Omni Dallas Hotel

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Omni Dallas Hotel
Omni Hotel Dallas 2011-11-12.jpg
General information
Status Complete
Type Hotel
Location Dallas, Texas, United States
Coordinates 32°46′32″N 96°48′15″W / 32.775542°N 96.804047°W / 32.775542; -96.804047Coordinates: 32°46′32″N 96°48′15″W / 32.775542°N 96.804047°W / 32.775542; -96.804047
Opening November 11, 2011
Roof 532 feet
Technical details
Floor count 23
Design and construction
Architect 5G Studio Collaborative with BOKA Powell (architect of record)
Developer Matthews Southwest

The Omni Dallas Hotel is a 23-story, 1001-room hotel at the Convention Center District in Dallas, Texas.[1] Groundbreaking occurred on September 15, 2009.[2] The building was topped out on October 21, 2010.[3] The $500 million hotel is owned by the City of Dallas, managed by Omni Hotels & Resorts and is attached directly to the Dallas Convention Center. The hotel formally opened on November 11, 2011.

One of the most striking features is the LED lighting on the exterior. It’s covered in more than 2,200 protective tubes, each of which houses three 3-foot-long LED fixtures. Put together, the strips measure about 4 miles long.[4] The LEDs would have several lighting patterns - from a Jawbreaker maze to advertisements for the Dallas Cowboys.

Purple LED lights
Villy Custom fashion bicycles at the Onmi Dallas gift shop

The hotel features several restaurants and bars. It also has a gift shop, Morsels and Collections, with local items such as Villy Custom luxury fashion bicycles.


  1. ^ "Omni Dallas Hotel Outlines Sustainability Plans" (Press release). Omni Hotels & Resorts. April 19, 2011. Retrieved August 16, 2011. 
  2. ^ Austin, BJ (September 15, 2009). "Dallas Groundbreaking Launches Convention Center Hotel". KERA. Retrieved August 16, 2011. 
  3. ^ Merten, Sam (October 22, 2010). "At Omni Dallas Convention Center Hotel's Topping Out Ceremony, Mayor Leppert Declares: "This Isn't the Dallas of J.R. Anymore"". Unfair Park. Dallas Observer. Retrieved August 16, 2011. 
  4. ^ Cirelli, Mike. "Bright lights, big city". Dallas Morning News. Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 28 December 2016. 

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