To be fair, we would've believed the 25 million visitors "anally" meme.
And so, in retrospect, this hotel was one of the worst decisions that was ever forced on Kansas City. It was always a bad idea but welcoming guests during a plague is now a HISTORIC FAIL that should be remembered FOREVER and every time a developer asks for a tax break.
We can only hope the "see you at the groundbreaking" guy was wearing a mask at the tragic event.
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After being among the economy's hardest-hit sectors, the hospitality industry looks forward to the day it can welcome people back en masse. The Loews Kansas City Hotel, which opened June 1 and connects directly to the Kansas City Convention Center, hopes to fulfill its purpose in 2021.