First it was difficult to find the check-in spot for our time share. We are in Regal Vista, the newest spot at the resort. The townhouses, with garage, are nice however there were a few thngs to deal with. There were no kleenex boxes in the holders in either bathroom and no paper towel left in the kitchen holder. There are activities listed however they had no 'welcome' to acquaint people with the resort. There was pressure to attend a two hour breakfast or lunch which I am sure was a sales presentation and we had to turn it down at least three times. We were very disappointed to find out the pool at Regal Vista was closed after Labor Day since the weather has been quite nice, and we are a ways from everything else. Bring your own pillows if you want comfort. Had to go to Harrisonburg for groceries. We did things on our own, but you better understand what is available when you come.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in Virginia’s lush Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten Resort offers personalized vacation experiences in gorgeous, mountain surroundings. This 6,000 acre four-season resort is packed with possibilities for the day-tripper and vacationer alike with over 150 activities and events from which to choose. Guests can enjoy a fully-outfitted snow sports area, a 130,000 square foot indoor/outdoor WaterPark, two 18-hole golf courses, a million dollar luxury spa, and a new zip line and canopy tour. Outdoor recreation includes two fishing ponds, an 18-hole disc golf course and more than 30 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.The Resort also boasts seven dining facilities, three shops and two convenience stores. With specialty dinners, live entertainment, motorcoach tours and lots more, there’s truly something for everyone at Massanutten Resort! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Massanutten Hotel Mcgaheysville
- Massanutten Hotel Harrisonburg
- Massanutten Harrisonburg