The Omaha Area
Whatever your interest, Omaha has something unique to excite you, from historical attractions and museums to art, culture, dining and shopping. Our hotel puts you near it all in one of the city’s rapidly growing areas. We’re within walking distance or just a short drive away from lots of dining and a couple breweries, and close to shopping, casinos, stadiums, attractions and more.
Born of a small settlement on the western banks of the Missouri River, Omaha is now a beautiful shopping, dining and entertainment destination. It has new residential areas in the Northwest and West Central districts, but also features diverse historical locations with engaging modern culture. Downtown and the Old Market have restaurants, shops, bars and art galleries in a quaint old warehouse district. Central, alone, has three areas on the National Register of Historic Places, with beautiful old houses and a small shopping district. North Omaha is now the city’s education center and features pieces of history from Mormon pioneers to WWII military history, and South Omaha was the city’s ethnic area. Engaging and accessible, Omaha shouldn’t be missed.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Our friendly staff runs the front desk 24 hours a day, and they’ll answer any questions you have. Start every day with a free Bright Side Breakfast® and end your day with a great night's sleep on one of our pillow top mattresses. Whenever you want a break, rest easy in your room, with a single cup coffee maker, hairdryer, iron with ironing board. For easy entertainment, each room is also equipped with a Samsung flat-panel TV with 30 channels of HD programming, cable channels, easy-access Plug-and-Play, and high-speed Internet Access. Or take a dip in our seasonally open pool. Free parking is available.
This property does require a valid credit card at check-in.
Though it’s not a huge city, Omaha has lots of varied attractions. Girls and Boys Town is an inspirational historic landmark, the work of one catholic priest in an attempt to help at-risk kids. The Town and Father Flanagan’s tomb are still around, along with a museum to explain the touching story. The city has other museums, too, like the Strategic Air & Space Museum, Children’s Museum and Western Heritage Museum, as well as the excellent Henry Doorly Zoo. The Mormon Trail Center provides a fun taste of pioneer life, while Arbor Lodge State Historical Park shows the more refined side of the 19th century. Omaha also has multiple auditoriums, entertainment venues, and events centers.