Omni Charlottesville

Address: 212 Ridge McIntire Rd., Charlottesville, Virginia, 22903, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 212 Ridge McIntire Rd., Charlottesville, is near Monticello, Downtown Pedestrian Mall, The Glass Palette - Interactive Glass Art Studio, and Virginia Discovery Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Omni Charlottesville

    Great location


    Nice hotel with free parking in probably the best location in Charlottesville. On the downtown mall and 20 min walk ( or 3 min drive) to university. Staff was pleasant and helpful and room was spacious and nicely appointed.

    Very OUTDATED!!!


    My husband and I choose the hotel fro it's name and we had our room updated to a suite for the weekend stay. I was Very Disappointed once we walked in the room, I had thought the suite would have been one large room not two separate (the suite consited of an ajoining room with sitting area and bathroom). The decor was horribly outdated, I was almost mad of the appearance. The service we had was fine the rooms itself was awful. If you are looking for a nice hotel to stay in this is not it. Try the Boars Head Inn....

    Great home away from home


    I have stayed at the Omni for two weeks in late June for each of the last three years. Each stay has been excellent!

    Not 4 Star Hotel


    Not the 4 star hotel listed in AAA. We were givena hotel room above the pool. Smell of chlorine wasgoing through the air condition vent. They did makearrangements for another room. The 2nd room wasmuch smaller, and had a musty smell. The room hadan air purifer plugged in to clear up the musty odor, but definately not a 4 star room. Very disappointedin accommodations. Would not stay there again!!

    Good place, great location


    The Omni is a pleasant, if unremarkable, establishment. Pluses include its cheerful, accomodating staff, an ideal location at one end of Charlottesville's charming downtown pedestrian mall and free on-site guest parking. Minuses: We overheard conversations (not shouting) from an adjoining suite, and the breakfast buffet offered as part of our weekend package was just OK. Request a room with a view of the atrium, the mall or the Blue Ridge mountains.

    Wonderful "Get Away" weekend


    Could not have asked for better accomodations. Service, food and location were excellent. Thanks, Omni for a wonderful experience.



    "Stay Somewhere Else" is insane. My room was perfect. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Food was excellent. Coming to C'ville? Stay here!

    Good stay


    Friendly staff, excellent decor. Could never get the ac / heat to work in the room, but luckily didn't need it. Breakfast buffet pretty decent. Based on the excellent rate received, it's definitely a good deal.

    Simply Awesome


    I dont know what that other person had experienced but we just loved it. All the friendly people who worked there, you just know they love the job. From the housekeepers to the desk, just simply awesome...the other surrounding hotels would not even come not stay at any other hotel..close to downtown mall, walking distance to rest. theater, and even an iceskating rink. The free trolley was perfect to tour the area, and it is 15 minutes from Monticello. Please dont listen to that other comment...go visit them

    Stay Somewhere Else


    The Omni Charlottesville is not one of the properties to uphold the Omni name. Given the reputation of the chain, the service is horrible and the dining is worse. The non-smoking room we were given smelled like smoke with a bit of air-freshener sprayed over the top of it. When we asked to move rooms (my wife is very allergic to smoke), we were told that we were already in a non-smoking room and our request was denied.

    If you are coming to C'ville, stay somewhere else.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Omni Charlottesville

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Charlottesville

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    A travel blog entry by dlpool on Oct 06, 2015

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    Lockn' Day 1

    A travel blog entry by theworldisabook on Sep 11, 2015

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    "Jefferson Pooped Here..." And Bankrupt Presidents

    A travel blog entry by azbell on Jul 12, 2015

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    Slow drive along the skyline

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 12, 2014

    11 photos

    ... margarine and cream cheese spread. I think there were some oats as well. A few very small apples and bananas for fruit. I settled for yoghurt from my earlier purchases saved for just this type of morning.

    On the road at 9.00 to buy bread rolls for lunch. Martins in town had what we wanted and at 9.35 we were in the Shenandoah Park having paid our $15 park fee which is valid for 7 days. It was quite chilly; 48 degrees F at 10.00. The fog was lifting and the sun ...

    The extended crush debacle

    A travel blog entry by thythekat on Dec 11, 2013

    "It was awkward. It was like I've got to call Sarah and see you at 5.15pm!" Kasper rightly calling me out. Didn't realise until it was said. "She's one to take advice from?!" Sarah and her Lee situation despite her encouragement to the Kasper. Needed this push in that direction "Can I have a hug" it happened twice. That as a bit awkward tbh ...