Most historic bed and breakfast Post Civil War America, circa 1884 located in the heart of downtown Kansas City Missouri and cross roads arts district. The B&B is Within walking distance of the following attractions: Kaufman Center of Performing Arts, Bartle Hall Convention Center, Sprint Center arena and Power and Light District, Kansas City Art District featuring First Friday Arts Run, The National World War One Museum, short distance to the new kc street car featuring daily free runs from union station to the farmers market until 2 a. m. local Gourmet Restaurants, and Many more attractions. By the way, a short distance from the famous 18th and vine jazz district. Although the Overture rents multiple rooms, the facility is not large enough for wedding or special events.
4.6 on April 14, 2017
Had an extremely pleasant stay. Shower water pressure was a bit low but it's like complaining about the size of the mansions in heaven, ha ha :b 3 stars for dining because it didn't really apply to me, but this site made me enter a rating, just FYI - not a reflection on the establishment
4.6 on April 12, 2017
I really enjoyed my stay. I loved the history of the house, the accommodations, and the owners. Well done!
4.4 on March 19, 2017
Luke, the proprietor, clearly loves his job and loves K.C. His local knowledge and enthusiasm made my stay more fun. The rooms are lovely, the beds excellent, the breakfasts delicious. The internet is fast however, the rooms are not ideally configured with desks and plugs for business travelers (a minor inconvenience for me). All in all, I strongly recommend 1812.
3.8 on March 17, 2017
Breakfast was very delicious . The location was perfect. We will definately be staying there again.
3.4 on March 17, 2017
nice location with easy access to several of the popular areas of KC. a major highway runs behind the lodging, but i did not find the noise bothersome.
5 on December 04, 2016
I attended a seed confrence ealry November for a week and stayed at Overture. Very nice rooms, friendly and welcoming staff, good food, and an overall at home feel. Alos quite conveninetly located - my congress was at the Crowne Center and I could conveniently walk ther in 15min. Great place to stay.
5 on November 28, 2016
Where to begin... upon entering the 1812 Overture B&B, you were able to tell right away you were in for a fantastic stay. The home is decorated so beautifully. We were greeted by Pedro & Luke like we were longtime friends returning for a visit (this was our first stay, but will not be our last). Luke gave us a tour of the 1st floor, which included a living room, parlor, dining room and sitting room. Throughout the tour Luke told us of the history of the “Irish Hill Neighborhood” and the 20 year old Irish woman that owned the home in 1884. Her parents owned the house next door, which is no longer there. He also pointed out the furniture that was Hattie’s original that had survived over the last 132 years. We then went outside to the lovely outdoor patio area and then to the private Hot Tub gazebo. We enjoyed the Hot Tub on both Saturday and Sunday nights. The tour continued to the upstairs suites, there are 5 of them all decorated in their own special theme. We were lucky enough to stay in the Blue Room, which had its own private 2 person Jacuzzi tub, which we enjoyed on Sunday & Monday. Breakfasts served up by Luke were incredible. Not only is Luke an accomplished artist, he is surely a force in the kitchen serving up the most delicious egg omelets with as much “zing” as you need! Please make sure you try their homemade jalapeno each jelly on a slice of toast or English muffin, it is out of this world! Our 2 days were extremely relaxing and enjoyable, we visited with both Pedro and Luke on a few occasions, and they were both always happy to share a little more history and knowledge of this historic house and the surrounding area. Thank you so much Pedro & Luke, we hope to see you very soon! Lori & John PS: Next time we want to try your "World Famous Fried Eggs" !!
5 on November 22, 2016
I absolutely love this special B&B. I am beyond grateful to have found this hidden gem. Pedro and Luke are the most hospitable hosts, and the room that I stayed in was so roomy and cosey. I highly recommend staying here if ever in KC.
3.6 on October 13, 2016
Pros: nice historic house, good price for room, Luke and Pedro are very helpful and gracious hosts. Cons: no soap/shampoo, only lotion. Nice deck outside room has view blocked by big bush. Breakfast was good, but could have been a bit more special than fried eggs.
4.6 on September 29, 2016
I came to Kansas City for work and decided to stay in a B & B, and am so happy I did. I rented the Guatemalan Getaway and was so pleased. There was a lot of room, great view, and I had my own bathroom. I was very happy that my mini fridge was stocked with water daily and breakfast was offered. Overall, great location and price! Thanks for the accommodations Luke!
Large romantic Victoria suite, private bath with glass corner shower, cozy sitting aria with sofa, reclining chair, 32 inch flat screen television, mini fridge, complementary water, WiFi, fantastic views: National World War 1 Monument and Museum, Missouri Federal Bank and Money Museum, Freight House and Crown Center District. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
This suite is inspired by the travels to the ancient Mayan city of tikal, located in the mountains of Guatemala. Spacious, romantic, 32 inch flat screen television with siting aria, mini kitchen- mini fridge and microwave, coffee maker, WiFi, breakfast served in b & b dinning room. Room features one full size standard bed with an additional pull out single sleeper if require. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Romantic room with ski lights, mini fridge, complementary water, microwave, coffee maker, desk, 32 inch flat screen television, WiFi, and breakfast served in b&b dinning room. Spacious private bathroom just a step away. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Cozy, private martini deck with a fantastic view of kcmo arts district, mini fridge, complimentary water with working desk, 32 inch flat screen television, WiFi, and breakfast in b&b dinning room. Private bath just a step away. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
spacious suite, mini fridge, complementary water, coffee maker, siting aria, flat screen television, WiFi, steps away from patio and hot tub gazebo, breakfast in b&b dinning room. Call one our team members for a more personal reservation experience. 816 645 2405 or book online.
Kansas City, MO (MCI) 12 miles
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Night life, Bike trail, Fine Dining, Crown Center Plaza, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn
Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Private entrance, Telephone, Wired internet , Outdoor gazebo and hot tub, Rose gardens and benches, Large patio with tables and chairs, Full Breakfast, In the heart of the Crossroad Art District, lLarge patio with tables and chairs
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Golfing, City Market, Union Station, Science City, Convention Center, Bartle Hall, Walk to restaurants and clubs, World War One Monument, Sprint Sports and Concert Center , five blocks, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming