See why so many travelers make Omni Bretton Arms Inn at Mount Washington Resort their inn of choice when visiting Bretton Woods. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at Omni Bretton Arms Inn At Mount Washington Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A concierge and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this inn. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Country Inn Bretton Woods, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including Fabyan's Station Restaurant and Lounge, The Grille, and Latitude 44° Restaurant, all of which are a short distance from Omni Bretton Arms Inn at Mount Washington Resort.
At Omni Bretton Arms Inn at Mount Washington Resort, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Bretton Woods.
We had a lovely weekend at the Omni Bretton Woods. Staff was great all around. The buffet breakfast was absolutely terrible. I simply cannot understand how bad. They charge over $25 a plate for boxed scrambled eggs and spam in the "omelet " To say this was so overly disappointing, is to minimize how terrible the food quality and presentation was. The eggs had green specs. The omlete was filled with what resembled cat food. Truly unacceptable. Otherwise, we had a nice time and I would have given 4 stars.
Took the grandkids for a ski trip. Bretton Woods is an awesome mountain for intermediate skiers! The trail conditions were excellent. The only issue we ran into was lower cost eating options for kids. The dinner at the Arms was $280- for 2 adults & 3 kids (the kids had Mac & cheese and penne pasta) 😳. Apparently a lot of local restaurants are closed Mon-Weds. Our room for 5 was great. 2 twins in an adjacent room w/door to our room. Queen and comfy roll away.
Prior to my last stay this was by far one of my favorite Hotels to visit any time I was up in the area. It was my preference over the Main Mount Washington hotel due to it being a smaller and more cozy hotel which usually leads it to also being quieter. At arrival I mentioned to the Gentleman checking me in that on all of my other stay I had stayed in room 47 and said that I preferred that room or a room like it due to it being extremely quiet, smaller than most of the other rooms and therefor giving it a more cozy feel(I enjoy the slanted roof/walls). I was told that room 47 was not available and simply said well if you have any quiet rooms that are of a similar style I would appreciate it. I guess I needed to be more specific because when I arrived to my room ( AVOID ROOM 34 AT ALL COST) I quickly realized I was 8 feet from the elevator , above the main entrance which also has an area for cars to pull up and unload at all hours of the night. So I was gifted a stay that included being right above the main door and check-in area, I got to listen to cars being unloaded and the main door closing all day/night as well as the lovely clunking sound of people using the dollys getting on and off the elevator for a solid 48 hours. All for the spectacular price of $625. I travel and sleep in Hotels close to 30 weeks out of the year for work and I am 80% of the time traveling alone. In this time I realized this is both a blessing and a curse as many Hotels will attempt to stick the single Male in the most complained about room and hope it slips by without a complaint. And as such I did not say a word and just did not sleep for two days because of it. To top it all off they have made such claims about cleanliness during Covid but the bathroom was pretty disgusting. I will ask anyone who reads this to go in to room 34 and look behind the bathroom mirror on the wall, mind you this wall is clearly visible as the mirror is mounted off the wall and it can be seen from the shower and toilet with ease. So much dust and hair, the tub itself had mold along the base as well. Also I can't say how disappointed I was to seeing the "Resort Service Charge" of $70 during Covid as most of the "services" are not even active. I did not use one service at the Hotel and you still get hit with an additional $35 a day charge. The Restaurant was not open so if I wanted food I had to walk/drive to the Main Hotel and even there so many of the "services" are at a bare minimum. Using the Pool during a pandemic? No thanks, but sure I'll pay for it. Such a disappointment, I expected better from Omni. Sadly this will most definitely be my last stay at The Bretton Arms. I just can't justify the price for what it has become. I suppose I was spoiled over my last 4-5 trips as I always had one of the quiet rooms and therefor had an amazing stay. It's amazing how sleep can make an experience so much better.…
I opted for the Inn in order to get a larger room. We had a queen and two twins. It was a corner room so lots of windows and separate room with twin beds. (A TV would’ve been nice in the twin room but no biggie.) The Inn was very beautiful and there weren’t many guests around. There were plenty of seats in the lobby area to relax and there was always a real fire going on the fireplace. Everything was clean. Dining at the Inn is closed due to covid which we knew. We walked to the Omni to get take out for dinner. There is a shorter path thru the woods or you can also walk on the road. The Omni is gorgeous. Take out was easy. We ordered at the bar and food was ready in about 15/20 minutes. And still hot after walking back to our room to eat. There is complimentary coffee and pastries in the morning at the Inn at front desk. This was wonderful as there wasn’t anything else around to grab quickly without going up to the Omni or waiting until getting to the slopes. Employees were great. Each front desk person was professional, kind, and knowledgeable. One piece of constructive criticism are that the mattresses and sheets need to be upgraded. The bed should be the star of the show and the mattresses were a tad soft and worn feeling. I felt for the price of the room the sheets should’ve been upgraded as well. Overall I would love to stay here again. We enjoyed the skiing and the convenience of staying at this gorgeous resort just down the road from Bretton Woods. The views of Mount Washington are breathtaking.…
The rooms are warm and well appointed at this inn. The building dates back to 1896. The atmosphere is warm including the friendly and helpful staff. Room sizes are good and bathrooms are modern, with good shower pressure. Because the inn is a ways from the dining rooms and the wine bar and dining at the inn are closed due to Covid, they have arranged to have muffins and pastries and coffee/tea behind the front desk in the morning. The inn is about a mile and change from the Bretton Woods ski resort. One has access to all the dining rooms, spa and facilities at the main resort. They are very pet friendly so a lot of folks with their dogs are staying here. The public spaces are also open and a good place to gather. Despite the drawback of not having their own dining room we would definitely come back to stay here. The shuttle between the inn and the main hotel is not available due to Covid. So you have to drive your car or take a walk up the hill to the main hotel which given it’s been in the teens this week might not be a pleasant walk! That is the only drawback - which is that if you do want to use the spa you need to bundle up and go the main hotel. We really liked the mountain, and would like to come back when it is completely open as only a few trails were open this past week due to early winter conditions. There were some disruptive guests at the inn. There was a lot of running and banging on doors and commotion above us three nights in a row. Apparently no one complained until the third night. Which is unfortunate. Security did seem to deal with it once the complaints were logged with the front desk. The building is old so you can hear a lot of sounds - particularly the plumbing in the walls.…