Wichita Kansas Events, Entertainment, Restaurants and Attractions

Ramada Wichita Airport

The only Ramada in Wichita. Refresh and relax at our hotel, located off Route 400 near I-235 with free airport and local shuttle service for your convenience.

Ramada Wichita Airport
5805 W. Kellogg Dr
Wichita, KS 67209

About Us

Each of our guest rooms features a flat-screen HDTV, free high-speed WiFi, mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee, and tea maker, as well as an iron and ironing board. Take your comfort to the next level by upgrading your room to a suite with a jetted hot tub.

Traveling in a large group? Rest assured, we have ample free parking with space for RVs, trucks, and buses. Host your next business gathering, wedding, or family reunion with us, we have over 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. We are a pet-friendly hotel with extensive event space, a variety of amenities on site, and easy access to top area attractions.

We offer a free hot breakfast each morning to get you fueled and ready for the day ahead. Keep your daily routine up in our onsite business center, fitness center, and seasonal outdoor pool. Additional services on site include dry cleaning, event catering, as well as a Restaurant and Bar.

Remingtons Bar & Grill

Enjoy the delectable home cooked entrees served up at our bar & grill restaurant. Dinner is served between 5-9pm, and the bar is open from 6-9pm Monday through Thursday and 5-10pm Friday through Saturday. If you would prefer the comfort and privacy of your guest room, we offer room service from 5-9pm.

You can sit at Al Capone's seat at the bar. The Remington, in the Ramada Wichita Airport Hotel, is proud to be home to the original bar top from the infamous “Brown Derby Blues Bar” in Chicago. Back in the roaring 20’s the bar was a popular water hole for such notables as Jules Verne, Diamond Jo Esposito, George Bernard Shaw, Henry Ford and Shoeless Joe Jackson. Even the famous gangster Al “scarface” Capone got his start as a bouncer at the Brown Derby.

Look close and you will see the bullet holes in the bar from when Dennis “The Duke” Cooney and his cohorts drove by and shot the place to pieces with their Tommy guns. Relive the nostalgia of the Brown Derby and enjoy the historic photos of Wichita during the early years.