Are you planning a trip to Omaha, Nebraska? If so, you're probably thinking about where you will stay while you're there. Omaha is the home of many excellent hotels in a variety of price ranges. If you're unfamiliar with the area, it can be difficult to decide which option in the best to meet your needs. We've reviewed the top rated hotels in accordance with guest ratings, amenities, and the value for the cost to help make the task easier. Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, here are the five best hotels in Omaha, Nebraska for your consideration.
Hotel Deco is a 4.5-star luxury hotel that offers 89 smoke-free guestrooms in their establishment. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar/lounge, free airport shuttle, valet parking, and a 24-hour front desk. All guests are welcome to enjoy free WiFi, a fitness center, 24-hour business center and limo service upon request. Breakfast is also available along with free coffee and tea in the common area. Private bathrooms with free toiletries, premium TV channels, a refrigerator, and free rollaway/extra beds or cribs/infant beds available upon request. The hotel is centrally located in downtown Omaha just 2 minutes walking distance from Orpheum Theater, and less than 10 minutes from Pioneer Courage Park, First National Bank Tower, Holland Performing Arts Center, Spirit of Nebraska's Wilderness Park, Omaha Children's Museum and much more.
Magnolia Hotel Omaha
Magnolia Hotel is a 4 star rated luxury hotel that features an on-site restaurant and bar/lounge. Room service is offered for limited hours. A full breakfast is served daily for a surcharge. Guests may access the fitness center, business center, 24-hour front desk, and a host of other amenities. Guestrooms offer private bathrooms stocked with complimentary toiletries, free WiFi, Towncar and limo services are available upon request and guest are supplied with a daily newspaper and housekeeping, coffee and tea maker, iron and ironing board, 37 inch LCD TV, premium TV channels and more.
Ameristar Casino Hotel Council Bluffs
The Ameristar Casino Hotel is a 4-star luxury hotel that offers guests cooked to order breakfasts daily with four on-site restaurants, bars/lounges, a coffee shop, room service upon request and much more. Guests may enjoy access to the indoor pool, fitness facilities, the spa tub, golfing and nearby casino. Meeting rooms are also available for business conferencing and other events. 24-hour front desk and concierge services are also provided. Guest rooms come with private bathrooms with toiletries, and hairdryer provided. For entertainment, each room comes with a 42-inch plasma TV with cable TV channels, free WiFi and local calls, a refrigerator and adjoining rooms upon request.
The Hilton Omaha is a 4-star luxury hotel that offers a daily breakfast buffet, an on-site restaurant/bar/lounge, a coffee shop and room service upon request. Guest have access to the indoor pool, fitness facilities, spa services with spa treatment rooms, a spa tub/sauna and business services/facilities. A 24-hour front desk and concierge services with limo or town car service, dry cleaning, and laundry services are available upon request as well as porter/bellhop service. English, Russian, German and Spanish languages are spoken. Free WiFi, LCD TV, Premium TV channels, free newspaper, a refrigerator, private bathroom, toiletries, daily housekeeping and more are provided.
Omaha Marriott Downtown at the Capitol District, Omaha
The Omaha Marriott Downtown is a 4-star luxury hotel that offers a variety of special packages for guests. Valet or self-parking is available on-site. A Restaurant, bar/lounge, coffee shop, and 24-hour room service are available for guests. In addition, guests may access the outdoor pool, fitness facilities, 24-hour front desk and concierge service, business center, and conference spaces, free newspapers, safe deposit box, a host of in-room comforts and amenities and more. Daily housekeeping is also provided along with an in-room safe to protect valuables.
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