask for the Habitat X room block to get a guaranteed rate of $84 plus tax.

Distance from Kauffman Conference Center: 1.1 miles

 

Holiday Inn Country Club PlazaHolidayInnKCholidayinnkc

One East 45th Street 
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
816/753-7400

The newly remodeled Holiday Inn Hotel Country Club Plaza Kansas City is located on the world famous Country Club Plaza, the Midwest’s premier shopping / dining / entertainment district. The hotel provides complimentary services such as Wi-Fi, garage parking, and shuttle service within a 3 mile radius.

Distance from Kauffman Conference Center: 0.9 miles

 

Airport Shuttle Information

Airport shuttles range from $37 round-trip for a shared shuttle van with SuperShuttle (800-258-3826) to $100 round-trip for an individual shuttle with Elite Shuttle of Kansas City (816-912-2023).

For more options go to:

flykci

 

 

 

Kansas City Attractions

Sightseeing kcfountains

It’s the home of swing and bebop music for some, and “The City of Fountains” to others — Kansas City is different things to each of us. Music enthusiasts are drawn to the jazz clubs and old haunts of famous musicians such as Charlie Parker and Count Basie. With more fountains than Rome, there is ample opportunity for scenic strolling from fountain to fountain. Stop along the way to discover interesting neighborhoods and browse through eclectic shops. Tour the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the National World War 1 Museum, or the Kansas City Art Institute. Enjoy thrilling NASCAR® races at the Kansas City Speedway. Catch a Chiefs or Royals game. Take a trip to shop at Country Club Plaza. Watch a performance at the Kauffman Center for Performing Arts.

When you register for the Heartland Conference, we’ll send our personalized map of the best things to do while you’re in town.

Kansas City Barbecuekcbbq

The Kansas City metropolitan area is renowned for barbecue. Kansas City, Missouri, has more than 100 barbecue restaurants. The area is home to several large, well attended barbecue cooking contests. Kansas City barbecue refers to the specific style of slow smoked meat that evolved from the pit of Henry Perry in the early 1900s in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City barbecue is slow smoked over a variety of woods and then covered with a thick tomato- and molasses-based sauce.

We hope you can join us during the Heartland Conference for the Tuesday night no-host outing to our favorite barbecue joint.

 

Sign up here to receive periodic updates from Habitat X. We will never share or sell your information, and it’s easy to unsubscribe at any time.

Subscribe for updates

© 2021 Copyright, Habitat X