Where to Rest your Head for a Night Away in Omaha

From the great food and film locations in Midtown, to the charm of the Old Market, or a sales/tech update meeting with any of the companies moving here in droves, at some point you will want to book a hotel stay in Omaha. Two years ago, the Olympic swim trials were held here, and the existing College World Series crowd gives us a tremendous economic boom every year. With colleges like Creighton and great music and arts neighborhoods like Benson, there is no shortage in a need for luxurious, practical, and convenient places to stay. We drew up a short list of the best hotels in Omaha. From the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge to Werner Park and the prosperity of Papillion, you’ll have plenty to keep you absorbed while you’re here.

Hotel Deco XV                                                                                                               

Absolutely known in most circles as Nebraska’s boutique hotel with the highest peak of luxury, great personalized offering of services, and downtown location, the Hotel Deco is always raved about. Great Wireless internet service, old school style bell service, Complimentary Valet, and concierge are some of the amenities that make Deco a lofty step above the rest. With 89 rooms and 5000 square feet of business/meeting space, the décor here is raved about and many want to come back right away after first seeing this fine establishment. Just years ago there were some seasoned travelers that may have claimed Omaha didn’t have enough to offer for the blue chip/upper end, and this is where you find the place to fill that gap. The Empire Ballroom within the confines of this gem is also a great place for your formal dream event.

Hotel Magnolia Omaha

In close proximity to the Orpheum Theater, Joslyn Art Museum, The Old Market, and everything else you could imagine downtown, this is one of the city’s prime staying destinations. Modeled after an Italian palace, this place was remodeled to the nines in 2007 and gets high ratings from visitors coming to Omaha from all walks of life. There are floor to ceiling windows in each of the guest rooms, and the perfect ironing board in each room is a much appreciated feature for the deal maker on the downtown go. A brown and turquoise stellar crafted décor, a substantial program for business travelers, and the great option to walk right out and conquer your downtown day on foot are all very appealing. The guest rooms have custom bedding, wonderful views, and are 300 square feet of plush and inviting interior.

Hilton Garden Inn Omaha:

This luxury hotel on 10th and Cass has lightening fast internet, 15 meeting rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, and extra large desks just for starters. The Liberty Tavern Restaurant onsite, two ballrooms, Starbucks in the lobby and extraordinary fitness center also pamper the visitor in a top notch stay experience. Recipient of the 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, they hold a coveted spot in the nation’s number one internet portal for stay advice and information. Photo copy service, cribs for the very young ones, ATM onsite, A/V equipment rental and secretarial service are also offered to the customer, and the business center is consistently ranked one of the best in the Midwest.

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