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Over Omni Mount Washington Hotel
De White Mountains in New Hampshire worden beschouwd als het ruigste berggebied van het noordoosten van Amerika. Hier, in New England, ligt het historische Mount Washington Hotel waar begin 19e eeuw 250 ambachtslieden twee jaar aan werkten, voor het werd geopend. Het gehele hotel is recentelijk gerenoveerd en uitgebreid. Zo is er nu een luxe spa, een derde restaurant, en kunt u een 'canopy tour' maken, een wandeling tussen de boomtoppen. De omgeving van het hotel leent zich uitstekend voor het maken van wandelingen, fietsen of paardrijden. Er is een gerenommeerde 18-holes golfbaan, binnen- en buitenzwembaden en twee restaurants. In de diverse bars en lounges is regelmatig livemuziek. De comfortabele kamers zijn klassiek ingericht.
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KamerbeschrijvingenDeluxe Double Double
Airco, WiFi, televisie, strijkplank en -ijzer, kluisje, föhn en een compleet ingerichte badkamer met bad/douche. Twee dubbele bedden.
Gelegen tussen de heuvels van Bretton Woods.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• Hot tub
• Kids Club (4 - 12 jaar)
• 18/9-Holes golfbaan
• 'Canopy Tour' (met een kabelbaan over de boomtoppen)
De nederzetting Bretton Woods in de staat New Hampshire dankt zijn toeristisch belang vooral aan het feit dat het een prima uitvalsbasis is voor een bezoek aan de White Mountains. Het ziet uit op de Presidential Range met als hoogste en meest indrukwekkende berg Mount Washington (1917 m). Bretton Woods is bekend in de financiële wereld als de plaats waar in 1944 tegen het einde van de Tweede Wereldoorlog de United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference werd gehouden. Vijfenveertig landen kwamen samen in het Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, om de structuur te bepalen voor internationale financiële verhoudingen na de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Ze tekenden de overeenkomst van Bretton Woods, wat leidde tot de oprichting van het IMF en de Wereldbank en de herinvoering van de gouden standaard.
The Omni Mount Washington was a most pleasant surprise! Omni has managed to retain the hotelâ€™s old-school charm - the impressive lobby, broad staircases, wide, tall-ceilinged hallways - while modernizing it just enough. Our room was on the small side, but we didnâ€™t spend much time there given all the attractions at the resort: movies, games, historic hotel tours, an outdoor fire pit at night, indoor and outdoor pools (while we didnâ€™t use the outdoor pool, we could have - itâ€™s heated to 92 degrees year-round). The front desk keeps a huge collection of board games for guestsâ€™ use, and there are plenty of tables in the lobby to sit at while playing. The lobby was bustling, by the way - we went on the tail end of a holiday, and I expected the hotel to be somewhat deserted, but that wasnâ€™t the case; it was pleasantly lively! Our meals were excellent - interesting offerings, in a variety of restaurants, reasonably priced. Drinks and food are also served in the lobby area. (One note: Our room didnâ€™t have a coffeemaker, but I had brought a small electric kettle for tea, and there was also morning coffee and tea in the lobby.) Finally, the staff was great. When we had a minor problem in our room housekeeping took care of it immediately and then sent a little tray of truffles by way of apology. We were celebrating a wedding anniversary, and to our surprise the hotel sent treats to our room to mark that occasion as well. Plus, at the end of our dinner in the very elegant main dining room our server gave us a sheet with words and music for â€œHappy Anniversaryâ€ - a sweet touch. In short, the Omni Mount Washington is a lovely resort. We hope to return soon!
"Mt Washington Hotel"
Have been visiting this hotel since 1987. Pleased that Omni is trying to keep the original character, but missed the live elevator operator. The changes to the cave (table arrangements and lack of live entertainment on weeknights was disappointing.)
"Great hotel with amazing staff"
Went there for a conference. The staff went above and beyond. Everyone was super nice. The room was amazing!! Great for conferences, weddings and families. The food was great especially the lobster mac and cheese shooters.
We had my nieces bachelorette party at one of the town homes at the Mount Washington Resort, there were eight of us and we had a wonderful time. Breakfast buffet was great, more than you can imagine, drinks at The Cave is a must. All the shuttle drivers were wonderful, very quick and brought you from door to door. Can't say enough about the Spa, it is a must if your staying there !
"Beautiful setting....quaint rooms"
Having grown up in NH, we have always wanted to visit the mount Washington so this weekend we finally did it. The lobby was gorgeous, and the Christmas decor made it even more beautiful. However the rooms were a bit tired. Even with our "upgrade" for being a platinum omni loyalty program member the room was nothing you see on their website. Now given the hotel is as old as it is, perhaps that's to be expected but when you see how updated the common spaces are the rooms were a bit of a let down. The grounds are gorgeous and we decided to be crazy and use the outdoor pool, in December! We just couldn't resist, and the kiddos loved it! The one negative, the staff. We checked in at 7pm with a toddler and asked what our options were for dinner. She offered the bar in the lobby saying the only other option was the main dining room which was formal and required reservations so probably wouldn't be good for kids. So into a bar with a 2 year old we went....sorry other quests looking for a quiet, relaxing evening! The waitstaff in the bar couldn't be bothered to actually help guests, we watched as several tables had to go up to the bar to ask for their waitress/waiter to come to their table. We were seated in a spot that allowed us to see where the wait staff was hanging out, huddled over a phone far too preoccupied with whatever they were checking out on the phone to be bothered to tend to their tables. While the food was decent the timing was horrible, again we think this was the wait staff probably not the kitchen. Once we got up to the room we found a menu for stickneys which included a children's menu! Really?? The front desk didn't even mention that place never mind that it was probably best suited for us with a young child! Such a bummer that we had to make do with bar snacks and appetizers vs actual meals (lost opportunity for the hotel - we probably would have spent more). We did have a lovely waitress the next morning at breakfast so we do know there is staff in the building that have their act together, but couldn't believe in this level of a resort to have several poor experiences on and on a Saturday night when you'd think they'd have their top staff working. Perhaps we'll head to the mountain view grand next time.
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