The Westwood neighborhood is a quiet gem full of 1940’s Mill Houses and newly constructed modern homes of those who have discovered this treasure of a neighborhood. The heart of Westwood is the 9.3-acre park on the edge of its border. The neighborhood, tucked into the area behind Pembroke Hill School on Ward Parkway, is home to 300 families. They range from retired folks to families with young children and live in a variety of homes from single-family bungalows to much larger spaces.
Tucked behind the Plaza and Westport Road, Westwood is the quietest happening neighborhood in Kansas City. Make time to visit the eclectic antique stores and art galleries at 45th and State Line, and be sure to eat at Cupini’s for authentic Italian in a charming historic building with a string light-bedecked patio.
The Westwood room is located on the third floor. It boasts a host of amenities including:
– King-sized bed in one room
– Twin Trundle bed in the adjoining room
– Jack-and-Jill bathroom adjoining the two rooms
– Armchair reading nook
– Large walk-in shower
– Private toilet
– Personal coffee maker
– 2 plush robes
– 1 Smart TV in the King bedroom
– Mini fridge
Each room is equipped with plenty of fresh linens, towels, and essential toiletries.