Hotels in Omaha start at $59 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
“Somebody is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” Those sage words come from one of the world’s richest people, Warren Buffett. Like him, you understand that what you do today can have a significant impact later in life. You worked hard and squirrelled away extra nickels and dimes, leaving you with the means to see the world on your terms. You seek out destinations that others may not, knowing that you don’t vacation for status, you vacation for you. Mr. Buffett also suggests that “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing.” Well, wise wanderer, you know exactly what you are doing, and that is why you are traveling to Omaha. Just like the tree analogy, downtown is experiencing a period of enjoyable, welcomed shade. A revitalization project in the Old Market neighborhood has transformed a once dilapidated district into a dynamic area with new luxurious Omaha hotels, independently owned shops, and inventive restaurants. You aim to experience the comfortable “shade” along the cobblestone streets of and elsewhere throughout the Gateway to the West.
When you are thinking about where to stay in Omaha, you can’t go wrong with downtown. Not only are some of the most impressive Omaha lodging options found downtown, you’ll also be surrounded by great neighborhoods like Old Market, close to well-maintained outdoor areas like the Heartland of America Park, and a short walk to the attractions along the Missouri riverfront. Here are some of our favorite hotels in downtown Omaha:
Warren Buffett also wisely asserted that “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” When you use Travelocity to book your vacation, you’re sure to find a great value for a low price. Choose from a wide selection of rooms that includes cheap hotels near Omaha, upscale accommodations near Old Market, and luxurious resorts around downtown. You probably won’t save enough to become the richest person in the world, but you can shop like one of them.