Quality Inn & Suites
Park City, KS 67219
Phone: (316) 927-3900
Fax: (316) 927-3904
792 Beaumont, Park City, KS, US, 67219
- Phone: (316) 927-3900
- Fax: (316) 927-3904
Often referred to as the 'Air Capital Of The World' and the home to Cessna, Wichita was a humble little Native American village that was incorporated in 1870. Wealthy businessmen arrived here to hunt and set up trade relations with the earnest natives. Present-day Wichita has evolved greatly as a throbbing art & entertainment city that boasts an eclectic nightlife, clubs, eateries, museums, parks, art galleries, shopping malls, libraries, educational institutions and natural riches.
National Car Rental offers a wide range of rental vehicles that will fit any budget.
Dollar Rent A Car provides low everyday rates to help customers keep their travel plans within their budget.
Thrifty is a value-oriented car rental company that has a significant presence in the airport and local car rental markets.
Hertz provides dependable vehicles for short or long-term rentals. Other Hertz locations in Wichita include 550 North Webb Road and 535 West Douglas Avenue, Suite 100.
Avis provides top brand vehicle rentals for business or leisure while striving to earn customer loyalty. Another location in Wichita can be found at 7700 East Kellogg Drive.
Budget provides no-hassle vehicle rentals to service all your travel needs. Other Budget locations in Wichita can be found at 1812 South Seneca Street, 1895 Midfield Road, and 2250 North Ridge Road, Suite 100, and 11716 East Kellogg.
Amtrak is America's only express train that serves destinations nationwide.
Due to the infamous gun fight which killed 8 men at Hide Park in 1871, Newton took on the unfortunate sobriquet of "Bloody and Lawless - The Wickedest City in the West." As time passed, it shed its notorious reputation and settled down into a tamer avatar. As of now, its cultural heritage is given much importance as can be seen by attractions like the gorgeous Warkentin House (Victorian house museum), the Blue Sky Sculpture, the Mennonite Settler statue and the Kauffman Museum. All of these give valuable insights into the city's eventful past that involved settlers, natives and Civil Wars. County fairs, nature trails, Halloween Walks, car shows, parades and balls awaits the lucky visitor to Newton.