The hotel needs LOTS of work and does not even have basic resort amenities like coffee in the room. The property advertises "complimentary coffee" downstairs every morning, come to find out they're now charging NYC prices. We have been to many historic resorts and this was by far the most expensive / the biggest letdown. The images online point to a resort in its prime, but the hotel is having a hard time with upkeep and is far past its heyday. It seems like the overall property is struggling and therefore it is on the guest to make up for their losses with an extremely high price point which will be unsustainable longterm. I would recommend staying elsewhere unless you want to leave feeling ripped off.
We adore the Mt. Washington Inn/Bretton Woods for all it has to offer. The views and adventures are only surpassed by the service! Stacey and Megan are amazing in the Main Dining Room, Wyatt is wonderful in the Rosebrook Bar area, Kyle is a fantastically gifted fly fishing guide and the entire staff (Flossie, Andrew, Cole and Vince among others) at the golf course make our family feel welcome.
My wife and I stayed in a suite in the Presidential Wing and it was absolutely amazing. The room was gorgeous, huge, and comfortable, with tons of space, a luxurious bathroom, and a balcony affording a breathtaking view of the mountains. The service was impeccable, the food was excellent, and the outdoor pool was a lot of fun to hang out in. I wish I could afford to live here!
We were surpise for the hospitable staff at Omni washington Hotel and Resort . I really appreciate for a kind staff who had served us during our breakfast At Omni Washington Hotel. Ms. Ervy really do pampered us during breakfast buffet at the hotel.
Omni Washington Resort in New Hampshire is a must see if you’re in the area. The hotel itself is stunning and picturesque and the sceneries in front and at the back is gorgeous. The staff were very kind and accommodating. Ervy, who was one of the staff in the restaurant was very warm, friendly and very informative about her recommendations on what to do and where to go to spend our day. Will definitely go back in a couple of weeks during the peak of fall.
Amazing experience for the dining. Breakfast is so amazing and delicious. Ervy is such a great one! She's very accomodating and warm to every guest! definetely well come back and recommend to my friends!
This historic hotel has great potential, but an overwhelming list of repairs and renovations. The grounds look like they've struggled with labor shortages - my heart goes out to the chief maintenance engineer. We stayed in the Presidential wing which is relatively new and we had a beautiful room looking out at Mt. Washington. But the historic parts of the hotel are dealing with years of underperforming maintenance, rotting wood, rough appearance. Last night we dined in the Stickney Dining Room (more casual) and Jabar (?) was our server. He was really first rate and really knows his wines and wine service. We split a 1/2 chicken and caesar salad - thank goodnees because the portion size was very large. Tonight we were in the beautiful main dining room - very much like the Homestead's. Our service was good. The food was uninspired. The Korean fish was supposed to be tempura but was instead a poorly executed fish and chips quality. I order the Vintage bread board and it was a collecton of parker house rolls. Need some help in the kitchen.…
This is a fantastic property with so much history. There is no better hotel with a beautiful view of the Presidential mountain range. The great room and lobby have such grandeur. One of the nicest hotels we have ever stayed in across the globe. What I loved about it, is you are surrounded by beauty but it is not stuffy. Walking though the lobby with hiking boots or gear is expected. We stayed here for our anniversary and it did not disappoint. The staff were very helpful, the restaurant exceptional and very able to accommodate all my food allergies. We will be back!
Amazing from far in superb location. It is truly beautiful as you drive up to the front of the hotel. We were upgraded, which was a lovely surprise. Room was good, though not spectacular. In general hotel feels run down. Carpets on the stairs are worn and threadbare. For a hotel that charges these prices there really shouldn’t be the case. It feels to a certain extent that it is trading on the historical links and golf course appeal (though we weren’t there for golf). There was no ability to make tea or coffee in the room, which meant you had to buy from the hotel coffee shop. They have a lot of new staff undergoing training and whilst it is fair to ask guests to make allowances, we had at least one instance where it was clear that the staff didn’t understand what we were asking, this really should be sorted before staff are placed in front of guests. Although the location is amazing I wouldn’t return and wouldn’t recommend to others. In desperate need of updating.…
Beautiful historic hotel where management turns a deaf ear to complaints and just tried to appease with "thanks for letting us know" I except more from a property were rooms are $500-$700 per night Loud construction starts at 7:00 AM with many areas in need of updating (indoor pool to start). Mildew on caulking inside shower not something I expect in a $600 a night room. This place used to be great but look at recent reviews it had dramitically slid, take a hard pass till Omni Corporate steps in and rights the ship