There is a metamorphosis occurring in Omaha’s downtown, and The Farnam, Omaha’s new, curated, boutique hotel, energetically connects the city’s contemporary vibe with the heartbeat of its famous Old Market historic district.
Located at 1299 Farnam Street, The Farnam will be Nebraska’s first Marriott Autograph Collection hotel and will transform part of the 15-story, all-glass Landmark Building with 120 luxurious rooms, including 24 suites, as well as more than 5,000 sq. ft. of event space. It also will feature two explosive dining concepts—Dynamite and Catalyst—offering high-end culinary and mixology experiences as well as the city’s largest outdoor terrace, where locals and travelers alike can experience the energy and heartbeat of downtown Omaha.
The Farnam gracefully blends glass and steel with local art and history. It features elegantly appointed rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, locally curated art, and a concierge-trained staff that can provide guests with a VIP experience with every interaction. The property’s design will be intimately connected to its surroundings by details like industrial, railway-inspired light fixtures and carpet patterns modeled after the Missouri River and Nebraska crop fields—just a few of the carefully crafted design details that make The Farnam the most unique hotel in the city.
The Farnam is poised to become “the place to be” for those seeking modern culture and accessible luxury with a taste of history. Elegantly representative as Omaha’s luxury urban clubhouse, the Marriott Autograph Collection hotel will offer a view of the city and service no hotel has been able to offer before. The Farnam is designed to be a home base for discerning travelers and local urban tastemakers alike, and will act as a center for the visionaries, the inventors, the adventurous and the curious.
Henry Farnam, the hotel’s namesake, was a pioneer in helping develop the city of Omaha and was instrumental in constructing the transcontinental railways—a development that changed Omaha’s trajectory forever when it became the eastern terminus for Union Pacific Railroad. Like the man who came before, The Farnam will firmly anchor Omaha’s defining spirit for the enterprising and energetic, inventive and entrepreneurial.
The Farnam will open in spring 2021. You can book now at