American hotel owner-operator MCR has announced the acquisition of Homewood Suites by Hilton Kansas City Speedway, making it the company’s first hotel in Kansas.
The four-storey extended-stay hotel began welcoming guests in 2018.
Located at 10922 Parallel Parkway in Kansas City, the hotel features 108 suites ranging from studio, one-bedroom to two-bedroom options. Each of these pet-friendly suites are attached with a kitchenette.
The Homewood Suites also houses a lobby lounge, a 720ft2 meeting area, and free parking with 125 spaces and electric vehicle charging facility.
A fitness centre, an indoor pool, complimentary breakfast, grab-and-go snacks and beverages are additional amenities offered.
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Additionally, the hotel provides free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour business centre for the convenience of guests on work trips.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Kansas City Speedway, situated within Village West entertainment district, is a short distance from Children’s Mercy Park, Legends Field as well as Kansas Speedway that hosts several sports events annually.
Furthermore, the hotel is walking distance away from commercial centres including Hollywood Casino and Legends Outlets, a mall spread across 1.2mft2.
With a portfolio of 145 premium hotels worth $5.0bn, MCR runs nine Marriott brands, eight Hilton brands and several independent hotels.
Founded in 2006, the hotel owner-operator has a staff headcount of 6,000 members across New York City, Dallas, Chicago and Richmond, Virginia.
In July this year, MCR secured a $420m refinancing for 30 hotels across 17 US states.