by CINDY GONZALEZ
They’re being built tall, small. In an office high-rise, by a mall. They target all types: urban, suburban, history buffs, those who want to stay buff.
Nowhere, it seems, is terrain too tough: They’re planned in the Bluffs, by the river, on a midtown sliver.
In short, the number of hotel rooms in the Omaha area has jumped about 16 percent in the past five years — that’s higher than the 7 percent increase for the United States over the same period, according to STR, a data firm that tracks trends in the hospitality industry.
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