Grand Central Hotel

215 Broadway ~ Cottonwood Falls, Kansas 66845 ~ 620-273-6763

"In the heart of the beautiful Flint Hills"

Chase Co. Courthouse
"It reminded me of a small town hotel that was once around the corner from the railroad station or even the stagecoach stop"
...with "the luxury touches of first class city hotels." Shirley Christian, The New York Times Travel Section, July 1998

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Built in 1884 and renovated in 1995, The Grand Central Hotel enhances Old West elegance with New World hospitality. We feature ten oversized guestrooms, each "branded" for a Chase County ranch carefully chosen by local historians.
The Grand Central Hotel is a great place to stay while you're in the Flint Hills enjoying Cottonwood Falls and Chase County.

Daily Rates $150.00 TO 180.00 Per Room Double Occupancy - Click on the room names to see photographs and learn more
The Turkey Track - A rich yet subtle Victorian color scheme with two queen beds, a 12' ceiling with fan, and paver-bricked patio for private dining. Lower Level The Rogler Ranch - Wayne Rogler, 1905-1993. State Representative from Chase County. Two queen beds, elegant furnishings, all the charm and warmth of home make this room specially inviting. Enjoy a view of the first Chase County jail, used between 1870-1873. Upper Level
The Crocker Ranch - H. Mason Crocker was a direct descendant of Erastus B. Crocker, 1840-1876, who arrived in Chase County on March 20, 1866. ranch dated 1866-1979. Peaceful tones compliment a 12' ceiling with fan, two queen beds, and paver-bricked patio for private dining. Lower Level The Mercer Ranch - David Mercer, birth date unknown, died 1913, came to America in 1858, settled south of cottonwood Falls, and named and founded Matfield Green. Overlooking our beatiful courtyard and the City of Cottonwood Falls, The Mercer Ranch Room has two queen beds and can be reserved for our smoking guests. Upper Level
The Miser Ranch - Jesse Miser, born November 4, 1916, in Bazaar. and died March 17 2000. Mr. Miser was a well-known rancher from Chase County and contributed greatly to the brands accumulated in The Grand Central Hotel. Our honeymoon suite, a superior corner room, is complete with fireplace, king bed, rich colors highlighting sophisticated furnishings. Upper Level The Z Bar Ranch - Z Bar Cattle company bought a ranch in Barber County with a herd of cattle already branded with the Z-Brand. The cattle company came to Chase county in the 1920's where the brand was finally registered in 1935. Our king bedded room has unmatched view of our courtyard. Upper Level
The Wood Ranch - Colonel Samuel N. Wood, 1827-1891. Brand registered July 4, 1864. Oldest brand in Chase County. Our executive suite features two queen beds, an oversized jacuzzi shower, and charming window seat for your enjoyment. Upper Level The Sauble Ranch - David Sauble, 1837-1894, Brand registered May 12, 1881. Second oldest brand in Chase County. Mr. Sauble followed the Santa Fe Trail to the Flint Hills in 1857. Original brick and offset windows compliment this room overlooking the main street of Cottonwood Falls. Two queen beds, soft tones, and a delightful view...very peaceful. Upper Level
The Titus-Stout Ranch - Albert E. Titus and Elmore G. Stout formed a partnership and registered the TS brand March 22, 1939. Elmore stout and Doris Titus, Albert's daughter, married on September 13, 1938. Overlooking a tree-lined street, this pleasant room has two queens beds, and those rich Victorian colors. Upper Level The Clover Cliff Ranch - Homer and Katherine Prather of Greenwood County purchased The Clover Cliff Ranch from heirs of Jacob Blackshere in 1912. Brand registration unknown. Windows all around, a view of our famous Courthouse, and history abounding from this corner room with two queen beds make this a room to remember. Upper Level

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