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La Quinta Inn Omaha Southwest in Omaha, NE

La Quinta Inn Omaha Southwest in Omaha, NE

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Now offering FREE High-Speed Internet Access in ALL rooms. NEW! Flat-panel TVs.  Located seven miles from Girls & Boys Town, we welcome you to the La Quinta Inn-Omaha Southwest. We are near shopping at Oakview, Crossroads and Westroads Malls and such attractions as the Henry Doorly Zoo. In just a short drive, reach Qwest Center, Mid-America Center and Rosenblatt Stadium (home of the College World Series). Reach Creighton University and the University of Nebraska-Omaha in about fifteen minutes.

 

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Rating: 2.67

Address: 10760 M St, Omaha, NE, 68127
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Comments (12):

1. Mac M.
This hotel really does need some updating but its good value for the money!  Matt was really great and helpful, as was Kenyatta!  The King bed room was VERY clean and large!  It had a fridge and microwave!  Bed was very comfortable. The do have 32" HD flat screen TV.  Unfortunate, it is only 30 channels of HD content and not the best!  Its also satellite and it went out several times during our week long stay!  One time for well over 2 hours...at night!!  I must admit the WI-FI was 'really' slow, but it was nice to have it!  I was told they WILL be upgrading to cable in the coming months!  Housekeeping team was really efficient and very friendly.  The free breakfast was a real bummer.  It wasn't well stocked or kept stocked.  They always ran out of creamer for the coffee. I wasn't the only one disappointed, other guest were grumbling, too.  On the downside the Manager was very unfriendly and she needs an attitude check!  I'd really highly recommend this hotel.

14/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Helen D.
We stayed here to attend the 2010 Berkshire Hathaway meeting.
I would have rather given it NO STARS if Yelp would let me! This is one of the worst hotels I stayed in! We were given a SMOKING ROOM b/c "allegedly" no others were available. I kept trying to act like it wasn't "too smelly" but it WAS.  When I got home I had to wash ALL of my clothes - even ones I hadn't worn b/c they smelled like smoke.
Burn holes in the covers, stains on the floor. The rooms are over due for renovation. They id have wi-fi so that was a bonus & free "breakfast" too - can't go too wrong with toast......
We will NOT be staying here again.

06/05/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. David S.
Eesh...it gets the one star for having wi-fi.  After that it's no stars.  I don't care that it's inexpensive and allows my 70 lb. dog.  Nobody was at the front desk for 25 minutes, so we had to sit around and wait.  The entire place reeks of cigarettes and when we got into our room it mixed the cigarette odor with dog odor.  The carpet is covered with pet stains. My wife and I didn't want to take off our shoes. The place is just gross.

30/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
4. Margaret N.
Owner obviously wants to make $ without and updates or deep cleaning.  Rooms are musty. Bathroom pretty groddy. No elevator for 2nd floor room. Really?   Village inn is nearby which helped ease the pain but we won't be back

09/07/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Andrea M.
This was a quick stop for me and my dog on the travel coast to coast. Loved that there is no pet fee! First time ever!!  The bed was very comfortable, no smell of smoke or pet in my room. Hot shower and hot breakfast starting at 6 am made for an easy early start.  I was towing a small uhaul and there was plenty of parking! Thanks for a good night sleep and a hot shower!!

15/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Renee Q.
Pretty standard for a la quinta.
Had my two dogs with me.
Room was clean
Great parking.
Its a high traffic location but easily spotted.

28/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Ashley C.
This was one of the many La Quintas we stayed at during our double cross country drive this spring. While it wasn't the worst hotel of the lot (that honor goes to a couple in the southwest), the experience itself was rather shady.

We booked our usual King bed and sofa room and, though it was a bit dated looking, the room itself wasn't too bad. This hotel doesn't have an elevator, but our room was at the top of the main staircase, so it wasn't much of a trek. We arrived in the early evening and after schlepping our bags, dinner, dog and child into the room, I went down the hall to the vending area to grab a soda. This area was located next to a stairwell and I am 98.5% sure I overheard a drug deal going down on the next landing.

Despite this charming encounter, we slept fine. We woke up early the next morning and the humans went downstairs to grab breakfast. When we returned to the room our key card no longer worked. I spoke with the front desk clerk and was given a new key card - this one didn't work either. He came upstairs with the master key, which STILL didn't work. The clerk offered to give us a new room to eat our breakfast in, but we were rather concerned about our poor pup being stuck in the room since he hadn't had his morning potty break yet. While we were waiting on the sofa by the front desk (and trying to keep our toddler happy) we overheard another employee being apprised of the situation, to which he replied, "Oh, room 125 again?!" Seriously guys, if this happens frequently, maybe stop booking the room or, I don't know, FIX THE LOCK? In all it only took about 20 minutes to get back in the room, but it was a stressful 20 minutes. We hurriedly ate breakfast and booked it out of there.

I really fought over whether to give 1 star or 2 stars, but the husband convinced me it was two star worthy. The desk clerk was really nice and apologetic, the layout of our room was optimal (the couch was on opposite side of the room from the bed, allowing the grownups to actually watch tv at a reasonable volume after the kid went to sleep), parking was well lit, and breakfast would have been decent if we could have eaten it in our room. But if I'm ever in Omaha again, I'll be booking the slightly more expensive LQ across town.

08/07/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
8. Nic Z.
Seeing the reviews, we were bracing ourselves for the worst. Luckily, none of the bad points came true.

- The front desk was staffed, and we were helped almost immediately.
- Rooms were clean and did not smell of smoke at all.
- As with all La Quintas, four-legged children stay free. Awesome.
- Ample parking and secure access.

One gripe: Breakfast starts at 8 - not ideal for roadtrippers, but it's free (included in price, but free sounds better) and you're allowed to go into the room and grab an apple and some coffee before they open.

All in all, we (even the dog) were very happy to go out of our way and spend the night at this La Quinta. It's not right off the highway, but it's pretty darn close and worth the extra minute of zig-zagging through Omaha.

02/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. James S.
Place smelled of smoke and pets. Front desk personnel were rude and took them awhile to get to the front desk or even answer the phone.

Wi-Fi is free, kind of slow. TV had limited channels. Fridge and Microwave in the single king sized bedrooms.

Place could use a remodel job.

No laundry facilities on site. Wash World is a few blocks down.

Ice and vending machines in several areas were nice. Parking was good, lot was half way lit up at night and exterior doors were secured, must use room key to gain access.

Weekly rate raised to $405.37.

20/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
10. Amy T.
On a cross country trip, we stayed here. It was no frills. The lobby smelled like smoke and the room wasn't perfect. All in all though, it was clean and quiet which was is about all you can hope for. Free breakfast and WiFi also pluses.

21/10/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
11. Lost B.
If La Quinta is corporate owned they should be ashamed of themselves. I did not take photos because I thought there would be a ton up here already and my cell phone needed charging.

First let me apologize to staff, you were friendly and the manager is great.

However !  Paint is peeling in large chunks in pillars at the entrance.. Lobby is fine , room is horrible.

I could smell the carpet needed a shampoo. The bathroom was the size of a booger, from the 80's. Flush on toilet was so low you had to wait till things " settled" if you wanted  it gone if you know what I mean.

Vent / fan in bathroom is so loud forget about not waking up your neighbors ... Across the hall.

Door to bathroom has paint stains , fire sprinkler in bathroom is barely hanging on by thread.

Faucet  for shower is hard to operate ( like stuck) and the whole room looks like it got stuck in the late 70's and not in a cool way.

Top all that off with paper thin walls and seedy dim lighting so you wont notice all the stains on the carpet and you have a room that will make you wonder if vampire bed bugs are going to eat you at night.

In other words this place  is BEGGING for cleaning and remodel.

22/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
12. Malia R.
Traveling through Omaha from the west coast to the east coast and needed a pet friendly hotel for our dog and cat. The GM at the front desk was so welcoming and pleasant- and went above and beyond to accommodate us - we needed a quiet room on the ground floor with a close entrance for the pets!

Hotel room was clean.
Amenities simple but we felt had great value
Parking was ample and secure
Near a lot of food choices
Only 15 minutes from Downtown

Thank you La Quinta Omaha for treating us so well.

29/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0