With its rolling plains, good-natured people, and down-home Midwestern cooking, Kansas is the epitome of the American Heartland. The wide-open spaces of the Sunflower State have called to pioneers, nonconformists, and romantics since the 19th century, inspiring novelists like Willa Cather and films like “The Wizard of Oz.” From the breathtaking natural wonder of the northwestern region to the bustling metropolis of Kansas City, no matter where your Kansas hotel is located, you’re sure to find gorgeous scenery and plenty of fun.
There’s no place like home when your abode is a Wichita hotel near some of the state’s best attractions. Head to the brick-lined streets of Old Town Marketplace for the city’s best shopping, dining, and people- watching. Visit the farmers market and browse local art, then relax at a casual sidewalk café and sip local coffee or wine. Looking for a foodie fix? Flights to Kansas City are your gateway to mouthwatering barbecue, like burnt-end sandwiches drizzled in the region’s unique barbecue sauce. Wash it down like a local with a refreshing Arnold Palmer (half lemonade and half iced tea—delicious!).
If nature’s your thing, hotels in Kansas’ northwestern corner are just what you need. Check out the Arikaree Breaks’ 36 miles of badlands, including dramatic canyons and sandstone buttes reaching for the sky. Head to Lookout Point for amazing views—you may even see mule deer, antelope, and coyotes.
Wherever your travels will take you, Travelocity can help you find the best hotels and resorts in Kansas. Camp for cheap where the buffalo roam, or book luxury, lakeside digs with all the amenities. Plus, bundle and save up to $537 when you book your hotel and airfare together. We’ll make sure you feel perfectly at “Home on the Range” no matter where you stay.
Hotels in Kansas start at $46 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.