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Where to Stay in Omaha

The majority of Omaha's hotels can be found along the majestic Missouri River. High-rise luxury hotels can be found on the west side of the river. Here, travelers have easy access to popular attractions including the city's scenic boardwalk and the 23-acre Lewis and Clark Landing. A number of discount hotels can be found on the west side of the river near many of the area's casinos. Those looking to patron Omaha's boutique shops and upscale restaurants can book reservations in the Old Market district. This historic neighborhood, located in the eastern part of downtown, is one of Omaha's most popular tourist attractions. During warmer months, Old Market becomes a bustling city center with street entertainers and a farmers market. Family vacationers may want to look for hotels in the Park East neighborhood. Located in the western part of downtown, Park East boasts the acclaimed Joslyn Art Museum as well as the Omaha Children's Museum, which features an array of interactive exhibits. One of the most popular attractions in all of Nebraska is the Henry Doorly Zoo, one of the most renowned zoos in the world. A number of family-friendly budget accommodations can be found near this expansive institution.

Omaha Hotel Tips

Omaha plays host to many festivals throughout the year. During some of the city's more popular festivals, hotels can fill up quickly, so it's best to make your reservations as far in advance as possible. One of the most popular celebrations is the Taste of Omaha festival, which is held every June. During this event, vacancies at the hotels along the riverfront and in the Old Market district become scarce. Other summer festivities that attract tourists include the Jazz on the Green music series and the Shakespeare on the Green play series.

Budget travelers should consider a trip to Omaha in the winter. Although temperatures can get pretty chilly, it's one of the best seasons to search for cheap flights to Omaha and hotel deals.  In addition, popular tourist attractions, such as museums, theaters and the zoo, are much less crowded than usual. The city also hosts an annual downtown holiday lights festival, which includes a fireworks display and ice skating.

Omaha Hotel Recommendations

Occupying a beautiful Italian-style building, the Omaha Magnolia Hotel is one of the most exclusive accommodations in the city. The lavish lobby is adorned with Roman columns, marbled floors and vaulted ceilings as well as modern furnishings. The hotel provides guests with easy access to such attractions as Old Market, the Qwest Center and the Orpheum Theater, home of Opera Omaha. Many guestrooms provide superb views of the city's skyline and are outfitted with swanky decor. The facility features a state-of-the-art fitness center, a complimentary breakfast buffet, an evening beer and wine reception and a nightly milk and cookie buffet.

For unique guestrooms, book reservations at the Cornerstone Mansion Inn. Located west of downtown across from the stunning Joslyn Castle, this bed and breakfast occupies a historic mansion known as the Offutt House, which dates back to 1894. The inn's seven rooms each sport private baths and unique decor. Four of the rooms are spacious suites. The Charles Suite is the B&B's premier room and features floor-to-ceiling mahogany walls, antique furniture, a decorative fireplace and a bath and shower. The romantic Fireside Room features a queen-size canopy bed, a working fireplace and an oversized tub. The inn serves a basic continental breakfast during the week and a gourmet breakfast on weekends.

Those looking to be close to the Qwest Center should search for vacancies at the Hilton Omaha. This four-star hotel is the only accommodation that connects to the facility's convention center and arena via a skybridge. The Hilton caters to both business travelers and pleasure seekers. A complimentary 24-hour business center is located onsite, and many of major corporate headquarters are based within close proximity of the hotel. Amenities include a fitness room and a swimming pool. Guestrooms features contemporary interiors and plush bedding. There is also a coffee and gift shop onsite as well as a full-service restaurant that serves a variety of all-American favorites.

Omaha Transportation

Omaha does not have a very expansive public transportation system. Instead, many travelers and local rely on cars. You can rent a car from one of the many national rental agencies with locations in Omaha. Navigating the city is easy thanks to its simple grid layout. There are also several freeways that pass through the city. Taxis are readily available at the airport and bus stations. You can also have your hotel call a cab to pick you up. The city of Omaha does operate a network of buses. The network consists of several dozen routes, including the Green Route, which circulates the downtown district.

 
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