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Hotels in Kansas City near Arrowhead Stadium

Arrowhead Stadium Introduction

Home ground of the National Football League (NFL) team, the Kansas City Chiefs, the Arrowhead Stadium forms part of the Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City. Opened in 1948, this popular 76,000-seater stadium shares the complex with the Kauffman Stadium, where the Kansas City Royals Major League Baseball (MLB) team are based. There are several restaurant chains within a 10- or 12-minute walk of the stadium, and it's less than a mile from CoCo Key Water Resort. Downtown Kansas City is 8 miles northwest, where you'll find many museums, theaters, and barbecue restaurants.

Hotels near Arrowhead Stadium

There are several hotels within a mile or so of the Arrowhead Stadium, ranging from budget inns to mid-range hotels. At the affordable end of the scale, you'll find chains offering bright, simple rooms; some lodgings have restaurants, bars, and indoor or outdoor pools. Many will also offer free breakfast and parking. The NFL football season runs from September to January, when the area attracts premium room rates around home games. For the best hotel deals, visit the area in February and March, or around October and November when temperatures are cooler, although there's more chance of rain.

Where to stay near Arrowhead Stadium

The Arrowhead Stadium is part of the Truman Sports Complex, which is situated between the suburbs of Raytown, Independence, and East Side. Many sports fans opt to stay around I-70, an urban area which has a wealth of affordable accommodation, plus a handful of roadside diners. First-time visitors often choose to stay closer to the city's other main attractions. You could head to the Power and Light District, Kansas City's buzzy entertainment hub, where you'll find live music venues, low-key bars, and some of the state's best barbecue restaurants.

Things to see near Arrowhead Stadium

You could catch a Major League Baseball game next door at the Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals. Or take the family to Kansas City Zoo, a 200-acre wildlife park founded in 1909, which lies 8 miles south of the stadium. If you venture 10 miles north of the complex, you could be riding the rollercoasters at the Worlds of Fun theme park. If you take a 20-minute drive west from the sports park, you can see major artworks at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, which is housed in an ornate 19th-century neoclassical building.

How to get to Arrowhead Stadium

The Arrowhead Stadium is easily reached by car. It's off I-70 and I-435, 8 miles southeast of downtown Kansas City. There's ample parking on-site. Kansas City International Airport is 28 miles northwest of the stadium, which is around a 30-minute drive. If you're traveling by train, the Amtrak stops at Union Station in downtown. You can reach the stadium from Kansas City by public transport. It's on the Metro Area eXpress (MAX) bus network, which takes around an hour. Getting around downtown is straightforward. Hop on the free Street Car, which connects Union Station to various city attractions.

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