Omaha Trip Guide | Midwest Living

Omaha Trip Guide

Nebraska’s biggest city touts storied steaks, great music and impressive museums.

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Hotel Deco XV.
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Where to stay

Element Omaha Midtown Crossing Opened in November 2010, the Westin hotel is sleek, family-friendly, affordable, and not far from the zoo and shopping. From $109. (402) 614-8080; elementomaha.com

Hotel Deco XV The 89 rooms in this restored 1930s building blend Art Deco elements with sleek neoclassical touches in a silver, black and white palette. Located across from the Orpheum Theater, Hotel Deco XV has a retro-hip vibe. From $200. See reviews and ratings. (866) 475-3326; hoteldecoomaha.com

Magnolia Near the Old Market, the historical hotel’s lobby bar offers free milk and cookies at night. From $119. (888) 915-1110; magnoliahotelomaha.com

Regency Lodge A woodsy decorating theme, complete with great lobby fireplace, makes a nice alternative to the chains. Breakfast included. From $89. See reviews and ratings. (402) 397-8000; regencylodge.com

More information: Omaha Convention and Visitors Bureau  (866) 937-6624; visitomaha.com

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