Welcome to Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Medical District, your Springfield “home away from home.” Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Medical District aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as The World's Largest Fork (1.8 mi) and Springfield National Cemetery (3.0 mi) make Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Medical District Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Springfield.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Comfort Suites Springfield offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and shops. Guests of Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Medical District Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Cedars, Springfield Diner, and Waffle House, which are some diners that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Springfield Botanical Gardens and Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Medical District puts the best of Springfield at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The customer service was great and the room was very nice. The pool is really small with no room to swim. Location is great, it is close to restaurants and stores. Also, it is located in a safe area..
I attended a family event in Springfield, MO over the weekend and a portion of us stayed at this hotel. Speaking for myself only, it was a wonderful hotel and was very convenient. Fantastic staff and personnel. It is probably the nicest Holiday Inn Express I have ever to over the years.
This place could use a refresh, and it's getting one as I write. With one other exception, which I'll describe, this hotel is first-rate, with an incredible staff, a sensible breakfast under the circumstances (long on Jimmy Dean sausage sandwich options, which is fine with us), really spacious rooms with comfy beds, and uniformly diligent cleaning and mask-wearing protocols. It's convenient to the interstate, but on the south side of town, a decent jaunt from downtown. Springfield itself is highly worth a visit. It has three nodes of interest. The courthouse area, another square called Park Central, and a fascinating and reviving C Street (locals name for Commercial Street) neighborhood — once a lively railroad center on the north end. Also of special note to history buffs: Old Route 66, which was given its name here, winds through town, and there are lots of quirky places to enjoy. One is the very old (but interesting) Birthplace of Route 66 Roadside Park at 1200 W. College St. I recommend visits to that, Park Central Square, and C St.. Right off Park Central Square is the most unbelievable barber shop you've ever seen. It's the Dapper Barber, on the first floor of the old Sterling Hotel (now apartments). It will blow your mind — whether or not you need a haircut. It's furnished like a turn-of-the (19th to 20th-) Century tonsorial parlor and much more, including a cigar room, pool table, shoeshine place, and even a conference room containing tables made of radiators. The staff wears handmade (by them) leather aprons, and as you are beholding all of this, you can get a good drink! An unforgettable place. Bring your camera! As for the slight dent in our hotel's otherwise stellar accommodations, the acoustics leave something to be desired. Not only did we hear every step of the person or people staying above us, but on our first night in (when we were the most tired), what sounded like a troupe of Welsh clog dancers kept us from sleeping). Turns out, it was just excited kids. The front desk expertly and gently settled things down, and the next morning, something extraordinary happened. Under our door was a sweet apology from Mandy, the morning front desk person, plus the gift of some IHG (the Holiday Inn chain name) points. And that wasn't all. The hotel was not full the second night, and Mandy made sure the room above us was not rented. That was exceedingly thoughtful. It makes me wonder whether all hotels that are only partially full could not do likewise — avoid booking guests, especially those with kids, into rooms above rooms that are occupied. Too difficult for the average desk agent, probably, but it would help ensure a better night's sleep for guests. No big deal on any of this, and kudos to the staff and most aspects of our stay. Highly recommend both a stay here AND an exploration of Springfield.…
Highly recommend this hotel. There was nothing bad to say here. Best sleep ever. Even COVID couldn’t keep their service down. Room very clean and comfortable. Shower and water temp were super enjoyable. We left early but desk clerk was there to take care of us with a hot breakfast and fresh brewed coffee. Lots of good choices for breakfast. Recommend highly
I stay at Holiday Inn pretty much exclusively, about a hundred nights a year. I can say with some authority that this is the very nicest Holiday Inn Express I have ever stayed in. Exceptionally friendly staff. Clean and comfortable rooms with all the amenities you’d expect for a quick stop or full vacation. Hope to be back around. DK