Offers a virtual reality tour of each luxury four-star hotel. Located in the US, Canada and Mexico. Hotel reservations online. [Description from dmoz]
Not yet omnipresent, Omni Hotels owns and operates about 40 properties in nearly 30 cities across the US. The luxury lodgings, targeted to business travelers and upscale tourists, offer business and fitness centers, high-speed and wireless Internet access, and gourmet restaurants in addition to comfortable room accommodations. In addition to its US locations, the company has hotels in Canada and Mexico; it also franchises a small number of properties. Founded in the 1950s as Dunfey Hotels by Walter Dunfey, Omni Hotels was acquired in 1996 by Texas oil billionaire Robert Rowling through his family's holding company, TRT Holdings. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 398K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor flies on United Airlines and uses Priceline.
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