Discover a modern retreat with sparkling pools and mountain views at Omni Charlottesville Hotel. Located in Charlottesville, Virginia adjacent to the historic downtown Pedestrian Mall, this refined atrium hotel is one mile from the University of Virginia and nearby UVA Hospital. Polished rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and spa-style baths with marble and granite. There's also a casual American restaurant and bar, a heated pool, plus activity kits for children.
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This is a very nice, comfortable and friendly Omni! The front desk was very helpful and recommended some places to eat. Walking out into the pedestrian mall is so convenient and easy for dinner and drinks. The room was clean and very nice and had a Keurig coffee maker, which was great. The one down side, is the heater was very noisy and loud which might bother people which it did me and my friends who were in another room. The parking garage is easy to access if you need something in your car and free parking is definitely a plus! We had drinks and snacks in the bar and breakfast in the morning. All good. Figure out the loud heating system and we will be back!
On a multi-day trip through the upper South culminating in a wedding in NC we pulled into the Omni Hotel in Charlottesville after two nights in Gettysburg at the Wyndham. What a difference! For approximately the same price, the Omni offered a much nicer location, nicer rooms, and most importantly, an attentive staff who a) actually delivered on service promises and b) listened to us and made recommendations based on local knowledge and at least some concern for our experience. It may be that I was preconditioned to over-react to any semblance of concerned service after staying at the Gettysburg Wyndham, but I am puzzled at some of the other comments on this hotel. We found the rooms to be clean and not particularly dated. There was one minor maintenance problem with our room (nonfunctioning outlet) that was fixed immediately after we reported it, a level of responsiveness you don't often see these days. Likewise puzzled about negative comments on the location - the pedestrian mall may have suffered during COVID, but there was a perfectly adequate inventory of restaurants, bars and stores within a five min walk. We are pretty mobile senior walking types, and within a 5 min walk you can get excellent coffee, tapas, barbeque, soup/salad, Southern, French cuisine etc. Expand the search area to a 20 min radius and it's hard to believe you will not be satisfied with the large assortment of low-end and premium food and the UV campus (well worth the walk). If I were visiting Charlotte I would stay here again without hesitation. So, four or five stars? Always a tough call. The Omni is clearly not in the same league as the Four Seasons, my benchmark for five star hotels, but considering the excellent price and the service, which is something that you cannot fake with a coat of paint or new furniture, I am calling this one a five star. Free covered parking is included, and access to local attractions such as Monticello is good.…
Run from this hotel. It is old and creepy. Very few travelers were there the night we were there. The staff was trying to do as little as possible to get you on your way and out of their hair. The hotel is dark, old and smelly. Looks like a scene from a 1980’s movie. I wanted to run when we pulled up out front and everything was dark and no valet. A guy runs out waves his arms toward a parking garage for us to self park. Thank goodness we had eaten on the way. Don’t believe they have a restaurant open until nine. They don’t! I think we may have been the only people on our entire floor. Scary! Much better options out there! They are not interested in good service only the bottom line.
We spent a weekend in Charlottesville to see Monticello and visit some wineries. First the good:- Location (hotel is downtown and easy to walk to restaurants), - Parking (included and in an attached ramp) - Restaurant service (both breakfast (the omelet maker) and dinner service was great) The bad: - this hotel has serious housekeeping and safety issues -Cleanliness (when we arrived at our room the bathroom toilet had been used and had not been flushed). In this age of covid, RSV, flu, etc- it is an expectation to have a clean room. I understand hotels are cutting back on service- but an unfleshed toilet is simply disgusting and unacceptable. -Safety (When my husband left to take a couple bags to the car before we checked out, he put the do-not-disturb/privacy sign on the door because I was still in the room. Despite this, housekeeping keyed the room (without knocking) and came into the room while I was dressing. It was a horrifying and terrifying experience. The resolution: We were moved to a different room after discovering the unfocused toilet and given breakfast vouchers. After the housekeeping incident, we were given a $50 food credit. We were NOT contacted by a manager with an apology. The safety issue of having a housekeeper key a room without knocking is very real. We had not checked out and had a privacy sign on the door. I would warn everyone NOT to stay at this property and if you do, be sure to put the extra latch on- even in the daytime. …
My husband and I stayed here for a 3-night getaway. I'm giving it 4 stars because the location is excellent. As some others as noted, don't expect this to be as nice as an Omni in larger cities. It's more like a 3-star hotel, the room and bathroom were small, shower is connected to the bath with a shower curtain, no separate rain shower with a sliding door, which I prefer. That said, I would stay here again for the location. The hotel was clean and housekeeping was phenomenal - available every day and well staffed. I would avoid the restaurant, this was understaffed and overpriced. I would not pay a lot of money for this hotel, we got a good rate because we stayed during the week and got the Senior rate. Parking is connected and free, which is another perk. I waffled about staying here or the Boar's Head resort. Next time, I will try the Boar's Head resort, we drove around and the Boar's Head feels more like a vacation / resort getaway. However, I did not see the rooms - that part scared me because I've read mixed reviews. That said, the Omni is convenient to everything, it was nice to be able to walk to fantastic restaurants outside the door at the Pedestrian Mall or down the street near U of VA.…
Very nice hotel and excellent location right at the Downtown Mall. However, still need to drive if you want to go anywhere other than the Downtown Mall area. Very clean. But NOT worth the price ($240 on Thursday night and $529 on Friday night). King room was a good size but the bathroom was very small. TV reception was poor. No special perks whatsoever.
Stayed here for a conference, but for the two days I was here, their wifi was broken. For a business trip, this is not acceptable. While apologetic, they kept saying that their IT team was still working on the problem. Lack of working wifi aside, the hotel is tired. While the location on the mall is great, the rooms are in desperate need of a refresh. I would not stay here again.
The Omni staff was friendly and professional. My room was spotless and comfortable. The Omni is in a great location, there are numerous restaurants and stores just minutes away. The breakfast in the hotel was excellent.
I waffled between two and three stars. First, the staff was great. Second, the location is ideal. The back door is the pedestrian mall with shops/restaurants/bars. However, the hotel needs a lot of work. It feels like a 1990 time capsule. The AC in my room didn’t work great (although it worked just enough if you put it as far down as possible) and it smelled like mildew. I stayed two nights, but if it was more I would have asked to move rooms because of the odor. This hotel was not as nice as other omni hotels I’ve stayed in. I wouldn’t return here unless it was renovated.
Located very close to pedestrian precinct of downtown Charlottesville with excellent location to restaurants and early morning coffee shops for those in need of espresso. Hotel is starting to show age in parts but very well maintained and clean. Rooms are a good size but bathroom small. Also some rooms face inwards i.e. over the large lobby are. Hotel parking is free for guests. Staff are very friendly.
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