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Lincoln Nebraska Is Cultural Epicenter

07, April 2015: Whether one is headed to Lincoln for a visit to the Museum of American Speed, is visiting a student at the University of Nebraska, taking in a Cornhusker's game or visiting the Haymarket, there is only one place to stay while taking it all in, the Howard Johnson's (http://www.dodbusopps.com/103239/23.htm) of Lincoln, Nebraska. 

“I hadn't been in a Howard Johnson's in probably 40 years,” stated guest Maureen G from Kansas City, KS, “so I wasn't really sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised to find a very clean and friendly motel. The only complaint was that the Internet was down at the time we checked in, and although it was supposed to be fixed later that evening, we didn't bother to see if that happened. We just turned on the TV, and enjoyed the evening that way! The motel looked as if it had been recently renovated, and was very comfortable and clean.” 

Off I-80 at the Airport exit the Howard Johnson Lincoln only a mile from Lincoln Municipal Airport is near the things everyone will most want to experience, including shopping and attractions. 

The hotel offers a free Rise and Dine continental breakfast and a fitness center with a Guest laundry facility. Some rooms feature refrigerators and microwaves. There's an on-site meeting room that can accommodate up to 30 people. There are non-smoking rooms, facilities for disabled guests, and heating. And up to 2 small pets or 1 large pet are allowed for a non-refundable charge of $10 per night, per pet. 

“While on the way to Colorado my wife became very sick,” stated guest Donald of Sheboygan. “The staff of this hotel treated us like family, doing everything they could to make our stay comfortable. We travel with a dog and he was also welcome. Great folks here, will stay here again. Clean rooms, great rate.” 

For more information, visit http://www.dodbusopps.com/103239/23.htm 

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Howard Johnson Lincoln
3400 NW 12th St
Lincoln, NE 68521
Phone: (402) 475-1550

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