Magnuson Hotels rebrands Nebraska Howard Johnson

Magnuson Hotel Lincoln Airport

Magnuson Hotels completed the rebranding of the Magnuson Hotel Lincoln Airport in Lincoln, Neb. 

Formerly a Howard Johnson, the Magnuson Hotel Lincoln Airport will upgrade its market position to attract travelers via an affiliation with Magnuson Hotels’ portfolio of over 1,000 hotels, as well as its global distribution platform.

The Magnuson Hotel Lincoln Airport is located off I-80, in Cornhusker Country. The University of Nebraska and Memorial Stadium are located within driving distance of the hotel. Outdoor activities at Holmes Lake Recreation Area, the Nebraska Fairgrounds and Lincoln Race Course are all within 10 miles of the property, as well. 

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Hotel amenities include complimentary internet access, a business center, complimentary continental breakfast, gym access, an outdoor pool, free parking, both ramp and wheelchair access for rooms and buildings and more. The property is also pet friendly, and provides laundry facilities for guest use.

“We are proud to welcome Bob and Joe Chumbers and their full team to the Magnuson family," Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Hotels, said in a statement. "We look forward to a long and successful future together.”

Since its launch 13 years ago, Magnuson Hotels has established itself with 1,000 hotels across six countries and three continents. Magnuson Hotels’ newly formed distribution partnership with Chinese operator Jin Jiang Hotels and Europe’s Louvre Hotels forms a consortium of over 8,000 hotels and 800,000 rooms worldwide, equal to the size of a top-two global hotel chain.

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