See you in Wichita!
The National Rural Grocery Summit will be held at
the Historic Drury Plaza Broadview Hotel in Wichita, Kansas.
Located in Downtown Wichita, adjacent to the Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center, the Drury is situated along the banks of the Arkansas River with a beautifully landscaped river walk and convenient Q-Line Free Trolley stop located right out the front door. You'll enjoy the Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview as a spectacular meeting venue or the perfect place to work, play or rest.
The historic Broadview Hotel opened in 1922 on the Arkansas River banks in Wichita. Our 2011 renovation preserved the large chandeliers, ornate ornamental features in the grand lobby, and the original mosaic mural in the Crystal Ballroom, which was installed by Native American artist Blackbear Bosin. The hotel is LEED® Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council for energy-efficiency in the design.
Wichita is centrally-located in Kansas and in the country - a days’ drive from much of Kansas, three hours southwest of Kansas City, two and a half hours north of Oklahoma City and six hours north of Dallas. Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport (ICT) is the largest airport in the state and has nonstop service from more than 13 U.S. cities (two are seasonal) on seven major airlines.
Getting around Wichita is easy and convenient. Downtown is a quick 10-minute drive from Eisenhower National Airport and commute times across the city are some of the best in the country. For more information on planning your trip, Visit Wichita.