Trevi’s, set on the resort’s ground level adjacent to its pool and lazy river, serves up Mediterranean-style dishes. Clients can request a seat near the indoor kitchen to see chefs’ skilled preparations. But if it’s a real show they’re looking for, book a traditional asado, a smorgasbord of meats, fish and other dishes prepared on the grill in traditional South American style. With as many as nine courses, ranging from beef to pork to swordfish and scallops—and don’t forget dessert—it’s a dining experience clients won’t soon forget.
Then there’s Zen, serving pan-Asian cuisine and sushi, as well as a wide selection of high-end sake.
the luxe life The indulgent feel of the Omni Orlando’s restaurants permeates the rest of the resort as well. Just behind its rooms, a variety of water features gives clients the option to enjoy the outdoors however they see fit. Kids love the lazy river and there’s plenty of seating around the lazy river for parents who want to keep an eye on the little ones. For a more relaxed atmosphere, head to the pool next door, lined with private cabanas that clients can rent for ultimate VIP service: TVs inside each cabana, towels and loungers, and waitstaff bringing drinks and snacks. A jacuzzi tub behind the pool looks out onto the golf course. Back inside, The Spa at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate gives clients even more relaxing options, including massage, facials, manicures and pedicures.
Starting at $173 per night, the Omni Orlando’s Unlimited Golf package gives golfers as much access as they want to its International and National golf courses, with same-day, continuous play on both. They’ll also enjoy unlimited golf on Champions 9, the par-3 course, from check-in to check-out, and enjoy complimentary club storage and cleaning. The package also includes a late 3 p.m. check-out, so clients can fit in one last round before returning home.
Rates at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate start at $99 per room per night.