Omni Fort Worth

Ideal downtown location

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth the sophisticated Omni Fort Worth blends together native building materials and ultra modern glass to provide a luxurious environment which perfectly compliments the city that surrounds it. Enjoy a drink at Wine Thief before a delicious dinner at Bob's Steak & Chop House, or try the local draft beers at Whiskey & Rye. Many of the city's highlights like the Sundance Square and the Water Gardens are within walking distance of the hotel. After a busy day exploring the city, why not unwind with a treatment at the Mokara Spa.

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Guide Price

 £1,599  per person
Hotel Category
Trusted
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 4610 Reviews
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Hotel highlights

  • Mokara Spa
  • Infinity Pool and Terrace
  • Bob's Steak & Chop House
  • Wine Thief
  • Whiskey & Rye

Hotel Features

General Information

  • 614 rooms
  • Minimum age: 21
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Omni Fort Worth

4610 Reviews 89% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 3192
  • Very Good 830
  • Average 322
  • Poor 139
  • Terrible 127

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Nov 19, 2019

Nice and Convenient Downtown Location

Dallas, Texas

We love this OMNI for its convenience and the quality of the property. It is a mere five minute walk from the TRE station, so anytime we have an overnight stay from Dallas to FW, we take the train and stay at the Omni. It's a fun treat and very convenient to all the fun stuff in FW.
Nov 17, 2019

Very Nice Property

Rockville Centre, New York

This is a very lovely property. The lobby is beautiful, very grand yet welcoming. The decor is upscale and there are several restaurants located here. There is an ample fitness center and the spa appeared to be one of a very high caliber. I did not use the facilities, but they appeared this way to me. Unfortunately, we were in the area for a rehearsal dinner and wedding so there was little opportunity to partake in all the hotel has to offer. My husband did have several chances to hang out and drink, eat and play billiards in the hotel bar/restaurant. Darkness is a theme all over the hotel as he mentioned it even being too dark while playing pool. Parking is available for a daily fee and is valet in nature. The staff at the lobby entrance open doors generally upon your entry. An annoying feature, but necessary in this day and age, is the necessity to utilize one's room key to access the elevator. It was a little glitchy, so at times, several patrons needed to try his or her key to get the elevator moving. My husband and I shared a suite as the door between the bedroom and living area protects me from excessive snoring. My favorite amenity when staying in a suite is when a half bathroom is provided in addition to the full bathroom. This suite provides this space. The living area contains a kitchenette with a mini-refrigerator and a coffee maker. A dinette is also in the room. The major drawbacks of this suite follow. Firstly, aside from the half bathroom, the rooms are all poorly lit. It is very dark. This room surely lacks proper lighting. Fortunately, the half bathroom is well lit and contained a magnifying makeup mirror so I had a room in which to get ready after showering in the main bathroom. The main bathroom is very large. There is an enormous tub if that is your thing. It is not mine. The shower is poorly located, right upon entering the bathroom. The door to the bathroom is right there and opens in, so it is awkward walking in and out of the shower and setting the water prior to entering as the shower door opens out as well. The shower door and bath entrance door are too close. The shower knob in our shower was very difficult to turn. The water leaked when turned off without turning the knob to this uncomfortably tight position. I needed my husband to loosen it for me. I could not even get the shower to stop leaking as it required that much force to shut it all the way off. One of the sinks on the double vanity did not drain properly so it filled up with water. Doors in this suite is a problem all around. When entering the bedroom, the door opens in and right behind the door is the double door closet with doors that open outwardly. One needs to close the room door fully in order to access the closet. It is very awkward. The safe is located in the closet as well. Our safe broke upon first use with our items inside. This was very scary, but the staff worked on it and got it to function normally. After some investigation and a call for back up, it ended up merely requiring a battery change. Whew! Again, all the doors provided awkward access to the safe. Overall, the furnishings are very nice but are all very dark and very heavy. It has a very traditional theme. There was a great deal of dresser drawer space, way more than we needed for the weekend we stayed. I was told a microwave is available for use on alternate floors near the ice maker but did not check it out. It would have been appreciated if more complimentary water bottles were supplied, but two did come with the room each day. Luckily, CVS is not far away. The staff is all lovely!! Each one is very friendly and very helpful and professional. I guess there is something to the notion of southern hospitality. The service was swift and courteous. The in-room dining service was quick and efficient too. Any request for an item was brought to the room quickly. Overall, I recommend this hotel if you are in the area. As I mentioned, there are a few imperfections, but the pros far exceed any potential pitfalls. Although I did not research fully, it seems to be the nicest hotel in Fort Worth.
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