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Hyatt Place Omaha Downtown Old Market in Omaha, NE

Hyatt Place Omaha Downtown Old Market in Omaha, NE

Specialties

Located in the heart of Omaha's Historic Old Market, the Hyatt Place Omaha Downtown is just steps away from restaurants and entertainment. This hotel is in close proximity to CenturyLink Convention Center, the Holland Performing Arts Center, as well as the Durham Museum. Make yourself at home in one of our 159 well-appointed rooms and enjoy our complimentary hot breakfast each morning. While in your room, take advantage of our 42 inch flat panel televisions and stay connected with free wifi.

History

Established in 2013.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 3.76

Address: 540 South 12Th St, Omaha, NE, 68102
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Comments (29):

1. Seth A.
Great place to stay in Omaha. They accommodated us for a day stay after driving all night with a toddler. Arrived just in time for free breakfast, which was better than most free breakfasts.
Everything was VERY clean and brand new. Nice finishes. Got a king sized bed, so the room had a couch and some extra room, which was nice to let our son run around in. Only downside was no bathtub in the king rooms, but no biggie.
Key fobs for everything made the whole facility seem very secure. $10 parking wasn't too bad.  
Great location, walked one block to good restaurants and shops. We'll definitely be coming back.

03/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Jerrold D.
I stayed here on business for the first time and the hotel, staff, and service were fantastic.  The rooms were very nice and brand new.  The exercise center was great and I was able to get in a nice run on the treadmill and lift some weights.  Note: the pool is very nice too, but too small to train in if you are a swimmer like me.  The breakfast was the best I've ever seen.  Everything was fresh and hot, nice variety, and coffee with to-go cups.   A great value for the money.  Additionally, the staff was very friendly and courteous and got me to the airport for my return flight.  I'll be back!

29/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Will H.
Great location in the old market but the hotel experienced was ruined because my room was not cleaned the last two days of my stay.

22/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. Madi L.
Amazing!! This hotel was a shinning light of relief. The lobby was amazingly clean and inviting. The staff was welcoming and friendly and helped us get a room for the night. To make things even more relaxing, the way all hotels should be, we were able to drive up to the level that our room was on instead of spending extra time in the elevators we were able to do directly to our room level and take our bags to our room. Every time we enter a Hyatt Place hotel room we fell like we are in a comfortable setting that relaxes away any traveling stress and allows us to enjoy our stay. If we could find a Hyatt Place in every town that we travel thru we would definitely stay there. To top everything the breakfast is one of the best hotel breakfasts we've had, everything tasted so fresh and the environment makes you feel like you are almost back in your own kitchen. Fresh and flavorful. If you are in the area, stay here, don't look anywhere else, stay here. It's an amazing hotel doing everything right.

08/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Jeremy H.
This is a new property and a value for the old market. Apparently the business travelers haven't found this place yet as strangely full of families and old people during the working week. Will be a great property down the road but the staff isn't well trained yet. Clean and nice rooms with lots of plugs.

29/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
6. Lisa W.
Nice hotel right in the heart of the Old Market.  Very good staff.  Check in was quick and efficient and we were even given a quick tour of the area where breakfast would be served, where the pool was, etc.  Great instructions for accessing and using the attached parking garage, which is only $10 per day regardless of how many times you leave.   Staff was very friendly every time we interacted with anyone.
We had a king room with a somewhat separate sitting area.  The room and bathroom were both fairly spacious and very clean.  Beds are comfortable but would have preferred firmer pillows.  Room contains a mini fridge.  We were there 2 nights and enjoyed our stay.

The only minor complaints we had were that the walls were pretty thin - you could very easily hear people in the hallways, doors slamming and even street traffic.  Also, the breakfast was not great if you don't eat bread as most of it consisted of breakfast sandwiches, cereal, French toast or pancakes, etc.   Housekeeping was not as timely as we would have liked but I think they're still working through some of that.  Overall, we liked the hotel and would definitely stay there again if we visit Omaha.

06/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Kris J.
Wonderful location in heart of Old Market, within stumbling distance to bars (cuz I try to avoid sobriety whenever I am in the Midwest). Good breakfast buffet and modern rooms. I hope I can avoid returning to Omaha for a few years, but this is a good place to crash when I am stuck there.

30/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Sarah T.
Really nice! The location is so convenient, great shuttle service. Nice, clean rooms. Gorgeous view! Hopping hotel lobby after the concert.

Hated the breakfast, though. They attempt to do a hot breakfast with cold, dry biscuits for biscuits and gravy & dried out egg muffin sandwiches.

Also, they could do a little work on sound proofing the guest rooms. We could hear doors banging and any hallway traffic.

09/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. George W.
This was a nice place to stay.  It was a little pricey (since we didn't have a car), but it's in a key spot in the middle of the Old Market area, which is great for walking.  We skipped the free breakfast which looked pretty good for a restaurant nearby, and then hit the farmers market on 11th, which was incredible.  

The bed was comfortable, the rooms are brand new, and everything looked great.  We did have something strange happen - there were two guests and a police officer in the hall at 2:00 am, and one of the guests was knocking (hard) on the door of the room across the hallway.  I'm not sure what was going on, but he was knocking hard enough to wake US up in the room next door, so either the guy in the room was passed out or dead.  Take your pick.

Our room had a view of the east side, so we could see the Old Market and into Council Bluffs.

That was the only glitch - I found the staff to be pleasant and attentive.

08/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Adrian B.
A mixed bag unfortunately.  The place is brand new and lovely looking.  Parking is pretty fair for $10 considering location.  The room was not as quiet as we expected, doors constantly banging and we could hear feet moving above us.  But the bed was very comfortable and the blackout blinds were a nice touch.  Lots of channels on the 42 inch LG TV was a bonus but the room felt cold and drafty even after turning the temperature up 2 times.  

The biggest letdown in the room was the lack of a bath and the fact the shower had no water pressure and dangerous fluctuating temperatures that scolded my wife.  I then took a shower and the temperature kept fluctuating dangerously both in the evening and next morning.  I would not let my little son use the shower.  I talked to the manager and he explained the city of Omaha was refusing the update the water supply to the hotel and they have had many complaints about it.  They are stuck in a battle with the city.  Great, I guess watch this space...

We stayed on a very busy Saturday night so Sunday breakfast was busy but they should have been prepared as they know how many guests are staying.  There was no food left at all at 9:15am with a huge line of angry people.  I spoke to the manager as no staff where to be found.  He said they were trying to keep up.  We just gave up and left with just a cup of juice.  Also every time you use the elevators you have to swipe your key card, it got annoying as it only worked on the way up.  On the way down you could access any levels so made this 'security feature' futile and tiresome.    

The location is great, the staff were pleasant.  But if I can't sleep because of noise, eat my complimentary breakfast, or take a shower comfortably I probably won't stay again.  Shame as we were excited to attend this new hotel.

26/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
11. Chad J.
We stayed here one night on our road trip from Colorado to Iowa. This is a great location in Old Market with lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance. They also have a shuttle that will take you anywhere within a 5 mile radius upon request. The 2-queen room was nice and had a couch area. No problems with hot water in our room like some other reviewers have posted. The breakfast was decent with hot English muffin breakfast sandwiches and the usual other goodies. The parking garage is $10 per night. Wi-Fi is good but it's not password protected which I don't like.

11/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Ida A.
My first time to Omaha. I accompanied my boyfriend and his family in a business trip to Omaha and the company that invited us put us up in this hotel. Upon arrival I was impressed. Clean and new hotel. Good. Thank god. I wasn't sure what I was getting myself into but as long as the hotel was clean then I should be ok.

I understand that I am in Omaha, Nebraska but after traveling city to city you learn to give the benefit of the doubt. Upon arrival to the airport we called the hotel to have to shuttle come get us. They said it would take 20 minutes which is completely fine but ended up taking about 45-50 minutes. I would have rather just taken a cab and paid the fee. Anyhow, we arrived and were greeted and given our rooms very quickly and efficiently. The room was great. King size bed, nice 'L' shape couch, big tv and clean bathroom.

I called downstairs to ask if they had a salon in the hotel but they didn't. Let me add that the first couple times I called it kept ringing and ringing so I had to call back a few times before I got someone on the phone. I also asked if they had a spa so I can get a massage but they didn't. Ok. No big deal on that I guess.

Anyways, despite the hotel being newer and clean there really wasn't much to it at all. My boyfriend and I ran out of shampoo that they gave us so I was in the shower and asked my boyfriend to call downstairs to request them to send some up. After being in the shower for 10-15 minutes I got tired of waiting. After I got out I called them to see what their ETA was and no answer. 15 minutes later they showed so it took about 30 minutes for shampoo. That was kinda annoying.

One really weird thing was that they don't have room service. They had food you can order downstairs then take up. We got back to the hotel one night and we were starving. All we wanted was to order food and eat it in our room. Since there was no room service we ordered downstairs. The. Front desk guy was the same guy that went to the back and made our food. For 5 items it took almost 1 hour. I ordered the monticristo, chili nachos, 2 turkey paninis and an Italian pizza. Wow. Horrible. Absolutely inedible. I really hate to bash them like that but the nachos chili was definitely out of a can, the pizza was a frozen pizza which would be ok but i specifically asked if the pizzas are frozen and he said no and that they were made to order. No way. The monticristo was just weird. Not familiar with this type of sandwich but it was on French toast. I have to say that my boyfriends dad ordered a turkey club panini and thought it was good.

Overall: I understand that maybe not all hotels have room service or special amenities BUT to me the best part of being in a hotel is being able to have those options. The shuttle driver was very nice and accommodating, his name is Jared. Other than that I think this is the nicest hotel in that area but don't expect anything over the top.

10/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
13. Cliff D.
What a jewel.  Great location that let us park the car all weekend.  My wife and I spent the weekend here recently (3/14-3/16) and had a wonderful time.  

Breakfast was more than we expected, and hotel staff were terrific.

Pool was nice, but a little on the chilly side.

Can't beat a half block to the shops and restaurants of the old Market area...it was very nice.

16/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Jacob H.
Great location! Great staff! Never been happier with Omaha! Only place on earth were one, solitary, person will pick you up from the airport/bring you back to the hotel/check you into your room/ make you a pizza or a burger/ check you out the next morning/ make you coffee, and drive you back to the airport. Not to mention, rooms are very affordable!! We will see you soon Omaha Hyatt!

09/05/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
15. Missy K.
We spent two nights here with our 8-year-old son for a holiday weekend getaway.

The good:
* Staff was super friendly and helpful. My son went down to the lobby by himself with $2 to buy a juice. It was actually more than $2, but they let him have it anyway, which I thought was a sweet small-townish touch. Our room didn't have a hair dryer, and the staff person hustled right away to get us one.
* Room decor was nice, modern, and clean with a separate couch area. Lots of outlets. Mini fridge. Hot shower.
* Location was neat. Walking distance to old market restaurants and shops. Candy shop and ice cream shop right across the street made for fun family excursions.
* Very easy drive to the zoo.
* Nice gym with new equipment.

The bad:
* We chose the hotel in part because they had a pool. But it was SO COLD to the point of being unusable. Ridiculous for winter in the Midwest. My husband and son used it once but not for long. I couldn't bear to get in it.
* The free breakfast was pretty gross. Eight-year-old liked all of the sugar and carbs okay. Hubby and I couldn't choke down the rubbery, tateless re-heated egg sandwiches.
* At night it was SO LOUD. We were woken up at 2 a.m. both nights by multiple groups of after-bar partiers.

If I was looking for a place to party with girlfriends I might stay here, but for a family getaway, I won't be back.

01/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
16. Me O.
I stay at Hyatts a lot, and I usually know what to expect. Since this hotel is new, I was excited to see what Omaha  drummed up. My mom is local, and I was in from out of town; we took a spin for the night and decided to stay in the old market for fun.  We chose the Hyatt because I figured it would be a bit luxe. WRONG.!

The lobby and check-in experience were strange. The lady behind the counter was blabbing and blabbing to a co-worker, while we stood there for about 4 minutes.  She was literally just standing there, looking sideways at us, talking about the latest murder on tv.  I was thinking not only is this  lazy, but gawd, don't talk about negative news to people who are here on vacation!

Miss Murder finally punches a few keys and we are checked in. As we walk to the room I notice the lobby is quite bland, very fake modern with zero charm. No fireplace, no books, nothing to do but sit and eat yucky food from their fake bakery case.  There is no focal point in any of the rooms, so your eye floats. It feels cold.

Our room was nice enuf. L shaped couch and comfy bed. BUT HERE IS THE KICKER: there is a light and motion sensor that is on the wall that determines if your lights stay on or off. That is, you turn them on, and then 3 minutes later, they flick off!  I have been to many hotels that also have these installed, and it's usually determined with a room key in the holder near the door, not a Home Depot sensor near the couch! They have had the sensors in Europe for a decade or more, and they always work fine.  

I called down to the front desk and told them the issue, and they fought with me!
Ms. Murder said the lights are on sensor, but turn off every TEN minutes. SO THIS WAS OK WITH HER, TEN MINUTES. THREE MINUTES, TEN MINUTES, IT ALL SUCKED. Then I was supposed to jump up off the reading couch and wave my hands and they would turn back on. I TELL MS. MURDER, AGAIN, ITS EVERY FEW MINUTES, NOT TEN. After numerous phone calls to her, she said ok, she believed me. But that no one could fix it for three days, as the weekend was coming and the electrician was in charge of the sensors.  I can't tell you how ridiculous this was. Very off putting and annoying. I crawled up to the sensor and tried to rig it and cover it up, but nothing worked, just click click every few minutes.

They did not handle this well, nor did they try to make it up to me. If you had to work in the room, and needed the reading light on all the time, it was a useless room for your needs.

SO IN THE MORNING, WEARY FROM THE LIGHTENING FLICKERS, we headed down to breakfast. The breakie was blah. No bananas, and lots of fake sticky buns. I think there was fake egg mcmuffin, but I don't eat that stuff. It was what they may call FAKE HEARTY FARE. I just see cheap tasteless stuff. Oh but they did have the sugary yogurt, so that was nice. No GREEK, But the fake YOPLAIT WILL DO IN A PINCH.

Won't be back. Gym as small, no wipes there, so germs and sticky. This hotel and the service is just odd and misses the mark on too many levels. Flipping annoying.

02/07/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
17. Korrie H.
I've stayed with many Hyatts in my career and this is by far one of the best. They offer  overnight parking for only $10 and it's in the attached parking garage. Hint, no scrapping ice or snow off your car in the winter time. So you can park your car for the night and walk or take their complimentary shuttle to anywhere downtown.

If you don't want to or simply cannot venture out they have a bistro and full bar. The bistro offers soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches and lots of fresh baked goods like grandma used to make.

For me, what set the Hyatt place apart from the other hotels were the towels. OMG talk about soft and fluffy! I was seriously impressed with the towels. The other fabulous thing they have are the black out blinds. Did I mention they are remote control operated.

The rooms are very spacious, clean and very quiet. They definitely did things right when they built this hotel.

A big shout out to Yasmen (not sure on spelling), I believe she is the assistant general manager here. She went out of her way to ask about our stay and if there was anything she could do to make it better.

They also offer breakfast. They don't do the run of the mill hotel breakfasts, they kicked it up a knock, or ten. Featuring fresh  baked croissant sandwiches with a poached egg usually with a tomato or some mushrooms, they change it daily. They also have waffles, a wide selection of toast, bagels and pastries.

Overall, I believe that the Hyatt Place has raised the bar for the downtown Omaha hotels.

13/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Halie B.
Room was freezing at night, no jacuzzi, and terrible breakfast. There was friendly staff, the exercise room was amazing, view was pretty, and location is amazing.

20/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
19. Barb L.
Updating as we have now stayed here a second time and had pretty much the same experience as the first. Consistency is a great in a hotel so I wanted to let everyone know we are finding that here.

24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. Mike S.
What a great location. This is the first Hyatt I have been to. In a town where Hilton has the whole gamut of properties, this is a welcome change. Interesting breakfast options, French toast, sometimes eggs w/mix ins, English muffin sandwiches and your standard free breakfast stuff. Tons of satellite channels on the 42" TV. A cozy corner and luxurious bed. How could you not have a great night's rest. The staff is younger than expected, but very knowledgeable about their city. A free shuttle and covered parking. Just 10 bucks for parking and you get in and out privs all day long. Free street parking after 5 and on weekends if you can find it. The heated pool is amazing, there is no chlorine smell to it

27/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Kyle C.
Beautiful hotel in a beautiful location. Located right in Old Town, this Hyatt Place was really clean and all the staff very friendly. The parking garage is connected and connects to the hotel which was great. I would highly recommend this hotel when staying in Omaha.

13/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Mai L.
I spent a whopping 7 nights and 8 days here by myself during a business trip. This is the longest ever I've had to stay at a hotel so I wanted to choose something nice and comfy.

I had problems finding the elevator in the parking garage so I went through the stairs and as I got to the first floor, the door required a key. Thankfully someone walked behind me to let me in. That's about the only issue and it's not even a biggie.

I got 7 free drink cards for company stay and those came in handy every night! Loved them. The staff was very friendly. My room was nice and clean. The food in hotel wasn't too bad. I had both the artichoke chicken and BBQ chicken flatbreads. Overall great experience. I would choose this place for pleasure or work.

28/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
23. Melissa M.
It really doesn't get any better than this little place nestled in the Old Market of Omaha. I enjoyed every second of our stay here - from our warm welcome to the unbelievably well-stocked, well-designed studio room we got, and our breakfast the next morning.

The staff was ridiculously nice, parking was easy, and I could not have been more comfortable in our room. I could not believe that we got free shuttle service down to the market area for dinner, and then 5 minutes after we called the hotel to say we were ready to come back, were greeted by the same friendly face.

Note: you could easily bring your own groceries back to the room and make a very nice meal for you and a partner, as this room has literally everything you would need!

Such a great find in Omaha. Reasonable rates, impeccably clean, and great location. If I'm ever back, you'll find me here.

19/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. Julie W.
My husband and I reserved a room here knowing we'd be drinking all day/night in the Old Market and didn't want to worry about getting home.  HOWEVER, when we went to check in around 10:30 p.m. they were oversold and didn't have a room for us.  To top it off they lost our bag which we had left with them when we tried to check in earlier (but couldn't because we arrived too early).  They had to watch security footage to figure out what the employee earlier in the day had done with the bag.  Apparently they have multiple places within the hotel where they store bags and have no way of figuring out where they are.  Sat in the lobby for over an hour waiting for our bag to be found.  Oh well, knowing we had to drive home I guess we had time to sober up.  So much for trying to be responsible.  

Points to remember:  
1.  Be sure to check in early so your room is not given up.
2.  Do not leave your bag with the front desk.

15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
25. Will S.
Wow, you couldn't have  built a hotel in Omaha in a location any more prime than this. Hyatt Place in the Old Market is just a short walk away from all the best downtown attractions. If you need to venture a little bit further -- the CenturyLink Center, zoo, Council Bluffs casinos and beyond -- there is a complimentary shuttle that will transport you to and from your destination.

The hotel itself is brand new with comfortable and modern rooms complete with large HD TVs, super-comfortable beds (we had a king suite) and nice little gray couch that hides a pull out beds for those times when you and your mates are looking for a crash pad more than a luxurious hotel room. Plus the views of the Old Market and downtown Omaha are hard to beat.

There's continental breakfast in the mornings that has plenty of fresh fruit and hot food in addition to bagels, cereal, etc. Plus, there's a 24/7 kitchen just in case you need a late night snack after a night of living it up in the Old Market. And let's not forget the ground floor swimming pool and gym -- always nice to get a bit of exercise in on the road (or in our case a stay-cation).

The only downfall I found is the fact that the streets below can get quite noisy, especially on late night on weekends when the Old Market is overflowing with young party-goers.

Pro-tip: Opt for the $10 overnight parking. Better than living your car out on the streets and risking a $16 ticket from the city for an expired meter.

22/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Leslie C.
I stayed here on business this past week,and for the most part, my stay was terrific, and the hotel exceeded my expectations.  There were a few minor speed bumps, but I also realize this is a newish property,and some things are out of their control.  So, overal, this really is a property worth staying at!

THE AWESOME:
- Free shuttle from Eppley Airfield, and it's air conditioned, clean, and prompt!  Friendly drivers on both legs of the trip.  
- Free hot and cold breakfast buffet.  There's really something for everyone there.  I try to stay away from cereal, and I'm not a fan of eggs, but even I had plenty of options with fresh fruit, oatmeal, waffles and French toast.
- The rooms are huge and amazing!  I had plenty of space to work with the L-shaped couch.  I didn't even need the desk at all.  And it was nice to not have to navigate around a cramped room.  This was excellent planning and design on Hyatt's part.  And, they added extra touches like a throw blanket for the couch, plenty of outlets and extra lighting, and more towels than one person could ever need.  These are the touches which make Hyatt one of my preferred brands.
- The bed was perfect!  Soft pillows but a firm mattress.  Loved this.  
- I had a view of the ConAgra fountain from the 10th floor.  Awesome!
- The lounge area is perfect for corporate travel:  plenty of outlets for laptops, etc.  configurable seating for large groups, and plenty of snack/drink options.

THE NOT SO AWESOME:
- No drink tickets at check in.  No drink tickets for my Platinum member traveling companion, either.  Or my boss.  But, one other member of our group got two, and another who showed up later in the evening got about 20.  Those of us who received no tickets questioned AJ the manager and were told there was nothing on our reservation noting we were to get tickets.  Not a huge deal but weird.
-  The gallery pickup for food doesn't work for me.  I love the menu, but when it's the end of a long day with a customer, I'd like to just eat in my room.  Execution with pickup was poor; I tried it one afternoon just for chips and salsa,food was delayed because AJ (again) had forgotten to put my order in.  So, I stood around an additional ten minutes waiting for what appeared to be Tostitos salsa and Queso and tortilla chip CRUMBS - which I then had the privilege of carrying through a busy lobby and up the elevator.  I skipped this amenity the rest of the trip.  
- this was just weird, and again involved AJ.  When I picked up my chips and salsa, he told me I couldn't charge my order to my room because he was training a new hire.  I had to use my credit card or pay cash.  Uh, I'm traveling for business, and I've never been told I couldn't charge to the room.  Why?
- And another involving AJ:  a teammate needed photocopies, three copies of a 20 page document.  My teammate asked the girl at the front desk for assistance.  AJ swooped in and informed him he could have TWO copies only.  Hotel policy. Huh?  
- The music played in the lobby ranged from coffeehouse acoustic to creepy new age/jazz.  It got annoying after the third day.  I wish they could shake it up a little.

Overall, this hotel is terrific for business travelers - great location, comfortable rooms, nice lounge area.  The issues I did encounter are service-related and wouldn't prevent me from staying again, though I will be contacting the hotel to discuss and am hopeful they'll review their policies and management training.

04/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
27. Lilian W.
UPDATE: new room's heating doesn't work. Looks like I'll be moving to my 3rd room tonight.

UPDATE: Just tried to shower and it isn't working. I called front desk and they sent someone who first seemed to think the shower was behind my door, and then spent the 5minutes asking me how things work ("so this just turns it on?").

Will update after my stay but so far - undrstaffed (and staff is kind of rude as a result) and THIS PLACE DOES NOT HAVE A JACUZZI, despite what it says on the website.

08/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
28. Thomas D.
I'm a big fan of Hyatt Place Omaha Old Market. The location couldn't be better. It's fresh and clean and well appointed. The breakfast is free and slightly better than most. Just the right amount of services, the Gym is a step above your normal.

I think Hyatt really hit the mark. The fact there's s big tv and a nice couch makes a big difference. Sitting on the bed gets old.  Top of the food Chain for national brand Business hotels.

13/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
29. Wesley E.
The location is great, just across the street from a wide selection of bars, restaurants and night spots.

There is no hot tub, but the pool is a decent size which is rare for most downtown hotels. The rooms have a nice, clean and modern look with a lot of frosted glass .... The mirrors in the bathroom go down to your knees ... Even over the toilet, which you wouldn't think anything of .... Unless you happen to be a guy and use the restroom .... It's an angle that you don't often see .... Nor do you really want to .....

The parking ramp is a pretty tight fit, so I wouldn't want to bring a large truck upon arrival, but it does provide ample space which is always good at a downtown hotel.

All in all, it's a good option for a business trip or a weekend getaway.

20/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0