My husband and I discovered this hotel on our "back road" trip to Yellowstone. It is an old railroad town hotel that has been completely updated. The rooms are huge, most are more like studio apartments, complete with small kitchens. We returned in the fall with 2 additional couples for a "football" game party, for which we had the Presidential Suite with 2 bedrooms and 2 complete baths and a large living room with a flat screen TV and "electric fireplace". The restaurant is also a surprise with very good food and service. Great Nebraska raised steaks. The wine list is limited to two choices, but good choices. This is definately a great value and a great place to experience small town Nebraska in the comfort of a top notch lodging.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Arrow Hotel was built in 1928 and has been in continuous operation as a prominent city gathering center. The hotel came under new ownership in 2005 and was meticulously renovated and restored in the old western style. The attached restaurant, The Bonfire, includes a formal dining room, a lively Pub, and a turn of the century Cigar Room. In 1986, the Arrow Hotel was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arrow Hotel Broken Bow