When you stay at hotels in Lawrence Kansas, you’ll be in the county seat of Douglas County and sixth-largest city in Kansas. Lawrence is a college town and the home to both the University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University.
Featured Lawrence, Kansas Hotel
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Lawrence, Lawrence
200 Mcdonald Dr., Lawrence, Kansas
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel is located approximately one mile from the University of Kansas and 40 miles from Kansas City International Airport. This location is also two miles from historic downtown Lawrence, four miles from Haskell Indian University, 25 miles from Topeka, and 30 miles from Kansas City. The hotel is two blocks south of the I-70 West turnpike exit 202.
Other Lawrence, Kansas Hotels
Springhill Suites Lawrence
1 Riverfront Plaza, Lawrence, Kansas
The SpringHill Suites Lawrence is conveniently located one mile from University of Kansas and Memorial Stadium, two miles from Hallmark and Allen Fieldhouse, seven miles from Clinton Lake and 24 miles from Forbes Fields AFB.
Baymont Inn & Suites Lawrence
740 Iowa St., Lawrence, Kansas
At the Baymont Inn Lawrence, KS we strive to make you feel right at home with a clean room cared for by our friendly staff.
Hampton Inn Lawrence
2300 W. 6th Street, Lawrence, Kansas
This hotel is located within a five minute drive to downtown Lawrence as well as the University of Kansas. It is 10 minutes from Haskell Indian Nations University. I-70 exit 202 West is half a mile from the hotel.
Quality Inn & Suites Lawrence – University Area, Lawrence
2309 Iowa Street, Lawrence, Kansas
Located adjacent to the University of Kansas which offers some of the finest museums and art galleries in the country.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
3411 SW Iowa St, Lawrence, Kansas
Offers a variety of room types and competitive rates for the business and leisure travelers.
Lawrence Kansas Area Links of Interest
The University of Kansas is the largest public university in the state with a total enrollment of under 30,000 including the Medical Center. It has over 170 fields of study—many nationally ranked—and nationally known Kansas Jayhawks athletics programs.
The University of Kansas campus is home to many museums, including the KU Natural History Museum and the Spencer Museum of Art. The Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics houses various artifacts from the life of the former Kansas Senator. Another possible site of interest is the Lawrence Arts Center. It has daytime activities, organized plays and acts, and an art gallery filled with artwork created by the townspeople. Artwork, theater, and other related activities are some of the biggest parts of Lawrence.