Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate is making big waves in Orlando, as they have now opened the first resort wave pool in the area.
Thanks to a $40 million expansion project, this new expansion includes 23,000 square feet of additional recreational and pool deck space and 100,000 square feet of conference center and event lawn space, in addition to the installation of this new wave pool.
“We have poured a lot of energy and planning into the transformation of Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate and are proud to reveal expansion plans,” said Robert Stanfield, the general manager of One Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate. “We are excited to continue progress on this significant project and further extend an unparalleled level of quality to our guests.”
This new wave pool brings with it 16 new pool-side cabanas, as well as 400 additional lounge chairs, and an expansion of the kids water slides and pool area. This is now the only luxury water playground with a resort wave pool in Orlando.
Those aren’t the Omni’s only expansion plans, however. After completing a golf course refresh, an installation of an 18-hole miniature golf course and a redesign of Trevi’s Restaurant, 2017 has even more expansion projects in store:
- Additional Rooms (opening fall 2017) – New accommodations at ChampionsGate will include 93 guest rooms in a 3-story building. It will include 24 premium and deluxe balcony rooms with king beds, 19 rooms with double queen beds, and 50 studio suites with double queen beds and kitchenettes for guest use. This update brings the resort’s total room count to 813 guest rooms and 49 two-and-three bedroom villas.
- Osceola County Conference Center (opening fall 2017) – The resort will also expand its ballroom area, and add 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event and meeting space. There will also be a new market-style restaurant that will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, specialty coffee, quick snacks, salads and a full bar. Each of the six breakout rooms in the Conference Center will be named as an homage to Osceola County’s heritage, with the following: Seminole, Lanier, Poinciana, Allendale, Heritage Park and Partin. The outdoor space will have a terrace with a fireplace, patio space, gardens and a lawn that is the ideal size for outdoor events, as well as a Great Room designed for weddings and other special events.
Omni Orlando at ChampionsGate is just beginning with these new upgrades, as they are the first in a series of multiple improvements to the luxury resort. For more information on the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate and their new wave pool and other improvements, visit omnihotels.com/hotels/orlando-championsgate.