Executives from Omni Hotels & Resorts, Dallas Cowboys, and Frisco Mayor Maher Maso previewed new details about the 300-room luxurious Omni Frisco Hotel. Representatives from the Frisco City Council, the Frisco Economic and Community Development Corporations, as well as the Frisco Convention & Visitors Bureau were present to hear updates on the hotel development project and celebrate the progress made so far at the site.
Set to open in early summer 2017, the luxury hotel will serve as an important part of The Star development, which will be anchored by the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and The Ford Center. The Cowboys new headquarters facilities will be home to the entire football operations, including administrative offices, coaches’ offices as well as the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. The Ford Center will be possibly the largest indoor stadium for amateur football in the country with seating for 12,000 and will serve as both the home venue for Frisco Independent School District (FISD) for events and activities, and the practice and training facility for the Cowboys.
The 16-story Omni Frisco Hotel will feature 300-finely appointed guest rooms and suites. Guests may enjoy a fine dining venue, a lobby coffee and wine bar, and a rooftop pool bar and grill.
The hotel will feature 24,000 square feet of meeting space, inclusive of a 13,000 square foot ballroom. The Omni and Dallas Cowboys partnership also offers planners and attendees access to additional meetings and exhibit space in the Ford Center, as well as events on the plaza.
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