Who knows the best things to do in a city? Hoteliers. That’s right, the unsung heroes of check-ins and check-outs. These front office agents and managers know a thing or two about Overland Park and they’ve got recommendations locked and loaded, ready to make their next guests’ stay extra special. We chatted with them to give you their inside scoop about the best things to do in Overland Park and the KC Metro.
Noelle Owen - Front Office Manager, Marriott Overland Park
“You’ve got to try the BBQ!!!”
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Marriott Kansas City Overland Park
At the Marriott Kansas City Overland Park, business and leisure travelers alike will enjoy deluxe…
Kevin Miller - Director of Operations, Sheraton Overland Park
“There is something for everyone and you can keep busy for a while. Arthur Bryant’s, one of the founding fathers of KC BBQ is a BBQ must in KC, and shopping in Country Club Plaza, the WWI museum, and the streetcar are definitely highlights in the metro.”
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Sheraton Overland Park Hotel at the Convention Center
Conveniently attached to the Overland Park Convention Center, this hotel is easily accessible to…
Christian Andrick - Front Office Manager, Doubletree by Hilton Overland Park
“Go to Indian Creek Trail, it has the best running and biking.”
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Located in the heart of Overland Park, the Doubletree offers first class amenities in a relaxed…
Hannah Huffman - Assistant General Manager, Drury Inn & Suites Overland Park
“I always like to give guests suggestions of places that are free in Kansas City, especially for families. I always recommend the Nelson Atkins Art Museum, Union Station, and the River Market to check-out our awesome streetcar!”
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Drury Inn & Suites
A convenient location for business and leisure travelers, located just off I-435 and Metcalf Avenue…