The City Best Hilton Hotels: The Hampton Inn Junction City, USA. This informal and modern hotel is 9 miles from Milford State Park and 13 miles from Manhattan Regional Airport.
Discrete rooms offer free Wi-Fi, mini-refrigerators, and custom beds. It equips them with microwaves, coffee machines, and flat-screen TVs. We have added sofa beds to the renovated rooms.
Free parking, hot breakfast, and local shuttle service. There is also an indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and fitness center, and a business center and meeting rooms.
We are 14 miles from the Manhattan Regional Airport, and you can arrange transfers for 24 hours in advance. Use our free shuttle to explore the local area, including Fort Riley and the American Cavalry Museum 5 miles away. Head to Milford State Park, 10 miles away, to have fun outdoors, or enjoy our gym and swimming pool. Wi-Fi, daily hot breakfast, and free parking.
Free hot breakfast
They provide a complimentary hot breakfast daily, including baked waffles and hearty oatmeal.
Meetings & Events
TOTAL EVENT SPACE: 800sq. ft.
LARGEST ROOM SETUP: 800sq. ft.
MEETING ROOMS: 1
GUEST ROOMS: 82
Top sights in Junction City, USA:
The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art
The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art is an art museum in Kansas City, Missouri. It is famous for its encyclopedia of all continents and cultures around the world, its extensive collection of Asian art. In 2007, “Time” magazine listed the museum’s new Bloch Building (Bloch Building). The first in the list of “Top Ten Architectural Wonders”, which considered being from all over the world. On September 1, 2010, Julián Zugazagoitia became the fifth curator of the museum. The museum is open six days a week: Saturday to Monday, 10 am. 5 o’clock in the afternoon.
Kansas City Zoo
The Kansas City Zoo is a 202-acre zoo, built-in 1909. It is in Swope Park at 6800 Zoo Drive in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The zoo has a “Zoo Friends Program”. It is home to over 1,300 animals and is an approved member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association. In 2008, it named the Kansas City Zoo as one of the best zoos in the United States. It ranks first in the United States in “African Animals and Exhibits.” Authors Allen W. Nyhuis and Jon Wassner praised the 95-acre Africa representing five countries’ exhibitions.
Worlds Of Fun
“Happy World” is a 235-acre amusement park in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. The park opened in 1973 and is owned by Cedar Fair, who bought it in Hunt-Midwest in 1995. Entering the “Entertainment World” includes entering the water park “Ocean Tour” next to the amusement park.