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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.
"Elegant Rejuvenating Retreat"
I've been to the Omni Mt. Washington Resort 4 times now and would return 100 more. This grand hotel has "hands down" the BEST spa I've ever frequented. The spa is truly a sanctuary of peace and tranquility. It even has a parlor where you and your spouse can enjoy the spa together with lunch or a relaxing soak in the hot tub overlooking Mt. Washington. You can also order a cheese and wine platter on the veranda and casually rock yourself into relaxation while taking in the breathtaking views of Mt. Washington directly in front of you. The indoor and outdoor pool are great no matter what the weather holds. We've also brought our children and they enjoyed the Omni kid activities and games, went horseback riding and they even enjoyed the kid spa experience. It's located across from Bretton Woods, which can be enjoyed winter or summer. You can rock climb, ride the lift to the top of the mountain or go zip lining. There are even little water holes and trails nearby for hiking. The food is amazing as well, especially when eaten in the grand dining room. The dining room transports you back to the early 1900's and makes you feel as though you've traveled back in time. The architecture is amazing and it's very hard to find places like this anymore. It truly is a rare gem!!!
"Nice hotel, Lousy food"
Spent over a $1000/night for a family vacation. The hotel and rooms were beautiful. The food experience was awful. At Stickneys, the dual patty burgers reminded us of a Big Mac and the Cob Salad was wilted with bland cheese and chicken quotes. Our experience at Fabyans was beyond bad. Of the two Chicken and Biscuit dishes ordered, one dish had one piece of chicken and the other had NO PIECES of chicken (price: $18/dish). The Turkey Club did not have roasted turkey slices, but old turkey breast meat found at your local food market. The bartender/waitress (Deb) was rude and not helpful at all. Adding insult to injury, the bill came with a 20% gratuity included! Stay away.
"Snowmobiling / Dining Experience"
Very Positive Experience on our first night - we ate at Stickney's - had made a reservation - this experience was absolutely top notch! the host/hostess, sat us promptly and we had to most wonderful waitress Alexa! Her attention to detail and perfectly timed check in was so much appreciated. This was a wonderful experience. She could certainly teach some other wait staff how to serve properly! Main Dining Room - formal evening - Atmosphere - was a rather disappointed as we were expecting to have a "formal evening" - dress attire on the website said formal dining - the music that was being played/sung was children's songs - hokey-pokey, sesame street, etc. I don't think the evening atmosphere is really appropriate for that type of music - nor did I expect that having a formal dining experience, not moderately priced dinner either - was NOT a very good experience. Dining / Wait staff. Not at all attentive to our table - there was only 2 of us, the drink order was wrong - and wait staff did not come back to check on us to see if we had any other needs until the bill was presented. Very Poor experience. Main Dining Room Breakfast (2 mornings) both days which is totally wrong - wait staff again, the greeting of guests was perfect - but again - attentiveness to the table was most certainly not up to par. Coffee refills - had to flag down another wait staff to have them ask our staff to come service the table. I would think - not at all acceptable. Overall we had a wonderful weekend and would certainly come back. Another note - when making our reservations in October 2016 for January 2017 - I had called ahead in October to make arrangements to bring our snowmobiles. Talked with the front desk, Omni Security office - made arrangements for appropriate parking / shuttling and snowmobiling right from the parking lot at the Sleigh Ride lot. Preparing for our arrival, I again called the hotel the Thursday before, again talked with front desk and Security - we are all set - they were expecting us and we were all set. Arrived Friday - With Security in person - we reconfirmed with the Sleigh company that we could very slowly use their sleigh road to get on the snowmobile trail on "Base Road". Received confirmation from the gentleman (I did not write down his name) but received clearance - we let him we would be going back out on Saturday. He said perfect. Saturday came - we prepared the sleds and started going up the sleigh trail to have a different person run out of the stables, yelling, you can't go down there, then run away back in to the barn. Not speaking to my husband who was riding first. I took this opportunity to go speak with this person - letting him know that we had clearance from the Sleigh company as well as Omni Security - to be told - well that person that you spoke to yesterday is Not Here Today and I am and I say you are not going to use the trail. So this was a very poor experience/ re-coordination. Needless to say we put the sleds back on the trailer and went down to Zealand (as Fabyans lot was completely full) - went on the trails for a little while then returned to the Hotel. Soured the day. My hope is that Omni will be able to support the Snowmobiling community as much as it does the Skiing community. There are many people who would like to stay at facilities where you can sled out right from the complex rather than having to trailer back up. We did share this concern/feedback with the Manager of the Front Desk the day of our departure. Hopefully there will be some improvements in the future.
"Great property and setting but some drawbacks"
A truly magnificent setting and lovely historical hotel. But unfortunate that the only breakfast dining option was $19-25 per person. The winter outdoor pool they touted at check in was locked and closed on a Weds and Thursday. And unpleasant to have a diaper age child in the hot tub. There was no sauna in the indoor pool area - this should be standard in a winter hotel like this - it is located in the spa for a mere $40 extra.
"Stayed for ski trip three nights"
Definitely a grand hotel. We arrived the week after new year's when there was hardly anyone there and approaching the hotel at dusk with ominous dark clouds backdropping the hotel we were reminded of the hotel in the Shinning as Jack Nicholson was first approaching it. The place is massive. It has recently undergone a $90M renovation job so everything was clean and bright. I've seen much newer contemporary hotels that were not as clean. Great gym and indoor pool. We didn't try the outdoor pool even though it was open it was only about 10 degrees and windy. They do have locker rooms next to the pools. (Indoor and outdoor). The only negative, and this isn't Omni's fault, is there only couple of places to eat, both expensive, unless you want to drive a long distance. The first morning we had the buffet breakfast in the main restaurant... buffet was ok but still cost over $50 for two people. Would have been better off eating breakfast at the base lodge. Other than lack of restaurant choices it was a fabulous place to stay and will probably stay there again next year.
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