The American Midwest is as mysterious and intriguing to you as the Great Pyramids of Egypt. How did citizens in the Midwest become so resilient? What qualities do they possess that allow them to work diligently while remaining utterly optimistic? These questions, and perhaps many others, lead you to reserve downtown Wichita hotels. Once you travel to Kansas, you’ll find that the answer lies in the city itself—with its plethora of cultural attractions, sincere cheer in rooting for local sports teams, and general friendliness that shrouds the citizens of Wichita, how could locals be anything but happy?
Find out firsthand as you marvel at the artifacts inside the Museum of World Treasures and admire the colorful flora and fauna of Botanica, The Wichita Gardens. Before your journey begins, let us answer a few questions you may have regarding your upcoming travels.
We understand the natural order of things. After a day spent visiting big cats inside the Sedgwick County Zoo, or reveling in the sense of pride that emanates from the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame, you’ll be famished. Downtown Wichita offers a number of solutions to soothe your growling stomach. For those wide-eyed wanderers looking for fancy fare, there are a number of fine dining establishments available. From pan-seared scallops adorned with roasted corn and risotto to steaks cooked medium rare with a drizzle of garlic butter, your taste buds will delight in the culinary refinement of Kansas.
Near Wichita downtown hotels, such as the Ambassador Hotel Wichita, Autograph Collection, there are a number of excellent barbecue restaurants. Carnivores can sink their teeth into sticky stacks of pork ribs and savory brisket sandwiches. Accompany your feast with a side of fried okra, baked beans, or homemade Midwestern macaroni and cheese—a both a simple classic and a lip-smacking treasure.
Wichita’s position in the Great Plains means it is largely unaffected by geographical influences like lakes or mountains. This leads to steady, predictable weather. January is the coldest month in Wichita, when the city experiences light snowfall. If you happen to be visiting during the colder months, have no fear, because you can curl up inside the Courtyard by Marriott Wichita at Old Town sipping soothing hot chocolate and watching the frosty flurries from the comfort of your room. Spring and summer in Wichita are lovely, too, though the city is known for its frequent thunderstorms during the warmer months. Wichita’s hot summers are also fairly humid, which causes locals to celebrate the warm weather with extraordinary outdoor concerts and picnics galore.
The great Midwest is yours for the taking when you reserve one of our cheap hotels in downtown Wichita. A sense of satisfaction resonates through the Great Plains as you amble through Wichita, devouring its barbecued offerings and greeting its locals with a friendly nod. Wander on, dear traveler, and enjoy your much-deserved time in Kansas.