Four Points By Sheraton Manhattan530 Richards Drive, Manhattan, KS (Map)
The Best of the Little Apple. The Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan makes it easy to get around to Kansas State University, Fort Riley, and more. Our free shuttle makes pickups and drop-offs at Manhattan Regional Airport (MHK) as well as within a 10-mile radius of the hotel. Check out cultural and athletic venues on and off campus, plus the nightlife of Aggieville. All under One Roof. Our hotel has everything you need for a productive or relaxing visit. Gather in our spacious atrium, which features our indoor pool and hot tub and our modern fitness center. Start your day with your favorite breakfast dishes at the Plum Tree, and enjoy a hearty lunch or dinner while watching the game at Paddy OQuigleys Pub & Grille. If youre here on business, our on-site convention center spans 12,000 square feet. Planning and catering experts will help you organize your event down to the last detail, and our business center provides support services. Room for Everyone. Our 197 guest rooms and suites make it easy to bring large groups together in one place. All of them have the plush Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort BedTM and free wireless High Speed Internet Access. If youre staying a while, treat yourself to the upgraded amenities of a Deluxe King Room or Presidential Suite.
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Four Points By Sheraton Manhattan Guest Reviews
Overall Guest Score: Pleasant | 3.45 out of 5
Disappointing | 2 out of 5
Mon, 31 December 2012
When renovations are complete this will be an acceptable hotel for visiting the Manhattan/K-State area. At this time, there is still much work to be done and you are truly limited to your room for entertaining. The lobby, the pool, the morning breakfast area and the recreation area are all under construction. If we hadn't already paid for our room, we would not have stayed for the entire booking period, we would have checked out upon checking in. This is not a two star hotel at this time.
Pleasant | 3 out of 5
Sat, 20 October 2012
The hotel is converting to a Sheraton hotel (so we were told) and there's remodeling going on everywhere. The hotel has is not new, so the remodeling would probably be a good idea. The lobby had a number of areas closed for construction but one would assume they'll be open eventually although we saw no evidence of any construction workers. They've begun remodeling the rooms, but in our room there was no door on the closet area even though there was trim for a door. The AC didn't work very well and when I mentioned it upon checking out the clerk told me that they were having problems with the AC throughout the hotel. The room itself was clean and the beds comfortable. The hotel is located on a main street and about 5-10 minutes from downtown Manhattan and about the same distance from Kansas State University.