Comfort Suites Independence - Kansas City
19751 E. Valley View Parkway
Independence, MO 64057
Phone: (816) 373-9880
Fax: (816) 373-9885
Half Price Books is a discount store selling a wide selection of new and old books. The store has a lot of activities like book drives for kids, competitions among fans and more.
Journeys is a shoe store which stocks up on shoes for teenagers and young adults. Located in the Independence Center shopping mall, the shop sells shoes of brands like Converse, Vans, Uggs, Polo adidas and more.
Hot Topic is a clothing and accessories store which specializes in clothing inspired by music and pop culture. Browse through sections with band t-shirts, vinyl records, watches, jewelry and more.
Independence Center houses 150 shops selling fashionable apparel, accessories, gifting items, jewelry and cosmetics. It also has a huge play area with an attractive carousel for kids.
Barnes & Noble bookstores are a well-known chain of book shops which are spread all across the globe. This branch in Independence Commons, has a great selection of toys and a lively cafe within its premises.
Shoe Carnival is a one-stop shop for footwear where you can find shoes for everyone and every occasion. With popular brands and reasonably low prices, this shop in the Independence Center shopping mall is a great place to meet all your footwear needs.
Embodying the spirit of youth, rue21 is a chain of clothing stores which features apparel which are both fashionable and affordable. Keep up with the latest trends in men and women's apparel and accessories at this store.
Bass Pro Shops is the place to go before heading on enthralling outdoor adventures. It sells canoes, kayaks, bows, fishing lines and hunting boots among other products. The various departments include archery, hunting, fishing, camping, boating and rifle shooting.
If you came to shop in KC, you must take part in the Crown Center experience. This upscale complex, spread over 85 acres, is home to 80 shops and restaurants, as well as two luxurious hotels and the international headquarters of Hallmark Cards. Created in 1968, the shopping center connects to the Hyatt Regency Crown Center, Westin Crown Center Hotel and Union Station via a skywalk. The facility attracts convention groups to the Destination Crown Center and it offers 140,000 square feet of meeting space. If you want to catch a movie, there is the Crown Center Cinemas on the third level.
This cute Crown Center shop offers a slew of gift and food items produced in the Kansas City area. The vast array of products includes barbecue sauces and seasonings, snacks, popcorn, coffees, teas, jams and jellies, candies, steaks, books, videos, CDs, apparel and more. A vast array of gift baskets is available for purchase in the store and on the Internet, so you can enjoy the tastes of KC no matter where you happen to be. Additional location: 1532 Grand Blvd (+1 816 303 7330).
Pryde’s is a store that makes you feel like you are in your grandma’s kitchen, complete with the smell of freshly baked pies wafting up from the in-store bakery, The Upper Crust. Friendly experts gladly help you navigate this gigantic, two-story pantry that has everything you could ever want for your kitchen: pots, pans, appliances, kitchen gadgets of all kinds, collectable Fiestaware and Armetale, decorations, and much more. A family owned business for almost fifty years, Pryde’s is now internationally recognized as one the most complete kitchen accessory stores. -Robin Sontheimer
More than just a thrift store, Arizona Trading Company does the hard work for you by sifting through the boring stuff and only providing the hippest styles of clothes, shoes, dresses, coats, hats, and accessories. This Westport store could be responsible for the fashion of the whole area, with their popular bright colors and mix-matched apparel. They will buy your old clothes, or you can make an in-store trade with them. The prices are great for the name brands they have, and the clothes are near new. They also offer some locally made jewelry and accessories. They carry clothes for both work and play. -Robin Sontheimer