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|AITA or IATA||FRI|
|Code OACI or ICAO||KFRI|
|Latitude||39.055 / 39° 3' 18'' North|
|Longitude||-96.7644 / 96° 45' 52'' West|
UTC -6:00 (America/Chicago)
Summer time : UTC -5:00
Winter time : UTC -6:00
Red Carpet Inn Junction City
Address : 110 East Flint Hills Boulevard, Junction City Distance : 4.1 km : 50 $US / 60 $US - 48
Located just off interstate 70, this hotel is 2 miles from CL Hoover Opera House. Red Carpet Inn Junction City offers free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Cable TV and a desk are provided in the traditionally decorated, simply furnished rooms.
Great Western Inn - Junction City
Address : 201 Continental Drive , Junction City Distance : 4.3 km : 53 $US / 75 $US - 57
Serving a daily continental breakfast, this Junction City hotel is just off Interstate 70 and is 18 miles from Kansas State University. Each guest room is equipped with free Wi-Fi.
Econo Lodge Junction City
Address : 211 West Flint Hills Boulevard, Junction City Distance : 4.4 km : 40 $US / 0 $US - 150
The Econo Lodge hotel in Junction City is located off Interstate 70 in central Kansas. This hotel is convenient to the neighboring cities of Manhattan and Abilene. Kansas State University and Geary Community Hospital are minutes away.
Holiday Inn Express Junction City
Address : 120 East Street, Junction City Distance : 5.8 km : 91 $US / 181 $US - 60
Located off Interstate 70, this hotel in Junction City, Kansas features an indoor pool and offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and a cable TV. The US Cavalry Museum is 4.4 miles away.
Quality Inn Near Fort Riley Junction City
Address : 305 East Chestnut, Junction City Distance : 6.4 km : 75 $US / 0 $US - 49
The Quality Inn hotel is located off Interstate 70 near the Fort Riley military installation, home of the 1st Infantry Division, nicknamed the Big Red One.