Omni Hotels & Resorts

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Omni Hotels & Resorts
Type Private
Industry Hospitality, tourism
Founded 1958
Headquarters Dallas, Texas
Key people James Caldwell,
(CEO)
Michael Deitemeyer,
(President)
Owners Robert Rowling, TRT Holdings
Website www.omnihotels.com

Omni Hotels & Resorts is a privately held, international luxury hotel company based in Dallas, Texas.[1] The company is currently owned by private equity investor Robert Rowling of TRT Holdings, who bought the company in February 1996 from World International Holdings, Ltd. and the Hong Kong-based conglomerate, The Wharf (Holdings) Limited.[2] The company currently operates 60 properties in the United States, Canada, and Mexico totaling over 20,010 rooms and employing more than 23,000 people.[3][4] Of the properties only three are franchised (Cancun, Puerto Aventuras, and Philadelphia), with the remaining hotels being managed or owned by Omni Corporate. Omni was the largest hotel chain to not offer in-room adult movies, until Marriott announced a similar policy in 2011.[5]

The four-star, 32-story Omni San Diego Hotel in San Diego, CA
Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas, TX
Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionGates in Orlando, FL

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  1. ^ "About Omni Hotels
  2. ^ Omni Hotels History
  3. ^ Omni Hotels Corporate Information
  4. ^ The hotel brand consistently ranks "Highest in Guest Satisfaction Among Upscale Hotel Chains" by J. D. Power and Associates, and has won numerous other awards, including recognition as one of the top hotel brands by Consumer Reports and placement in the Best of the Best Luxury Portfolio by the Robb Report.
  5. ^ Elia Gourgouris (February 1, 2011). "Ask Dr. Elia: Marriott Hotels to drop pornographic videos". Mormon Times (Deseret News). Retrieved 2011-02-02. 

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