Clean and comfortable with a friendly staff. Free breakfast was tasty and was different on both days we were there. Only complaint, for me minor but did hear someone else mention, pillows were very firm and overstuffed. Would be nice if they had more than one kind of pillow to choose from. I will ...
We were traveling north on I-35 and made arrangements to stop here. The hotel looks brand new, is an easy exit fro the Interstate and close to restaurants etc. The staff and reception was a little clunky. We reserved two rooms which confused the staff person a little. Hotels should figure out the ...
The staff was very nice and helpful, and the rooms were clean. It is an older hotel and a bit "tired" - doors need painting, outside needs some clean up and landscaping. They were working on the restaurant, but the breakfast was decent (although the lights were burnt out over the food). The layout ...
Very close to shopping and restaurants. Staff was very helpful with instructions to get to the hotel with the construction near by and other locations that were on my schedule. Breakfast was great...I'll definately stay again
Wichita is a great destination for travelers. It is known for its big city flare with Midwestern prices and is one of the most affordable cities in the US. Begun as a terminus for cattle drives, Wichita really expanded during the WW II owing to the fact that many aircraft companies such as Beechcraft and Cessna are located there. Hotels in Wichita are mainly chain hotels with a few smaller hotels here and there.
The Exploration Place, Inc. offers a large meeting space and a museum space that accommodates several different exhibits each month. This center is one of the most frequently used venues in the city.
Scotch & Sirloin is a premier dining establishment in Wichita, and for over 35 years has been known for its prime rib and elegant atmosphere.
The Spiritual "Keeper of the Plains" Experience pays tribute to the Native American tribes that founded the area prior to the settlement of Caucasian settlers.
Guests at Wichita hotels can enjoy a fabulous shopping day at Bradley Fair at Wilson Estates. This open-air shopping center offers a variety of shops and stores where you can find just about anything you want.
Gander Mountain, this attraction has a focus on outdoor living, hiking, hunting, and camping. Ideal for outdoor buffs, area is a great way to spend the day enjoying the fresh air and the rural areas of the city.
Clean room connecting restaurant with good breakfast
The staff was very nice and helpful, and the rooms were clean. It is an older hotel and a bit "tired" - doors need painting, outside needs some clean up and landscaping. They were working on the restaurant, but the breakfast was decent (although the lights were burnt out over the food). The layout of the rooms was really nice but a coat of paint on the doors would help. The staff really made up for any shortcomings - everyone was wonderful.
I wasn't sure what to expect. I booked this Hotel based off of ratings and reviews. I was a little apprehensive when I arrived but was blown away by the place. Not your average chain Hotel. Our room was similar to a one bedroom apartment. Spacious, clean and very comfortable. I will definitely stay here again the next time we visit our son.
The lobby and rooms were exceptionally clean. The rooms are large with wonderful bathing facilities. The breakfast was great (better than most hotels) We were greeted warmly by reception staff. We will plan to stay at this hotel every time we visit Wichita!