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The Omni Homestead Resort
Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Hot Springs
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Reviewed May 30, 2013

First: we love it here. It is peaceful and there is a lot to do. You can come and play golf, go falconing, drive through an obstacle course, or you can sit and do nothing except drink mudslides at the pool.

Second: location. We are from the DC area and don't want to have to fly to get to vacation, because of a) the hassle of flying b) the added expense and c) because of the fact that some people in a family like to pack a lot. It is about a 3.5 hour drive from DC. It's an easy drive out 66 to 81 and then back roads. Little note - don't speed on your drive, troopers work the roads heavily. Believe me.

Third: the resort. The place is beautiful. While it dates back to 1766, most of the construction seems to be early 20th century. It has a very jazz age feel. It is very stately. There is a wonderful pool area on one side and an equally extravagant indoor pool on the other side of the property. There is a lot of improving going on. A new water slide and lazy river has just been installed in the outdoor pool and a completely new spa (very high end from what I am told) is being put in near the indoor pool. There are many activities to choose from, generally at a charge, which is not often minimal.
Four: dining: the main dining room is an old school dining room, featuring local foods. A jacket is required for dinner. At breakfast you will find just about the best buffet anywhere. At dinner there is a jazz trio and dancing is encouraged. It is a lovely, elegant evening. There is also a Sam sneads pub ( Snead himself is buried just down the road - he learned to play at the homestead). The pool, golf areas and lobby also have basic foods to choose from.
Five: the service. The service can best be described as sincere. We have been coming here for ten years and we have seen many of the faces many times. They do everything they can to make you feel warm and special and appreciated. But this is not a city and the pace is maybe just a little slower
Six: activities. Golf is the big draw with two great courses. They are making an effort to update their offerings. Best things: a hike with a naturalist, kayaking on the nearby lake moomaw or jackson river and falconing. Come on, where else can you go falconing? Oh, and take a plunge in the Jefferson pools. So very very relaxing.
Comparisons: nothing gainst the greenbriar But we found that place to be too stuffy. What we wanted to do was to enjoy ourselves without having to worry about what we wore when we were walking around. At the Greenbrier it just seemed that we were being told exactly what to wear all day long in every part of the property. The homestead remains a class establishment, but it doesn't rub it in your face all day.
I'm not sure everyone will love the homestead. But we do and we will keep coming back.

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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded June 5, 2013

Thank you for sharing your positive experiences at The Homestead. It is always good to hear from our repeat guests as your opinions are very valuable to us. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay and that you consider our historic resort your favorite vacation destination! We are looking forward to welcoming you back again and again!

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Reviewed May 29, 2013

My wife and I traveled there with our good friends for a long 3 day weekend over Memorial Weekend. Our friends had been there 3 years in a row so luckily they had known to book our dinners, massagaes and golf ahead of time because of how busy it gets. We both showed up at around noon, well before our check in but we all got our rooms before 2pm. In the meanwhile we drank some beers on the front porch and walked the beautiful grounds. It looks like there is a lot of work going on still to get ready for the summer but it didnt take away from our enjoyment. Our friends room was right down the hall from ours and they had a great balcony which we all enjoyed with some wine and cheese. Our room was very nice, more spacious than I thought it might be because we had the resort room. The A/C was broken but after calling about it they came to fix it within 30 minutes. I do agree with another post I saw about towels, for the price you pay the towels are very scratchy. An upgrade might be needed and maybe some new pillows as well. That night we went to go eat at the Casino Restaurant because we heard the prices at the Main Dining area were outragous. Luckily we had a reservation so we walked right in for our table. The service was very lacking here, the waiter came to the table maybe 5 times all night and wasnt friendly at all but the food was great. It took maybe an hour for the food to come out but we werent in a hurry at all. The resort is def trying to become more kid friendly and we can appreciate that because we have a 1 year old so there are kids everywhere. Even the table beside us had a child asleep across 2 chairs. The next morning, I went to play golf on the Old Course with my friend and loved the course. The whole time you have beautiful views of The Homestead and the course was in great shape. My wife went to get a massage, she said the massage was fantastic, the only problem was when we booked the massage they said Canyon Ranch Spa would be open. We wouldnt have booked the masssage if we knew she had to do it in a hotel room that was closed off. During the day on Saturday we enjoyed the adult only pool, hot spring and hot tub at the Canyon Ranch, at least that was open for Memorial Weekend. It was nice not to hear any kids crying or screaming here and since it was a soft opening for them I assume they will get more food and drinks there. Right now, its like 2 sandwiches and then 3 beers and 3 wines. We would have appreciated a mixed drink down there as well. That night we went to the Waterwheel for dinner which is much cheaper than The Homestead and about a 10 minute drive. I highly recommend it. Wine even at the Casino casual restaurant ran about $48 where at Waterwheel the wine ran around $30 and was personally recommended to us in their wine cellar. Later that night, after dnner we came back to our friends room for the fireworks and some more wine on the patio. Their room had a fridge so we were able to bring some of our wine and also some cheese. Down below there was the Memorial Day BBQ with a band but from our friends experience its very overpriced and no alcohol is included. The next morning we went to Martha's Market again for our delicious breakfast sandwich and coffee, only cost us $18 which is a deal there compared to anywhere else and then hit the trail for a hike around the property of around 4.4 miles. Overall, our experience there was great, the only thing I see as a problem and its a recurring theme all over Trip Advisor is the price for food/alcohol here and their crazy expensive resort fees. If they dont improve the prices it really going to hurt for familes coming there and thats what they seem to be leaning toward with the water park and mini golf. I would suggest eating off the grounds and bringing some good bottles of your own wine if things dont change.

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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded June 5, 2013

Thank you for writing about your Memorial Day weekend visit with friends. We appreciate all your suggestions and observations which we will use as tools for improvement. We are delighted you were one of the first to enjoy our new Spa Garden, which is an adults-only pool sanctuary and features indigenous hot springs, therapeutic geothermal mineral baths, Finnish Sauna and reflexology walk. You are right that when you were here, it was a soft opening for the Spa Garden, and we will be expanding our food and beverage offerings in this new amenity. We regret our new Canyon Ranch SpaClub was not open and available during your stay, but it will be debuting in the next few days -- we hope you and your wife will return soon to experience it!

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

Just got back from a Memorial Weekend visit to The Homestead, and we were glad we went. We last visited Hot Springs nearly 14 years ago, and boy, has the place changed. Gone are some of the gardens, and in their place is a modern pool area with a lazy river and large water slides for the kids. In addition, the grounds have been updated a bit, and construction is everywhere. The spa is set to open next month (figures!), but the adult-only area (fitness and pool area) looked tempting from a distance (we were there with our 3 teenagers, so we opted for a more family oriented stay). The arrival process was as expected; our room was ready, and our bags were brought semi-promptly. The room itself as adequate - we have stayed in better here, but as we were visiting on a whim (and a Groupon), we didn't expect to be bowled-over. And talking about bowling, we did miss the ol' alley; we were told that it is under reclamation for part of the spa but that it will be relocated at a later date. We hope so, because we have wonderful memories from years ago... The activities have been updated a little bit since our last visit; my wife and 2 kids did the Segway tour, which they found pretty cool despite the overwhelming outward appearance of true nerd-dom. My oldest son and i chose to mountain bike; it was a bit of a workout, but the single track trails were pretty decent. We caught a movie one night, but we were VERY disappointed that it was not shown in the actual theatre - we never caught the reason why, but we lazed around on couches in a conference room instead, with free popcorn and lemonade. We had one dinner on property - at Sam Snead's Tavern; it was good (I had the trout, like I always have) but the prices were a bit over the top for the quantity / quality. The biggest bang for your buck has always been the breakfast - a buffet-style set-up with everything imaginable, including an omelet station, a waffle station, and the best dang home-made donuts you will ever taste. After breakfast, our kids rarely needed anything else until dinner (they ate like they had never seen food). My one gripe about the room had to be the bed - it was small, not terribly comfortable, and the pillows needed some updating. I'm still sore from the 2nd night, tossing and turning a bit (or was that the biking followed by tennis, something else that I haven't done in nearly a decade...). Our kids really enjoyed exploring the old place, finding rooms that seemed lost in time. They were intrigued by the number of phone booths and message rooms, where years ago the elite and the press made important phone calls (the concept of days before cell phones was kinda lost on them). But, it is always an adventure to just walk around the building, taking in the history and wondering just what it was like when the movers and shakers used to trek to Hot Springs. As others have said, it needs some updating, but they are trying. I just hope that they maintain the charm (hint - bowling alley) that used to draw us back every so often, years ago. If you have never been, or if it's been a while, it is worth the trip into the mountains to visit this ol' place. There is some indescribable charm that is very Virginian.

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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded June 4, 2013

We were certainly glad to welcome you back after all these years, and appreciate your review of your recent visit. We are glad that you were able to enjoy some of our updated activities like our Segway tours and mountain biking. It is good that you also enjoyed our time-honored traditions of a bountiful buffet breakfast in our historic Main Dining Room and Allegheny Mountain Trout at Sam Snead’s Tavern. We are currently planning on opening a Family Fun Center that will include bowling and other activities. We hope you will come back in the not too distant future to experience our new Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Homestead which will be debuting in the next couple of weeks.

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

We stayed one night for a wedding being held at the resort. The weather was picture perfect and i would have to say the same for the hotel as we came up the drive to the main entrance, The rockers on the porch, the grand lobby (where tea is served daily at 3), and the beautiful outdoor space and pools make you feel as if you're entering the world of Great Gatsby meets Dirty Dancing The facility was incredibly busy being a holiday weekend, but they moved people through the line to leave our luggage and to check in quite efficiently.We were fortunate to have our room ready at 12:30, well before check-in, so we were able to unpack and had time to explore the property before the 5:00 wedding.
The Good
The hotel is grand! From the rotunda ceilings to the elegant seating areas, the hotel is truly charming.
The room was adorable with plantation shutters and a french door leading to the wrought iron chairs on the patio , and the beds, tho only double - are WONDERFULLY comfortable! We were in the Garden Wing on the ground floor, and i would have enjoyed seeing what the rest of the rooms were like.
The grounds are magnificent! Being the first official weekend of summer, it did seem that some work was still being done throughout the resort, but nothing to take away from the experience.
The front desk clerk, valets, bellman and housekeeping staff were all delightful!
The shuttle service seemed to come quite frequently.
The golf course looks beautiful, tho we only mini golfed so I can't offer an opinion!
The Not AS Good
VERY expensive, and some of the costs were a bit hidden. A daily resort fee (which seemed to be a way to APPEAR to charge less for the rooms) and a daily parking fee were a bit of a surprise (and i swore it said parking was complimentary) when our bill came. Just about everything is extra despite the "resort fee" charge. It was $14 to play mini golf!
It was about 65 degrees out and we hoped to go in the lazy river (and plenty of folks were in the pools), but the water was QUITE chilly. I'm not sure if it was heated or not, but it was too chilly for me to go in!
We ate lunch at Sam Sneads tavern. The hostess seemed to disappear so when no one seated us, we elected to sit at the bar. Service was just OK and the menu is fairly limited and pretty pricey, tho my son and i split a club sandwich, which was quite good and it was MORE than enough for each of us.
The daily tea was VERY well attended and it looked quite nice tho we didn't do more than pass through.
The front desk clerk didn't tell us as much about the offerings as would have been nice to know tho there were other people in the lobby who i believe were there to help guests to navigate the facility. The shuttle service is available to take you all over and brochures were provided, but recommendations are always appreciated! The hot springs are actually 5 miles away and we weren't sure we'd have time to get there and back. And had we known Martha's Market was there, we would have grabbed a sandwich there!
As nice as the hotel is, the towels are STILL scratchy!

All in all, the wedding we attended was spectacular (GORGEOUS rooms for both the cocktail hour and dinner and OUTSTANDING food!) and our experience was one I would definitely rate as EXCELLENT!

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded June 4, 2013

Thank you for sharing the highlights of your Memorial Day weekend visit to attend a wedding. Our historic resort was indeed busy at that time with families and couples enjoying our many activities. We are glad you enjoyed your stay – and you were one of the first to experience our new Miniature Golf Course, inspired by our world-famous Cascades Golf Course. We do appreciate all your comments and suggestions, and we will use them as tools for improvement. (We do currently charge $5.00 per day for self-parking or valet parking.) We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you back again soon.

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Reviewed May 28, 2013

We stayed for a few days over Memorial Day weekend and for the most part really enjoyed ourselves. The hotel is beautiful but in need of some spucing up as there are many areas with chipping paint, stained carpets and scratched furniture. It is a very large property so I understand how difficult it must be to maintain, having said that, the prices they charge for the accommodations are high as well as the prices for the food. We were quite surprised as the location is very remote and should not command such high prices, especially for the resort fees. There are many activities to choose from and there is a charge for each. Other than the resort itself, there is not much in the local area so it is nice to have a number of options on the property, however, it can get expensive. The cost of our 2 night stay came to $1600 just for my husband and myself. Another thing that we were not happy with is the lack of dining options. There is a small bar that does offer "bar food" and then Marthas Cafe which serves light fare and the main dining room is another option on the property. Making reservations was a problem as we were told when we arrived that the hotel was full. We were finally able to make reservations at Sam Sneads which is very close by and the hotel will provide a shuttle. The food is once again pricey for the area and not very good. On our last night we were able to get a reservation in the Main Dining Room and it was excellent. The room itself is very elegant and romantic with quiet music and a dress code which we love to see! I reserved a once bedroom suite which had a very large bedroom area with a chaise lounge and sitting area. The living room was quite large with a fireplace and an glass enclosed porch. I liked the furnishings but some need to be replaces as they were quite worn. The windows were in dire need of cleaning and we were not happy with the small bathroom. One small sink with no areas for storage and no separate shower. We did have a wonderful view and I did love the size of our suite but it was quite pricey. One other thing I did not mention is that there were so many families with children running all over. The lobby is beautiful with many nice sitting areas however, there were so many baby stollers everywhere that we had a difficult time finding a place to have a glass of wine. I was later told that the property is aiming to attract more families than just couples so I do not think I would book something for just two. Overall, it is a lovely property in need of some work but is worth a stay to check off our bucket list.

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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded May 29, 2013

Thank you for choosing The Homestead to spend your Memorial Day weekend. The resort was definitely alive with families and couples enjoying all that we have to offer, including our new Allegheny Springs family pool with lazy river and slides, as well as our new Miniature Golf Course which opened just in time for the holiday, and our new adults-only Spa Garden outdoor pool with geothermal spring, spring-fed pools, river reflexology bed and more. The Homestead's multi-million dollar Next Chapter also features enhanced guest rooms and public areas as well as new dining options, including a new conveniently located Lobby Bar, and Canyon Ranch SpaClub which will be debuting in the next couple of weeks. Our new Jefferson's Grille will also be opening in the next few weeks. We do hope that we will have the pleasure of welcoming you back again soon and experiencing more of what we have to offer.

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Reviewed May 28, 2013 via mobile

We took the long weekend to visit this hotel. The weather was unseasonably cold- but that didn't stop the hotel from pulling together all sorts of fun activities for a family getaway. As soon as we checked in we were given a 4 page booklet with an hourly list of all the fun things to do- including mini-golf, archery, family bingo, a magic show, wine pairing lesson, paintball, horseback riding, etc. The list went on and on - and of course this didn't include the heated pools that included a lazy river & 2 water slides. Plus, although the spa is under renovations & will be fully open in a few weeks- the adult only spa pool is a gorgeous hang-out spot as is the natural hot spring hot tub at the spa!
We enjoyed our weekend away- The Homestead is a beautiful property & the renovations will only make it better!
During the very busy weekend though it seemed the kitchens at the different restaurants we ate at were slow & we waited a good bit for simple meals like soup & salads. Also, the Main Dining Hall could've easily used another chef on hand to make omelettes & eggs.
Sam Sneads Tavern is a great pub off property- I highly recommend the rainbow trout & honey roasted brussel sprouts. However, we took a hike out on the North trail one day & would've enjoyed a great lunch there as we came along the pub - but it's only open for dinner.
Regardless the old world charm of this property along with so many options of things to do with the family made for a pleasant holiday.

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HomesteadResort, General Manager at The Omni Homestead Resort, responded to this reviewResponded May 29, 2013

Thank you for visiting The Homestead over the Memorial Day weekend and for sharing the highlights from your stay. We are glad that you enjoyed some of the extracurricular activities we planned for the holiday weekend such as family bingo, magic shows, and wine pairing lessons to name a few – all in addition to the more than thirty recreational activities we have from which to choose. It is also good to know you enjoyed our world-famous rainbow trout at Sam Snead’s Tavern! Thank you again for your observations and suggestions which are very helpful to us as we strive to make improvements. We look forward to welcoming you and your family back for another visit.

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Reviewed May 27, 2013

I dare you to find another resort quite like the Homestead in the Western Hemisphere. You may well spend most of your life trying. This colonial-era resort, built in the quaint, beautiful mountain resort hamlet of Hot Springs, is unlike anything I had ever seen. I was surprised with a two night stay here for my birthday (I didn't even know where we were going until we arrived), and it was both exhilarating and relaxing in every breath.

For starters, when you see the resort off the road, it will boggle your mind that this massive, ages-old structure could sprout out of the earth in the middle of nowhere. It looks somewhat out of place in Hot Springs, but also spectacular. The architecture is very colonial, and it is nothing if not huge. You'll need a map to orient yourself when you first arrive. The lobby is pretty awe-inspiring with old Southern-style appointments, a piano, and wonderful places to sit and relax. The front desk staff was on the ball--not fancy and formal, but on the ball. There are multiple wings, and we could tell that some were updated and modern--ours was not. It was a very old room, but this made it even cooler. The bed was very comfortable, and the bathroom was the exception--it was quite modern and comfortable. I wouldn't call the room stunning, but then again, we hadn't booked a suite or anything extravagant (those looked pretty impressive). It was more than adequate, though, and it's not the kind of place where you want to stay in your room too much.

Another note--the Homestead is a popular golfing destination, and as we didn't golf, we missed a big part of the experience. We heard others talk about this being one of their favorite courses that they play, though.

We did two activities while here (they have tons of them). We took the shuttle out to Thomas Jefferson's hot springs and soaked for a while. Don't miss this--these amazing things are REALLY out of antiquity and as relaxing as you can imagine. We also went horseback riding, which was fantastic. The year round heated pool and oversize hot tub--with steam rising into the crisp February air--was always our pre-bedtime treat. The food was superb. We loved the massive breakfast buffet every morning in the fancy dining room. We got room service the night of my birthday and while very expensive, was adequate if not extremely memorable.

The history of the resort is also fascinating, as is the guest list. Presidents would vacation here as well as the American upper crust. The historical tour is DEFINITELY a must, even for those who don't care much about history. This is one thing about the Homestead--it has a bit of a stuff feel at times. Not so much the staff, but the other guests. You had better be dressed nice at all times as you make your way around, or you'll feel very out of place.

At the same time, enjoying a drink by the fireplace in an oversize library with tabletop checkerboards can't ever get old after a day on the slopes or whatever it is you choose to do there.

I can't wait to go and give the Homestead a try this summer. The scenery is stunning, and if you can get a good deal, it will completely rejuvenate you if you choose to call it home for a weekend.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank you for your glowing review about your visit to The Homestead and for posting the very nice photographs! We're pleased you enjoyed your stay, in particular the historic Jefferson Pools in Warm Springs, your accommodations, our year-round outdoor heated pool, the cuisine (especially our bountiful breakfast), history tour and just relaxing by the fire. We look forward to welcoming you back this summer to experience more of what The Homestead is all about!

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Address: 7696 Sam Snead Highway, Hot Springs, VA 24445-2775
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Location: United States > Virginia > Hot Springs
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Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Hot Springs
Price Range: $197 - $515 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4.5 star — The Omni Homestead Resort 4.5*
Number of rooms: 483
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Open since 1766, The Omni Homestead is one of America's most storied resorts, offering unparalleled hospitality and southern charm in a 2,000-acre setting within the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Virginia. Renowned for its natural hot springs, The Homestead is distinguished by 483 luxurious guest rooms and suites, 72,000 square feet of meeting space, a wide array of fine and casual dining choices, an expansive spa, championship golf courses that include one of the nation's finest mountain courses (The Cascades), Allegheny Springs, a two-acre family-friendly water attraction complete with lazy river, water slides and water play zone. The resort also offers the South's first downhill ski area, an Equestrian Center, top-rated Shooting Club, archery, canoeing, falconry, Segway tours and a wealth of other recreational attractions. ... more   less 
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