Hilton Omaha

Address: 1001 Cass Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68102, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 1001 Cass Street, Omaha, is near Gene Leahy Mall, Film Streams, Civic Auditorium, and Union Pacific Railroad Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Omaha

    Great Hotel

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    Excellent hotel adjacent to convention center. Great gym with men's sauna. Exceptional buffet breakfast. Starbucks on site.

    BEST hotel EVER!

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    This hotel is AWESOME! I would HIGHLY recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great stay in a hotel. The staff is great and the rooms are the best!!!!! BEAUTIFUL and CLEAN!!

    Loved the Hilton!!!

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    If you are looking to stay at a hotel that is beautiful, comfotable and has a great location then stay at the Hilton in Omaha. The decor is amazing and so are the beds. The staff was very polite and helpful. The only meal we had there was breakfast and the buffet was very good. Went to dinner at Rick's Cafe Boatyard behind the Qwest Center (within walking distance from the hotel) and the service could of been better but everything else was great! The next trip I plan to Omaha will include the Hilton and Rick's.

    Beautiful hotel

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    We spent two nights here this past weekend (July 23 and 24). The hotel just opened April 1st. It is a beautiful hotel!! It was a very nice change after staying at the "historic" Sheraton Omaha the night before and having to deal with the Sheraton's cracked walls and musty smell.

    The room was lovely and very clean. Bed was comfy. The restaurant was very good. Our rate included the breakfast buffet, which was wonderful. If we had paid for breakfast, the menu price was not terribly high from what I remember, unlike the Sheraton which charged $11 per person for what they called a "buffet." The lunch menu was limited, but prices were reasonable. Dinner appeared to be more expensive, although we did not eat dinner in the hotel restaurant. The hotel is directly across the street from the Qwest Center, which was very convenient because we only had a short walk to the George Strait concert. Would definitely stay here again!!

    The only drawback is distance from the Old Market area...it is a good walk (6-8 blocks) to get to the Old Market. Some other hotels are closer.

    What a place!

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    The bed, the pillows, the mattress pads - like sleeping in heaven. The facility is great. The shuttle drivers are very flexible.

    Yes, the staff (some) are a little pretentious, but the can afford it for the end product.

    BEAUTIFUL! Am I in Omaha?

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    Hotwire does it again! When one plays the Hotwire game, one takes a certain amount of risk.........this time, we drew a Royal Flush! A quick week-end trip to Omaha was in our calendar, and it didn't really matter much where we stayed - so, just for kicks, we did the Hotwire routine and ended up at the gorgeous new Omaha Hilton. From arrival to departure, we were treated as though we were paying rack rates - and we enjoyed every minute of our stay.

    Public areas of the hotel are warm and inviting, featuring a striking collection of modern art and glasswork. Rooms are beautiful as well - comfortable, functional and elegant. Best of all, the staff in every respect were professional, friendly and accommodating.

    We have a new favorite place in Omaha - and while it would be nice to get the Hotwire rate all the time, we won't mind paying more to have this kind of experience!

    Pampered in Every Way

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    We stayed on the Executive floor, and the lounge was well-maintained by attentive and courteous staff members. Our room was spacious. Having a leather desk chair was a nice distinction--as it offered more comfort than the stiff, fabricated kind that hotels customarily use. The bedding was clean and comfortable, with the exception of the feather comforter which was quite a nuisance, as some of the filling often escaped--aggravating our sinuses. Housekeeping staff were efficient and cordial. The indoor pool and the enclosed area were well-ventilated and kept at comfortable temperatures. We (especially my daughter) enjoyed the quality food and service we received through both dining in at the hotel restaurant and through room service. We will be returning to Omaha soon and have already made reservations to stay here again!

    Could not have been much better

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    Stayed here during the College World Series. Very nice rooms with perfect beds and pillows. Staff was excellent from the front desk, to the executive concierge, to the waitstaff and management. Great location next to the arena and a few blocks to the old market - we even got a carriage driver to take us back to the hotel! I would stay here again and recommend this hotel to friends.

    Nice bedding!

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    This newly opened hotel looks great. The rooms are beautiful and the bedding was fantastic! The best I've ever experienced in the Hilton chain. However the front desk gave conflicting answers re: an inquiry and seemed clueless. I can understand that because the hotel is only 2 months old. There are some things that can't be overcome however. The only way to get to the pool is through a narrow hall by which you have to pass right in front of the front desk to enter and the fact that you must go outside to get to the parking garage as there is no way to access it from inside the building even though it's attached to the building. Poor design. Old Market is 4-5 blocks away.

    Liked the Hilton Garden much better...

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    Overpriced for what you actually get, numerous extra charges, pretentious staff. Go to the Hilton Garden Inn two blocks away, much better deal, and a lot more fun too.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Omaha

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Omaha

    Back home

    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Mar 06, 2015

    They say you go into post-vacay blues but this is not true for us! We are quite happy.
    I very much enjoyed going to a new place (Chile) and going back after 5 years Argentina & Uruguay.
    I feel a sense of relief. I longed to go back as soon as the last trip ended. But now I do not feel that anymore.
    Unfortunately Nick has a bit of a cold. He had one when we left and now when we got back. Poor thing. I really hope I'm not next.

    I feel very ...

    Driving, Day One!

    A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on Mar 05, 2015

    ... which is like a little tram that takes you up to a big hill overlooking the city. I felt a little wistful leaving but knew there were bigger and better things waiting for me.

    Iowa was really quite boring. There were hills here and there which helped break the monotony but it was just truck after RV after truck after car after truck. Luckily, Tim had suggested (reminded me, actually) to download S.E.R.I.A.L. podcast from NPR. I downloaded the ...

    Not a good start

    A travel blog entry by jessi330 on Feb 15, 2015

    ... big problem - there were no seats next to each other for the 9.5 hour flight. The ones available were for purchase - $118 dollars a piece. I almost broke down in tears.
    I spent so much time researching flights to save 200 just to have it go to waste on seating.

    I debated that perhaps some people would let us change seats. I implored Nick to call the customer service. He got an automaton who ...

    Bye, Bye to the two "I"s

    A travel blog entry by neilcard1 on Dec 21, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Another day of good weather, 691 kms covered and two more states, Illinois and Iowa, are behind us.


    The boys are really taking to this travelling lifestyle.

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    The Great Westward Migration

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Jun 28, 2014

    16 photos

    ... the border into Canada as the view of the falls from the USA side is only half as good. I was wondering if the falls would impress having gawked at so many impressive sights over the last few months and dreading wading into another tourist circus. Happily, aside from the $20 parking, the city was no more imposing than Rotorua and the falls were pretty cool. Paid for a boat ride to the bottom of the falls then slipped out of town on the interstate through Canada for another ...