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1766 Homestead Dr Hot Springs, VA 24445
1766 Homestead DriveUSVirginiaHot Springs24445
(540) 839-1766omnihotels.com
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Open since 1766, The Omni Homestead Resort is one of America's most storied resorts, offering unparalleled hospitality and southern charm in a 2,300-acre setting within the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Virginia. Renowned for its natural healing springs, the resort is distinguished by 483 luxurious guest rooms and suites, 72,000 square feet of meeting space, a wide array of fine and casual dining choices, and more than 30 recreational amenities. The resort offers an expansive, luxurious spa with exclusive, adults-only spa garden and two championship golf courses including The Cascades, one of the nation's finest mountain courses. Allegheny Springs is a two-acre family-friendly water attraction complete with lazy river, water slides, family pool and water play zone. The resort also offers the South's first downhill ski area; a beautiful Equestrian Center with visiting barn and riding arena; top-rated Shooting Club with trap, skeet, sporting clays; fly-fishing; archery; falconry; Segway tours; Mini Cascades, a new 18-hole miniature golf course and other activities. 
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High-end 18th-century property with refined rooms & suites, plus golf, tennis, a spa & 4 eateries.- Google
"The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, and the room was exquisite."
"Breakfast in the main dining room was just so-so."
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Adith Subramanian
2 weeks ago
Overall this place was excellent. Wonderful staff, good food, gorgeous hikes, OK mini golf, and the hot springs themselves are so relaxing. On top of that we took advantage of some of their related events like the shooting range and horseback riding. The one drawback was the room itself, very comfortable but not taken care of. Our toilet rocked and felt like it was about to break, our sink faucet gave out hot or cold water at random, and the wifi was spotty. Definitely worth a visit, but they need to start taking care of their rooms.
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Bill Vostinak
a week ago
Many things to do. Very isolated. The staff could know more about the restaurants, so be sure that you explore them yourself, especially Jefferson's bar/lounge area which is quite extensive. We recommend exploring the hotel before you make decisions. Online reading information is deficient to make the best choices.
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villegasdp
a month ago
Great customer service and beautiful location and facilities. Somewhat nitpicky with add on charges, such as parking. Room service food was somewhat sub par for the price, but again excellent service. Hot springs were definitely unexpected but charming. Overall great experience, would definitely go again.
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john bachman
a month ago
The homestead is more of an experience than your run of the mill resort. The grounds are large and exciting to explore. There is a multitude of amenities available to guess but after two days I feel I still haven't run into then all. Hot Springs are a must and I really enjoyed the falconry experience.
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Tazwiah Tucker
2 weeks ago
Absolutely a beautiful place inside and out! The staff is incredible, they go above and beyond to ensure you are having a great experience. Shopping area, spa, golf swimming, casino, you name it and it may very well be at your fingertips. The food is GREAT and the dining room staff make sure the food is fresh and plentiful. A Wonderful place for any occasion!!
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Emily Page
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This was the most disappointing getaway I've had. I called about 2 weeks in advance of my stay to make reservations for pedicures, dinner, and activities. I called 3 times over the course of 3 days and left messages each time, and no one called me back. I finally called again and asked for the hotel manager, and he was able to accommodate my requests, and offered a room upgrade and spa passes to make up for the lack of return calls. Then I received 3 voicemail messages from various people asking if they could help me make a reservation, so the staff clearly don't communicate with each other. When we checked in at 4pm, we went to our room to take a nap, then got up and went to dinner at Sam Snead's tavern where we had a reservation at 7pm. We got to the restaurant only to learn that someone had called at 5:30pm to cancel our reservation. Luckily, they were able to fit us in, but the service by our waiter, Mike, was appallingly bad. The next day, we went for pedicures, and were expecting something really fantastic given that the price was 4 times what one would normally pay for a pedicure elsewhere. While the women were nice who were giving the pedicures, it was just your average run-of-the-mill service that I could have gotten at a salon for $25. We followed that with the cascades hike, and we had heard that the guide, Brian, was really funny and entertaining. Brian was on vacation, so Allen was our guide. So disappointing. He had very little to say and didn't speak loud enough for all 12 of us on the hike to hear him, and he spent most of the time talking with a young woman interested in herbology. We'd all hike ahead, then sit around waiting for 10-15 minutes for the 2 of them to catch up. I couldn't believe we had paid for that. What should have been a 2 to 2 1/2 hour hike ended up being closer to 3 1/2 hours, causing us to miss the daily tea they apparently serve in the lobby. At dinner at Jefferson's that night, they were out of the first 3 glasses of wine we ordered from the menu. The waitress went to one of the other restaurants to see if they had any of them, but no luck. So we finally just said, bring us whatever. I will say that the waitress, Cricket, was very nice and the salmon was excellent. Other than that, the whole place is really run down. There were stains and holes in the furniture, the curtains and carpet were stained and fraying, there was water damage to the prints hanging on the walls, and things just generally seemed to be falling apart. They have displays talking about the history of the place, and they were filthy with dust and bug carcasses. Simple things like making sure the tag for the silverware display matched what was actually on display weren't even right. When we checked in, there were hairs all over the bathroom from the previous guests. When we put out dirty dishes in the hall for clearing, they were still there 24 hours later. They parked a cleaning cart directly in front of the door for several hours, but didn't actually clean our room until around 4:30pm. They didn't give us fresh water glasses or of the complimentary coffee (and no teas were offered at all). Given how much they charge, I was expecting better. On top of your room fee, they also charge a daily "resort service charge" and a dailyfee for you using their parking lot (not even valet). There was also rarely anyone actually at the concierge desk. We had requested a late check-out, but ended up getting up early and leaving because we didn't want to spend any extra time there than we had to. Upon check-out, they asked if we had had a chance to review our invoice but we hadn't even received one yet. If one or two things had gone wrong, I could have overlooked it, but almost every aspect of our stay went wrong. Start to finish, this was a hugely disappointing stay and we won't be returning or recommending the facility.
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Carrie Blackwell
a month ago
Overall, an amazing experience. A few pieces of feedback: too many nickel and dime fees. Ie: charging to go to the warm springs, (which at $17 per person was incredibly high) the $10 parking fee, the svc fee, etc. These small charges added up very quickly, which is a big issue considering the cost of the room was $220/night. Just set a flat rate and include everything. The bath tub was RIDICULOUSLY shallow. In luxury hotels, it's not unreasonable to want to enjoy a soak. The pedastal sink doesn't have much counter space for makeup, curling iron, etc., which wouldnt be a huge issue if there were a mirror in the bedroom. This was only an issue because I was there for a wedding, so makeup and hair were tough to orchestrate whilst sharing the bathroom/mirror with my boyfriend. Also there was not an exhaust fan in the bathroom, so the steam/blow dryer heat were a bit of an issue. I understand this is an older facility so these things are common, and again, overall I enjoyed my stay, these are just small improvements that could be made. In short, the bathrooms are pretty, but could be more functional. There could also be a mini fridge in the room for storing drinks. We ordered room svc, and the burger was overcooked, and the grilled cheese/soup was luke warm, so attention to detail on that front could be improved. However, the food at the wedding we attended was INCREDIBLE, the facility as a whole is gorgeous, and the staff is charming, friendly and helpful. They definitely know how to make you feel special. I'd recommend this resort but also caution that the cost will be much higher on the back end than you expect.
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Steven Chapman
2 months ago
Beautiful, but a bit much. $3.50 for a bottle of water in the gift shop. The ground and rooms are beautiful and customer service is top notch (almost overbearing). The surrounding area has plenty of outdoor activity and reasonably priced food options.