Kansas City's Gay Men's Chorus
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Hotel Phillips Reopening

Model Guest Room Hotel Phillips

The iconic Hotel Phillips, in downtown Kansas City, reopens its doors after completing a $20 million renovation, offering Kansas City residents and visitors the opportunity to experience a variety of eclectic food and beverage destinations, unique arts and culture programs, 1930’s art deco design, and modern guest rooms.

While the 20-story iconic hotel offers 216 exquisite guest rooms and suites that combine historic charm with modern-day amenities and comforts, Hotel Phillips also offers exceptional dining – Italian restaurant, Tavernonna Italian Kitchen, cocktail parlor, P.S. Speakeasy and coffee bar, Kilo Charlie – and entertainment options, unlike any Kansas City hotel has ever seen.

Combining its love for Kansas City and the arts, Hotel Phillips created its unique ArtLight program, which supports ongoing arts and culture, and partners with a variety of local and national visual and performing arts groups throughout the year, to bring intimate cultural experiences to Kansas City. The program features a dedicated Art Concierge, who provides recommendations for local arts and cultural activities, as to highlight the best that Kansas City has to offer.

Additionally, Hotel Phillips will also host ‘pop-up’ exhibits and performances, where hotel guests might find themselves singing along with a choir member, or getting a sneak-peek of a new ballet.  In fact, the Heartland Men’s Choir’s is a proud participant in the Hotel Phillips’ ArtLight program.

As visitors begin to flock to Hotel Phillips for its exceptional hospitality, and food and beverage and entrainment programs, you can learn more about upcoming events and details of the hotel’s many offerings, by visiting: www.hotelphillips.com.

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