by Whitney Rife
Omni Dallas sits near the trendy Las Colinas Business District. The 12-story hotel is home to more than 335 renovated guestrooms and suites. Rooms display a Neoclassical architecture with rich taupe and gold accents. Plush bedding, overstuffed chairs and walk-in showers are some unit highlights. Suites offer more space with private bedrooms and living areas. New renovations have given the rooms flat-screen televisions, granite bathroom counters and full-length mirrors. Childproof items, such as nightlights and outlet covers, are available. Pets can also stay at Omni for a surcharge.
Dover’s Grille is an onsite restaurant that serves comfort food for all meals. A coffee shop is also at the hotel. A swimming pool and a whirlpool are on an outside deck. Omni is framed by a green park with an expansive lake. Parents receive a list of family-friendly area attractions. Kids are welcomed to the hotel with backpacks full of books and games.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Welcome games for kids
- Next to park and lake
Charges for WIFI, tv in the room is kind of small. Coffee shop in main lobby couldn’t serve coffee but was open 🤔🤷♂️ Room was very affordable, clean and with a great view. Everything else was great.
A good hotel for meetings, it is all inclusive and they provide an easy in and out parking garage. The meeting rooms were nicely sized but not very sound proof from the meeting next door. If in the middle of two meetings, plan on frequent pauses until the noise dims. The facility is dated and not a lot of attention to detail is shown. The front desk folks were efficient but no bubbly personality here. The room was somewhat tidy and somewhat comfortable. The bed was rather hard so each morning I awoke stiff and not very rested. The room however was very quiet. It was supplied with a fridge but no microwave. What stood out to me was the grungy armrests on the lone chair in the room. Years of build up left the front brown from pulling yourself from the chair. The day we arrived we wanted to get some lunch downstairs at the restaurant. No signs to seat yourself, wait to be seated or open or closed. We stood there for some time before we were approached and guided to a table. The service once we were seated was good and the food was truly awesome. Overall, business will be the only thing that brings me back.