Sedalia, located in west-central Missouri, is 90 miles east of Kansas City and situated at the cross-sections of US routes 50 and 65, giving you easy access to the state capital, Jefferson City, as well as to the Lake of the Ozarks reservoir, the town of Lee’s Summit and many other great sites and attractions.
Take a quick drive south to Lake of the Ozarks where you can hike, bike, row, view nature and wildlife habitats by day. After you build up your appetite, dine at one of the area’s 100-plus eateries and sample some authentic Ozark barbecue. Not done yet? The Ozarks also have a vibrant nightlife scene with karaoke bars, live music, lakeside lounges and moonlight cruises.
Attractions within Sedalia are also plentiful. To see paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures created in the mid-20th century by artists like Andy Warhol and Ansel Adams, stop by the Daum Museum, situated on the campus of State Fair Community College. Or, for a good dose of history, visit the fully restored, Romanesque Revival style Katy Depot to learn about the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad. The depot’s original train tracks have been removed and converted into a walking and biking trail for an educational way to get out into nature.. Don’t miss the Katy Trail State park for even more outdoor fun.
You’ll make the most of this friendly, Midwestern city when you select one of our relaxing, amenity-rich IHG hotels in Sedalia. IHG’s friendly staff and exceptional fitness facilities will help you forget about your everyday stresses.
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everything worked out well, but I'd like to mention two especially fine things. dawn, the desk clerk, made me feel very welcome upon arrival and later gave me a detailed map of the city and told me[More]
how to get to a couple of places ... and I appreciated the fact that there were things like bananas and yogurt for breakfast. not just bread, and not just heavy stuff like bacon and eggs. [Less]