Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Eleven massage options at the Three Springs Spa
- Two pools and eleven tennis courts to amuse
- Four golf courses—foothills, canyons, cliffside, and lakeside
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What To Know
- The resort is large; ask for rooms near the elevators if mobility is a concern
- Odd numbered rooms face the pool and golf course, even numbers look towards Hill Country
- Valet Parking is $25 daily
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Sleep in a villa, a suite, or a room? Golf near a cliff, a lake, a canyon, or in the celebrated foothills around Austin? The possibilities are endless at this 309-room resort in the Texas Hill Country. Guests can also choose from the likes of a Mimosa champagne sugar scrub or a chocolate truffle body wrap in the Three Springs Spa; play tennis on eleven courses; or dine on Prime beef sliders at the Hill Country Steakhouse or Southwestern Shrimp Scampi at 8212 Wine Bar & Grill. And if the choices get too overwhelming, guests can escape to Austin, which is only 20 minutes away, for a whole new set of possibilities.
In the Area
Austin is famous for its arts festivals, most notably the SXSW music and film conference. It’s also set amidst 32,000 square miles of Hill Country, perfect for hiking. In town, there’s Barton Springs in Zilker Park, for old school picnicking and swimming. The city isn’t just the cultural capital of Texas, it’s also its political center, and home to the Texas Governor’s Mansion museum, Bullock Texas State History Museum, and of course, the Texas State Capitol.
How to Get There
We had a family of 11 stay. A little family getaway trip, and the whole family of different ages enjoyed the resort as a whole. they had plenty of things for everyone. not to mention some adulting at the spa with the roof top pool. we will be back
This is a beautiful property, but the service is not on par. If you are traveling with kids, save yourself the trouble and go to Hyatt Lost Pines. This hotel is not family friendly at all.
limited dining options
super slow service
not enough pool chairs
I stayed at the Omni Barton Creek with 18 other ladies from around the US for a college reunion weekend. The resort reopened recently and feels and looks brand new. Common areas are bright, well lit, wide hallways, felt very light and open. Rooms are spacious and beautifully appointed. Pools (3) are beautiful and poolside service for food and drink was right on point. Fitness center is state of the art and nicer than may high-end gyms back home. Resort staff are very friendly and helpful.
We utilized the lobby bar/patio, and had dinner one night at Crenshaw's (the servers and kitchen seemed a bit overwhelmed by our large group, hope that is growing pains) and poolside lunch from the Latin restaurant. We also gathered on the deck outside the lobby and around the firepit for drinks and conversation. Both overlook the 18th tee of the golf course. We did not golf or play tennis or utilize the spa on our weekend, but the golf course and views of high-end homes is beautiful. Downtown Austin is 20-30 minutes away by car.
Special thanks to Jessica Wellick in group reservations for EVERYTHING, Paul Sherlock for his help with dinner, and Thierry and Tesia at reception for handling the needs of our large group. Would definitely return to this awesome resort!