We booked this hotel to basically just sleep in before catching an early morning flight. The hotel was basically what you would expect, basic, but meeting the needs that you booked it for. Check in was great. Great service, lobby was clean etc. when walking down the hall, there was a very strong ...
We've stayed at Regency Lodge before, but this time they get dinged by us. Somebody was having a bad day when they prepared the breakfast items. The eggs and hash browns were not acceptable to our taste buds. We ate breakfast elsewhere. This hotel, as well as others we've stayed at, have maintenance ...
If you're wanting to experience the old market all within walking distance, this is as good as it gets. Right across from an awesome I've cream store (Ted and walleys) and right across from a huge candy store (Hollywood candy). There's a brewery right across the street by the ice cream store and ...
Owner Allan & his wife are really great. Very good value and comfort. I'd stay any time.
All was well, and a good late dinner with the friendliest bartender in the Midwest.
Nice new Courtyard but room has the dumbest shower enclosure setup ever and water gets all over the floor plus funky water temp / pressure control Room light switches are a mess ..... electrician must have been drunk when he wired the room as one switch controlled all the lights and other switches didn’t do anything so couldn’t turn on one light with out all the lights
It was close to gas, restaurants, car wash, freeway. It was quiet and I was able to do my laundry. Other than the girl at the desk not being able to process my gift card (which I was able to use at the airport without any issues), my stay was great. The shower curtain should perhaps be longer as the water sprayed everywhere under the curtain and when I didn't have hand towels or a bath mat, I was able to get it from the front desk.
Thinking of visiting Omaha? With a range of unique attractions, including the world’s largest indoor desert and North America’s biggest indoor rainforest, it is a somewhat underrated city and well worthy of your next vacation. Whether it is a craft brewery tour, botanic gardens, old markets, or a variety of museums, there is certainly something for everyone to be had in this Nebraskan city.
If you want to be right in the action of the city and enjoy its lively bar and restaurant scene, there is nowhere better to stay than one of Downtown Omaha’s hotels. Enjoy the famous Old Market or explore one of the area’s many museums, such as the Durham Museum.
If you wish to be near museums and other urban attractions, check out Central Omaha’s hotels. This area is home to Omaha Children’s Museum, the Heartland of America Park with its amazing fountain and light show, and the Joslyn Art Museum. An alternative, somewhat quieter place to stay is Northwest Omaha, which is primarily the Benson neighborhood and home of the serene Benson Park. East Omaha hotels offer riverside views and a more spacious feel. The area houses the Mid-America Center, an arena and event complex, as well as the wonderful Henry Doorly Zoo.
A south-western suburb with lots of green space and recreation areas, hotels in Chalco are great options for those wishing to out of the city. There is no lack of restaurants and bars in this area, and plenty of attractions to keep visitors of all ages entertained. Nearby to Chalco lies Millard. It is a little closer to Omaha center, meaning that access to the city is slightly easier. Hotels in Millard enjoy the variety of attractions in the area, including Sky Zone Trampoline Park, which is great for kids, and Oak View Mall.
South Omaha is a cosmopolitan area, loved by the young and hip. With a mix of cultures and nationalities, you can enjoy food and culture from all corners of the world in this pocket of the city. South Omaha hotels are located near to all the chic restaurants and cafes of the region, as well as some of Omaha’s best attractions, such as Coco Key Water Resort.
With five 4 star hotels in Omaha, ranging from popular chains like the Hilton to independent companies, you will be able to enjoy luxuries at smaller prices within the city. Alternatively, Omaha is home to 34 three star hotels, meaning that budget travelers have access to creature comforts, including suites, complimentary breakfast, clean rooms, and pleasant facilities.
On the other hand, business travelers can choose from 112 business hotels. This is a huge variety at varying prices, starting at
Omaha is home to two airports. Eppley Field Airport can be found just three miles north east of downtown, and has flights to airports around the country, including to the hubs of Houston, Chicago, Miami, and Las Vegas. There are plenty of hotels near Eppley Field Airport to stay at before or after your flight.
A 54-mile drive away is Lincoln Airport, the second largest airport in Nebraska. It features connecting flights to Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, Atlanta, and other popular US locations. If you have an early flight departing Lincoln Airport, check out our variety of Lincoln Airport Hotels.