Staying at the Omni is like getting free tickets to the most amazing show in Dallas. with floor to ceiling windows, you are treated to breathtaking views of Downtown Dallas. When you finally pull yourself away from the views you are greeted by amazing staff and numerous dining options nearby. Staying at the Omni should be on everyones must do in Dallas list.
Traveller from College Station, TX
Located in West End Historic District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Pioneer Plaza and Kay Bailey Hutchison …More
We could not get the air conditioner to work and it was appro 11:30 p.m. i called the front desk, they said the maintance man was gone and we would have to switch rooms. We did not want to pack everything up again. I finally got the air conditioner to work, I had to reset the plug in button and it started right up. It’s a shame they couldn’t just come make sure it wasn’t something like that, we went several hours without air working.
Situated in Dallas, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and within 6 mi (10 …More
Lovely looking hotel, like a grand old lady. Location is pretty good too. Our room was huge but no wardrobe and heavy dark shower curtain makes it too dark in the shower. Thought these a bit strange and glad I was only staying one night. Staff lovely.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Located in the upscale Oak Lawn and Turtle Creek area, this Dallas boutique hotel is a mile from downtown, and 2 miles from …More
For many retail buyers, “going to market” means one thing: seeing the latest consumer goods at the Dallas Market Center. The world’s largest wholesale mart hosts more than 50 trade shows each year for retail professionals. The products on display here appear on store shelves in a season or two. The center’s neighbor, the UT Southwestern Medical Center, is deemed among the nation’s top hospitals.