The Best Hotels to Book in Kansas

Make sure to check out Witchita's city skyline on your next trip to Kansas
Make sure to check out Witchita's city skyline on your next trip to Kansas | © Sean Pavone / Alamy Stock Photo
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22 September 2021

Planning a trip to the Sunflower State? From the best hotel bar to catch Kansas University football games, to aparthotels for extended stays and convenient spots for business travelers, this is our pick of the best hotels in Kansas – all bookable with Culture Trip.

Kansas is known for its rolling prairies, Midwestern charm and for being the leading agricultural state in the country. But you’ll also discover a vibrant arts scene in Topeka, world-class museums and botanical gardens in Wichita and the acclaimed Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center in Hutchinson.

Senate Luxury Suites

Suite Hotel
4.1/5 (958 Reviews)
Senate Luxury Suites
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Price Drop
Now from $88 per night
This charming hotel in Topeka, located just one block from the Kansas Capitol Building, is in a prestigious apartment complex that dates back to the 1920s. The rooms feature private city-view balconies and kitchenettes with a microwave and refrigerator, and can be leased by the month – making them ideal for extended stays. There’s also a fully equipped gym, as well as access to a communal lounge with a pool table and laundry facilities. Couples will love the spacious Bath Spa Suite, which features a king bed, dining room, sitting room and romantic spa bath for two.
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Cyrus Hotel, Topeka, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel

Hotel
4.7/5 (526 Reviews)
Cyrus Hotel, Topeka, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $127 per night
The Cyrus Hotel, in downtown Topeka, is housed in a century-old building – and combines Midwestern charm with sophisticated urban style. The rooms and suites are rich in art deco-inspired detail – think fluted furniture and brass light fittings – and feature thoughtfully curated bars with local spirits and craft brews. After a day spent exploring the city’s best attractions, including Topeka Zoo and Kansas Museum of History, enjoy a grilled 16oz dry-rubbed ribeye with anchovy citrus brown butter sauce, or a comforting bowl of pasta, at Fedeli’s Steak + Pasta restaurant, then relax around the communal fire pit in the courtyard.
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Hilton Garden Inn Topeka

Hotel
4.4/5 (267 Reviews)
Hilton Garden Inn Topeka, KS
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Now from $101 per night
Looking for a hotel near Washburn University? The Hilton Garden Inn Topeka is less than 10 minutes from the University, as well as Topeka Zoo and the Hummer Sports Complex. The comfortable guest rooms feature all the comforts of home, including a Suite Dreams by Serta bed, a desk with ergonomic chair, mini-fridge, Keurig coffee maker and 50-inch TV. There’s also a 24-hour business center with complimentary printing, fax and copy machines for business travelers. When it’s time to wind down, do some laps in the indoor pool, or enjoy dinner in the Garden Grille & Bar.
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Hyatt Place Topeka

Business Hotel
4.5/5 (950 Reviews)
Hyatt Place Topeka
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Price Drop
Now from $97 per night
Conveniently located off the I-70, near a number of offices and distribution centers for some of the biggest companies headquartered in Topeka, the Hyatt Place Topeka is ideal for business travelers. There are 126 pet-friendly rooms, which feature plush beds, minibars and the signature Hyatt Cozy Corner where you can relax in comfy soft seating. Looking to keep fit while you travel? The hotel has an outdoor pool and an impressive fitness center. Elsewhere, the lobby is home to the Placery, a popular restaurant serving up casual dining favorites, like burgers, chicken caesar salad and turkey pesto sandwiches.
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The Oread

Hotel
4.3/5 (254 Reviews)
The Oread
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Now from $133 per night
This cozy hotel, next to the University of Kansas, is home to the Bird Dog Bar – one of the best places in the city to watch KU football. The hotel bar features big-screen TVs, a menu with game day classics such as Bavarian-style pretzels and buffalo wings, and it’s close enough to Memorial Stadium to hear the roars of the crowd. After the game, head to the Nest on Ninth rooftop terrace, where you can enjoy cocktails with a view of the city. If you’re looking for space to stretch out, the King Premiere rooms offer a king bed, pull-out sofa, soaking tub and bar area.
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  • Bluemont Hotel

    Hotel
    4.7/5 (952 Reviews)
    Bluemont Hotel
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    Now from $100 per night
    Conveniently located in Manhattan’s Aggieville neighborhood – the oldest shopping district in Kansas – and directly across the road from Kansas State University Campus, this hotel is designed with groups of family and friends in mind. The Double Queen Suites are particularly well-suited for everything from family getaways to bachelorette parties, with two queen-size beds, a pull-out sofa, separate living area and kitchenette. Get the party started at the Bluemont Bar, which has live music on the rooftop patio every Thursday evening. There’s also monthly drinks tastings of local beer, wine and spirits, and a shuffleboard league.
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    Hyatt Regency Wichita

    Hotel
    4.5/5 (937 Reviews)
    Hyatt Regency Wichita
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    Now from $123 per night
    The Hyatt Regency Wichita, on the banks of the mighty Arkansas River, is conveniently connected to the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center. The Center is the premier destination for consumer shows and meetings in Wichita, so it’s a good option for business travelers. It’s also home to several arts organizations, including the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and Wichita Grand Opera. Choose from contemporary 312sqft (29sqm) king or queen rooms, or splash out on the 572sqft (53sqm) one-bedroom suite. The spacious lodging features separate living and sleeping areas, making it suited to entertaining, and is furnished with a large desk.
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    Courtyard by Marriott Wichita at Old Town

    Chain Hotel
    4.4/5 (467 Reviews)
    Courtyard by Marriott Wichita at Old Town
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    Price Drop
    Now from $126 per night
    Built in 1930 as a warehouse, this hotel in Wichita’s charming old town still boasts much of its original charm – think arched windows and an expansive atrium. It’s located just steps from some of the city’s best restaurants and attractions such as Botanica, Keeper of the Plains and Old Cowtown Museum, and is also conveniently nearby the corporate headquarters for Airbus, Koch Industries, Textron and Spirit. Want to immerse yourself in the neighborhood? Book one of the spacious suites, which boast views of the old town and city.
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    Chateau Avalon, Ascend Hotel Collection

    Boutique Hotel
    4.2/5 (823 Reviews)
    Chateau Avalon, Ascend Hotel Collection
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    Price Drop
    Now from $137 per night
    Transport yourself to Buckingham Palace or a Mayan rainforest all from the comfort of Kansas City – by booking one of the Adventure Suites at this award-winning, 61-room boutique hotel. Each room is playfully decorated with scenic feature walls and quirky details: the Tahitian Treehouse features enormous moai-style sculptures and painted palm trees, the New York Penthouse features graphic architectural details and art deco-style carpets, while the Jesse James suite is a wild west-style hideout. The rooms also boast LED-lit jetted tubs. The fun continues at the d’Nile Bar, which has an Egyptian theme. If you prefer your rooms with a more classic style, there are also sophisticated Luxury and Classic Suites.
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    These recommendations were updated on September 22, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Mandi Keighran

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