This four diamond luxury hotel, situated on 11 lush acres overlooking Rock Creek National Park, has hosted a distinguished list of travelers since 1930. This urban retreat has a resort like atmosphere that embraces the character of its past while providing the modern amenities desired by today's travelers. Guests can unwind by the seasonal outdoor pool, work out in the state of the art fitness center, or delight in the culinary options available in the hotel's outlets. Just steps from the National Zoo and the Woodley Park Red Line Metro stop, this elegant hotel puts guests within easy reach of DC's most popular attractions.
The large bathtub--one of the great things about older hotels Location close to the metro Friendly staff
Have stayed many times - the experience is always great
A party on our floor was raging til 4am when it was finally ended due to police intervention despite many phone call to front desk beginning at 10pm. Got $50 off stay but should have been completely comped.
The gym was exceptional and housekeeping was nice for cleaning my two tee shirts for me the night before I had to leave free of charge.
Everyone else that wasn't at the gym or cleaned my t for free wasn't very nice. I always smile and say thank you and please it isn't even hard to be nice to me. Just polite would be enough but most the staff was pretty confrontational for no reason it was a torture b/c i don't like confrontation at all. It's doesn't seem that hard to me to simply answer to a question without a frown. Makes me feel very bad. Hated that really. And they made me wait like 20 mins at the restaurant and didn't take my order. All I did was ask to sit next to the garden (smiled said please and even thank you).
Friendly, helpful staff. The hotel a little fart from most of the attractions, but It was within walking distance from the metro, the zoo, and some great little restaurants. Rooms were clean and comfortable.
We did not know in advance that we had to pay roughly $50 a night for parking... I stayed at a Hilton in DC a few years ago and we had free parking. Other than that I have no complaints :)
Great big rooms. Marble tiles in the bathroom made it beautiful when waking up at the morning. At the back of the hotel has a beautiful stares and magnificent spot to eat and take pictures. Valet parking was very friendly and quick. Has good use of teachnoogy.
Parking was extra. I know in DC it's though in parking but hotel should be able to provide free parking.hotel should provide free breakfast. Beside that I like everything. Had good time there.
Had excellent service. Pool and gym were a plus. So close to the Metro where you take the red line with no transfers to get to the center where all tourist attractions are.
A grand historic hotel in the quiet NW section of DC but yet close to everything with beautiful grounds and WONDERFUL staff! My choice to stay anytime in DC.
close to metro, allows dogs
too big of a hotel
Comfortable and quiet room. Very close to Zoo and Metro station that made getting around the city very easy.
Everything- I always have an excellent stay at the Omni- recommend it highly.
Location, service, ambiance
Walls are thin so you can hear everything
My key didn't work as soon as I got there and I had to go back downstairs twice and then they had to send someone to program to key to the door. The style of the hotel is not modern at all its very old style which I didn't like.
For the past 10 years we have enjoyed a family tradition of celebrating Memorial Day weekend by "opening" the Omni pool. Our four children and six grand children, all of whom live in the DC area, spend the whole weekend "hanging out" poolside . The Omni is a perfect place for our annual mini family reunion. It is easily the best outdoor pool in the city, and possibly within a 100 miles.
There is nothing about the Omni that we don't like.