Econo Lodge Kansas City Downtown North
2232 Taney Street
Kansas City, MO 64116
Phone: (816) 421-6000
Fax: (816) 421-6675
Emergency room, helicopter transport, trauma center, dialysis services, maternity care, pediatric and neonatal care. More than 45 medical specialties, including cancer treatment, cardiac surgery and care, lab services, laser surgery, occupational therapy, outpatient services and speech pathology treatment.
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.
Bible study, Sunday workshops, prayer and worship are all part of the activity schedule that the Antioch Christian Church organizes for the community and parishioners. This historic structure was built in 1859 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
One of the busiest airports in the state, the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport, also known as Kansas City Downtown Airport, lies right at the point where the Missouri River curves on its course through the city. Once known as Kansas City Municipal Airport, as christened by Charles Lindbergh, the airport has had a successful history, partially due to the Trans World Airlines that used to be headquartered here, and also due to the airport's central placement in the country. Today, the airport comprises an area of approximately 700 acres (283 hectares), and boasts first-rate facilities and services like Instrument Landing System, hangars, leasing and charters of airplanes, and even car rentals. See the website to know more.
The Metropolitan Community Colleges District has five renowned colleges operating under its name. The MCC-Business and Technology College focuses on industrial and technical training programs. The Campus includes 56,500 square feet exhibit halls—Hall A and Hall B, equipped with technical facilities. The halls are used for meetings, educational seminars, auctions and social functions like college reunions. The venue's locational advantage, infrastructure and free parking facilities makes MCC-BTC a preferred choice for events.
Church of the Resurrection or The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection is a significant church in Kansas city that works towards creating a harmonized community. This modern church has many ministries that are involved in many social programs. The church is into a lot of charity work and carries out many community activities. You can be a part of the sermons, choirs or liturgical and spiritual lectures that are conducted here. The church also initiates programs for education, health care, food and so on. It has been involved in rehabilitation work in the recent Haiti earthquake victims. Check the website for further details.
Yellow cabs are synonymous with Kansas City roads and can be hailed from anywhere in the metropolitan city area. The service is available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year and can be reserved at anytime from anywhere. Service is quick and reliable...a good option for easy traveling.
Kansas City is located at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers, and gained prominence as a major transit hub in the late 19th Century. Early settlers came and went, often unable to maintain a tenable living situation, until John McCoy established a trading post along a bend in the river, drawing investors, traders and settlers to the area. The city was one of the earliest hotbeds of conflict preceding the Civil War, as pro-Union residents clashed with settlers from the South. After the war, the city won the rights to construct the Hannibal & St. Joseph bridge which quadrupled the city's population over fifty years. Today, the city is famous for its abundance of fountains, second only to Rome in number.
This center is the information hub for those that want to learn more about where the great expansion of American began. It is part of the larger three-trails historic area and run by the non-profit Historical Society of New Santa Fe. However, these 'three' trails have nothing to do with hiking excursions, in fact, they signify three of the largest primeval American highways that came through the region. The Santa Fe, Oregon and California all coalesce here. Inside, there is a museum which depicts life on these trails, a replica pioneer depot, and relics from the Battle of Westport; one of the largest Civil War battles fought in the West.
Originally home to the Native American Kansa people, the first European to explore the area was Francisco Vasquez de Coronado on 1541. In 1803, Kansas was bought in the Louisiana Purchase as part of Missouri Territory. After years of settlement, Kansas became the 34th state to enter the union of the United States of America in 1861. Today, Kansas is well known for its agriculture, farming and oil. The state's major cities include Wichita, Topeka and part of Kansas City.
In downtown Kansas City, this is a huge complex that provides plenty of space for a variety of events. Spread over almost 400,000 square feet, the center has many spaces within it, suitable for different kinds of events. 46 meeting rooms, 46,000 square feet ballroom space and a 2,400 seats capacity theater are located within the center. For exhibitions and concerts, there's 388,800 square feet open space on the first level and additional space on two levels. Festivals, concerts, meetings, conferences it's all best hosted and presented at the Kansas City Convention Center. The center is within close reach from the happening city life, businesses and luxurious downtown Hotels.
Located on level 2 of the Kansas City Convention Center's Conference Center, the venue is a huge 40,500 sq.ft spacious center. In banquet-style the venue can hold upto 3,000 people. There are four spacious meeting rooms and can be divides into 8 smaller breakout rooms. Carpeted, soundproofed, technically well-equipped, the facility is ideal for meetings with its adaptable floor space.