Holiday Inn Express North Platte
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This hotel is listed as a Holiday Inn Express but it behaves like a regular Holiday Inn including a restaurant in the hotel. The rooms was as expected clean and comfortable. The good thing and the bad thing about Holiday Inns is that they are consistent and this hotel was no exception. We were given a voucher for breakfast at the hotel restaurant that more than covered what we ordered. I will stay here again.
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