The Omni Homestead Resort
7696 Sam Snead Highway
Hot Springs, Virginia 24445

Restoring a piece of American History

This $120+ million, property-wide project includes restorations, reconcepting of existing spaces and new construction. Marking the latest chapter in the storied history of the resort, the extensive restoration will include façade work, a new event facility, associate housing complex, updated guest rooms, refreshed public spaces, infrastructure improvements, and new amenities. This page will be updated with specifics on the various projects.

Façade improvements

Improvements to the resort’s façade will be done by Complete Property Services of Tampa, Florida. The scope includes the historical wood restoration of 978 original wood windows and hundreds of doors. The firm will also repair all stucco, terracotta, limestone and brick masonry on the hotel and spa exterior surfaces, as well as the roof above the Great Hall. In addition, balcony deck work will be completed on the Garden Wing, Tower terraces, West Wing porches and Presidential Suite balconies, restoring them to their original luster. In all, the exterior work will take 16 months to complete using a CPS crew of 20 – 30 trained historic restoration technicians, along with local construction trades.

Event pavilion

A new event pavilion, featuring design elements from the resort’s pre-1902 structures, will be built at the north end of the Old Course driving range. This 4,000 square foot facility will be ideal for weddings and special events. With a capacity for 225, the new venue will have the full capability to create a hybrid indoor/outdoor experience with views of the Tower, East and West wings. The pavilion, which will also have a bridal suite and prep kitchen, will have whitewashed wood-clad walls, brick pathways, stained concrete floors and lantern-like light fixtures.