Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate Plans Renovation

USA, Orlando, Florida. April 09, 2020

Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate announced plans for a renovation that includes fully reimagined guest rooms, villas, as well as exciting updates to public spaces and meeting rooms, which will elevate the overall guest and meetings experience. Slated to begin in June and for completion in early Fall 2020, all 720 guest rooms and suites will be updated with new furnishings, carpet, and décor including lighting, paint, artwork, linens, drapery and bathroom restoration, with no detail being left untouched. All 49 villas will be refreshed with new light fixtures, chandeliers, furniture, new larger TV's and interior design.

Omni Orlando Resort features 248,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor function space. By the end of January 2020, new carpet will be installed throughout the main resort. This will cover the ballrooms, foyers, and breakout spaces. Past guests will not even recognize the space as they walk down the brightly lit, beautiful plush carpeted corridors.

In December 2019, the lobby was revitalized with new carpeting, a refinished woodwork bar, modern furnishings, draperies, and a new chandelier. David's Club, one of the property's nine unique on-site restaurants, known for their bourbons, crafts and cuts, was also reimagined in December. The restaurant's refresh includes new wall coverings, carpet, classic leather seating, gorgeous wood tables, additional flat screen TVs and refinished wood flooring providing the perfect environment to enjoy amazing food and the biggest sporting events.

An upscale, yet comfortable AAA Four Diamond golf resort and spa, Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate reflects understated elegance, sensible luxury and natural beauty. Set within a 1,200-acre footprint, the resort is nestled just minutes away from Orlando's popular attractions, but without the distractions. In addition to world-class golf, the resort offers a signature spa and five sparkling pools, making it the perfect getaway for adults and children alike.

"We are thrilled to announce these resort renovations," said Robert Stanfield, Area Managing Director of Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate. "Once complete, the property will stand out as a modern destination and meeting resort that will continue to deliver an unparalleled level of quality to our guests and group business."

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