Looking for a place to stay in Corpus Christi? Then look no further than Omni Corpus Christi Hotel, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Corpus Christi to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Omni Corpus Christi Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, as a valued Omni Corpus Christi Hotel guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
Nearby landmarks such as K Space Contemporary (0.2 mi) and Loteria Corpus Christi Mural (0.2 mi) make Corpus Christi Omni a great place to stay when visiting Corpus Christi.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to Vietnam Restaurant, Thai Spice Restaurant, or Aka Japanese Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Omni Corpus Christi.
If you’re looking for something to do, USS LEXINGTON (1.0 mi), Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge (0.8 mi), and Selena Memorial-Mirador De La Flor (0.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Corpus Christi Omni.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Omni Corpus Christi Hotel as you experience everything Corpus Christi has to offer.
for the price they ask you can find much better places. Room Noisy, balcony dirty. Hotel car parking very expensive. Breakfast is good but for the price they ask for it has to be. Overall definitely not worth for the money you pay !
My Husband and I booked a 2 day trip to Corpus for his birthday. The front desk staff was very warm and friendly. We were given a upgrade room facing the bay! That was a nice surprise! The hotel was a bit older and rooms sofa and carpet showed signs of wear. However, everything in the room was very clean. The only problem I had was it was difficult to get the front desk when I called from my room.. The buffet breakfast was amazing!!!! Eggs, omelets and waffles to order! George the buffet chef was amazing!!!! He surprised my husband with a piece of cheese cake for his birthday! That was such so nice of George! Kudos!!! to the house keeping staff. Thank you for having integrity/being honest and turning in my very expensive wedding ring I left in the bathroom after checking out.
Check in was slow, only 2 clerks at a busy check-in July 15-18 weekend. Nice, clean room with a great view. Staff, though very minimal - no housekeeping some days - was friendly. Republic of Texas Bar & Grill, touted as high-end, was only highly priced! Wait times once seated was unbelievable. I waited 25 minutes to just be acknowledged by waitress. My friends waited 45 minutes before they got up and left. Wine was way overpriced for the quality. Topsider Lounge Bar, on the 2nd floor, was the BEST experience, bartenders Donnie and Ken were super energetic and entertaining. Great fun watching them make drinks. They both had great suggestions for outings, as well as directions, jokes and conversation. Made the hotel choice worthwhile! The pool / hot tub were super crowded, lots of kids. The water didn't appear super clean. Too far from a beach for me.…
We stayed here for two nights, July 6th and 7th. The hotel has extremely poor service. Upon arrival and check in, there were no luggage carts available. Our attempt to get a cart sent is from one worker to another. No luck. We finally had to follow a bell hop into a back room where he gave us a cart with a flat tire. There were several broken carts in storage. The hotel will not clean your room. They have no maid service. We finally had to track down a housekeeper on another floor for clean towels. Trash was not emptied. Room was never vacuumed. Amenities were not refreshed. The front desk relayed they did not have housekeeping services. As a guest who has stayed at this hotel in the past, I was appalled by the uncaring attitude of the front desk and the lack of basic services. I planned our stay here thinking we would experience a relaxing two day getaway at a luxury facility. We did not. My recommendation is to skip the Omni if you looking for a supposed four star hotel.…
We are not a high-end hotel family. We are more of a Fairfield Inn with a complimentary breakfast kind of family. I have heard rave reviews about the Omni franchise. My husband and I had a weekend available and thought splurging a little would be a fun thing. How I wish I had just stuck with tradition and saved the money... We booked a marina-facing room. Had to call multiple times to make sure that the correct room was booked as this is apparently a confusing request. We wanted that lovely ambiance of siting on the balcony on a summer evening while watching the fireworks. Did we get what we reserved? Well, maybe. We were not the furthest room away from the waterfront, but the one just in front of that. We could see about 1/4 of the closest t-head marina thus putting the neighboring building squarely in the middle of our view. At 4 pm the day we arrived, we were told there was absolutely nothing else available and no upgrades were possible on check-in. The room was hot and humid. We were able to get a fan from the front desk rather quickly which is the only way it was even bearable. Despite the numerous stains on the carpet, the room was clean and adequate although anything but spacious. The photos are deceiving. Just about everyone that I met at the hotel was kind and polite, but that's about as far as it goes. Most questions that I asked were met with a blank stare and an accompanying, "I don't know." There was a list of activities that were planned for the holiday weekend including a family movie on Saturday and Sunday nights on the pool deck as well as some sort of party on the deck on Saturday night. No movie on either night and the party was just loud top 40 being played. The marina fireworks were moved from 9:30 to 9 pm by the city. While I realize that the hotel had no responsibility in that, it would have been very appropriate for them to let guests (who are clearly not from the area) know about the time change. They have the ability to text asking what time you are going to arrive, I'm sure they could have sent out an alert. Food: The top floor dinner restaurant was booked the entire time we were there so we ate elsewhere. The restaurant on the 2nd floor was where we ate breakfast both days. Listening to the restaurant manager yell tasks across the restaurant to the staff was a bit of a deal-breaker for me. Open bussing stations full of dirty dishes. Breakfast x 2 days was mediocre and over $40 for the two of us each time. We had to send back one breakfast because it was made incorrectly while the other had a burnt English muffin for eggs Benedict that I just scraped off and ate anyway because I was hungry. Omelets were ridiculously greasy and hash browns so salty in places they were nearly inedible while being completely unseasoned in others. Coffee is bitter (from the girl from Seattle… I know good coffee). The pricing was very inconsistent with charging $14 for a meal but $7 to add berries to oatmeal. Come on! Pool deck: there were holes in nearly all the lounge chairs, old cigarette butts on the deck, peeling paint on everything, signs prohibiting outside food/beverages yet people are sitting with them everywhere, and the advertisement of “full bar” with poolside service is a joke. The bar was woefully understaffed and the bartender was at least honest when they told me that they could make what I requested but that I really wouldn't like it. The rest of the drinks tasted watered down and were just ok. The ladies' room at the pool had rusted, broken, unusable, and disgusting sanitary trash cans in the stalls along with a broken paper towel dispenser. The parking garage is in desperate need of attention. There was trash, debris, and even a dead bird nearly everywhere you looked where vehicles weren't parked. Just disgusting. Omni, you did not live up to your name.…