Staybridge Suites Omaha 80th And Dodge3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I spent a night here and really enjoyed the central location to shopping and food places. Although the hotel was a bit difficult to get to from Dodge Street. The hotel entrance is in the back of the hotel and the parking lot was sketchy enough I was worried about car break-ins. I parked as close to the lighted entrance as I could get. Other than that I enjoyed the room. It was a bit used and gross looking stains on the walls housekeeping could easily get off and choose not to. But all in all I enjoyed the kitchen and apartment style room. Free internet was hit and miss. Not consistent. And front desk guy was dressed sloppy and seemed to not really know or care about much, very slow. Didn’t get his name so can’t give particulars on him. Was quiet room, which I liked and black out curtains. I would stay here again. Maybe clean up the help some and I’d feel more comfortable checking in.
We stayed here with our baseball team for an area tournament. My son and his teammates loved the pool, and the parents enjoyed the outdoor patio area, which was perfect for large groups. I thought the kitchens in each room were excellent. We could bring fresh food from home to keep in the full-size refrigerator for lunches and snacks, and the ice-maker in the freezer was so helpful as we packed water bottles for daily baseball games. The breakfast food was fine- there were several hot options such as eggs and breakfast meats (ham slices, sausage patties), plus bread and bagels for toasting, a waffle maker, cold cereals and oatmeal, and cut up fruit in addition to full apples, oranges, and bananas. There were also muffins and danishes. I appreciated the small "to-go" bags available if you needed to grab some food to take it with you for breakfast, and there were also plastic cups available for juices, in case you needed to take some juice to go. We took advantage of the free laundry facilities to wash baseball uniforms during our stay. We brought our own detergent and fabric softener, but you could also buy them at the front desk. The front desk staff were all friendly and super helpful about hotel issues and questions about the area. The hotel location was terrific! It was near tons of stores, restaurants, and gas stations, and there were two malls nearby as well. My only small complaint would be that the breakfast area did not have that many tables and chairs for the amount of people who were coming down to eat. Otherwise, it was terrific, and I would definitely stay here again.
Apparently, a rained out college baseball game is also known as a "Natural Disaster" according to the manager of this Staybridge Suites, and can be the cause of you to lose a guaranteed reservation to someone else. My family was en route from Colorado when I happened to check my email around 1 pm. At 12 pm, they had sent us an email that they were not honoring our reservation for the evening, booked through Expedia weeks earlier, for a 2-room suite with full kitchen, and sending us to a Holiday Inn Express instead. The number to call in this email was just the Holiday Inn. I called them, and the manager there told me that 2 families had been bumped to her, due to "overbooking" at Staybridge. I called the Staybridge and spoke at length to the front desk and general managers and was informed that due to a rainout in the game the day before, our room was never vacated. But she called it a "natural disaster." I checked the internet after this call- there was no disaster, nor even a single news article I could find other than that the baseball game was postponed. We booked a multiple-bed suite at this hotel for multiple reasons- we have a dog with us, there are four adult-sized people (two parents and two teens), and I have multiple food allergies and travel with an entire cooler of frozen cooked food so that I can eat in my room on road trips. I needed that full kitchen in order to cook my dinner and breakfast, as well as keep everything frozen from the cooler at night. I have never in my life 1)had to mention in the notes field of a reservation at an all-suites hotel that I did intend to use the kitchen included in my room due to allergies or intended to use all the beds I reserved and 2)been bumped from a guaranteed reservation. We went round and round, and she told us the Holiday Inn was the only room she could give us, but that didn't help me at all. In my Expedia reservation, I apparently did not specify correctly I had a family of four (with all four being adult-sized people), for our 2-bedroom suite with a king bed, queen bed, and sofa bed, with 2 baths, so that putting us in a regular hotel room would not be big enough for our family. This manager would have known this had they tried to call us. My cell number is always part of the reservation. The manager offered to try to find us something else, but she was extremely judgmental and rude- blaming me for not specifying I had food allergies, had a dog, and a family of four, so how could she know that she shouldn't rebook somebody who specified a 2-room suite with kitchen 3 weeks earlier into a regular hotel room somewhere else? Surely, most people who are booking these large rooms are staying alone and not using any of the amenities of the rooms, right? She didn't find us anything else, but I did- south of Lincoln. It will add on extra time to our drive tomorrow and added a lot of stress and anxiety to our family today. Our two teens are sharing a sofa bed in a studio suite at a Residence Inn, the last room I could find for 30 miles. They offered to cover the cost of our room in Lincoln, but I asked for a refund. I don't really care about that offer. It doesn't make up for the stress and inconvenience this caused my family, unnecessarily, over a baseball game's rain delay that has nothing to do with us and most certainly is NOT a "natural disaster." None of this would have happened if the managers at the Staybridge had told whomever was supposed to check out that they could not stay another day. Instead of putting the burden on your guests, maybe think about WHY someone would spend the money to book this type of room - because they truly need the amenities the hotel is offering. I should be allowed to give this a rating of Zero. Never again, Staybridge Suites.
We traveled to Omaha for the College World Series and stayed at this hotel. It is an extended stay facility with a small kitchen that is well layed out and equipped. The bed was fairly comfortable (I've enjoyed better at Hilton facilities and Holiday Inns) in spite of the heavy duvet covering which seems to be all the rage in hotels these days. There was no variety of pillow types which is a negative. The bathroom arrangement is a bit tight with the tub/shower and watercloset in a small room and the lavatory in a small alcove with closet (with folding doors that didn't really operate very well). The most frustrating part was the TV - we wanted to watch the late game, but couldn't get the TV/remote to work. Reported the problem to the desk clerk twice and she came to the room the second time and got it to work, but as soon as she left and I tried to change channnels it went on the fritz again. When I pay $235 for a hotel room I fully expect EVERYTHING to work properly.
We had such a relaxing and comfortable stay at Staybridge! Because of my job, we always have to check in late (we call ahead to confirm) and the receptionist was the kindest, most energetic person I’ve encountered in all of my late checkins 😂 The room was quiet, clean and comfortable. The pull out couch was perfect for our 3rd guest and they provided ample bedding for it, as well! Bonus points for the soft water- my home has super hard water and it was such a treat to have such a high quality shower. The J.R. Wadkins shower products were luxurious, too! Our room had a fancy feel without costing that way. Will definitely stay again the next time we’re in Omaha!
We came to Omaha to visit the zoo with our little one before we have our second. We wanted a room that had a separate bedroom so that after we put down our toddler, we could still stay up, watch tv and snack! The room was spacious and great. The breakfast was pretty good, they even offer red velvet waffles, but you can have original golden brown ones too. The drink selection is huge. Even though we didn’t take advantage, they have an indoor pool, exercise room and they even have a movie theater room! If we had more time we probably would take more advantage! We had a one minor hiccup but Kim King (the general manager) quickly resolved it! Definitely no hesitation to make sure all guests are well taken care of. The hotel is located downtown with any kind of fast food you could desire. There is also great shopping located nearby! I definitely recommend staying here and I will definitely be staying here again for our next trip! Thank you Kim and thank you Staybridge!
We stayed in this same Staybridge about a year ago and it was just as good as the first time. A couple of things were already starting to show their wear though. The bathroom had a loose tile (probably due to flooding as there was patch work on the ceiling) and the door to the bed room - the latching mechanism didn’t work right at the top of the door. A spring was sticking out...we removed it and it worked fine. Other than these little niggly things, the beds were comfortable, the showers hot and powerful and the breakfast delicious and filling. The front desk persons were friendly and helpful. Keeping this place in mind the time we visit Omaha.
The evening reception was a nice addition to the stay. Breakfast was nice as well with perfect coffee. Friendly staff as well. Traveling 3-4 night every week this was like being at home. The pool area and outside retreat were welcoming.
The Staybridge in Omaha is such a nice property. There is a full size kitchen, much like you’d find in a Residence Inn, and the living area is quite large. It’s on the west side of Omaha right near a lot of shopping. The washer and dryer are FREE! Easy check in and fast check out. The breakfast is free until 10:30am!!!! Great property!!!
Good location, 5 miles from downtown. Front staff very friendly and helpful. Good size rooms. Hotel overall good. Only concern is that Housekeeping is noisy. They slam doors and this goes on all the time. They are too loud. Front staff great. Full size kitchen in room.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Indoor pool
Located in Central Omaha within 2 miles (3 km) of University of Nebraska-Omaha, Staybridge Suites Omaha 80th And Dodge is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Westroads Mall. This 102-room, 3-star aparthotel welcomes guests with free breakfast, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast, served each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café, or mingle with other guests at the free manager's reception.
Each apartment is air-conditioned and features a kitchen and space to spread out with a living room. Guests can expect to find 32-inch an LCD TV with cable channels and a DVD player, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport premium bedding and pillow menus, and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a sofa bed, a coffee maker, and free weekday newspapers.
Guests of Staybridge Suites Omaha 80th And Dodge have access to an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking and a free area shuttle. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a 24-hour business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 227 reviews