With all the hubbub around Herman Cain’s Domino’s-inspired 9-9-9 plan going on, we’ve forgotten somewhat about the other end of the number line. Soon to be fighting for mono-numeric news dominance, the special date 11/11/11 is about to roll around and claim our undivided attention. And since it happens only once a millennium, at least one hotel has grand plans for the special occasion. The Omni Dallas has set its opening for the arbitrarily landmark date, and to celebrate the certainly festive occasion, is offering the newly minted deluxe guest rooms at $111. At that price, it’s a remarkable value for a stay. And it might just be a function of my excitement for a new hotel, but I find the Omni Dallas to be no derivative; its look is fresh and original. It’s a prime example of all that is integral to a hotel experience. Clearly the best fit for the traveler used to luxury, the Omni Dallas offers all you need to be set for a stay in the home of frozen margaritas and amazing Tex-Mex cuisine. And if you’re still on the fence, its new infinity pool will surely factor into your decision.
In summation, you’re guaranteed to have a positive experience at the new Omni Dallas, so if you’re planning a trip to the city, this is not one to miss. Or if Park West is a little closer to where you’re going to be, try the new hotel’s established sister venue, the Omni Dallas at Park West. It’s only rational.
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