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Watch the complete journey of the Great Hall Christmas tree!
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Blooming this week along The Homestead walking trails, the Bloodroot gets its name from its toxic red sap and stems. These flowers enjoy sunny areas on the forest floor, often near streams and marshes.

Look for this delicate flower April - late May.
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A stunning view from the Cascades Gorge in Spring.
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1766 Homestead Dr Hot Springs, VA 24445
1766 Homestead DriveUSVirginiaHot Springs24445
(540) 839-1766omnihotels.com
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High-end 18th-century property with refined rooms & suites, plus golf, tennis, a spa & 4 eateries.- Google
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Nancy Woronick
4 months ago
I just had my first stay at The Homestead.and I was properly impressed. It is beautiful, especially with all the holiday decorations. Dinner in the main dining room was exquisite. There were a few disappointing things that we would suggest for improvement. We're gamers and were looking forward to playing billiards in a decadent setting. The setting was good, but there were only 4 workable cues sticks and no bridge. There were two overly worn dart boards and no darts. The morning history tour was very informative but no one warned us it would take 2 1/4 hours. On our way out we thought we would stop at Sam Snead's tavern for lunch only to discover it is not open for lunch, even on a weekend! I would go back in a heartbeat, only I'd change my expectations, or bring my own darts!
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Kimberly Lewis
5 months ago
I stayed at the Omni Homestead in August 2014 and had a fabulous time. I went alone and the staff made me feel so comfortable and were so kind. I took the nature hike with Brian the guide and he was so knowledgeable and funny. I also took the Segway tour which was awesome and went horseback riding. The Spa is INCREDIBLE! I had massages and the staff was experienced and cared about how I was feeling. The food was top notch and the rooms were so nicely decorated and comfortable. I cannot wait to go back to the Homestead. The whole resort is beautiful!! If you are looking for a nice getaway with southern hospitality and lots to do, I highly recommend going to the Omni Homestead. You will Love it!
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Jon Hannah
5 months ago
It's not the Homestead I remember from a few years ago. My room was somewhat of a disappointment. The chair and ottoman had coffee stains all over it. One side of the toilet paper holder was coming loose from the wall. The room smelled musty. I had to wait over 20 min. for my car to be brought around. I used to think The Homestead was as nice as The Greenbrier. Not anymore. The Greenbrier is head and shoulders a nicer venue then The Homestead. I hope the new Omni owners get their act together. It's a shame to let a gem like this go downhill.
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Meg Smith
3 months ago
A rather grand hotel. Unfortunately, it was completely overrun run with families with loud children over the holidays. The place was an absolute zoo. Rooms are nicely appointed in a tastefully classic Southern manner. The spa is very nice and worth a visit, though not nearly as upscale or plush as you might expect for the price tag. Dinner at Jefferson's Restaurant was superb. Breakfast in the main dining room was just so-so. Service is friendly and accommodating. Rates are sky high.
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Victoria Valdes
a week ago
On the positive side, the Homestead is a lovely historical building on an absolutely beautiful property. The golf courses are stunning and very well maintained, as are the pools and the stables. Unfortunately, when I actually needed help during my stay, the staff was a total disappointment. I booked a mountain bike rental on one of the mornings, and my husband and I took the shuttle up to the trailhead. The staff at the bike rental area were helpful, sizing our bikes and fitting us with helmets. The employee who sent us on our way mentioned that some of the trail areas might be "a little" rough - a few down trees perhaps due to storms. We started down the trail and realized about 10 minutes in that it wasn't going to be a little rough - it was going to be downright dangerous. Deep ruts, mud, sliding rocks, wet leaves. Perhaps if I had been wearing full padding and gear this would have been acceptable, but for a leisurely vacation ride? Absolutely not. Several of the trail signs also seemed to be down, leaving us to figure out how to get from one messy area of the trail to another. To its credit, where the trail wasn't completely torn to shreds (for about half a mile or so in the middle of the ride) it was lovely, with well packed gravel and great scenery. However by the time we got to the main building again, I had had several near misses, branches in spokes, bad slides, and my legs were cut very badly. If I had gotten prompt care and service I would have just considered this an adventure and been done with it, but it actually gets worse. I went to the front desk and asked for a first aid kit, and some bandages. At this time there was blood running down the back of my leg and literally pooling in one of my shoes. It was clearly visible in addition to many cuts and bruises. The front desk attendant seemed dubious that I was even a guest, although when I assured her that I was staying there, she didn't ask for my room number or verify it. What's more, she didn't have a first aid kit, peroxide or anything else I asked for! Instead, she looked very blank and asked one of the young men standing nearby to check at the concierge. He came back (about 10 minutes later?!) and said that no, sorry, since "so many people had been having bike accidents(!) they were totally out" of all first aid supplies. The young lady at the desk then offered to call security, which I took her up on since I hadn't packed anything for wound care. I then had to stand on the fancy carpet, bleeding, for twenty full minutes. She said that I could sit down on the expensive looking ivory plush chair behind me, but I didn't feel comfortable ruining the upholstery. After standing, bleeding for 20 minutes in front of the desk while being studiously ignored by the two attendants (I suppose since I was "taken care" of), I left. Security NEVER showed up. I never got a first aid kit. My husband ended up driving to the nearest CVS about 30 minutes away to get me some first aid. I can hardly blame the young people at the desk for what happened. It's 100% clear that they had no training on how to behave in a health related situation. It is completely unacceptable, however, to leave someone who is bleeding and may be more severely injured standing on your carpet for 30+ total minutes, with no medical care or first aid. Homestead charges a lot for supposed conveniences - resort fees, add on charges, etc etc. But I don't care about "Tea" or tours when I'm legitimately injured and need immediate care. All the fancy cups and maid service in the world can't compensate for the level of unprofessional treatment that I received here. I surely will not return.
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Thang Dinh
2 months ago
Extremely nice and friendly staff! We booked for the wrong weekend but they still arrange the room for us. Luxury and beautiful if you can afford it.
PJ Quirino
6 months ago
THIS IS ONE PLACE I WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE EVERYONE TO STAY AWAY FROM AS EVER!! IT IS FILLED WITH LIARS WHO LOVE TO GOSSIP AND CHEAT AND BACK STAB EACH OTHER! AN EMPLOYEE WHO WORKED AT THIS HOTEL WENT ON A SHOOTING RAMPAGE AND MURDERED A FEW EMPLOYEES AT THIS HOTEL BECAUSE OF THE LIES THAT WERE TOLD ABOUT HIM WHICH I BELIEVE CAME FROM SOME BLACK FOLK EMPLOYEE AND SPANISH ONES WITH SOME WHITE ONES, WHO STARTED THE INSANITY AND HURT THE EMPLOYEE WHO DID THE CRAP THAT I HEARD ABOUT FROM A HOUSEKEEPER THERE AND THEY BOUGHT IT ON THEMSELVES! AN EX TO AN OLD ACQUANTIENCE OF MINE LOVES TO LIE ON THE REPUTATION OF THOSE THAT HE HATES JUST TO ENJOY MAKING THEIR LIVES MISERABLE AS DID HIS GIRLFRIEND WHEN THEY CREATED SOME CRAP IN THIS PLACE BUT I AM GOING BY WHAT I HEARD FROM ONE OF THE EMPLOYEES AT THIS HOTEL. THE EX TO MY OLD ACQUAINTANCE WAS KICKED OUT OF THIS HOTEL A LONG TIME AGO WHILE HIS IDIOT RELATIVES WORK THERE! STAY AWAY FROM THIS HOTEL!! ITS FULL OF INSANITY AND LIES!!
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Anica H
7 months ago
This is the perfect place to unwind. Spending a day, or 2, at the spa is well worth it. You must try the Lazy River for some fun. All pools are heated by natural springs. Walk the beautiful, manicured grounds. Main lobby has high tea and a pianist everyday. Everything you need is on site including shops & several dining locations. My two favorites are the Jefferson Bar & the Casino (both have outdoor dining). Expect Omni's excellent service.