What's New in Kansas City

Kansas City is about to get even better.

Trendy boutique hotels like 21c Museum Hotel, Hotel Indigo and the Crossroads Hotel mark Downtown KC’s latest lodging additions. Then there’s the new Loews Kansas City, which opens in Downtown KC in 2020 and will add 800 guest rooms and 60,000 square feet of meeting space to the heart of the city. On top of that, the new single-terminal airport lands in early 2023, meaning traveling to and from Kansas City will be easier and more comfortable than ever.

But those are just a few of the projects underway to ensure that KC remains the capital of the New Midwest. See what’s new in the City of Fountains.

New Single-Terminal at KCI Lands in 2023

New KCI Airport rendering

Fit for the modern traveler, the new single-terminal at Kansas City International Airport will feature 39 gates, updated amenities and new dining options, all with the convenience current travelers know and love.

Loews Kansas City Debuts 2020

Loews Convention Center Hotel

The new 800-room Loews Kansas City will totally change the convention package in Kansas City. Think big.

State-of-the-art amenities, a signature restaurant, 60,000 square feet of meeting and event space and a new connector bridge to the Kansas City Convention Center combine to make the perfect lodging option for any group of any size. Expect this new addition to the city skyline in 2020.

Modern Streetcar

Climb aboard the Wi-Fi-enabled KC Streetcar to explore the city’s thriving Downtown.

Perfect for business travel or leisure, the 2.2-mile route connects Downtown Kansas City’s most popular neighborhoods and convention districts, including Power & Light, the Crossroads and Crown Center/Union Station. Plus, with stops only steps away from the Kansas City Convention Center, attendees can go from work to play and stay with ease.

New Properties, Renovations Highlight Downtown Hotel Renaissance

Hilton President - Junior Suite King

Kansas City excels when it comes to overnight accommodations, dining out and meeting locations. In fact, the metropolitan area already touts more than 34,000 hotel rooms—with 4,200 committable rooms in the convention core by 2020.

More hotels mean more convenience. Additions like Hotel Indigo, 21c Museum Hotel and the Loews Kansas City (opening in 2020) make KC even better for meetings. See what’s new in the hotel scene.