Fort Scott Inn
Clean, spacious, modern rooms await you at Rodeway Inn in Fort Scott, KS.
Looking for a reasonable place to stay that won’t break the bank? Rodeway Inn in Fort Scott, Kansas is a pet-friendly hotel that offers a solid deal on a simple stay and amenities to keep you going while you’re on the road.
- Free WiFi
- Free continental breakfast
- Fitness center
- Meeting rooms
- Business center
Guests rooms feature:
- Microwave refrigerator
- 42 inch TV
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair dryer
When you’re traveling on a budget, you’ll find hotel accommodations at our Rodeway Inn® are just what you’re looking for. Our hotel is conveniently located of Hwy 69 near attractions like:
- Fort Scott National Historic Site
- Trolley Tours
- Gordon Parks Museum
- Fort Scott Farmers Market
- Lowell Milken Center
Enjoy the reliability of a brand name you can trust with our hotel in Fort Scott, where you’ll get the most of your next trip to Kansas with all the travel basics you need. Plus, you can earn points toward rewards like free nights, gift cards and more with our Choice Privileges® Rewards program.
Whether you’re looking for lodging for the annual Good Ol’ Days Festival in June, the Fort Scott Veterans Day Celebration in November, or the Gordon Parks Celebration in October, Rodeway Inn in Fort Scott, KS can provide you a clean, comfortable room at an incredible price!
As of July 2018, there are 640 Rodeway Inn locations in North America, with approximately 26,351 rooms across the continent, and 35 new hotels under construction in the United States. Each hotel is a franchise, managed by a private investor.
The chain was established in Phoenix, Arizona in 1962. Michael Robinson and his son-in-law Joe Simmons opened the chain under the name Rodeway Inns of America. In 1971, the Vantage Company of Dallas, Texas acquired the hotel chain. Prudential Life Insurance partnered with Rodeway Inns to finance the company-owned inns with the goal of becoming a franchise. In 1976, the company began focusing exclusively on franchising. In 1985, Ladbrokes purchased the brand, and two years later sold the chain to Ramada.
In 1990, the brand became a part of the Choice Hotels corporate group, along with Friendship Inn and Econo Lodge. The Friendship Inn chain was absorbed by the Rodeway Inn and Econo Lodge brands at this time.
In 2005, Rodeway Inn reorganized its franchise structure to attract franchisees to the hotel chain. In 2007, Rodeway Inn was named the fastest growing chain in the hotel industry by Lodging Magazine. As of 2018, Rodeway Inn is still a part of Choice Hotels International.