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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Omaha
The room smelled funny. It might have had bedbugs, though it is possible I was bitten by something else. Mattress was new. There was a large hole in the bathroom door, and the tub plug apparatus was sitting on the side of the tub (no bath for you!). The clerk we saw when we checked in at 9 pm was still on duty when we checked out at 8 am.
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