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Omni Bedford Springs Resort

2138 Business 220, Bedford, PA 15522-2026
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 07/02/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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Updated 07/02/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#2 of 10 hotels in Bedford
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Conveniently located within a two hour drive of Washington, DC and Pittsburgh, PA the Omni Bedford Springs is the ideal destination for rejuvenation. The resort recently completed a $120 million restoration and features 216 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites. This historic resort boasts the number one golf course in Pennsylvania, the 30,000 square foot Springs Eternal Spa, 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, 5 restaurants, two pools, 25 miles of hiking trails and a variety of other on-site activities.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Bicycle rental
Game room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Valet parking
Paid internet
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
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Golf course
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Business Center with Internet Access
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Banquet room
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Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
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Steam room
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
24-hour front desk
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Private balcony
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John R wrote a review May 5
23 contributions1 helpful vote
We first visited Bedford Springs Hotel in 2009 and were enchanted by the location, grounds, and interior spaces. It was the day after Christmas and there were some lovely decorations. The food was good in the two restaurants we tried. Our second visit was overnight after meeting our daughter and grandchildren whom we had not seen for more than a year due to COVID-19. It was also our 50th wedding anniversary "splurge." Unfortunately, it was a great disappointment. Ten years have taken their toll on the place, and it looks like the owners and management have not bothered to maintain it. We were also surprised that having paid more for the room than we had ever paid, even on the French Riviera, that our reception was not more welcoming. As required, we turned over our car for valet parking and were asked if we wanted help with our bags. We declined thinking that we would check in and then get some help with them. When you arrive at the portico where you leave your car, you enter what appears to be the main door and find a space that is not the lobby or reception desk. In fact, where that desk is was not marked, so we started hiking, mercifully in the right direction. We arrive at the desk and checked in. We clearly had our bags with us, and I was walking using a cane. The reception clerk did not offer to have our bags transferred and gave us directions to our room, which were so complex that we had to ask her to repeat them. She handed us a floor plan of the massive linear building, but the print was so small that it was useless. Another odd thing happened. She insisted on charging our credit card and additional two hundred dollars as a sort of "incidentals" account. (I figure it was in case we swiped one of the rather lovely woven coverlets on the bed.) When we questioned this, she assured us it would be refunded if there were no charges against it. She neglected to tell us the room was as far away as you could get from the desk. We walked, lugging our bags behind us, and walked, and walked. We walked past the chess table room, around the corner, past the pool, past the snack bar (no one heard us asking to purchase something) past the gift shops, and finally encountered an elevator to take us upstairs. The signage to direct us to the rooms was rather, shall we say "discreet?" Leaving the beat-up looking elevator, we spent a few minutes out of breath deciding which way to go. Happily we were right, and walked another distance to the room. We sat down, exhausted. The thing is, the last time we were there, we were in a much more central location and were not aware that one end of the hotel was in the next county! This place needs many more elevators to help in access at different points. At first the room looked lovely. It was nicely decorated and appeared clean. It soon became apparent that the pristine room we had stayed in previously was no longer the standard here. I cannot complain about the cleanliness, except for the bathroom sink, which appeared to need a good scrubbing. What I found most unfortunate, was the condition of the furnishings. The two tables had either large patches of worn-off finish or were pocked with dings. The TV cabinet had a lot of raw wood showing through the finish. A painted night table between the beds was scraped along the edges of the top, and the bed frames, too, were all banged up. I have seen better furnishings in a much less expensive Mom and Pop-owned B&B. In the bathroom, the shades on the wall sconce were all cracked and broken. I have included photos of these shabby pieces. When we attempted to make reservations for the Tavern, we were told they did not accept reservations but it should not be a problem getting in. Dreading the awful trek back past the reception desk and through a long gallery to the Tavern, we called the desk and asked if a wheel chair was available. It was quickly brought up to the credit of the management. My wife pushed me to the Tavern (not always easy on the heavy (but frayed) carpeting on the way. Arriving at the Tavern, we were told there would be a 25-minute wait. We sat in a long gallery that resembles the deck of a ship on rather uncomfortable chaises longues-style deck chairs. When called, we were ushered to a table. The waiter was very personable and attentive. Unfortunately, because we ordered tremendously complex and difficult dishes (a hamburger and macaroni and cheese), it took the kitchen another half-hour to send them out. Back to the room, where there was only one upholstered chair to sit in (the other being a straight-backed side chair), so we spent a moment watching the TV and called it a night. This was after considering taking a nice hot shower since it has been so cold in the Tavern, but since there were no grab bars or safety devices, my wife talked me out of it. In the morning we agreed to forego breakfast, which would not doubt have been expensive, and decided to leave. We called for help in taking the luggage down and called for the car. My wife pushed me in the wheel chair until we got to the main entrance where the car was ready. She was going to take the wheel chair another 300 yards to the desk, but I talked her out of that, and we left it in the no-name space inside the door. We paid the fourth or fifth person who had helped us, loaded up the car and drove off to grab a bite to eat before leaving Bedford for home, severely disappointed in our stay at what had once been a great hotel. In conclusion, I have to say that the grounds surrounding the hotel are beautiful and were just starting to burst into bloom. Viewing them was very pleasant. I would also suggest that the hotel join the Bedford community by providing information on the attractions in that historic town. Instead, I think they were interested only in getting people to patronize their own expensive services and activities. Sorry to say, we will not be staying at Bedford Springs again and hope that Omni will not run this precious historic jewel into the ground and then abandon it. Don’t forget the $40 million that we Pennsylvania taxpayers provided to restore the old hotel.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Response from Bill Liedholm, General Manager at Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Responded 1 week ago
Dear P5061YNjohnr, Please accept our sincerest apologies regarding your disappointing experience. We truly appreciate your patronage and taking the time to share your feedback. We are honored your chose to celebrate your 50th anniversary with us and spend much needed quality time with family. We will certainly discuss the opportunities you've mentioned, we are always open to suggestions to improve our services for all guests. If you would like to discuss your concerns regarding your stay, please feel free to give us a call. We appreciate the time you took to provide the details so that we may create a better experience regarding your concerns. We hope you were able to make the most of your stay. Thank you, Bill Liedholm General Manager Omni Bedford Springs Resort
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Jeff K wrote a review Apr 2021
Williamsport, Pennsylvania61 contributions47 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
We arrived for a weekend trip during the Easter holiday. We stayed in the "new" wing of the hotel (built in 2007, I think) and the rooms there were amazing - beautifully decorated, elegant, and the patio was great for watching the sunrise. The service was top notch - the staff was friendly and accommodating. The Easter activities for the kids were a lot of fun and well organized. There are several (easy) hiking trails on the property too - some of which take you to the famous mineral springs on the property. There were many things to do - but we didn't have time to do them all. We'll plan a return trip!
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Response from Bill Liedholm, General Manager at Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Responded Apr 8, 2021
Dear PreceptorJR, We're honored you chose to celebrate the holiday weekend with us. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and your patronage. We're thrilled we exceeded your expectations and you had the opportunity to join in on our festivities to make memories. We do hope you will join us again soon for another getaway. Thank you, Bill Liedholm General Manager Omni Bedford Springs Resort
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blancanino wrote a review May 3
Olmsted Falls, Ohio13 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband and I did a 3 night getaway and the place is beautiful and very relaxing! The spa is more expensive that I am used to, but it’s worth every penny and the complimentary “baths” is a luxurious touch. Book it in advance since you also have to reserve the baths too. Our baths originally had to be booked on a different day but I called ahead a few times and there was a cancellation so we were able to do after our massages. We also enjoyed the hiking trails on the property to check out the springs, spent time in the beautiful indoor pool, played chess in the library and booked trap shooting off site. We also spent a lot of time drinking wine in the rocking chairs outside just enjoying the scenery. The only bummer where I take off a star on the rating was Friday night was prom night so the local high schoolers came to the property for pictures - which under normal circumstances may not have been big deal, but it started to rain, so many kids came inside with their families for pictures. This was a nuisance and disrespectful since we as paying guests were required to wear masks on the property, but they just came in huge groups with no masks like they owned the placed. The manager Nicole did do her best to ask them to wear masks or leave. My husband was not happy and complained to her since we felt like we couldn’t go anywhere but our room since kids were in ALL of the sitting locations and were loud. A suggestion would be is to block off certain hallways/locations just for guests and/or offer drinks to guests for the inconvenience. This seemed to be common for the locals to do on prom night to come here, so obviously not a frequent event but not expected for us though on our last night here. Nicole did offer us free breakfast and drink tickets which I appreciated, but in the moment it was just upsetting since we were having a lovely time just relaxing with wine by the fireplace and the mood turned very quickly and was disruptive with not even paying guests. Thankfully the indoor pool was available so once we found somewhere to go, we felt back in vacation mode. Otherwise a great stay. Deluxe king room in the spa section was comfortable and clean. Only wish we would’ve paid for the porch since we didn’t have much of a view. We were first floor looking at a grill and walkway to the outdoor pool.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Bill Liedholm, General Manager at Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Responded 1 week ago
Dear blancoanino, We truly appreciate your patronage and your feedback. Please accept our sincerest apologies regarding the disruptive experience from the local prom visitors, we will certainly discuss your concerns to create a better situation should we have a similar experience next year. We're thrilled you overall enjoyed your getaway and had the opportunity to enjoy time at the Springs Eternal Spa and the indoor pool. We hope you were able to make many memories during your visit and will join us again soon. Thank you, Bill Liedholm General Manager Omni Bedford Springs Resort
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CJ802 wrote a review May 2
Albany, New York11 contributions25 helpful votes
It never ceases to amaze us what a first class operation Omni is considering they have fewer than 60 hotels systemwide. Bedford is our absolute favorite Omni, and one of our favorite hotels worldwide. The level of service and attention to detail is bar none. The historical context, and period photos that decorate the walls, are the icing on the cake. We weren’t even home a day when we booked our next stay. Our only gripe is the resort fee. Given that services have been cut back as the result of the pandemic (self parking, no afternoon tea, etc.), we would have thought that Omni would have dropped the resort fee. This is what we encountered at other resorts that we’ve stayed at during the pandemic, including some city hotels that dropped their amenity fee.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Response from Bill Liedholm, General Manager at Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Responded 1 week ago
Dear CJ802, We are truly honored to be your favorite Omni and one of your favorite hotels worldwide. We appreciate your feedback and are thrilled we continue to exceed your expectations. We certainly understand your concern regarding the offerings throughout the pandemic, but are slowly able to continue to open more of our offerings as the guidelines lift and hope your next visit is even more accommodating then that last. Thank you for your patronage and we look forward to your next getaway. Thank you, Bill Liedholm General Manager Omni Bedford Springs Resort
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md l wrote a review Apr 2021
3 contributions1 helpful vote
It was a pleasant stay. It has great trails to walk, the scenery is fantastic. The staff is helpful and friendly. The spa was extra special. The only drawback(s) is the shower is the room is kind of funky to operate , there was no shampoo (only conditioner) , you can also hear the other guests in their rooms and in the hallway, which is small potatoes in the grand scheme of things. What wasn't up to par is the Crystal Room, the food did not stand out at all. The waitress was fantastic and the dessert was fine. We ate the rest of the time in the frontier bar..the food was fantastic in there.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Response from Bill Liedholm, General Manager at Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Responded 3 weeks ago
Dear 180mdl, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We are thrilled we exceeded your expectations with our level of service and offerings. We truly appreciate the details regarding your stay, so that we may discuss the opportunity to make improvements for all guests, such as the culinary experience in the Crystal Room and ensuring all amenities are provided in the guestrooms. We hope you were able to create many memories during your visit and will join us again soon for another getaway. Thank you, Bill Liedholm General Manager Omni Bedford Springs Resort
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Frequently Asked Questions about Omni Bedford Springs Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Nearby attractions include Old Bedford Village (3.0 miles), Bedford County Covered Bridge Driving Tour (1.5 miles), and National Museum of the American Coverlet (1.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include 10/09 Kitchen, 1796 Room, and Crystal Room.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Omni Bedford Springs Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Omni Bedford Springs Resort?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Old Bedford Village (3.0 miles) and The Historic Lincoln Highway (3.1 miles).