ABOUT CYRUS HOTEL

 

We’re named after Cyrus K. Holliday, the man who literally put Topeka on the map. A businessman by trade, Cyrus joined the Union army—becoming an honorary Colonel—to help keep Kansas free. He turned a ragtag band of pioneers from across the unsettled prairie into our 34th state. And he built one of our nation’s first transcontinental railroads.

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Our Location

Located in the heart of Topeka on the city’s picturesque main street, we are within walking distance
from many of the city’s top destinations.

 

TOpeka State Capitol
0.3 MIles

Featuring numerous large-scale murals and a breathtaking glass dome, the State Capitol building is only a block from our hotel.

Mulvane Art Museum
2.1 Miles

Located on the Washburn University campus, this museum is the oldest accredited museum west of the Mississippi and highlights the works of local Kansas artists while hosting international traveling exhibits.

Gage Park
3.2 Miles

Constructed in 1899, this 160 acre park features a mini-train, carosel, and beautiful rose garden. Additionally, Gage Park also has the off-leash dog park, Hill’s Bark Park.


In the News

 
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Topeka is now home to a boutique property, but regular travelers will recognize the elegance associated with the 8-story Cyrus.”

CONNECT ASSOCIATION

Named after Cyrus K. Holliday, a Civil War hero and pioneer of the Transcontinental Railroad, the hotel's interiors showcase a warm and earthy color palette, and patterns inspired by the prairie landscape and Hollidays’ military career.

BOUTIQUE DESIGN

The $32 million project, named for Topeka founder Cyrus K. Holliday, will be the first hotel on downtown Topeka's S. Kansas Ave. in nearly 30 years.

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