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What you should know about Northwest Omaha

Northwest Omaha is a broad district of pretty suburbs, wooded creeks, neat golf-courses, and bright new business parks on the western fringes of the Nebraskan state capital. Here, the roads are broad and the houses are large, but not all is prim and proper—fingers of wilderness reach into this tidy suburbia from the city's outskirts. On Northwest Omaha's eastern side lie the universities and big businesses of Omaha Central, while to the west the sky opens wide, as the district gives way to the Great Plains.

Hotels in Northwest Omaha

Accommodation in Northwest Omaha, made up of chain hotels and economy lodges, is found in a broad swathe along Dodge Road. Most hotels are concentrated around the intersection with I-680, for example the Hampton Inn Omaha/ West Dodge Road. The location of this mid-sized Northwest Omaha hotel is a big plus, as is its 24-hour business center and series of meeting rooms. Next door is the TownePlace Suites by Marriott Omaha West, whose guests give it high marks for service, cleanliness, and in-room kitchenettes. The Country Inn Suites Omaha adds some cozy touches, like a library and a lobby fireplace, to its value hotel in northwest Omaha.

Things to see in Northwest Omaha

Northwest Omaha may not have the vibrant attractions of the city's downtown districts, but it can count on the simple pleasures of suburban life. Its bowling alleys, busy malls, and endless stretches of golfing fairway provide plenty of scope for fun and distraction. There are some intriguing local attractions too, a highlight being Boys Town. Now a thriving suburban village with a “small town” vibe, Boys Town grew up around the visionary children's home set up by local priest, Father Flanagan. A museum, garden, and historic house tell his fascinating story. Strangely, pride of place here is given to the bizarrely impressive “World's Largest Ball of Stamps.” Heron Haven is a spring-fed wetland nature reserve just off Dodge Road, where you can see frogs, rare plants, and all manner of birds—including herons, of course. And an intriguing angle on the environment is taken at the OPPD Arboretum, where the interaction of landscaping and electrical safety is explored.

Good for business travelers and those traveling through

As a mainly residential area, Northwest Omaha's main draw for the visitor lies with its connections, both to the wider area and to the business and downtown districts of central Omaha. It's especially well-located for those coming here to attend or do business with the city's universities, colleges, and business parks, as these are only a short drive away. The major intersection of I-680 and US-6 is close by, adding to its links, and making a stay over at a Northwest Omaha budget hotel very attractive for those on the move.

How to get to Northwest Omaha

Most visitors arriving here from out-of-state fly into the city's Eppley Airfield Airport. Using public transportation to travel to Northwest Omaha isn't the best option—the roundabout journey often takes 2 hours. A car is the best means of transport, both for the airport transfer and to travel around the city. The journey from the airport usually takes less than half an hour, following the long curve of I-680 round Omaha's northern flank. Northwest Omaha is also within driving distance of some Midwest cities. From Kansas City it's around about 3 hours' drive on I-29, while from Des Moines you're looking 2 hours’ drive down I-80.