The Grand Weaver Hotel, originally the Hotel Weaver, was built in 1924 by the Falls City Hotel Corporation, a group of local investors.  Named after the Honorable A. J. Weaver, who was a Falls City resident and governor of Nebraska from 1929 to 1931, and as a major investor, and President of the Falls City Hotel Corporation, he worked diligently to insure the success of the project.  The hotel has been operating continuously since its original opening, even through past and current renovations. 

The Grand Weaver’s current renovation will once again make this stately hotel the jewel of the southeast sector of Nebraska, and a stay at the hotel will provide a nostalgic experience for the discriminating traveler.  The boutique style rooms each have their own personality, are appointed beautifully, have the original doors and phones; all making for a delightful stay.

Located in Falls City, Nebraska it is the perfect setting for those who are longing for a quaint town where one can walk on original cobblestone streets (the most in Nebraska) to places of interest, all the while enjoying a Norman Rockwell era vibe as they do so.  A relaxing atmosphere in charming surroundings with a convenient central location: that’s what you can expect at the Grand Weaver Hotel.