Conference Location

The Omni Frisco Hotel

11 Cowboys Way
Frisco, TX 75034

(469) 287-0000

FSGA Group Rate: $209 single/double per night, plus tax.

Hotel Information:

Omni Frisco Hotel captures the energy and future of this vibrant North Texas city, making it a location you’ll never forget. Featuring 300 beautifully-appointed guest rooms and suites, this luxury 16-story hotel serves as the cornerstone of The Star, a 91-acre entertainment district anchored by the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and 12,000-seat stadium, Ford Center. Located in the heart of The Star, our hotel offers exciting dining, nightlife, and shopping all just steps away.

Nearby Attractions

The Star
The Star

Adjacent to Hotel

The Star is the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys located just adjacent to Omni Frisco. The 91-acre campus features Ford Center, an entertainment district with various restaurants and shops, Cowboys Fit, and more. The Ford Center is a 510,000 square foot indoor athletic facility that hosts a variety of events and includes one indoor and two outdoor practice fields. Tour the state-of-the-art facilities at The Dallas Cowboys World Corporate Headquarters and get an inside look at the home of America’s team.

Comerica Center
Comerica Center

5-Minute Drive From Hotel

Formerly Dr Pepper Arena, this state-of-the-art facility hosts a wide variety of events such as concerts, family shows and sporting events and is home to the Texas Legends basketball team of the G League.

National Video Game Museum
National Video Game Museum

8-Minute Drive From Hotel

Part of the every day experience at the museum is the retro arcade, “Pixel Dreams”. If you lived through the years when you “got next” by placing a quarter on the cabinet, you’ll instantly remember the sights and sounds of this arcade. Attendees get four NVM tokens upon admission, but you could spend a whole day working on mastering these games.

Frisco Heritage Center
Frisco Heritage Center

10-Minute Drive From Hotel

Exhibits invite visitors to explore the rich history of the area, chronicling the community’s rise from a stop along the Shawnee Trail to the development of the city of Frisco, Texas, now one of the fastest-growing cities in the country.