OMAHA, NEBRASKA PROPERTY EST. 1930 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES Luxurious and exquisite accommodations and gracious and personalized service define the only hotel in Nebraska listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1930, Hotel Deco XV is one of downtown Omaha’s landmark buildings. Architect Joseph G. McArthur designed this 14-story tower in classic Art Deco style. The original intent of the building was to house offices with integrated interior parking—a design unheard of at the time. The building was converted into a hotel in 1986. Reopened in May 2011, this newly renovated luxury property has already proven to be a favored destination in the state and region serving the most discerning guests. It is ideally suited for special occasions, business travel, and luxurious getaways. Hotel Deco XV is the only Historic Hotels of America property in the state of Nebraska. CONVERTED HOTEL CHARMING SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR ART DECO AMENITIES 89 modern and spacious guestrooms and suites. Each with contemporary décor, luxurious linens, pillow-top beds, glass-walled shower with 8-spray European shower panel, custom wallpaper and drapery, oversized windows, Italian leather chairs, hardwood flooring, plasma TV, complimentary wireless Internet access, and turndown service. Fitness center, business center, traditional bell service, valet service, and concierge. DINING A new and exciting main dining room will open in April 2017. LOCATION In the historic center of Omaha, across the street from the historic Orpheum Theatre and adjacent to the Historic Old Market dining, shopping, and entertainment district. Within walking distance of the riverfront and major attractions and close to the CenturyLink Convention Center and Holland Performing Arts Center. Eppley Airfield: 5 miles, 10 minutes. 1504 Harney Street Omaha, NE 68102 T 402.991.4981
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