Whether you will be traveling for business, planning a family vacation in Omaha, or attending the College Baseball World Series, finding the right hotel is an important component of your travel plans. Here are some of our favorite hotels in Omaha:
- Regency Lodge – Set west of downtown, yet still very close to all area attractions, the Regency is a true rustic lodge disguised as a full-featured resort. The stone and wood décor are reminiscent of a craftsman cabin, but the amenities are those of an upscale hotel. Play 18 holes on the property’s golf course, unwind with a session in the sauna or Jacuzzi, then curl up with a book from the on-site library.
- Sheraton Omaha Hotel – Minutes from Omaha’s premier attractions like the Henry Doorly Zoo, CenturyLink Convention Center, and Old Market, the Sheraton makes a great home base for exploring the area. With 10,000 newly redesigned square feet of meeting space, the Sheraton is a superb venue for your business event, and the well-appointed guestrooms are the perfect retreat after a long day seeing the sights or sealing the deals.
- Magnolia Hotel Omaha – Built in 1923 to serve as a court building, the historic property is now home to one of Omaha’s finest boutique hotels. The landmark Magnolia pampers its guests in upscale opulence in a distinguished, refined setting. With all of downtown at your doorstep, you are free to roam the city before returning for an award-winning dinner at The Lounge restaurant.
- Hilton Omaha – Just across the street from the CentryLink Convention Center, and a short saunter from Lewis and Clark Landing and the Old Market, the Hilton is close to all of Omaha’s action. Fuel up to start your day with breakfast at the Liberty Tavern Restaurant, go discover some of Omaha’s hidden gems, then end your day with a rejuvenating night’s sleep in your stylish, oversized guest suite.
Gateway to Midwestern Adventure
Once you’ve arrived for your vacation in Omaha, rent a car and take a day trip to Ponca State Park. The wise wanderer in you will be thankful. Channel your inner explorer as you follow the route of Lewis and Clark along a rare, untamed stretch of the Missouri River. You may even catch a glimpse of wild turkeys or elk from your kayak or horse. Do you prefer manmade wonders? Omaha has plenty of offerings for you. View masterpieces at the Joslyn Art Museum, including an 8-foot-tall rainbow sculpture by famed glass artist Dale Chihuly, as well as works by Monet and Pollack. No trip to Omaha would be complete without a pit-stop at Homy Inn for a flute of champagne or a wineglass of sangria—both remarkably served on tap.
From trains to anime to chocolate, Omaha is a popular destination for conferences and events of all types. In the summer, the festival scene explodes with local flavor. Attend the Nebraska Balloon and Wine Festival for tantalizing Midwest barbecue, original folk art, and delicious local vino. In the fall, the festivities continue with open-air markets, corn mazes, and pumpkin-related contests from carving to pie eating. And around the holidays, visit Lauritzen Gardens for a poinsettia extravaganza. No matter when you travel, your Omaha vacation is destined for success.
Discover the River City
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Accommodation in Omaha
Travelocity's bookings page has 121 Omaha lodgings for you to look through when planning your next trip to this well-loved city.
Do you have a taste for luxury and style? Hotel Deco XV and Embassy Suites Omaha - Downtown/Old Market will be right up your alley. On the other hand, the Residence Inn by Marriott Omaha Downtown/Old Market Area or the Courtyard by Marriott Omaha Downtown will provide you with sensible comfort at an economical price.