Smithville currently has no Travelocity rooms itself. But, we offer no less than 27 places to rest and relax that are within an easy driving distance.
The Ameristar Casino Hotel Kansas City, Missouri, which is the nearest accommodation option, lies 17 miles (28 kilometers) from central Smithville. A secondary easily-reached Travelocity-listed accommodation option is the Residence Inn by Marriott Kansas City Airport, which is found in Missouri, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the downtown area of Smithville.
The Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Kansas City At Village West is about 25 miles (38 kilometers) from the town center of Smithville. Or, alternatively, the Kansas City Airport Marriott is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) away. You might like to check out the amenities and rates at the Holiday Inn Express Village West or the Courtyard Kansas City at Briarcliff.
To enjoy more of the prairies in this region of United States of America, you should plan a trip in other parts of Kansas City - Northwest Missouri. Modern travelers can meet locals at local various attractions or have a go at horse riding before you reserve a local lodging.
Looking for more things to do? You could spend a few hours seeing Watkins Mill State Park and Excelsior Golf Course, which can be found in Excelsior Springs, 19 miles (30 kilometers) to the east of Smithville. A few Excelsior Springs hotels and apartments include the The Elms Hotel & Spa and Inn on Crescent Lake Bed and Breakfast. 30 miles (49 kilometers) to the southeast of Smithville, you'll find Blue Springs, which boasts the Hampton Inn Kansas City/Blue Springs and Courtyard by Marriott Blue Springs. The Missouri Town 1855 and Fleming Park are more popular points of interest to visit when visiting Blue Springs.
If you enjoy sports and enjoy watching local matches you should make a trip to Sprint Center, found 20 miles (33 kilometers) to the south of Smithville. Book Travelocity-listed accommodation close to the action at the Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, Autograph Collection or the Hilton President Kansas City.