Emporia, KS, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Emporia

Bedroom
Excellent
37 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
Guest AccessWe will furnish a light breakfast and you are welcome to use the kitchen facilities if you want or require something more. Interaction with GuestsWe love to visit with our guests, but respect your need for privacy as well. Getting AroundThere is really no public transportation in Emporia, but it is a highly walkable town, with the university, shops, restaurants and grocery stores being within a few blocks of our place. Other Things to NoteWe have two rooms available. If there are guests in both rooms, you will have to share the bath. This has not presented a problem for any guests so far.
Bedroom
Excellent
19 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
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The SpaceThe room is comfortable and accommodates two people in the soft, queen-size bed. Guest AccessThe room is at the end of the hall, and guests use a shared bathroom adjacent to the room. The owners sleep on the same floor, but on the other end of the house. Let us know if you need to use the kitchen or even the laundry. We'll make sure you can find what you need. We have fluffy towels for guests. Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know when you will arrive so we can be sure to welcome you. The NeighborhoodWe are conveniently located to the university and downtown (Commercial Street). Ours is a tree-lined, cobble-stoned street that's filled with charm. Disc golfers will find it very convenient to the Country Club as well as Jones Park. Getting AroundThere is limited public transportation in Emporia, but arrangements can be made with the L-CAT if needed. It's a friendly area to walk, bike, or drive. Taxi and car rental are available in Emporia. Other Things to NoteA very sweet old Labrador Retriever lives here too! Occasionally, we have a little dog visit too!
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur house is a tall 3 bed, 2 bath home built in 1920. One the second floor, two rooms are available. One has a very comfortable queen bed and the other has an antique double bed; the second floor bedrooms share a hall bath with shower. There is also a large loft style (mansard) room which has 2 twin mattresses (trundle style) and a "half bath" which also has a full-sized bath tub but no shower. The kitchen is available to use as long as you clean up after yourself. The home is located on a brick-paved street about 8 blocks (10 minute walk) from downtown. It's about a half dozen blocks from the university. Emporia is a town of about 25,000 that is centered around Emporia State University where Gaelynn is a professor of art therapy. James is an attorney. About 20 minutes away is the Tallgrass National Prairie. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to share the living areas with us. Fluffy towels are placed in each room, and we have soaps, shampoo, etc. if you forget anything. If you are staying for several days or are here for the Dirty Kanza or a Disc Golf Tournament, you're welcome to use the laundry or prepare simple meals in the kitchen. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to show you around town a bit or simply let you explore on your own. We tend to stay up until about 11:30pm but you are free to come and go as you please. We have one dog, Desmond (a 16 year-old Black Labrador). He is good with children and most other dogs. He does not do well with cats, rabbits, ferrets, etc. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is one of the more established in Emporia with charming homes and lots of shade trees on both sides of the brick street. Getting AroundPublic transport is very limited, but the town itself is only several square miles. There is a small bus (called the C-CAT); arrangements can be made to use that bus. It's a friendly area for biking, walking, or jogging. Disc Golf enthusiasts will find easy access to the Country Club as well as Jones park. Other Things to NoteWi-Fi is available.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
2 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Hotel
57br 2.5-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Emporia State University and within 6 mi (10 km) of William Allen White House and David Traylor Zoo of Emporia.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceMy family of six lived in this basement for six years. It has been upgraded and redecorated. Some decor or furniture may be different than in the photos since I continue to make improvements. Bedrooms: Small Serenity Bedroom: Nice window looks out on back yard. Full size bed with a 3" memory foam topper. An indoor/outdoor digital thermometer. Two H/A vents manually adjustable. Basement Split Suite: Two basement rooms joined but split by closets & a visual screen partition. One side has a Queen bed & the other a Twin mattress with Memory Foam topper & computer desk. Each has a small window. It's away from common areas & next to inside stairway for emergency exit. Included common areas: Great Room/Living Room: Huge room has nice seating area with full size hide-away bed/couch and is large enough to set up my Full Air Bed (17” high air mattress). I also have a full heated 1" mattress pad and a thin single air mattress that can be thrown down on the floor in any of the rooms with enough floor space. HOWEVER, anyone sleeping in the Great Room will NOT have privacy except in the bathroom or laundry room. One FULL Bathroom in lower level with shower/tub Separate Kitchen: Full sized Refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee pot, electric tea kettle, toaster oven, dishes, pans, basic spices and condiments, etc. Laundry Room: Full size Washer & Dryer with door and additional sink that can be used for personal reasons. Second Big Garage: Huge with lots of space for average-sized vehicle, gear and working on bicycles, has standard overhead door and lockable people door. — Extra $10/per night + cleaning fee. Storm Shelter: Under the upper level front porch right next to Lower Level entrance. Here’s the catch. If you and your party want privacy in all the Lower Level rooms, you will need to RENT IT USING THIS LISTING. Guest AccessYour separate entrance is on the ground level next to the garage door. I will give you a code for the keyless lock. You come through my garage into a Great Room, a very large living area. If you and your party want privacy in all the Lower Level rooms, you will need to RENT IT USING THIS LISTING. Interaction with GuestsMost days I am home upstairs. When you book your room, I will let you know if I expect be away during the day, but I am usually home nights. The lower level and upper level are separate living spaces and operate independently under normal circumstances, so you will rarely see me. Exceptions are inclement weather, emergencies, or when I occasionally need to pass through the living room/hallway from my garage long enough to carry heavy things to the chairlift to go upstairs. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood near ESU campus. There are river walking trails nearby and easy access to the country and gravel roads for bicyclists. Do-B's Burger Barn has something for everyone and is in walking distance at 12th Ave & East St. Downtown you will enjoy Ru Yi (Asian), Amanda's (sandwiches), Casa Ramos (Mexican) and Bobby D’s Barbeque. Radius Brewery has award winning signature craft beer and Mulready's Pub is a great place to relax. Be sure to stop in at the Sweet Granada for delicious chocolates. Java Cat has great house-roasted coffee and right next door is Studio 11 for great eclectic bargains. Ad Astra Food & Drink is only a 20 minute drive to Strong City, when you head out to the Tallgrass National Prairie Preserve or Pioneer Bluffs, all in the wonderful Flint Hills. Getting AroundPlease park in the east driveway (right side). Street parking is only legal on the (opposite) south side of the street. We are within walking distance to ESU, two grocery stores, and lots of great shopping and cultural opportunities in our Historic Downtown district. Other Things to NoteMarvin Gardens—The Story My Dad was R. Marvin Schadt, a Professor of School Administration at KSTC (now ESU) and building houses was his hobby. We moved to Emporia in 1959 and to find good housing was a problem so he decided to build again. I was old enough to participate. Dad sometimes hired professional contractors, but he was a die-hard do-it-yourselfer who knew how to keep expenses down. He was among the first repurposing builders and used good salvage and new materials. You might be surprised, since the house is professionally constructed with many customized touches. Commercial builders have marveled and puzzled at things he did. In 1960, the entire shell appeared to be finished from the street, but our family of six moved into the lower level walk-in basement where we lived for six years. My mother, Florence, and children had lived in an unfinished basement with Dad before, so she insisted he finish this one first. The upstairs was mostly storage and construction zone where Dad worked in his spare time. I often helped by being his tool gofer. The trouble was he also did moonlighting as a consultant for small rural school districts. In 1966 my parents decided if they didn’t hire help the kids would be grown and gone before moving into their dream bedrooms. Dad had a carpenter friend help finish in six weeks and we moved up. Why do I call it Marvin Gardens? Dad was also the gardener in the family and he planted trees, roses, lilacs, forsythia and shrubs. In the front is a Silver Leaf Maple and I remember the day strong winds broke one sapling limb. I can show you where the new limb sprouted in this gorgeous 50-year-old tree. He also planted a Sycamore for quick shade, but oh how I get to clean up after it now. He planted a row of Barberry Bushes along the retaining wall that I have worked to revive but they need more sun. Dad lived out his latter years in the house. In 2004, soon after he armchair-supervised the planting of six poplar trees in an aging terrace garden, he passed at age 93. Mother later hired a landscaper to repair the terrace, also added more roses and daylilies. After living 33 years away from Emporia, in 2007 I came back from Alaska when I was very ill. I moved back into the basement with my 92-year-old mother upstairs. After I recovered I stayed to help mother, like she had helped Dad, to live out the rest of her life at home. I walked the lot and was stunned with how much the gardens had suffered through years of drought. After decades of living places I could not garden, to take this on was daunting. Every inch desperately needed attention. Mother was too old and I was overwhelmed. Mother paid for hoses, sprinklers and regretted the days she refused to let Marvin put in an underground sprinkler system. I simply began to water, just water everything as much as possible. I progressed by planting one small bare spot that bugged me most. In a few places Dad never quite figured out how to solve the unique gardening problems of living on the side of a hill. Mother and I were tired of seeing the erosion on the curbside slope and she paid landscapers to help me transplant Vincas from what had grown rampant in the planter. Mother paid to have Iris planted in the back terrace from what we chose together at Toad Hollow Daylily and Iris Farm east of Emporia. I have so many more gardening stories to tell… After Mother passed in 2013 at age 98, I hired a gardener friend to put in daffodils next to the Barberry and transplant English Ivy along a bare strip. We did a lot, but there is so much more it still seems endless. Now I’m on my own, doing it all. That’s one reason why I chose Airbnb, so the house will support itself and I can afford to create a gorgeous garden worthy of its name to honor my parents. I have always dreamed of sharing my home with others. I never dreamed I would live here again, but after a couple years I saw Emporia through new eyes and rekindled my love affair with the Flint Hills. Nor did I dream I could buy out my three siblings’ share of the property. Sometimes our hearts desires are dreams we dare not dream but they can come true when we finally dare to live the dream. Marvin Gardens is a dream-work in progress, inside and out, and I live the dream one day at a time. Thank you for choosing to share my dream through Airbnb.
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
Near ESU & Downtown. Upstairs Corner Room—Day Bed/Trundle Bed & large rustic table w/four chairs. Room is flexible for multiple uses. Two twin beds can be made into one King when booked for two guests. Shared full bath is across the hall. Use of living room, dining room, kitchen w/self-serve breakfast bar, front porch & back patio. Laundry available on request. Share common areas with host. Upstairs & downstairs are fully independent and guests only share on one level. Off-street parking.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceThis is a mid-century Master Bedroom and private small bathroom. It's on the front southeast corner of the house and the east window welcomes the morning sunrise. It has two H/A vents. The full bed has a good mattress with optional heated mattress pad in winter. The footboard is low to accommodate tall people. In summer the indoor temp ranges 74-78°. There is a fan in the room. If you need cooler temperatures see link below for the Private Apartment available in the walk-in basement, with separate entrance, kitchen, living room, bathroom and laundry. Marvin Gardens Mini-Apartment+Self-serve Breakfast: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/8104363 Guest AccessYou will have private use of the Master Suite. You are welcome to sit in the living room for conversation, music or reading. You may also use the front porch, back patio or back yard. Early check-in and late check-out may be available on some days. Please ask and I'll let you know what I can do. I have coffee, tea, and ready-to-eat breakfast selections. Please let me know your specific preferences. The city won't let me cook for you without a commercial kitchen license, but you are welcome to bring in your own food and cook whatever you want. In case of severe wether, there is a storm shelter under the front porch and staircase. Interaction with GuestsMost days I am home. Before you check in, I will let you know if I expect be away during the day, but I will be in the house at night. The lower level and upper level are separate living spaces and operate independently under normal circumstances. Exceptions are inclement weather, emergencies, or when someone needs to pass through the living room/hallway from the ground level entrance and garage to use the chairlift to go upstairs. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood near ESU campus and Historic Downtown Emporia. There are river walking trails nearby and easy access to the country and gravel roads for bicyclists. Do-B's Burger Barn has something for everyone and is in walking distance at 12th Ave & East St. Downtown you will enjoy Ru Yi (Asian), Amanda's (sandwiches), Casa Ramos (Mexican) and Bobby D’s Barbeque. Radius Brewery has award winning signature craft beer and Mulready's Pub is a great place to relax. Be sure to stop in at the Sweet Granada for delicious chocolates. Java Cat has great house-roasted coffee and right next door is Studio 11 for great eclectic bargains. Ad Astra Food & Drink is only a 20-minute drive to Strong City when you head out to the Tallgrass National Prairie Preserve or Pioneer Bluffs, all in the wonderful Flint Hills. Getting AroundPlease park in the east driveway (right side). Street parking is only legal on the (opposite) south side of the street. We are within walking distance to ESU, two grocery stores, and lots of great shopping and cultural opportunities in our Historic Downtown district. Other Things to NoteMarvin Gardens—The Story My Dad was R. Marvin Schadt, a Professor of School Administration at KSTC (now ESU) and building houses was his hobby. We moved to Emporia in 1959 and to find good housing was a problem so he decided to build again. I was old enough to participate. Dad sometimes hired professional contractors, but he was a die-hard do-it-yourselfer who knew how to keep expenses down. He was among the first repurposing builders and used good salvage and new materials. You might be surprised, since the house is professionally constructed with many customized touches. Commercial builders have marveled and puzzled at things he did. In 1960, the entire shell appeared to be finished from the street, but our family of six moved into the lower level walk-in basement where we lived for six years. My mother, Florence, and children had lived in an unfinished basement with Dad before, so she insisted he finish this one first. The upstairs was mostly storage and construction zone where Dad worked in his spare time. I often helped by being his tool gofer. The trouble was he also did moonlighting as a consultant for small rural school districts. In 1966 my parents decided if they didn’t hire help the kids would be grown and gone before moving into their dream bedrooms. Dad had a carpenter friend help finish in six weeks and we moved up. Why do I call it Marvin Gardens? Dad was also the gardener in the family and he planted trees, roses, lilacs, forsythia and shrubs. In the front is a Silver Leaf Maple and I remember the day strong winds broke one sapling limb. I can show you where the new limb sprouted in this gorgeous 50-year-old tree. He also planted a Sycamore for quick shade, but oh how I get to clean up after it now. He planted a row of Barberry Bushes along the retaining wall that I have worked to revive but they need more sun. Dad lived out his latter years in the house. In 2004, soon after he armchair-supervised the planting of six poplar trees in an aging terrace garden, he passed at age 93. Mother later hired a landscaper to repair the terrace, also added more roses and daylilies. After living 33 years away from Emporia, in 2007 I came back from Alaska when I was very ill. I moved back into the basement with my 92-year-old mother upstairs. After I recovered I stayed to help mother, like she had helped Dad, to live out the rest of her life at home. I walked the lot and was stunned with how much the gardens had suffered through years of drought. After decades of living places I could not garden, to take this on was daunting. Every inch desperately needed attention. Mother was too old and I was overwhelmed. Mother paid for hoses, sprinklers and regretted the days she refused to let Marvin put in an underground sprinkler system. I simply began to water, just water everything as much as possible. I progressed by planting one small bare spot that bugged me most. In a few places Dad never quite figured out how to solve the unique gardening problems of living on the side of a hill. Mother and I were tired of seeing the erosion on the curbside slope and she paid landscapers to help me transplant Vincas from what had grown rampant in the planter. Mother paid to have Iris planted in the back terrace from what we chose together at Toad Hollow Daylily and Iris Farm east of Emporia. I have so many more gardening stories to tell… After Mother passed in 2013 at age 98, I hired a gardener friend to put in daffodils next to the Barberry and transplant English Ivy along a bare strip. We did a lot, but there is so much more it still seems endless. Now I’m on my own, doing it all. That’s one reason why I chose Airbnb, so the house will support itself and I can afford to create a gorgeous garden worthy of its name to honor my parents. I have always dreamed of sharing my home with others. I never dreamed I would live here again, but after a couple years I saw Emporia through new eyes and rekindled my love affair with the Flint Hills. Nor did I dream I could buy out my three siblings’ share of the property. Sometimes our hearts desires are dreams we dare not dream but they can come true when we finally dare to live the dream. Marvin Gardens is a dream-work in progress, inside and out, and I live the dream one day at a time. Thank you for choosing to share my dream through Airbnb.
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  • Parking
The SpaceA private fully finished walk-in basement apartment. The house is built on the side of a hill and the bedroom and living room are partially above ground. Both have nice windows that looks out into the back yard as the ground slopes downward. You have daylight and views of grass, trees & sky. The space has a cozy, quiet ambience. Bedroom has a full size bed with a 3" memory foam topper, a variety of sheets for all seasons and plenty of blankets available. It has two H/A vents you can manually adjust to suit you. It has a large closet and storage above. An indoor/outdoor digital thermometer is next to the window. Great Room/Living Room: Huge room has nice seating area with full size pull-out sofa and is large enough to set up a full air mattress and single floor mattress for “camping in.” It has a stereo CD/Tape Player with audio jack for your hand-held devices. Separate Kitchen: Full sized Refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee pot, dishes, pans, etc. Stocked with basics for cooking, including spices, condiments and breakfast foods. Laundry Room has privacy door and additional sink that may be used for personal hygiene. Guest AccessYour separate entrance is on the ground level next to the garage door. You come through my garage into The Great Room, a very large living area. The bedroom opens from the Great Room and is across from the bathroom and kitchen. Your laundry room door is just past the fireplace on the left. Storm Shelter: Under the upper level front porch behind the solid white door right next to your outside entrance. Interaction with GuestsEach level operates independently and most of the time you will not see me, unless you want to invite me to visit. I am available if you need anything by calling the home ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or sending a text via the Airbnb message system. If I need to use the inside stairs or stairlift because of inclement weather or need to transport heavy items, if possible I will let you know in advance. It is a large, sound-insulated space, so whenever I come down from inside, I will knock and call out to let you know I'm coming. Usually when I need to talk to guests in the basement, I will call, text or ring your front doorbell. My car is parked in the garage that you pass through, so you may occasionally hear me come and go. I will not come inside the apartment without knocking since it is your private space during your stay. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood near ESU campus. There are river walking trails nearby and easy access to the country and gravel roads for bicyclists. Do-B's Burger Barn has something for everyone and is in walking distance at 12th Ave & East St. Downtown you will enjoy Ru Yi (Asian), Amanda's (sandwiches), Casa Ramos (Mexican) and Bobby D’s Barbeque. Radius Brewery has award winning signature craft beer and Mulready's Pub is a great place to relax. Be sure to stop in at the Sweet Granada for delicious chocolates. Java Cat has great house-roasted coffee and right next door is Studio 11 for great eclectic bargains. Ad Astra Food & Drink is only a 20 minute drive to Strong City, when you head out to the Tallgrass National Prairie Preserve or Pioneer Bluffs, all in the wonderful Flint Hills. Getting AroundPlease park in the east driveway (right side). Street parking is only legal on the (opposite) south side of the street. We are within walking distance to ESU, two grocery stores, and lots of great shopping and cultural opportunities in our Historic Downtown district. Other Things to NoteMarvin Gardens—The Story My Dad was R. Marvin Schadt, a Professor of School Administration at KSTC (now ESU) and building houses was his hobby. We moved to Emporia in 1959 and to find good housing was a problem so he decided to build again. I was old enough to participate. Dad sometimes hired professional contractors, but he was a die-hard do-it-yourselfer who knew how to keep expenses down. He was among the first repurposing builders and used good salvage and new materials. You might be surprised, since the house is professionally constructed with many customized touches. Commercial builders have marveled and puzzled at things he did. In 1960, the entire shell appeared to be finished from the street, but our family of six moved into the lower level walk-in basement where we lived for six years. My mother, Florence, and children had lived in an unfinished basement with Dad before, so she insisted he finish this one first. The upstairs was mostly storage and construction zone where Dad worked in his spare time. I often helped by being his tool gofer. The trouble was he also did moonlighting as a consultant for small rural school districts. In 1966 my parents decided if they didn’t hire help the kids would be grown and gone before moving into their dream bedrooms. Dad had a carpenter friend help finish in six weeks and we moved up. Why do I call it Marvin Gardens? Dad was also the gardener in the family and he planted trees, roses, lilacs, forsythia and shrubs. In the front is a Silver Leaf Maple and I remember the day strong winds broke one sapling limb. I can show you where the new limb sprouted in this gorgeous 50-year-old tree. He also planted a Sycamore for quick shade, but oh how I get to clean up after it now. He planted a row of Barberry Bushes along the retaining wall that I have worked to revive but they need more sun. Dad lived out his latter years in the house. In 2004, soon after he armchair-supervised the planting of six poplar trees in an aging terrace garden, he passed at age 93. Mother later hired a landscaper to repair the terrace, also added more roses and daylilies. After living 33 years away from Emporia, in 2007 I came back from Alaska when I was very ill. I moved back into the basement with my 92-year-old mother upstairs. After I recovered I stayed to help mother, like she had helped Dad, to live out the rest of her life at home. I walked the lot and was stunned with how much the gardens had suffered through years of drought. After decades of living places I could not garden, to take this on was daunting. Every inch desperately needed attention. Mother was too old and I was overwhelmed. Mother paid for hoses, sprinklers and regretted the days she refused to let Marvin put in an underground sprinkler system. I simply began to water, just water everything as much as possible. I progressed by planting one small bare spot that bugged me most. In a few places Dad never quite figured out how to solve the unique gardening problems of living on the side of a hill. Mother and I were tired of seeing the erosion on the curbside slope and she paid landscapers to help me transplant Vincas from what had grown rampant in the planter. Mother paid to have Iris planted in the back terrace from what we chose together at Toad Hollow Daylily and Iris Farm east of Emporia. I have so many more gardening stories to tell… After Mother passed in 2013 at age 98, I hired a gardener friend to put in daffodils next to the Barberry and transplant English Ivy along a bare strip. We did a lot, but there is so much more it still seems endless. Now I’m on my own, doing it all. That’s one reason why I chose Airbnb, so the house will support itself and I can afford to create a gorgeous garden worthy of its name to honor my parents. I have always dreamed of sharing my home with others. I never dreamed I would live here again, but after a couple years I saw Emporia through new eyes and rekindled my love affair with the Flint Hills. Nor did I dream I could buy out my three siblings’ share of the property. Sometimes our hearts desires are dreams we dare not dream but they can come true when we finally dare to live the dream. Marvin Gardens is a dream-work in progress, inside and out, and I live the dream one day at a time. Thank you for choosing to share my dream through Airbnb.
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  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThis carpeted two-room suite is in the underground portion of a walk-in, fully finished basement. Each room has a small window and both are very quiet from most outside noise. There are three large wardrobe closets and shelves. The smaller room is set up with a computer desk, chest of drawers and a twin bed. The larger room beyond has a queen bed, chest of drawers, occasional chair with reading lamp, two bedside stands with lamps, two closets and a full length mirror. Guest AccessYour separate entrance is on the ground level next to the garage door. You come through my garage into a Great Room, a very large living area. Included common areas: Great Room/Living Room: Huge room has nice seating area with full size hide-away bed/couch and is large enough for a single air mattress, single foam mattress and full futon-type pad that can be thrown down on the floor for “camping in” in any of the rooms with enough floor space. HOWEVER, anyone sleeping in the Great Room will NOT have privacy except in the bathroom or laundry room. — FREE unless someone sleeps there, then it is additional $33 for hide-a-bed and $15/pp on air mattresses. (Weekend rates may be higher.) One FULL Bathroom in lower level with shower/tub — FREE Separate Kitchen: Full sized Refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee pot, dishes, pans, etc. — FREE Laundry Room: (To come in April) With privacy door and additional sink that can be used for personal reasons. — FREE Second Big Garage: Huge with lots of space for average-sized vehicle, gear and working on bicycles, has standard overhead door and lockable people door. — $15/per night + cleaning fee. Storm Shelter: Under the upper level front porch right next to Lower Level entrance. — FREE Here’s the catch. If you don’t fill up the Lower Level rooms with people you do know, I may be renting what’s left to people you don’t know and you will be sharing common areas with them. I’m working on a price for entire Lower Level. Interaction with GuestsMost days I am home. When you book your room, I will let you know if I expect be away during the day, but I will be upstairs at night. The lower level and upper level are separate living spaces and operate independently under normal circumstances. Exceptions are inclement weather, emergencies, or when I occasionally need to pass through the living room/hallway from my garage long enough to carry heavy things to the chairlift to go upstairs. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood near ESU campus. There are river walking trails nearby and easy access to the country and gravel roads for bicyclists. Do-B's Burger Barn has something for everyone and is in walking distance at 12th Ave & East St. Downtown you will enjoy Ru Yi (Asian), Amanda's (sandwiches), Casa Ramos (Mexican) and Bobby D’s Barbeque. Radius Brewery has award winning signature craft beer and Mulready's Pub is a great place to relax. Be sure to stop in at the Sweet Granada for delicious chocolates. Java Cat has great house-roasted coffee and right next door is Studio 11 for great eclectic bargains. Ad Astra Food & Drink is only a 20 minute drive to Strong City, when you head out to the Tallgrass National Prairie Preserve or Pioneer Bluffs, all in the wonderful Flint Hills. Getting AroundPlease park in the east driveway (right side). Street parking is only legal on the (opposite) south side of the street. We are within walking distance to ESU, two grocery stores, and lots of great shopping and cultural opportunities in our Historic Downtown district. Other Things to NoteMarvin Gardens—The Story My Dad was R. Marvin Schadt, a Professor of School Administration at KSTC (now ESU) and building houses was his hobby. We moved to Emporia in 1959 and to find good housing was a problem so he decided to build again. I was old enough to participate. Dad sometimes hired professional contractors, but he was a die-hard do-it-yourselfer who knew how to keep expenses down. He was among the first repurposing builders and used good salvage and new materials. You might be surprised, since the house is professionally constructed with many customized touches. Commercial builders have marveled and puzzled at things he did. In 1960, the entire shell appeared to be finished from the street, but our family of six moved into the lower level walk-in basement where we lived for six years. My mother, Florence, and children had lived in an unfinished basement with Dad before, so she insisted he finish this one first. The upstairs was mostly storage and construction zone where Dad worked in his spare time. I often helped by being his tool gofer. The trouble was he also did moonlighting as a consultant for small rural school districts. In 1966 my parents decided if they didn’t hire help the kids would be grown and gone before moving into their dream bedrooms. Dad had a carpenter friend help finish in six weeks and we moved up. Why do I call it Marvin Gardens? Dad was also the gardener in the family and he planted trees, roses, lilacs, forsythia and shrubs. In the front is a Silver Leaf Maple and I remember the day strong winds broke one sapling limb. I can show you where the new limb sprouted in this gorgeous 50-year-old tree. He also planted a Sycamore for quick shade, but oh how I get to clean up after it now. He planted a row of Barberry Bushes along the retaining wall that I have worked to revive but they need more sun. Dad lived out his latter years in the house. In 2004, soon after he armchair-supervised the planting of six poplar trees in an aging terrace garden, he passed at age 93. Mother later hired a landscaper to repair the terrace, also added more roses and daylilies. After living 33 years away from Emporia, in 2007 I came back from Alaska when I was very ill. I moved back into the basement with my 92-year-old mother upstairs. After I recovered I stayed to help mother, like she had helped Dad, to live out the rest of her life at home. I walked the lot and was stunned with how much the gardens had suffered through years of drought. After decades of living places I could not garden, to take this on was daunting. Every inch desperately needed attention. Mother was too old and I was overwhelmed. Mother paid for hoses, sprinklers and regretted the days she refused to let Marvin put in an underground sprinkler system. I simply began to water, just water everything as much as possible. I progressed by planting one small bare spot that bugged me most. In a few places Dad never quite figured out how to solve the unique gardening problems of living on the side of a hill. Mother and I were tired of seeing the erosion on the curbside slope and she paid landscapers to help me transplant Vincas from what had grown rampant in the planter. Mother paid to have Iris planted in the back terrace from what we chose together at Toad Hollow Daylily and Iris Farm east of Emporia. I have so many more gardening stories to tell… After Mother passed in 2013 at age 98, I hired a gardener friend to put in daffodils next to the Barberry and transplant English Ivy along a bare strip. We did a lot, but there is so much more it still seems endless. Now I’m on my own, doing it all. That’s one reason why I chose Airbnb, so the house will support itself and I can afford to create a gorgeous garden worthy of its name to honor my parents. I have always dreamed of sharing my home with others. I never dreamed I would live here again, but after a couple years I saw Emporia through new eyes and rekindled my love affair with the Flint Hills. Nor did I dream I could buy out my three siblings’ share of the property. Sometimes our hearts desires are dreams we dare not dream but they can come true when we finally dare to live the dream. Marvin Gardens is a dream-work in progress, inside and out, and I live the dream one day at a time. Thank you for choosing to share my dream through Airbnb.
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Bedroom
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  • Parking
The SpaceThis my favorite of all six bedrooms at Marvin Gardens. It's upstairs with lots of daylight from the picture window looking out on the back yard. It has only one exterior wall so it is very quiet and cozy. All internal walls are insulated for soundproofing. Your separate bath is across the hall. ASK about THREE MORE ROOMS available on the lower level, with separate entrance, kitchen, living room and bathroom. LISTINGS TO COME! Guest AccessEarly check-in and late check-out may be available on some days. Please ask and I'll let you know what I can do. I have coffee, tea, and ready-to-eat breakfast selections. Please let me know your specific preferences. The city won't let me cook for you without a commercial kitchen license, but you are welcome to bring in your own food and cook whatever you want. You are welcome to sit in the living room for conversation, music or reading. You may also use the front porch, back patio or back yard. Interaction with GuestsMost days I am home. When you book your room, I will let you know if I will be away during the day, but I will be here at night. You can check in at 5:00 p.m. and checkout is 10:00 a.m. Please check with me for special needs. I have an inside stair lift for guests with disabling symptoms. There is only one small step after that. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, mid-century neighborhood near ESU campus. There are river walking trails nearby and easy access to the country and gravel roads for bicyclists. Do-B's Burger Barn has something for everyone and is in walking distance at 12th Ave & East St. Downtown you will enjoy Ru Yi (Asian), Amanda's (sandwiches), Casa Ramos (Mexican) and Bobby D’s Barbeque. Radius Brewery has award winning signature craft beer and Mulready's Pub is a great place to relax. Be sure to stop in at the Sweet Granada for delicious chocolates. Java Cat has great house-roasted coffee and right next door is Studio 11 for great eclectic bargains. Ad Astra Food & Drink is only a 20 minute drive to Strong City, when you head out to the Tallgrass National Prairie Preserve or Pioneer Bluffs, all in the wonderful Flint Hills. Getting AroundPlease park in the east driveway (right side). Street parking is only legal on the (opposite) south side of the street. We are within walking distance to ESU, two grocery stores, and lots of great shopping and cultural opportunities in our Historic Downtown district. Other Things to NoteMarvin Gardens—The Story My Dad was R. Marvin Schadt, a Professor of School Administration at KSTC (now ESU) and building houses was his hobby. We moved to Emporia in 1959 and to find good housing was a problem so he decided to build again. I was old enough to participate. Dad sometimes hired professional contractors, but he was a die-hard do-it-yourselfer who knew how to keep expenses down. He was among the first repurposing builders and used good salvage and new materials. You might be surprised, since the house is professionally constructed with many customized touches. Commercial builders have marveled and puzzled at things he did. In 1960, the entire shell appeared to be finished from the street, but our family of six moved into the lower level walk-in basement where we lived for six years. My mother, Florence, and children had lived in an unfinished basement with Dad before, so she insisted he finish this one first. The upstairs was mostly storage and construction zone where Dad worked in his spare time. I often helped by being his tool gofer. The trouble was he also did moonlighting as a consultant for small rural school districts. In 1966 my parents decided if they didn’t hire help the kids would be grown and gone before moving into their dream bedrooms. Dad had a carpenter friend help finish in six weeks and we moved up. Why do I call it Marvin Gardens? Dad was also the gardener in the family and he planted trees, roses, lilacs, forsythia and shrubs. In the front is a Silver Leaf Maple and I remember the day strong winds broke one sapling limb. I can show you where the new limb sprouted in this gorgeous 50-year-old tree. He also planted a Sycamore for quick shade, but oh how I get to clean up after it now. He planted a row of Barberry Bushes along the retaining wall that I have worked to revive but they need more sun. Dad lived out his latter years in the house. In 2004, soon after he armchair-supervised the planting of six poplar trees in an aging terrace garden, he passed at age 93. Mother later hired a landscaper to repair the terrace, also added more roses and daylilies. After living 33 years away from Emporia, in 2007 I came back from Alaska when I was very ill. I moved back into the basement with my 92-year-old mother upstairs. After I recovered I stayed to help mother, like she had helped Dad, to live out the rest of her life at home. I walked the lot and was stunned with how much the gardens had suffered through years of drought. After decades of living places I could not garden, to take this on was daunting. Every inch desperately needed attention. Mother was too old and I was overwhelmed. Mother paid for hoses, sprinklers and regretted the days she refused to let Marvin put in an underground sprinkler system. I simply began to water, just water everything as much as possible. I progressed by planting one small bare spot that bugged me most. In a few places Dad never quite figured out how to solve the unique gardening problems of living on the side of a hill. Mother and I were tired of seeing the erosion on the curbside slope and she paid landscapers to help me transplant Vincas from what had grown rampant in the planter. Mother paid to have Iris planted in the back terrace from what we chose together at Toad Hollow Daylily and Iris Farm east of Emporia. I have so many more gardening stories to tell… After Mother passed in 2013 at age 98, I hired a gardener friend to put in daffodils next to the Barberry and transplant English Ivy along a bare strip. We did a lot, but there is so much more it still seems endless. Now I’m on my own, doing it all. That’s one reason why I chose Airbnb, so the house will support itself and I can afford to create a gorgeous garden worthy of its name to honor my parents. I have always dreamed of sharing my home with others. I never dreamed I would live here again, but after a couple years I saw Emporia through new eyes and rekindled my love affair with the Flint Hills. Nor did I dream I could buy out my three siblings’ share of the property. Sometimes our hearts desires are dreams we dare not dream but they can come true when we finally dare to live the dream. Marvin Gardens is a dream-work in progress, inside and out, and I live the dream one day at a time. Thank you for choosing to share my dream through Airbnb.
motel
Poor
90 reviews
43br motel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this motel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Emporia State University and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 3.5 mi (5.6 km) away.
motel
55br motel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. Free full breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a conference center, coffee/tea in the lobby, and a business center.
hotel
Poor
46 reviews
60br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Emporia, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Emporia State University and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 4.1 mi (6.5 km) away.
motel
26br motel
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of William Allen White House, Emporia State University, and David Traylor Zoo of Emporia.
motel
Poor
86 reviews
58br motel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Emporia, this eco-friendly motel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Emporia State University and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 4.2 mi (6.8 km) away.
hotel
35br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Emporia, this motel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Emporia State University and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 3.8 mi (6.1 km) away.
hotel
58br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Emporia State University and within 6 mi (10 km) of William Allen White House and David Traylor Zoo of Emporia.
hotel
60br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Emporia State University and within 6 mi (10 km) of William Allen White House and David Traylor Zoo of Emporia.
hotel
127br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Emporia State University and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 4.2 mi (6.7 km) away.
hotel
Poor
75 reviews
39br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Emporia State University and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 3.7 mi (6 km) away.
hotel
Nice
37 reviews
44br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Emporia, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Emporia State University and within 6 mi (10 km) of William Allen White House and David Traylor Zoo of Emporia.
hotel
Poor
36 reviews
45br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Emporia, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Emporia State University and 3 mi (4.8 km) from William Allen White House. David Traylor Zoo of Emporia is 3.9 mi (6.3 km) away.
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Bedroom
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The NeighborhoodThe house is on a beautiful tree lined street. Getting AroundPublic transportation is limited in Emporia, but the house is within walking distance of ESU and downtown Emporia.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceOur family lives in the basement below the space for rent. We can provide a Traeger grill if guest are interested. We are close to gravel and have a huge yard and lots of space for all types of outdoor entertainment. Guest AccessWhile renting this space you will have access to pool tables, Cable TV including HBO, and beautiful country living. Interaction with GuestsThroughout your stay we will be available for any questions and can provide extra services with requests.
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Bedroom
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Guest AccessGuests will have access to all common areas within the house. The NeighborhoodThis is a wonderful older neighborhood situated within walking distance of ESU and downtown Emporia. Other Things to NoteThe house is shared with 2 dogs and a cat.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceTwo fully furnished rooms (bed, dresser, closet, desk, etc.): one room has a Queen sized bed, and the other has a Twin. A shared full bath is just off the bedrooms. Guests are welcome to use the kitchen and washer & dryer. There's tons of parking, easy access to food & drink, and the house is just off the interstate. There's also a nearby park for pets. Guest AccessWith the exception of my bedroom, you'll have access to main floor, including the kitchen, den, and family/ tv room, as well as the back yard (there's a fire pit & grill). With your reservation, please include a 4-digit numerical code. I have a keypad on the front door so that you don't have to worry about a physical key. Interaction with GuestsThis is my primary residence, so I'll likely be around. I'm a pretty amiable fellow, so I'm happy to chat with guests but also equally happy to leave you be. There are also two very friendly cats living here. Other Things to NoteThis listing is for both of the rooms together. If you're interested in just one of the rooms, I have separate listings for each. This is my primary residence, so evidence of others living in the space will be plain. While I keep an tidy house, my days are spent at work, not cleaning the house top to bottom. Should you be expecting a pristine, hotel-like experience, you may consider booking elsewhere. My take on Airbnb is that you're a temporary roommate
Other
1br Other
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The Space• Queen size bed will sleep 2. Contact me if there will be more than 2 guests. Max I will accommodate is 4 guests total. • Let me know in advance if you want to use the grill. That way I will be sure to have charcoal on hand. • I have a few backyard games you can play with (washers, disc golf basket, frisbee) The NeighborhoodA lot of character in this neighborhood. Huge trees and curvy streets. Very quiet once it gets dark out.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceA full-size apartment (approx. 1150 sq. ft.) that accommodates large groups. Three bedrooms accommodate seven people. The couch and an air mattress in the common areas will sleep at least three more, and if you have even more folks who are willing to bring a sleeping bag, there is plenty of room! The couch and oversized chair with large ottoman seats at least six. The dining room table has four chairs. Parking is available. Bikes and motorcycles can be parked in the garage. Eat healthy using the kitchen, which has a refrigerator, oven, large microwave, and a coffee bar. The jewel-tone bathroom is recently renovated and offers a full bath or shower. Soft towels, soap, shampoo and conditioner is available. Children under twelve stay free of charge. Guest AccessThree bedrooms of different sizes accommodate your party. The entire space is yours and is private. Host lives in the basement and you will only notice them if they let the dog out. You will enter using a keypad in the garage. The entrance is on the main floor. Your apartment is upstairs and the host lives downstairs. Outside, there is an upper and lower deck, as well as a front and back yard. This space would be great for a large group, but is still cozy for a lone traveler, as well. Children under twelve stay free of charge. Interaction with GuestsOwner lives downstairs in the basement apartment and works from home. They are available during your stay should you need assistance, but values your privacy and will not bother you. The NeighborhoodResonate Residence Inn is located in a quiet neighborhood with easy access to shopping, dining, and to I-35. It is within four miles of downtown. A nature trail is .25 mile from the house. Jones Park, with its disc golf course, is two miles away. Emporia has a quaint, downtown that is quite lovely and is less that ten minutes away. Getting AroundAmple outdoor parking is available. Bicycles and motorcycles may be housed in the garage. Talk to host about their availability of giving rides during your stay. D-Z Cab is available. L-CAT is a city bus, which is affordable, with bus stops within walking distance. It is a slower way to travel through town. Other Things to NoteSpecial pricing for longer term stays. Communicate with the host for more information. The apartment is available for special events. Small pets may be allowed. Please communicate with the host first. Children under twelve stay free of charge.
Mansion
1br Mansion
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceOur home is very unique. Construction began on the mansion in 1915, at the behest of Albert Henry Gufler. The original woodwork highlights the updated amenities of the home. Throughout the home you will find glimpses of history intertwined with modern enhancements. Guest AccessGuests will have access to all shared area. These areas include 3 living areas, 2 sunrooms, 3 kitchens, 2 dens, a laundry room, and a spacious yard. There are 10 bedrooms available. Please note that the fee of $100/night is per bedroom, and each bedroom can accommodate 2 guests. When reserving multiple rooms, each bedroom should be booked separately. Interaction with GuestsWe love sharing our home with others, and developing friendships with our guests. We also recognize and respect the desire that some guests may have for privacy. The NeighborhoodOur home is conveniently located within walking distance of the Emporia State University campus, the hospital, and Emporia's historic downtown. Enjoy a stroll down Commercial Street - recently named by USA Today as the best Main Street in the USA!
Home/Apartment
5br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
**REDUCED Rate for parties of 4 or less! Thank you. This beautiful, historic, spacious home was built in 1901 by one of Lyon County's pioneers, Will Wayman. Within walking/stumbling distance of ESU, Emporia's downtown, the starting point for DK200, the DK200 block party and the Glass Blown Open block party! The main floor is a wonderful GATHERING SPACE for family and friends. New kitchen and spacious living, dining and foyer offer plenty of space to get together. There is a 1/2 bath and full sized sofa sleeper on main floor. The upstairs boasts 3 spacious bedrooms (1KG and 2QN beds), 2 full baths and a laundry/utility room (1FULL bed). Bonus space is a 400+ SF finished dormer attic that offers an additional (4TWIN beds). Home has been completely restored inside to bring out its historic charm, yet a nod has been given to modern conveniences. 1 KG; 2 QN beds; 1 Full; 4 Twins; 1 Full sofa sleeper; (there are also areas where cots or air mattresses could be added). Beautifully remodeled kitchen offers flexibility to prepare your own meals with all the kitchen basics provided. We offer grocery service so that you may have food in the house when you arrive. Bbq grill, Four TV's with Directv, NFL Sunday ticket, Roku and Free Wi-Fi. Premium quality linens will pamper you. HE front loading Washer/Dryer, Hairdryer, Iron/Ironing Board. Ample parking in rear driveway.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
This unit comfortably sleeps six with a queen size bed in one bedroom a full-size in the other and the queen sized sofa sleeper in the living room. Quality linens in the bedrooms and bath make your overnight stays extra comfy. The full-size kitchen allows the flexibility to prepare your meals if you wish. A 40 inch TV in the living room complete with a DVD player. Unlimited Wireless Internet designated for your apartment. Step out on to your private balcony to check out nearby downtown.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
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  • Wifi
Cute little one bedroom apartment situated on the 1st floor. Fully furnished and ready for your stay! Newly remodeled with a brand new kitchen, carpet and vinyl, paint and new furniture! Front porch and private deck out back. This is a nice, quiet building with 12 units. Soft, comfortable bedding is provided along with towels, dishes and small kitchen appliances. The basic staples such as coffee, salt and pepper and a few spices are waiting for you as well. This apartment features a queen sized bed and a pull out sofa. Perfect for 1 or 2 people, but 3 could easily share this space for a short time.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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  • Wifi
This recently completed 2 bedroom 1.5 bath unit offers ample space for your extended stay. Equipped with stainless steel appliances, washer and dryer, LCD TV, fiber internet and 900 sq. ft. of living space, you will find all of the creature comforts of home! Conveniently located just blocks from downtown Emporia, Soden's Grove, Peter Pan Park and the Veteran''s Memorial, you will be near all of the action. And, with an oversized 1 car garage, you won't have to worry about parking your car outside.
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Other
    Located in Emporia, Candlewood Suites Emporia is a perfect starting point from which to explore Emporia (KS). Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Candlewood Suites Emporia. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as non smoking rooms, air conditioning, heating, desk, telephone. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include fitness center. Candlewood Suites Emporia combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Emporia (KS) unforgettable.
    Inn
    Inn
      Stop at Fairfield Inn By Marriott Emporia Hotel to discover the wonders of Emporia (KS). Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Take advantage of the hotel's Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature air conditioning, heating, desk, alarm clock, telephone. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Fairfield Inn By Marriott Emporia Hotel combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Emporia (KS) unforgettable.
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      Inn
        Set in a prime location of Emporia (KS), Budget Host Inn - Emporia puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, room service are readily available for you to enjoy. Some of the well-appointed guestrooms feature air conditioning, heating, wake-up service, desk, alarm clock. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. For reliable service and professional staff, Budget Host Inn - Emporia caters to your needs.
        Inn
        Inn
          Comfort Inn Emporia is conveniently located in the popular Emporia area. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, pets allowed are on the list of things guests can enjoy. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as television, satellite/cable TV, coffee/tea maker, ironing facilities. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include fitness center, indoor pool. For reliable service and professional staff, Comfort Inn Emporia caters to your needs.