Hotel Deco - Omaha41.256682, -95.936091
Area attractions, including First National's Spirit of Nebraska's Wilderness and Pioneer Courage Park and Old Market are located only a short walk from Hotel Deco Omaha. Deco is a venue with facilities such as a casino, a hairdresser and a gym.
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is 3 km from the accommodation and TD Ameritrade Park is about 1 km away. The distance between Omaha city centre and the hotel is 2 km. A short driving distance to The Durham Museum is a perk for guests staying at Hotel Deco.
Well-connected to many sights, Hotel Deco is 150 metres from 16th & Howard bus station.
Guests of the property can make use of a mini bar, high-velocity internet and an individual safe. Hotel Deco features 89 rooms across 11 floors.
Eat & Drink
Breakfast is served in the restaurant each morning. Guests can enjoy American meals at Monarch Prime & Bar within 5 minutes' walk of the accommodation.
A full breakfast is served and charges are applicable.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Private parking is possible on site at USD 20 per day.
The personnel at the hotel speaks English, Spanish, Italian.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of floors: 11. Number of rooms: 89.
Former name: Deco XV Omaha
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
USD 20 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Valet parking
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Limousine service
- Shops/Commercial services
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Babysitting/Child services
Spa & Leisure
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Parquet floor
16 years or adultsExtra bedFREEMaximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Bed options:2 King-size beds
Bed options:1 King-size bed
- City landmarks
Appreciated great staff and good sized rooms.
An excellent place for exploring Omaha. Room was a good value.
We appreciated lobby, it was beautiful. The staff were constantly welcoming. Moreover, free WiFi was great. It's so close to Mercury with nice drinks and cocktails.
Classic hotel for a great stay. Huge room.
It was very nice and everyone was friendly. It was close to the Orpheum Theater where we were attending a show.
It was noisy at night. Firetrucks went out twice and also lots of voices out on the street at 2:00 A.M. Also, could not find a plug in in the bathroom.
Friendly and helpfull staff. Location to Old Market area
It was close to the old Market Room service was slow The showers were complicated if you can beleive that and kind of annoying Staff was friendly & good Service was acceptable No real problems I would stay there again If I go back to Omaha
They forgot silverware on the room service By the time they came back The food was cold
The room was upscale decorated and the shower was awesome! It had multiple jets and ample pressure to make the shower experience after my marathon the best I ever experienced! The staff were very friendly and helpful - above and beyond what I would expect. I really enjoyed my stay here!
Room was clean. However, I had to discuss with the front desk that there was no "sitting area" in the room, as they had informed me over the phone that there Would Be prior to final booking on Booked.net. Later, I was "upgraded" to a room with a sitting area, but only by way of $150.00 on the final bill. As a college reunion was the setting for my trip, I cannot express enough my inherent dissapointment in not receiving what I had booked, and then later being billed for an 'upgrade'... to add insult to injury. But the room itself was clean on the inside.
Other than the deception regarding the booking, I had a lengthy discussion with "Nick", who was a very helpful valet/front desk associate. The biggest problem I had with the hotel was the "filth" of the common areas. The elevators were filthy, the windows hadn't seen a Windex towel in at least months, the carpet was frayed and stained, and the signs of mismanagement of the cleanliness of the hotel were everywhere. Nick admitted this to me, as well as the cleaning staff. Hard to understand, as this 'boutique' hotel is just 2 years new in its renovation... Sadly, despite the $700 I paid for 3 nights, I was too embarrassed to have actually requested college reunion friends to visit my Hotel Deco Suite. So I spent my time there, Alone.
We chose Hotel Deco as an upscale venue for my 26-year-old daughter's bachelorette party, and it was so classy, so comfortable, so amazing! We reserved a king suite for the party. The groom's mother and I shared a room with two queen beds. There were 15 of us, and the hotel staff could not have been more accommodating. We needed to book an additional room for overnight guests at the last minute, and it was not a problem to get it at the same very reasonable rate. When we arrived, the valets helped carry all the party supplies to our rooms, and whisked our cars away. In the evening, the hotel shuttle took us to our wine-tasting party and picked us up as soon as we called, even when our plans and location changed (they even sent an extra car, in case we had more guests than the shuttle capacity). When my younger daughter flew in from Chicago, she used my room to shower and was delighted to find a multi-jet shower and luxury spa robes in the closet. The Zin Room downstairs had a Happy Hour Friday evening that seemed very nice, though I just came down to get a cup of hot tea so I could continue my party planning for the next evening. The free wireless internet was very handy as we were still downloading songs on Saturday afternoon for our party playlist. The bedside radio had an iPod docking station, so we could then use it for the party songs. The in-room refrigerator was big enough to chill two bottles of champagne and several other party items. The rooms were very elegant and the beds and pillows were super comfortable. In our party pictures, the hotel just looks so fun and edgy but in a traditional art deco way that is very much in keeping with the Old Market Omaha historical area. Bottom line: all the girls said it was the best bachelorette party they had ever been to!
The room was a little short on outlets, but I went down and asked at the front desk, and they sent up a power strip which took care of the problem. There was no mini-coffee pot in the room, but coffee and hot water/tea were always available at the bar downstairs. The only other issues I noticed were that hot water and the elevator were in short supply during a couple of peak times.
Location and architecture
Cleanliness, maintenence, loud air handling equipment, no phone book, and no guide to their in-house dining facilities.
We esp liked the valet parking. Felt as if our car was very safe. Shuttle service was wonderful. Beds were very comfortable.
We liked everything.
the decor and room was very modern and nice
elevator floors were gross
The rooms were spacious with a comfortable bed.
Checking in was a nightmare. First I was told I did not have a reservation...although I had my confirmation in my hand. Then I was told that I had cancelled the reservation. Really? Finally....after beginning to feel very frustrated and ready to go to another hotel....they finally found it. Really, again! This took about 30 minutes. God forbid, you have to wait for the manager to get off of his phone, who is standing outside. I will never stay with you again. After traveling all day, the last thing I want is to not have a room to be able to relax.
Beautiful design, large spacious rooms, Luxury hotel without the luxury price, great staff!
Good location, within walking distance of downtown Omaha and the Old Market area. AWESOME shower, with a main shower head and then 6 other jets. The water temperature got nice and hot and the water pressure was great.
There are no coffee pots in the rooms. We read that in other reviews when booking so brought our own. That took care of that problem. The parking is complimentary, which is a huge perk at a downtown hotel, but it is valet, so you have to tip the valet each time you get your car out, so it's not completely "free". The pillows were all big and solid. We asked for a softer pillow but they're weren't any available. Despite these "cons", I would stay at this hotel again if I wanted to be in the downtown Omaha area.