Topeka Kansas Holiday Inn Hotel

Located in the Kansas State Capital, the Best Western Topeka Inn & Suites is a great place for business and leisure travelers. Minutes from downtown, where you'll find fine dining and shopping, Kansas City, Kansas is home to the best hotels, restaurants and entertainment in the nation. Just a short drive from the city center and within walking distance of the state capital, we are housed in a beautiful, historic building on the top floor of a high-rise building.

The Topeka Convention Center, home to the Kansas State Capitol and the University of Kansas, is also just a short drive from the hotel. The Kansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau, the state's largest business center, is also just a short walk from downtown and within walking distance of our hotel.

We are just a short walk from the Kansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau, the state's largest business center, and are close to Topeka business attractions.

Businesses near the hotel include the Topeka Chamber of Commerce, Kansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau and Resers Hotels. Local businesses include local restaurants, hotels, restaurants and retail stores, as well as local businesses in the area.

Restaurants within a two-mile radius of the hotel include Topeka Chamber of Commerce, Kansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau and Resers Hotels. Restaurants within 800 metres of the hotels include a variety of local restaurants, hotels, restaurants and retail shops, as well as local businesses in the area. Restaurants within two minutes walking distance of a hotel, including a local restaurant, a restaurant within five miles and a retail store within 10 miles. Restaurants within 800 metres of a hotel include a globe, a grocery store, a restaurant and restaurant in a shopping centre and local shops in an apartment complex.

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The hotel has a spacious, modern and comfortable room, equipped with a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, shower, bath and shower. Each room is air conditioned and has a private balcony with views of the Topeka and Kansas City skylines. Just sit back and enjoy the view from your bed in one of the beautiful, well-kept courtyards. The rooms offer a variety of amenities such as hot water, air conditioning, a hot tub and even a pool.

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The Kansas Historical Society is the state agency that actively protects and shares the history of our state. The Kansas Historical Society is a member of the National Park Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The KDA withdrew state funding three years ago, leaving the department to monitor only complaints and licenses. In fact, he said, it's unfair to the hotel industry to call these nasty little bugs bedbugs. He paused briefly to say that he had nothing against government inspections, but he said there needed to be more of them. As someone who has been on the property before, I am sure others have told me this and I must say that I have no objection to any state inspection.

Robert L. Brock was born on January 1, 1921, in Kansas City, Kansas, the son of Eddie R. and Vivian C. Brock, and was the son of Robert L., his wife Mary, and his brother Robert Jr., the mother of his two children.

In the spring of 1950, Brock received his bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas College of Law in Kansas City, Kansas, and a year later he graduated in law in the spring of 1952, his first year at law school. Four years later, in 1980, he received his Master of Arts in Public Law from Kansas State University and his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Fred Hutchinson College. He was a member of the Hill Society and the Chancellor's Club and also served on the board of trustees of the Kansas University School of Public Health and Health Sciences.

Brock was president of the Kansas Young Democrats from 1959 to 1960 and a member of the state's Democratic Party and the Kansas Republican Party from 1961 to 1963.

Building on his entrepreneurial expertise, Brock founded the Brock Hotel Corporation, the first hotel company in the United States. The hotel company was so successful that in 1976 it oversaw more than 7,000 employees and owned and managed 75 Holiday Inns in 21 states.

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