My brother, fiance and I stayed here after reading some last-minute reviews online. The website showed a clean atmosphere and decent location close to family. There were some issues we had, however. Didn't see on their website that they allowed pets (thank goodness they do!)... The parking was pricey and confusing to find our way. The room itself was nice enough but there were stains on the (rather uncomfortable) couch. Around 9 pm we got the late night munchies so went down to the grocery store, they close super early! And no pool unfortunately. The room felt like a hippie dorm room... I don't know what it was about the atmosphere but it felt strange. Also- VERY noisy street outside! I couldn't fall asleep, it sounded like ambulances and motorcycles were right outside (we were on 5th floor). Didn't try breakfast since we woke up late, but its very nice to have noon check out! Front desk staff were decent but the check in lady spoke very soft and was hard to understand. The gentlemen who worked the night/ morning shifts were pleasant though. May or may not stay here again considering the room totalled near $160 (including taxes, but that's crazy for one bed!)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just a few miles from Rosenblatt Stadium, the Element Omaha Midtown Crossing offers visitors use of a full kitchen in every guest room, a spacious work desk and free breakfast every morning. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Element Omaha Midtown Crossing Hotel Omaha