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Omni Resorts PGA Frisco Is Open For Guests To Escape, Luxuriate And Save

Longer summer days can mean longer relaxing stays, quips Jeff Smith, vice president and managing director at the freshly opened Omni Resorts PGA Frisco at 4341 PGA Parkway.

In fact, one of the resort's current special offers is called "Longer Days, Longer Stays," which provides savings to guests through Sept. 28 of 10% off one night, 15% off two nights and 20% off three or more nights.

Additional special offers include:

  • Bed and Breakfast: Experience luxurious accommodations, and be treated to breakfast each morning.
  • Carried Away: Receive a $200 resort credit, plus a custom-designed summer tote by SCOUT Bags.
  • Romance Offer: Experience love and luxury via enjoying a bottle of sparkling wine paired with a sweet treat and late check-out. 
  • Fields Ranch Championship Golf Experience: Enjoy a round of golf on Fields Ranch West, one of two 18-Hole championship golf courses at PGA Frisco and the customized swag to tout along with it.
  • Texas Oasis Spa Package: Relax and rejuvenate with a tranquil getaway tailored to wellness preferences at the full-service salon and spa offerings from Mokara Spa.

The $520 million development PGA Frisco is a four-part project brought to Frisco by a public-private partnership among the city, Omni Hotels & Resorts, PGA of America and Frisco ISD. Jeff says while the PGA manages the golf courses, Omni Hotel & Resorts owns and develops the entire property.

The first project component is the Professional Golfers’ Association of America headquarters, which opened during August 2022 on a 30-acre practice facility. The new building serves as the game’s commercial hub and creative engine.

The second project component, Jeff is proud to say, is Omni PGA Frisco Resort. The main building offers 500 guest rooms and suites and 10 private 4 bedroom/4.5 bathrooms. It also houses the Mokara Spa, featuring 15,000 square feet of space with 20 treatment rooms, a spa pool with eight cabanas and a cafe called Green Cactus Cafe.

Jeff says the resort has four pools in total: two family pools with an outdoor bar and grill and a splash pad for children. "An infinity edge pool on the sixth floor also features a bar on the roof."

He says there are seven restaurant and bar options at the main building. Restaurants include Trick Rider, an upscale steak and seafood concept, and The Apron Kitchen + Bar, which features breakfast, lunch and dinner with views all oriented toward the resort’s golf courses and pools. The final two options are the lobby bar, called The Lookout, set off with seven fireplaces in the lobby, and the coffee market Toast & Tea Coffee Collective.

"For meeting space, the hotel features a 22,000-square-foot Ryder Cup Ballroom and a 11,500-square-foot Wanamaker Ballroom. Both spaces come with their own outdoor patios that connect to event lawns overlooking the golf courses," Jeff adds. "A separate event pavilion is ideal for weddings or more intimate corporate gatherings."

For those who have other interests than golf, Jeff highlights the third project component: a retail and entertainment district. In close proximity to the main building, the hub includes restaurants, shops and a children’s area. There's Margaret’s Cones & Cups and Lounge by Topgolf, featuring indoor sport simulators and a bar and restaurant. Another PGA District restaurant is Ice House, which features picnic tables and barbecue menu as well as a driving range.

Approximately eight retail outlets are part of PGA Frisco spanning the resort and PGA District, including a new luxury toy store concept called Gimme Toys, Fields Ranch golf shop and a luxury leather goods store, Blue Lacy Mercantile.

PGA Frisco's two-story golf clubhouse is part of the promenade, which features the restaurant Ryder Cup Grille on the lower level and the resort’s private club, Club 1916, on the second floor. Overlooking the golf courses are the resort’s 10 ranch houses that will be available for rent year-round.

Jeff says the final project component is the golf element throughout the property.

At the PGA District is The Dance Floor, one of the largest natural grass putting courses in the United States. "It sits at 200 yards long and 75,000 square feet," confirms Jeff. 

Then there's The Swing, a 10-hole pitch and putt golf course designed to help introduce more people to the sport. Golf lessons, club fitting and more will be offered at the Golf Performance Center to the west of the entertainment district, and then the two 18-hole golf courses, Fields Ranch East and Fields Ranch West, are set in the center of the development. "Fields Ranch East is the only course in the United States that can boast 26 committed championship tournaments from now until 2034, including the PGA Championship in 2027," Jeff states. 


“Omni PGA Frisco Resort really embodies where we are going as a brand and how we can meet all of the needs of our guests,” says Omni Hotels & Resorts president Kurt Alexander. “Our goal was to capture the authentic spirit of a modern Texas ranch and bring it to life through extraordinary design, inspired food and beverage concepts, and warm, approachable service. This new flagship does exactly that.”

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