This substantial Centennial Park hotel became has over 1.000 rooms in two towers. It's big. And sometimes there is a wait for the elevator. Nevertheless, this Omni's highlights include floor to ceiling windows, premium bedding with high thread count sheets, spacious work desks, and marble bathrooms. Decor is traditional and not our favorite, but it's well maintained and that is what matters. WiFi is free for "Select Guest" members only as well as complimentary newspaper delivery.
The in-house fitness center is a welcome sight to athletic eyes. The Precor cardio and strength equipment is gassed up, oiled, and ready to be worked. Some machines have attached plasma television screens, and, thankfully, the programming includes more than CNN. We are impressed that there are also more than six stand alone Cybex machines for muscle pumping.
If Omni's gym does not float your boat, and it's likely many travelers will want more from their sweat, ship out to the Turner Athletic Club in the attached CNN Center Atrium. Omni Hotel guests are the only non-members permitted inside this above average health club. A $15/day admission fee applies.
Swimmers should head straight to Turner Athletic Club since a 20-yard version awaits your arrival and the Omni has none. Another option to consider is the MLK Aquatic Center (fitness option too!).
Joggers should consider our Piedmont Park Route.