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Grand Weaver Hotel

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1800 Stone St, Falls City, NE 68355-2027
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We specialize in lodging for discriminating travelers. Historic hotel with beautiful rooms and competitive prices. Visit us for a comfortable stay and a caring staff to meet your needs. Located in down town, Falls City, Nebraska.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
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Blushift wrote a review Feb 2020
Suburban Chicago185 contributions34 helpful votes
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First, the plusses: The hotel itself is nice in a boutique way, with antique furnishings and well kept. I stayed in room 413 - Froeschl (each room is named). A nicely appointed room with a sink outside the toilet/shower area. The shower is roomy, but you need to maneuver a bit around the toilet to get in and out. Water pressure was very good and hot water was very quickly available. There is a padded bench at the desk, but no actual chair for seating in the room. The bed is very high, with a small stool available in the closet for access, if having difficulty. There is a heating/cooling unit below the window, which I turned off at night to retain some quiet. The bar downstairs is more modern, and the bartenders were very professional and helpful. The minus: This room faces the courthouse with very bright led lampposts outside at night. The blinds on the room window are not darkening, so much light gets in. I had difficulty sleeping my first night, so asked at the front desk in the morning if anything could be done to help cover the window. The desk staff said that she would ask housekeeping to look into it. When I returned later that day, the room had been straightened up, but nothing was done with the window and no note about it. After another semi-sleepless night, I went out for the day and returned later to find that there had been no housekeeping. Possibly no service on Sundays? For the daily price being paid for the room, that should be done daily. Overall, it is a nice place to stay, but I believe that the hotel charges a bit too much for their rooms. This is maybe because the only competition are two motels that are outside of the town center. I believe that a little accommodation for this guest's sleep could have gone towards a better review since the main reason to be at a hotel is to sleep.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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HuskerTraveler2 wrote a review Mar 2019
Lincoln, Nebraska956 contributions231 helpful votes
Located right on the city Square. This Classic Hotel has been nicely renovated. Parking located right at door. Furnished with classic furniture. Usually only had a bench for seating. Some rooms have the sink in the bedroom. Broad hallways, new elevator. Reasonably priced. HINT: The walls are not very sound proofed. Request rooms that are not occupied immediate next door.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled on business
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labguides wrote a review Sep 2018
CA722 contributions96 helpful votes
We had room 411 overlooking the court house. It is tiny room. There is small padded bench for sitting . The toilet and shower are in bathroom while sink with tiny vanity in the bedroom right near the bed. The vanity has room for one toothbrush. The four poster Bed was high with stool provided for short people to get into bed. This all sounds negative but we enjoyed the ambience of this historic hotel. Coffee is in vending machine room for a few hours each morning . There is a bakery nearby for breakfast. However the bakery is not open on Sundays. We will definitely return to this hotel but will reserve a larger room.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from grandweaverhotel, Front desk clerk at Grand Weaver Hotel
Responded Sep 24, 2018
We appreciate your stay with us and taking the time to review. This being a historic hotel, nearly a 100 years old we are limited to provide the same room size as new build hotels and keep originality to our hotel. Once again, We are happy you enjoyed your stay and look forward to seeing you again.
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ColNei wrote a review Aug 2018
Columbia, South Carolina75 contributions17 helpful votes
We were told all available hotel rooms are on the 4th floor while they convert the 2nd and 3rd floors to apartments. The first floor is the lobby, bar/lounge, and barbershop. There used to be a restaurant on the first floor, but it is currently being used for renovation material storage. Everyone who worked the reception desk was friendly and helpful. Owner and staff are rightfully proud of the building's history. Got a room for two nights as walk-ins. Very accommodating in storing our huge tandem bicycle with trailer in the old restaurant space. No luggage cart to take panniers up, but there was an elevator. Room 407 was clean. The bed had many fancy shammed pillows and two very thin sleeping pillows. We made it work and did not ask for additional sleeping pillows. Window AC unit kept the room comfortable. Both windows had wide-slat Venetian blinds only, so expect to wake with the sun. Florescent ceiling fixtures. Only one parson's chair in the room. No writing desk, but there was a low chest of drawers as a bedside table. Armoire for clothes, but only three hangers. Very small sink vanity in the bedroom made it a challenge even with our minimalist his/her toiletries. Toilet was in a closet without a ventilation fan - Glade air spray provided. Shower stall in the bedroom, but again no ventilation fan for steam. Wall TV in the room, but we never turned it on. Could hear neighbor's TV through the wall. Coffee service was in the 4th floor vending room 6AM-10AM. Powdered creamer. Pre-bagged ice for the room's ice bucket was available in the lobby. No guest laundry. No continental breakfast. No coffee/tea in room. Easy walking distance to locally owned restaurants, grocery, post office, Shopko, and Stanton Lake Park. Everyone we met during our two days in town was exceptionally welcoming. If you are looking for a pretty place for a special get-away with minimal luggage, this is it. If you are looking for functionality during a cross-country bicycle ride, this works with limitations.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Ask for a room with windows to the west.
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Response from grandweaverhotel, Front desk clerk at Grand Weaver Hotel
Responded Aug 30, 2018
Thank you for taking the time to review. We enjoyed hearing about your adventures.
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Sandra W wrote a review Feb 2018
lincoln, nebrask68 contributions12 helpful votes
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I was in Falls City for a short state business trip and 'jumped' at the opportunity to stay at the Grand Weaver Hotel. I truly enjoy staying at historic hotels instead of the standard chain hotels. Just entering the front door took my breath away. I thought WOW they have done a beautiful job renovating this hotel; and the rest of the property was beautifully done as well. It does my heart good to know there are investors in our country that are willing to take the time to restore an older property instead of just 'tearing it down', and particularly in a smaller community like Falls City. Thank you for 'a night well slept'. Oh, and the small bar, The Den makes some delicious martinis! Can't wait to have a few more of those again either!! Sandra
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Date of stay: February 2018
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Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: No coffee pot in my room, but there was fresh coffee provided down the hall in the morning.
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Response from grandweaverhotel, Front Desk Clerk at Grand Weaver Hotel
Responded Feb 18, 2018
Thank You so much for taking the time to enter your review. We appreciate the feedback. Hope to see you again on your next trip to Falls City. We are happy you enjoyed your stay and loved the martinis.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grand Weaver Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Grand Weaver Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Yesterday's Closet (0.1 miles) and John Philip Falter Museum (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Grand Weaver Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a fitness center, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Grand Weaver Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a fireplace.
Is parking available at Grand Weaver Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Grand Weaver Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include A and G Steakhouse, One Stop Cafe, and Sonic Drive-In.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Grand Weaver Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness center during their stay.
Is Grand Weaver Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 miles away from the center of Falls City.
Is Grand Weaver Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.