Holiday Inn Express & Suites El Dorado, KS

Phone(316) 322-7275

Address3100 W, El Dorado Ave, El Dorado, KS 67042

Website https://www.holidayinnexpresseldorado.com/


El Dorado, Kansas hotel offers a comfortable stay in the Heartland of America.

Nestled in the heart of the Prairie Port of Kansas is the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites El Dorado, which offers comfortable accommodations with access to the rich history of America's heartland.

Located conveniently just off the Kansas Turnpike, I-35, our El Dorado hotel offers close proximity to the El Dorado Civic Center and Butler Community College as well as several corporate businesses such as Frontier Refinery, Magellan, Chicago Bridge and Iron and Valmont Industries. Just a half-hour drive from our El Dorado hotel is the Wichita, KS Century II Convention Center.

Leisure travelers will appreciate that our El Dorado, Kansas accommodations are located near many local attractions, such as Walter's Pumpkin Patch and the Kansas Oil Museum. Another one of El Dorado's best attractions is the El Dorado Lake and State Park. Featuring trails for horses, bicycles and hiking and picnic shelters, this State Park is the perfect place to start an outdoor adventure.

Our hotel in El Dorado, Kansas, provides our guests with many premium amenities, including a heated indoor, pool. We also offer an on-site fitness center for all your exercise needs. Start planning your next trip now and find great El Dorado hotel room deals. .

Amenities

  • Free WiFi
    Free Hot Breakfast Buffet
    Complimentary Parking
    Indoor Heated Pool
    Guest Laundry
    Business Center and Meeting Room
    Modern Fitness Center
    Flat Screen TV with Premium Channels
    Fridge and Microwave
    Hair Dryer and Coffee Maker
    Suites with Sofa and dividor in room
    NO Pets Allowed except ADA Service Animals

Local Area

Four different museum venues in El Dorado offer a spectrum of historic and art exhibits that are each uniquely fascinating. For more information visit http://eldoks.com/226/Must-See-Spots.

Butler County History Center and Kansas Oil Museum. Learn of the influences of the Oil Boom on Butler County, and become absorbed in the "Glory of the Hills" in the comprehensive Flint Hills exhibit. For more information go to Kansas Oil Museum .

Coutts Memorial Museum of Art. Over 1,000 works are housed behind the classic columns, including a fine collection of Prairie Printmakers' prints, works by Thomas Hart Benton, Frederic James and a number of fine regional painters.

WWII History Center. The Center is dedicated to the history of the World War II era, and showcases information about the war on European, Pacific and Home fronts. To learn more go to wwiihistorycenter.org .

Baseball Hall of Fame. On the site of McDonald Stadium, featuring memorabilia of our local "boys of summer". See Baseball Hall of Fame .

Butler County History Center & Kansas Oil Museum

Learn of the influences of the Oil Boom on Butler County, and become absorbed in the "Glory of the Hills" in the comprehensive Flint Hills exhibit. For more information go to Kansas Oil Museum .

Coutts Memorial Museum of Art

Over 1,000 works are housed behind the classic columns, including a fine collection of Prairie Printmakers' prints, works by Thomas Hart Benton, Frederic James and a number of fine regional painters. See Coutts Museum .

WWII History Center

The Center is dedicated to the history of the World War II era, and showcases information about the war on European, Pacific and Home fronts. To learn more go to the History Center website.

Baseball Hall of Fame

On the site of McDonald Stadium,featuring memorabilia of our local "Boys of Summer" heroes. See Baseball Hall of Fame .

Attractions & Art

  • NEW 18 hole Disc Golf course for amateur and professional play
  • Local craft brewery for the beer enthusiast
  • Bike path for biking, running or a leisurely walk that begins at the El Dorado lake and wraps around multiple parks ending at East Park
  • Many recreational parks great for kids, family reunions and other festive events
  • City pool with diving boards, slide and kiddie pools
  • Two splash parks with playgrounds and gazebos
  • YMCA located downtown
  • BG Products Veterans Memorial Sports Complex
  • Butler County History Center & Kansas Oil Museum
  • Coutts Memorial Museum of Art
  • El Dorado Main Street Sculpture Program: 16 works of public sculpture downtown
  • Erman B. White Gallery
  • Home of Butler Community College
  • Vibrant Main Street full of shopping, dining and more

El Dorado Lake & State Park

El Dorado Lake and State Park is a premier venue for the outdoor and camping enthusiast.

  • 1,100 campsites and 10 cabins
  • 3,500-acres of wildlife area
  • 4,500-acres of park lands
  • Equestrian campground with arena and corrals
  • Well maintained trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding

Welcome to the Kansas Oil Museum!

The Kansas Oil Museum is the one of the largest museums in the state with a focus on the history of America's early 20th-century oil industry. We also preserve and interpret the history of Butler County, Kansas, from the earliest days of the Native American tribes and the pioneers, to small-town and ranch life of the 1900s.

In addition to curating both permanent and seasonal exhibits, we function as the Historical Society of Butler County, with a large research library and extensive archival and photographic collections.

All ages are invited to come and visit our large indoor exhibit hall and 10-acre outdoor area!

Indoors you will experience the story of:

  • The Kansas Flint Hills

  • Butler County, Kansas

  • The history and science of oil exploration and production

Outdoors you will experience the story of:

  • Oil Field Equipment from the past 100+ years, restored and operated during special events and tours. See how "black gold" was (and still is) extracted from deep within the earth, using this massive and powerful equipment.

  • Historic Oil Boom Town , furnished as if the town's inhabitants had never moved on. These oil boom towns operated as divisions of the oil companies, and were under the authority of company officials. Developed in response to oil strikes, these oil communities had their own stores, company offices, schools, and entertainment.

*During Inclement Weather the outdoor exhibits will not be open*

The El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Inc. is a not-for-profit educational institution dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of the game and its impact on the community of El Dorado, Kansas, by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to baseball in El Dorado.

Through its mission, the El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is committed to:

  • Collecting, through donations, baseball artifacts, works of art, literature, photographs, memorabilia and related materials which focus on the history of the game over time, its players and those elected to the El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Preserving the collections by adhering to professional museum standards with respect to conservation and maintaining a permanent record of the holdings through documentation, study, research, cataloging and publication.
  • Exhibiting material in a permanent gallery space, organizing on-site-changing exhibitions of various themes with works from the El Dorado Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum collections or other sources, working with individuals or organizations to exhibit loaned material of significance to baseball and providing related research facilities.
  • Interpreting artifacts through exhibition and education programs to enhance awareness, understanding and appreciation of the game for a diverse audience.
  • Honoring by enshrinement, those individuals who had exceptional baseball careers, or significant achievements and contributions to the game of baseball in El Dorado, Kansas.

Designated "A City of the Arts" in 2006, El Dorado offers a surprising selection of public sculpture, public and private galleries, and performance arts.

El Dorado Main Street Sculpture Program. Sixteen sculptures adorn the downtown area.

Coutts Memorial Museum of Art. Special rotating exhibits in addition to the permanent collection.

Butler Community College Fine Arts. Visual arts exhibits and performance arts are top notch. See Butler Fine Arts .

Find your unique artistic vision.

Build a strong foundation to creatively communicate your ideas to the world. In a small classroom setting, you will explore the world of art through an in-depth study of two-dimensional and three-dimensional artistic practices. After your two-year degree, you can head to a fulfilling career or transfer to an art institute or four-year college. More about Art.

Estimated tuition for Art = $10,020**

**This includes two years of tuition based on being a Kansas Resident and taking 60 credit hours, estimated fees, and estimated books. Housing and meal plans not included. Fees may vary depending on specific degree path.

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