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Fairfield Inn Sets the Standard of Excellence for Hotels in Manhattan, KS

Guests Distinguish Fairfield Inn Manhattan With TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the Second Year in a Row

MANHATTAN, KS -- (Marketwired) -- 06/12/14 -- For the second-straight year, guests have honored Fairfield Inn Manhattan with the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award. Raising the bar for Manhattan, KS hotels, this versatile property provides a relaxing and productive visit for a diverse range of travelers.

Fairfield Inn's proximity to Kansas State University make it an ideal lodging for fans, families and alumni passing through town to catch a Wildcats football game or visit loved ones at school. Nearby attractions like Town Center Mall, Flint Hills Discovery Center, Sunset Zoo, and Colbert Hills Golf Course allow for leisurely family stays. The Hotel's free WiFi, 24-hour business center, meeting space for up to 42 guests, and nearness to the Manhattan Conference Center creates a supremely accommodating stay for business travelers.

What guests can expect from their stay in one of these Manhattan, Kansas guest rooms is the full attention and service of Fairfield Inn's helpful, friendly staff, modern amenities like 37-inch LCD TVs and iPod ready iHome FM radio alarm clocks, spacious, contemporary luxury, and a commitment to excellence that has been touted so highly by TripAdvisor users.

Fairfield Inn strives to exceed expectations of guest rooms in Manhattan, Kansas. Awarded based on guest reviews of their personal experience, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award is proof from one satisfied guest after another that Fairfield Inn Manhattan has truly earned their distinction among local hotels and their ranking among the upper echelon of businesses listed on the TripAdvisor website.

With a sterling reputation for excellence among Kansas hotels, a sincere promise for warm hospitality, and a dynamic, traveler-centric experience, it's unquestioned that Fairfield Inn Manhattan is the best hotel deal in the city for any visitor.

About Fairfield Inn Manhattan
Both business and leisure travelers will find this downtown Manhattan hotel highly accommodating and comfortable. Productivity and relaxation share equal attention at Manhattan, KS's most adaptable property. All guests can start their day off with Fairfield Inn's complimentary and tasty breakfast featuring favorites like scrambled eggs, sausages, make-your-own waffles, fresh fruit, and bagels. The work-day is completed with free WiFi, the 24-hour business center, and 832 sq. ft. of meeting space. Fun can be had at the hotel's swimming pool and hot tub, or at nearby attractions like Kansas State University, Tuttle Creek State Park, Sunset Zoo, and Konza Prairie. Guests can work off the day's indulgences at the hotel's fitness center. And finally, retire to the contemporary style of their luxurious guest rooms that come furnished with hair-dryers, coffee makers, and ironing boards, in-room microwaves, and mini-fridges, updated iPod ready iHome FM radio alarm clocks, 37-inch LCD TVs, and a well-lit work area to send off a few last minute emails before bed. Fairfield Inn Manhattan's commitment to excellence is second to none and their tranquil guest rooms come at exceptional value for all travelers.

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CONTACT:
Fairfield Inn Manhattan
300 Colorado Street
Manhattan, KS 66502
1-785-539-2400
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/mhkfi-fairfield-inn-manhattan/

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