Hotel Reservations

Deadline: February 10, 2022 

Loews Kansas City Hotel

1515 Wyandotte Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
(816) 897-7070

The all-new Loews Kansas City Hotel showcases 800 guest rooms, a lobby bar, three-meal restaurant, grab & go coffee shop, indoor lap pool, and 60,000 square feet of meeting and event space, which connects directly to the Kansas City Convention Center via a new pedestrian bridge.

Conveniently within walking distance to key attractions and other destination landmarks like the Kansas City Power & Light District, T-Mobile Center, KC Streetcar, and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.

Discounted Room Rate: $194 plus tax per night

Room Block Is Open: Book Online Now
To make your reservation online, use the reservation link and click the "Make A Reservation" button on the top right. If you would prefer to speak with a Loews Travel Planner, please call (877) 748-1451 and reference our group PCI227

Check-in: 4 PM
Check-out: 11 AM
Pet Fee:
$50 non-refundable charge

Valet Parking: $30 per night, plus tax
Self Parking: $22 per night, plus tax, with in and out privileges.

Reservation Policy: All reservations must be accompanied by a non-refundable first night deposit, paid with a major credit card.  Any reservations canceled will be charged for one night per room and tax.

The Precast Show Exhibitors

The exhibitors’ room block is available at the Kansas City Marriott Downtown and the Crowne Plaza Kansas City Downtown. Visit The Precast Show website for complete hotel and reservation details.

Hotel Pirate Warning

NOTE: It is not uncommon for unauthorized vendors to try and sell attendees hotel rooms.  These vendors may claim to be representing the PCI Convention.  The Precast Show or NPCA stating that the room block is “sold out” and that you must make a reservation with them immediately.  Please be careful and book your room directly with the hotel or the link provided on our website.  Often these vendors will add fees that could substantially inflate your costs and expose our organizations to penalties for not meeting our room block.

Kansas City

Fun Facts

  • Kansas City’s streetcar, opened in 2016, is free to the public, as is the entire Kansas City, Mo., scheduled bus transit system. A streetcar stop is located one block east of the Loews Kansas City Hotel.

  • Walt Disney opened his first animation studio, Laugh-O-Gram studios, in Kansas City, and that is where he fed a small rodent that became the inspiration for Mickey Mouse.

  • Hallmark, the largest greeting card maker in the world, began in Kansas City in 1910, when Joyce C. Hall started selling postcards out of two shoeboxes at the local YMCA.

  • Kansas City “ignored” Prohibition during the 1920s, leading to an abundance of jazz clubs, brothels, and gambling halls. KC even earned the moniker “the Paris of the Plains” after one journalist wrote, “If you want to see some sin, forget Paris and head to Kansas City.”

  • Also known as the “City of Fountains,” Kansas City features more than 200 fountains scattered throughout the metro area. Large and small, artistically intricate and cleverly simple, these showpieces grace courtyards, parklands, and tree-lined boulevards.

  • Modeled after Seville, Spain, Kansas City’s Country Club Plaza opened in 1922 as the nation’s first outdoor shopping district.

  • The National WWI Museum and Memorial houses the most comprehensive collection of World War I artifacts in the world.

  • The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, located just south of the Kansas City Convention Center, received the Harry H. Edwards Industry Advancement Award and Best Theater Award as part of the 2012 PCI Design Awards.

CDC Helpful Travel Tips

  • Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. Wash your hands with soap and water often, especially before eating.
  • If soap and water aren’t available, clean hands with hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth. If you need to touch your face, make sure your hands are clean.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
  • Try to avoid contact with people who are sick.
  • If you are sick, stay home or in your hotel room, unless you need medical care.