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Staybridge Suites Lincoln I-80 Star Rating 3        
2701 Fletcher Avenue

Off I-80 in north Lincoln, this traditional all-suite hotel is 4 miles from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and 6 miles from Lincoln Airport.Modest studios and 1- to 2-bedroom suites provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as kitchenettes, pull-out sofas and desks. Upgraded suites have separate living rooms.
Knights Inn Lincoln Star Rating 2        
2920 North West 12th Street

Off Interstate 80, this modest budget hotel is a mile from Lincoln Airport, 3 miles from Haymarket Park baseball stadium, and 4 miles from concerts and sports at Pinnacle Bank Arena.The low-key rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TVs, minifridges and microwaves. Suites add 4-poster beds, whirlpool tubs and kitchens.
Days Inn - Lincoln Star Rating 2        
1140 Calvert Street

This simple hotel in a low-rise, redbrick building is 3 miles from the University of Nebraska and 7.6 miles from Lincoln Airport.All rooms and suites include en suite bathrooms with showers, and have free WiFi, TVs and coffeemakers.
Candlewood Suites Lincoln Star Rating 2        
4100 Pioneer Woods Drive

This unassuming hotel is a mile from Holmes Lake Recreation Area and Holmes Golf Course, and 4 miles from Lincoln Children's Zoo.Unpretentious studios come with free Wi-Fi, TVs and kitchenettes, which include dishwashers. The 1-bedroom suites add separate living rooms and pull-out sofas.
Embassy Suites Lincoln Star Rating 3        
1040 P Street

Set 0.2 miles from the Lied Center for Performing Arts, this downtown hotel with a tropical-themed atrium is a 9-minute walk from the University of Nebraska's Memorial Stadium.Relaxed suites offer kitchenettes, 2 flat-screens and WiFi (fee), along with custom-designed beds and living areas with pull-out sofas.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lincoln North Star Rating 3        
3939 N. 26th Street

This relaxed brick hotel is 3 miles from Memorial Stadium Lincoln and 4 miles from both the Lincoln Children's Zoo and the Nebraska State Capitol, in downtown Lincoln.Conservatively decorated rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas. Suites add minifridges, microwaves and separate living rooms with sofas.
Country Inn & Suites by Carlson Lincoln North Star Rating 3        
5353 North 27Th Street

Set 2 miles from I-80, this casual, all-suite hotel is also 6 miles from both the Nebraska State Capitol and Lincoln Airport.Featuring microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers, the modest suites also come with flat-screen TVs and pull-out sofas. Some have whirlpools, while upgraded suites add separate lounges and kitchenettes.
Microtel Inn & Suites Lincoln (Nebraska) Star Rating 2        
2505 Fairfield Street

Overlooking Salt Creek, this unfussy budget hotel is 3 miles from the University of Nebraska State Museum and 4 miles from the Nebraska State Capitol.The casual rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Suites provide sitting areas, and some have pull-out couches.
Super 8 Motel Lincoln West Star Rating 2        
2635 West O Street

Off US Route 6, this straightforward budget hotel is an 11-minute drive from both Memorial Stadium and the Lincoln Amtrak station (for the California Zephyr), and 6.8 miles from the Nebraska State Capitol in downtown Lincoln.All rooms include en suite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs with premium cable or satellite channels.
Rodeway Inn Lincoln Nebraska Star Rating 2        
2801 W. O Street

In a low-rise, roadside building, this laid-back budget hotel is 5 km from the Lied Center for Performing Arts and 6 km from both Memorial Stadium and Pinnacle Bank Arena.The straightforward rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as microwaves, and tea and coffeemakers. Some rooms have pull-out sofas.
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Lincoln is the capital of Nebraska and often listed as one of the healthiest and happiest cities in the US. This is largely due to the amount to see and do in the area for locals and tourists, including the green, open spaces and enjoyment of the fresh air and outdoors. Lincoln embraces 'the arts.' The Pinnacle Bank Arena, Duffy's Tavern, Bourbon Theater and Zoo Bar are often frequented to enjoy various live music performances in the city. For dance, the Pla-Mor, with its house band the Sandy Creek Band, is well worth a visit.

The Lied Center opened in 1990 and is part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is a center for national tours, Broadway productions, concerts and events. There are also a number of professional and community theaters. There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Lincoln. Downtown is the best place to visit for nightlife. O Street is the main bar and nightclub section of the city. One of the main landmarks in Lincoln is the Nebraska State Capitol. This skyscraper, with a golden dome on top, is the largest building in the area and was designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and built in the late 1920s. At the top of the tower is a statue of a farmer sowing grain and this is to acknowledge the role in which agriculture has played in the history of the area. Inside the building are numerous paintings, murals and artifacts from Native American history. Other attractions worth visiting when staying in Lincoln are:

Deer Spring Winery and James Arthur Vineyards for wine lovers

Lincoln Children's zoo, an interactive experience for children over 10 acres of space, with nearly 200,000 visitors a year and over 400 animals (over 40 of which are endangered species)

Hyde Memorial Observatory, a community astronomy building surrounded by Holmes Lake

Fairview, a historic house built in 1902 and home to William Jennings Bryan (1860-1925) a leading American politician of the Democratic Party

The Thomas P. Kennard House, or the Nebraska Statehood Memorial, one of the oldest remaining buildings in Lincoln and belonged to Kennard, the first secretary of state for the Nebraska. Today it is a museum and is on the National Register of Historic Places (since 1969).

There are museums to suit all ages and interests in Lincoln, from the Lincoln Children's Museum and Museum of Nebraska History to the Museum of American Speed and the National Museum of Roller Skating. The museums include sport, art and history and design. There are also many events to attend to in Lincoln annually. These include the mid February celebrations of Abraham Lincoln's birthday, the Lincoln National Guard Marathon (and half marathon) in May, Horse Racing at the popular Lincoln Race Course from mid-May to mid-July and the traditional Farmers' Market in the Historic Haymarket area of Lincoln through the Summer until late October.

Lincoln is home to a staggering 125 parks, which are all connected by a series of trails. The MoPac Trail is for cycling and walking and is 26 miles along a former rail track. The city also boasts five public golf courses, five recreation centres for the public and nine outdoor public swimming pools. There is plenty to see and do in Lincoln for all age groups, during the day and evening.