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The Days Inn Kimball is at the crossroads of I- 80 and Highway 71 and is a perfect overnight stop. This Days Inn Chairmans Award winning property is located midway between Denver and Black Hills/Mt. Rushmore. Kimball is the oil capital of Nebraska and can trace its history back to 1867 when the Union Pacific Railroad construction reached the towns location and established a station. Guests can enjoy a complimentary deluxe Daybreak Continental Breakfast, wireless internet access, Cable TV w/HBO.
AM/FM Alarm Clock
Coffee Maker in Room
24 Hour Front Desk
Free Local Telephone Calls
On the Lake
No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
Over Sized Rooms
Recreational Vehicle Parking
Safe Deposit Box
TV Remote Control
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Days Inn Kimball August 5, 2014
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