Hotel Year Built 1970 Year Remodeled 2006 Additional Property Description The BEST WESTERN Hospitality House is a pet friendly hotel near many attractions. This Emporia hotel is near Dirty Kanza, Emporia State University, Emporia Zoo and Flint Hills. The BEST WESTERN Hospitality House provides the perfect location for a business trip because we are near Detroit Diesel Remanufacturing, Tyson Beef Processing, Evco Wholesale Foods, Kansas Technology, Glendo Corporation, Emporia Surgical Hospital, Birch Telecom, Newman Regional Health and Safeway Pet Food Plant. If you want to unwind whether traveling on business or leisure the BEST WESTERN Hospitality House is conveniently located near Flint Hills, All Veterans Memorial, Emporia Zoo, Granada Theatre, Spanish American War Memorial, Spring Hill Ranch, Lake Kahola, Howe House and Welsh Farm. Guests can also indulge in one of a kind shopping at the areas many antique malls and stores. This Emporia hotel also provides the perfect location for sports enthusiasts, as it is near Emporia Municipal Golf Course, Dirty Kanza, and Sodens Grove Park. Those visiting the area s faculty and students can delight in just a two mile commute to Emporia State University. The luxurious clean rooms at the Hospitality House offer cable or satellite television, a coffee maker, free high speed Internet access, a desk and much more. Breakfast is served in Nona s, the onsite restaurant. This 100 percent ground floor Emporia hotel also offers an indoor heated pool, a hot tub, free parking, guest laundry and breakfast coupons. The BEST WESTERN Hospitality House also offers meeting and banquet facilities, accommodating up to 200, making this the perfect place for corporate events, business meetings and weddings. For an affordable visit to Emporia, Kansas, reserve a stay at the BEST WESTERN Hospit
At Genesis Emporia, the emphasis is on well-rounded fitness. Not only does the gym's staff arm its members with a slew of cardio and weight-training equipment, but the facility is dotted with conveniences such as basketball and tennis courts, childcare, tanning and steam rooms, and a yoga studio. Along with personal trainers, the staff includes fitness coaches who teach classes ranging from Zumba and Pilates to kickboxing and strength training. The gym also hosts kids' summer camps, which stress the importance of exercise with activities such as swimming or arts and crafts, so children can paint just like the famous weightlifters of the Italian Renaissance.
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At Rollers, brilliant flashing lights create patterns on the floor as skaters glide around during open skate. Here, the staff works to foster a love of skating in little ones, dedicating an hour every Saturday afternoon to newbie skaters and their parents. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons, staff members lead skating games geared toward school-aged kids. On Friday nights, the lights go low and music videos fill the big screen. The boards get cleared for weekly Zumba classes, where fitness seekers burn calories without juggling fiery logs.