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Great Wolf Lodge Kansas City

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With a stay at Great Wolf Lodge Kansas City in Kansas City (I-435 West KC-KS), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Legends Outlets Kansas City and Kansas Speedway. This family-friendly resort is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Children's Mercy Park and 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Village West.Make yourself at home ...

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-Kid Cabin)

1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed

544 sq feet


Internet - Free WiFi

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Max 6 adults

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5

Suíte família (Waterpark Included-Family)

2 Queen Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed

448 sq feet


Layout - Separate sitting area

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-Majestic Bear)

2 Queen Beds, 1 King Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed

836 sq feet


Internet - Free WiFi

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5

Suíte (Waterpark Included-Wolf Den)

1 Queen Bed and 2 Twin Beds

448 sq feet


Internet - Free WiFi

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Quarto, 1 cama Queen com sofá-cama, Acessível (Waterpark Included)

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed

448 sq feet


Layout - Separate sitting area

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Suíte, Lareira (Waterpark Included-Fireplace)

3 Queen Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed

736 sq feet


Relax - Fireplace

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-KidKamp)

2 Twin Beds, 1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed

448 sq feet


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Property Info

With a stay at Great Wolf Lodge Kansas City in Kansas City (I-435 West KC-KS), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Legends Outlets Kansas City and Kansas Speedway. This family-friendly resort is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Children's Mercy Park and 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Village West.Make yourself at home in one of the 281 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones with free local calls...

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Check-in starts at: 16:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Amenities

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Salas de reuniõesPiscina externa sazonalPiscinaWheelchair-accessible path to elevatorWheelchair accessible (limitations may apply)Espaço para conferênciasBanheiro acessívelOpções de compras no localElevadorBusiness centerJornais grátis no saguãoCofre na recepçãoWheelchair accessible parkingBalcão de recepção acessível para cadeira de rodasNúmero de bares/lounges: 1Acessível para cadeira de rodas (pode haver limitações)AcademiasNúmero de restaurantes: 1Designated smoking areasEstacionamento grátis sem manobristaRecepção 24 horasWi-Fi grátisToboáguaNumber of spa tubs - 1Número de piscinas internas: 1ATM/bankingÁreas para fumantes (sujeitas a multas)Sala de jogos/videogamesSpa de serviço completoGift shops or newsstandChuveiro com barras de apoioChildren's poolWheelchair-accessible on-site restaurantWheelchair-accessible poolRota acessível para cadeira de rodasBares à beira da piscina - 1Wheelchair-accessible public washroomSnack bar/deliNúmero de cafeterias: 1Academia 24 horasAcesso grátis ao parque aquáticoEstacionamento para RV, ônibus, caminhãoCadeiras de rodas disponíveis no localLazy riverCabanas de piscina (sobretaxa)

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    1070

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    921

  • Good

    612

  • Reasonable

    409

  • Bad

    241

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    27

  • Couples

    21

  • Solo travel

    0

  • Family

    2916

  • Friends getaway

    54

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Kids will have fun, adults will feel robbed

Reviewed 27 march, 2022

We stayed in a family suite for three nights for spring break. I felt bad giving just 2/5 stars but I would say it’s maybe 2.5/5. The business is printing money which is fine, if the facilities were receiving some of that back to maintain the condition you would expect for 500 dollars a night. Rooms desperately need upgraded. For instance, shower is a 5.99 spout nothing you would ever find paying this much anywhere else, no USB plugs in the room which are pretty standard now. Carpets, railings, lighting all dingy and dirty. The kids will have loads of fun, but Great Wolf could learn a few tips from Disney on how to create loyalty. Will not be back.

ClairML

Overpriced for what you get

Reviewed 26 march, 2022

Very overpriced for what you get. Rooms are dated and poorly lit. Outlets are in weird locations and some of them didn't work - not ideal for charging phones. No hot water in showers. Sink and tub drain very slowly. At the end of each shower, you're standing in 6 inches of water. Everything is designed to get you to spend more money. Prices in the arcade go up at night versus during the day. Food is overpriced. $27 for a bottle of substandard wine.... The water in the waterpark is not 84 degrees. I'm not sure what photos are posted on their website, but some of the photos are misleading - they are either highly staged or of another, newer facility. Our six-year-old did have a lot of fun, but the water park is not really conducive to a one-year-old. Was led to believe Cub Paw Pool would be slightly more engaging than 18" of cold water for a toddler to stand in while being bombarded by hard jets of water. We paid for a week's stay in a suite, but definitely do not feel like this is worth the money spent. Would NOT recommend this location. The staff was fine and helpful - but the facility did appear to be understaffed.

teresacT539AJ

4,5/5

Reviewed 12 march, 2022

Overall a great experience. I didn’t feel I could give 5/5. But if 4.5/5 was an option, I would have given that. Staff is phenomenal and easy to work with. I divided below some pros and cons. Pros Great rooms. Lots of space. Lots of activities Lots of different water attractions (slides and such) Staff is very nice and are all about the experience for the kids Ability to go and unwind in your room from activities is easy Checkout process Cons Everything inside of resort is expensive Pool can be very crowded 4 elevators are not enough for busy times Checkin process As with anything, lack of staff has some things shut down for parts of our visit We didn’t experience it but lines at restaurant were crazy long at times Tips Bring your own food and eat in the room Get a paw pass… worth the money

midwesttravelingman

Just OK- Get ready to drop some $

Reviewed 1 march, 2022

Went for a long weekend as a family with our kids, ages 10 and 7. I will say the kids had a blast and really enjoyed it. They were the perfect ages for all the waterpark attractions, and loved the waterpark. Waterpark was very clean, restrooms in the waterpark were gross. Rooms were OK, nothing special, very outdated, beds were not comfortable. The food and food service were a nightmare, and everything "extra" costs extra money. If we did it again, we would stay at a nicer hotel and just get a day pass. We spent hundreds of dollars extra in just two days in addition to the room fee. The front desk staff were very very nice.

833laynas

Not $2500 worth of fun

Reviewed 23 february, 2022

I’d like to make it clear that we have no complaints about the staff; everyone we interacted with was very kind. Going forward, we would NOT recommend Great Wolf Lodge. I realize that COVID has impacted the tourism industry, but if you can’t provide all of the proposed experiences, then the price should be reflective of those shortcomings. Maintaining objectivity… First: Our room was okay. Nothing fancy, but we only paid for the standard room. However, the bathtub didn’t drain properly and we were standing in 6 inches of water at every shower. The handle on the toilet was also broken. On our second evening there I asked if someone could come service our room to take out the trash, vacuum only under the “dining” table, and change the linens on one of the beds; my children accidentally spilled something, no additional cleaning needed. We were told that because of COVID housekeeping would not make rounds. Place the trash and linens in the hallway and someone would bring a bag of fresh linens, but we would have to change the bed ourselves and there was nothing they could do about the crumbs on the floor. So, at 8-months pregnant, I’m changing our own sheets. It would have been nice to at least know beforehand that we wouldn't receive housekeeping services. Second: There were minimal dining options. A couple of the areas weren’t open at all during our stay, so the two places to get breakfast were “Sweets & Eats” and the “Camp Critter Bar & Grille”. Neither of those locations opened until 0900. Once they opened the lines were very long; everyone else was waiting for breakfast too. The sweets place was “over 45 minutes behind on orders”. Our kids wake up at 0600 so waiting for 3 hours is too long for a 2 & 4-year old. On the second night we went to the sweet shop for ice cream. The line was about 10-15 minutes long, but when we got to the front the “only” ice cream scoop had broken so they couldn’t serve anyone else. On our last day, the sweets shop never opened. We ordered DoorDash or picked up all of our meals. Third: The kids enjoyed the swim area (which is a big reason why we went), but the different areas were intermittently closed throughout the day for staffing. Certain areas are only for the little kids and if it’s closed, they can’t play, which is again the primary reason we went. This also doesn’t open until 1000, so if breakfast isn’t open until 9 and pools open at 10, the wait to swim is even longer. Fourth: Experiences, meh. There aren’t a lot of attractions for the little kids, so we purchased wands for the MagiQuest. The concept is fun, but a good part of the game involves different places that react to the wands, and a lot of those locations didn’t work, i.e, the treasure chest doesn’t open automatically, or nothing reacts. The 0900 clock tower show isn’t very long, and it involves animatronic characters, which can’t be heard over the noise of the lobby. There is only one character appearance, that lasts 15 minutes. Wiley stands on a roped off stage and waves…that’s all. This doesn’t happen until 1045, which if the pool (the biggest draw) opens at 1000, kids aren’t going to leave to wave at a character they can’t really interact with. Evening Story time is 10 minutes and, again, hard to hear because it’s in the lobby. Again, I understand that COVID has impacted the tourism industry, but if you can’t provide a service, you shouldn’t be charging as much as if you could. The experience we got was in absolutely no way worth paying over $2500 for 3 nights.

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