I had to go to Texas for work this week, but I couldn’t leave town without stopping by Scooter’s for an ice twix latte. Damn you, Gina Ann, for getting me hooked on Scooter’s lattes!
It was my first time at Omni Fort Worth so, naturally, I had to take a bunch of pictures.
The bed was pretty comfy; though not quite as comfy as my own bed. The shower was quite spacious and I liked the rain head.
I loved the floor to ceiling windows, which offered some great views.
This is the chair in my room that I never used.
Here’s a photo of the roof-top terrace.
Brian and I Skyped each other every night of the trip.
He even read a chapter from The Hunger Games to me one night.
I loved looking at the city lights at night.
My favorite part of staying at the Omni is their awesome turn down service, which actually freaked me out at first. I came back to my room one night to find my curtains shut, the TV on and tuned to a channel showing calming images and relaxing ambient sounds, my robe on the bed that was turned down as shown in the photo.
I knew that I had left my curtains open and my TV off so I was thinking I was in the wrong room at first. However, as soon as I saw the bed, I realized it was the turn down service. I think this is by far the best turn down service I’d ever encountered. I’d had other turn down service before where they leave chocolate mints on your pillow but, since I wear braces, I wouldn’t eat them anyway. I’d have to take my braces off, eat the chocolates, brush my teeth, and put my braces back on. It wouldn’t be worth it. I did throughly enjoy the wonderful turn down service, though. I’d come to look forward to it each night upon returning to my room.
I told Brian that, as much as I was looking forward to coming home, I really didn’t want to leave because of how much they spoil you at the hotel. Brian was like, “I’m not turning down your bed at night!” LOL. =P