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Omni Dallas Hotel F & B

THE HOST

This upscale hotel with a sleek glass facade is 0.4 miles from historic Dealey Plaza, and 1.3 miles from the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center.

Chic rooms feature 42-inch flat-screens, Wi-Fi (fee), and floor-to-ceiling windows with city views, plus coffeemakers and sensory floor lighting. Upgraded rooms add fireplaces; 1- and 2-bedroom suites provide separate living rooms.

The property has 7 restaurants, a lobby bar and a coffee shop, plus a full-service spa. There’s also a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace with a heated outdoor infinity pool, along with a business center and 39 meeting rooms.

Dallas, TX

Dallas, city, Dallas, Collin, Denton, Rockwell, and Kaufman counties, seat (1846) of Dallas county, north-central Texas, U.S. It lies along the Trinity River near the junction of that river’s three forks, in a region of prairies, tree-lined creeks and rivers, and gentle hills. Its winters are mild with brief cold spells, but summers are hot with moderate to high humidity. Dallas is the state’s third most populous city (after Houston and San Antonio) and the metropolis of the sprawling Dallas–Fort Worth urban area, known locally as the Metroplex. Fort Worth lies 30 miles (48 km) west; other major cities in the metropolitan region include Arlington, Carrollton, Denton, Garland, Grand Prairie, Irving, Lewisville, Mesquite, Plano, Richardson, and University Park. Dallas has a council-manager form of government that was established there in 1931. Inc. town, 1856; city, 1871. Area city, 385 square miles (997 square km). Pop. (2010) 1,197,816; Dallas-Plano-Irving Metro Division, 4,235,751; Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington Metro Area, 6,371,773; (2020) 1,304,379; Dallas-Plano-Irving Metro Division, 5,129,966; Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington Metro Area, 7,637,387.

In 1841 John Neely Bryan, a lawyer and trader from Tennessee, built the first cabin (now restored) in the area on the riverbank. Other settlers moved into the region, and a town site was laid out in 1844. The origin of the community’s name is uncertain; most likely it is named for early settler Joseph Dallas or for George Mifflin Dallas, vice president (1845–49) of the United States. Its early settlement was augmented by Swiss and German immigrants and in the late 1850s by French artisans from the unsuccessful Fourierist utopian colony at nearby La Réunion. Large numbers of African Americans moved into the area after the American Civil War.

Commercial growth was stimulated by the arrival of the railroads in the 1870s. A huge wholesale market developed, with many of the city’s retail stores serving the American Southwest; one, Neiman-Marcus, has become internationally known. The adjacent communities of East Dallas and Oak Cliff were annexed in 1889 and 1903, respectively, greatly expanding the city’s size.

TRAINING OVERVIEW

The intern or trainee will be introduced to Omni Hotels and Resorts, its corporate standards and culture. The training program teaches Food and Beverage Operations administered by Omni professionals. The Food and Beverage training will focus on learning American and International food and beverage techniques and Omni Restaurant methods, specifically in: Food and Beverage, Operations, full service a la carte restaurant dining, high-volume quick output dining and other eateries. Interns and trainees will also learn F&B behaviors that build customer loyalty within the Omni brand and positivity impact hotel guest experience. Upon completion of all the rotating phases in this training, the intern or trainee will be ready to handle almost any Food and Beverage operations anywhere in the world.

HOUSING & TRANSPORT

  • Temporary Housing is not required for the job placement, but is provided by your Host  Organization at NO CHARGE for the first 14 days of your program.
  • Participants may be required to sign a housing agreement.By signing the programinformation guide and/or housing agreement,participants are agreeing to stay at housing that has been pre-arranged for the entire length of the agreement.
  • Any damage to the property will result in participants paying the cost as determined by the housing management.Detailed housing arrangement will be disclosed by GEC prior to arrivals.
  • Temporary Housing is provided FREE OF CHARGE for the first 14 days of your program by your Host Organization. After that point,you will be responsible for securing your own permanent housing.
  • YourHostOrganizationwill assign roominglists based on arrival/departure dates and specific roommates may not be guaranteed.•
  • By accepting placement and signingtrainingplan,exchange visitors assume responsibility to read the House Rules and agree to abide by all terms and conditions of this Agreement and the House Rules.
  • Various Transportation options available and might include Public Transportation,Taxi/Shuttle Service, & Ride Share (Uber/Lyft)