Margaritaville resort sets opening date, releases new renderings

The first section of Vacation Village, Margaritaville, now has an opening date.

Margaritaville exterior entry rendering 2024

Paradise will soon be just a car ride away.

Rendering by Margaritaville

If you’ve been itching for a new staycation spot, you only have to scratch a tad bit longer. The first part of Vacation Village, Margaritaville, now has an opening date set for spring 2025.

The highly-anticipated Margaritaville resort will feature 229 guestrooms and be located at 1301 N. 98th St., Kansas City, Kansas (directly east of The Legends Outlets). Walk through the resort and you’ll be met with design elements that harness the sea, sand, sun + sky.

Margaritaville Pool renderings

Find us by the pool working on our tans.

Rendering by Margaritaville

After you’re done basking in the ambiance of your room, you can hop outside to soak up rays at the resort-style pool with indoor-outdoor sports, or indulge in the Margaritaville-inspired restaurant Landshark, a themed bar + grill. The hotel also plans to have meeting, event + retail space, as well as be a family-friendly destination with plenty of activities + entertainment for all ages.

Margaritaville exterior rendering of Landshark restaurant

Landshark do dooo do do do doo.

Rendering by Margaritaville

Margaritaville is only one of five districts soon to be found in Vacation Village. There are also plans for:

  • A baseball training facility headed by Prep Baseball Report
  • Big Shots Golf, a $20 million golf-themed food + entertainment spot
  • Atlas 9, an interactive art museum-movie theater combo
  • A 55,000-sqft multi-sport + live music arena

Official opening dates for the other four districts have yet to be announced.
The entire project is headed by Homefield KC. Co-Owner Greg Maday believes this is the development the city deserves.

“Over the years, as I drove by the defunct Schlitterbahn Waterpark on my way to Sporting KC matches, I found it upsetting that the symbol of a tragic time was still looming so large when the area around it seemed to be moving forward. The region deserved better,” Maday said.

And, soon, KCK shall have just that.

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