Located along Highway 65, this hotel is a half-mile from Mo State Fairgrounds and Liberty Park.
Just minutes from historic downtown, American Inn, a Magnuson Hotel affiliate, offers easy access off Hwy 65 to the cities rich history, Missouri State Fair, the foot-tapping Scott Joplin Festival, beautiful historic buildings, museums and antique stores.
Historic buildings serve as reminders of the past. They embody the intentions, assumptions, and lives of those who built or lived or worked in them. They have stories to tell about what the community was and how it became what it is, and they help us understand who we are. When people understand the uniqueness of a community, learn what is has gone through and see visual reminders of their past then they can feel more connected to a place.
Missouri State Fair
From 1901 to today, the Missouri State Fair has been a barometer of the state’s economic health and a documentary of the history of Missouri agriculture. The Missouri State Fair plays an essential role in keeping agriculture one of Missouri’s top industries.
Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site
With a commanding view from atop a bluff, Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site is one of the best representations of early 20th Century sensibilities in the Midwest. Walk through the 31-room, 12,000-square-foot lodge built atop two natural caves by Sedalia lawyer John Homer Bothwell. You will marvel at the owner’s eclectic tastes and how a country gentlemen furnished a recreational lodge for himself and his friends. Most of the furnishings in the house are original, and the property also has a three-mile hiking and mountain biking trail.
- Free Wireless Internet
- Free Parking
- 24- Hour Front Desk
- Business Center
- Laundry Services
- Fax and Copy Services
- Non Smoking Rooms Available
- In Room- Coffee Maker
- In Room- Flat Screen w/HD Channels