Tioga Suites Hotel
The Tioga Hotel was built in 1929 by J.W. Pratt and was leased by the Boss Hotel Chain for most of its life. Designed in the Art Deco style, it features gargoyles on each corner. It was one of the state’s first fireproof hotels and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. All floors, exterior walls and roof are reinforced concrete or masonry. The historic Tioga Hotel was reborn as Tioga Suites on November 1, 2004. It has undergone renovation while maintaining the historic character. The property features luxury hotel suites with Simmons mattresses. The suites are named for famous Kansans and others associated with Kansas. The hotel has 40 rooms, ranging in price from $39 - $89 per night. There is a ballroom on the second floor, as well as an outdoor patio. There are two restaurants located inside the hotel - Main Street Family Restaurant, which serves golden fried chicken, delicious desserts and much more, and Grandma's Subs & Yogurt, which serves all types of sub sandwiches, salads and soups as well as several flavors of yogurt.