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Hotel Review – Drury Inn Kansas City Shawnee Mission


Hope you enjoy this tour of one of my “homes away from home”. I’m at this hotel for work at least once every month or 2. I like the semi-vintage 70s/80s feel this property has, combined of course with good maintenance and (mostly) solid housekeeping. See more on TripAdvisor – https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g38898-d96922-r509342542-Drury_Inn_Kansas_City_Shawnee_Mission-Merriam_Kansas.html

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  1. that must be a popular area. my Boston preference is Malden MA Econolodge. aging bathroom looks great though. rainfall shower sprays over a larger area. i didn't expect a mirror closet. that's one pillow per day. resi thermo is easy to read.

    minimum for advertisements is 10 minutes.

  2. I stayed at Drury Inn in O'Fallon Ill. I was very impressed. Very clean with a great bed. You don't see many in the Atlanta area that I'm in. Very good chain.

  3. I had a video of me doing the elevator at Drury Inn at Springfield Illinois. But then I lost the video. Of course almost like 1/2 the places with elevators I go to, they have Dover or Thysennkrupp Elevators. The elevator there was a Dover Impulse that serves floors 1-5, and also, it was well maintained.

  4. Nice review! That room looks perfectly fine. Love the brick wall in the room!


  5. If you are there once a month, why do they give you the smallest room? You can tell the smallest by the hotel diagram. No way those are the only King beds on property.

  6. Always love watching these reviews, I am going to be doing one myself when I am in Reno next weekend and should have it posted sometime at the end of next weekend.

  7. I love Drury Inns; the best value going. As far as I know all the hotels are company owned and not franchised out – that is why they have good quality. The are slowly moving eastward with a new property in Pittsburgh and a few down in North Carolina.

  8. This is at I-35 and Shawnee Mission Parkway right? Oh, love your Amtrak videos. I am waiting for a Southwest Chief video.

  9. Drury is my go-to hotel brand when ever I'm in the Ohio and west area. I will even bypass a Hampton Inn. Just wish it would expand more in the East. The rooms are always quiet and clean. The breakfast can't be beat; they have a welcome reception every evening with free alcoholic drinks (I pass on that) and a light meal. All Drury's are company owned.

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