Best Western Hotels in Springfield, MO
The Hotels-Rates.com database shows three Best Western hotels ready to serve you during your trip to Springfield, Missouri, with a clean, comfortable and economical stay. What’s your pleasure? Being close to the Springfield-Branson National Airport, a stay that’s convenient to major highways serving Southwest Missouri, or a historic motel with a fun sensibility?
The Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven at 203 S Glenstone Avenue in Springfield, MO, is one of a kind. This award-winning Springfield, MO, hotel sits on 4.2 acres alongside America’s most legendary highway, Route 66, which is certified as having its beginnings in Springfield. While it has all the modern amenities you’d expect, including suites and Jacuzzi rooms, the Rail Haven sports a nostalgic 1950s-era décor, including in three themed rooms. The landscaped grounds include eight original sandstone cottages built in 1938, 12 years after Route 66 was established in Springfield. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which says, "The Rail Haven Motel is representative of the type of motel which flourished along Route 66 until the construction of the interstate in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The motel complex retains much of its design and materials from its period of significance and its site and setting conveys a strong sense of time and place of the Route 66 experience."
The Best Western Route 66 Rail Haven in Springfield, MO, is also 1 mile from the award-winning Hammons Field stadium, home of Missouri State University Bears baseball and minor league baseball’s Springfield Cardinals. It’s also pet-friendly!
While the other Best Western hotels in Springfield may not be able to boast that they hosted Elvis Presley and other music stars, they are conveniently located and priced near Springfield businesses and attractions, and are both pet-friendly.
- Best Western Plus Coach House at 2535 N Glenstone Avenue between Interstate 44 and E. Kearney Street is surrounded by family dining and shopping, and is 3 miles from Dickerson Park Zoo and the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds and Event Center, which hosts festivals, expos, rodeos and other events year-round, including the Ozark Empire Fair each summer.
- Best Western Plus Springfield Airport Inn at 4445 W Chestnut Expressway, just 3 miles from Springfield-Branson National Airport. The Best Western closest to the Springfield airport also puts you conveniently just 4.5 miles from Government Plaza via I-44 Business.
Springfield is home to a Kraft Foods plant, O'Reilly Auto Parts headquarters and the Brass Pro Shops National Headquarters at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, which is considered the No. 1 tourist destination in Missouri. It boasts almost 500,000 square feet of shopping space with waterfalls, aquariums, a firing range, boat showroom, motorsports museum, café and more in the store. Bass Pros Shops’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium opened next door in 2017 with 1.5 million gallons of freshwater and saltwater aquariums and more than 35,000 live fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds on display in multisensory habitats and engaging, interactive exhibits.
Springfield is also home to more than 850 dining options, a variety of shopping and cultural activities, a fun downtown and a supportive arts scene. The city’s six-block C Street Historic District,the original downtown of North Springfield, captures it all, from a 53-year-old family pizzeria to a chocolate factory that imports and roasts its own beans; the Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, one of the country's longest footbridges; the seasonal C-Street Market operating on Saturdays; and art galleries and antique and flea markets sprinkled throughout the district.
For more classical tastes, the Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts on the Missouri State University campus presents touring Broadway musical productions, classical music by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra and others, jazz, dance, theater, children’s shows and MSU student and faculty concerts, recitals and lectures. The Springfield Art Museum, the city’s oldest cultural institution, has 10,000 works of art in the permanent collection with a primary focus in American art as well as pieces from around the world and rotating exhibits.
And for those who enjoy the outdoors, just a short drive out of Springfield, the Ozarks provide multiple opportunities for hiking, paddling, camping and other outdoor recreation in local, state and national parks.
At day’s end, the staff of your friendly Springfield, MO, Best Western will welcome you home to a comfortable night’s rest and free breakfast in the morning. They’re ready for you to book your stay now through Hotels-Rates.com.