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310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd, Bretton Woods, NH 03575-3098
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
  • Contactless check-out
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#1 of 2 hotels in Bretton Woods
The four-diamond Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire offers a year-round escape just 2½ hours from Boston in NH’s majestic White Mountains! Enjoy a full-service spa, year-round canopy tour, alpine and nordic skiing at Bretton Woods, the 18-hole restored Donald Ross golf course and a wealth of indoor and outdoor pastimes. Come discover our recent $60 million renovation, fine and casual dining, endless recreational pursuits and breathtaking scenery. Grand Hotel, cozy Inn, modern Lodge and convenient Townhomes available.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Electric vehicle charging station
Valet parking
Hot tub
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Yoga classes
Breakfast buffet
Game room
Golf course
Horseback riding
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Children's playground
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Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
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Couples massage
Facial treatments
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Outdoor fireplace
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Meg S wrote a review Jan 19
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This hotel is absolutely amazing. The staff is terrific and very accommodating. From check in to departure we were treated so well. We had a beautiful room and would have loved to stay longer. The pool and hot tub were very clean and quite relaxing . We hope to return in the near future.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Omni_Mt_Washington, Manager at Omni Mount Washington Resort
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Dear Meg S, Thank you very much for your review. It is our pleasure to have had you as our guest and to have provided an outstanding stay at Omni Mount Washington Resort. We hope you will let us know if there is anything we can do to assist in planning a future stay.
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649ic wrote a review Aug 2021
New York City, New York364 contributions765 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
I stayed in one of the new presidential wing suites. They are oversized and decorated tastefully. I found the bathroom floors somewhat slippery and was surprised it made it past the test kitchen phase. The suite has one bathroom, two terraces and one of them has a full frontal beautiful mountain range view. I've been here a few times and amazingly never remember anything from a previous visit. It's not the most fascinating resort but it is relaxing and a great place to cool off during the summer. I didn't wear short sleeves much outdoors and the outdoor pool was just a bit beyond my range in this weather. A very rare shoutout by me to Valerie at the front desk who called up Cassandra the spa manager and smoothed the way for me to use the facilities on the day of arrival. I was tired from the fly-drive and there were no spa appointments available that day, but they let me in to use the facilities. The next morning she remembered by name and mentioned that she had called them. I was impressed. This is a 250 room hotel and I am not used to a front desk person remembering my name or caring enough about me after i walked away from the check-in. So yes, that was what you would call extraordinary employee service worth noting. Anyway, the spa has some decent facilities. The indoor pool is also good as is the gym which is better than the hotel's website makes it out to be; it has the full range of everything you'd want. On the food side, dinner was very good in the main dining room and the desserts were good; i had 3 of them. In the interest of "modernizing" this hotel, they replaced the dance floor with a bit sit-in bar area. Too bad, cuz I used to enjoy the dinner and dancing here. The Bretton Woods Arms dining outlet is still closed and that used to be a breakfast alternative. They are doing breakfast buffet in the dining room; it's OK but nothing out of the ordinary. I asked for a sliced avocado and couldn't get it. That's a healthy thing to have with your breakfast. Lunch on the veranda porch and dinner at Stickney's were all fine. They don't have a lot of fish choices here; you get salmon everywhere or fried cod. If you are a pescatarian you will be bored stiff with the food after 2 nights here. I flew to Portland and it's about a 2.5 hour scenic drive to the hotel; Boston is not much more driving time even though it is a lot further away. If you fly out of Portland, bring food with you because there was next to nothing to eat at the airport for a 7pm flight -- every food outlet was closed. Another important planning note -- if you want to go on the canopy tour (meaning the zip line), you gotta reserve at least a month in advance. Same with spa. I couldn't get off the wait list for the zip line tour. The hotel has its hands full this year getting enough employees to staff the place and it's things like the Bretton Arms and the zip line tours that bear the brunt of this. Also note that hotel guests get a $3 discount per person on the gondola rides up the mountain. My room 6411 connects to a king room. I liked it because you could walk from the hotel on that floor straight to your room without having to go on an elevator. If you want a king/double you have to go down the hall fo the 01/02 line, but those are just two plain rooms. If you have two kids that will share a king and you want a good suite, I recommend taking the 10-11 line combination of rooms in the presidential wing. You're not going to be able to get print newspapers here but the sundry shop does offer swimming goggles if you forget to bring your own. Anyway, I was happy with my visit here. Not much to do after 9pm and there are not a ton of summer activities to do here (but there are some such as horseback riding and maybe some other activities that they will bring back after the pandemic), but it definitely is a nice place to relax, catch up on a big book you want to read and to cool off during the hot summer. A few years ago it was a good place for our kids to debrief and relax for 2 days or so after being picked up from summer camp. It might be good place for skiing in the sense that the ski areas function pretty reliably during the winter and the ski area is only half a mile from the hotel.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Response from Omni_Mt_Washington, Manager at Omni Mount Washington Resort
Responded Aug 5, 2021
Dear 649ic, Thank you for your comprehensive review and for joining us again at Omni Mount Washington Resort. We are delighted to know you enjoyed the new Presidential Wing. We will be sure to pass on your compliments to our front desk and Spa staff, who will be proud to know that your interactions with them were so positive. We do offer resort guest pricing for many fo our activities, and we are glad to know you had the chance to enjoy our new scenic ride on the Bretton Woods Skyway Gondola for breathtaking views of Mt. Washington and Presidential Range. It is wonderful to read that you had the chance to visit our pools and gym, but we do apologize that the Canopy Tour was fully booked during your visit. Summer guests can also enjoy two golf courses, tennis, horseback riding and carriage rides, bike riding, guided fly fishing, disc golf, guided rock climbing, and numerous options for hiking in the White Mountains. We truly appreciate your review and hope we having the pleasure of offering you a warm welcome back once again.
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Michelle G wrote a review Jan 3
1 contribution1 helpful vote
After making our reservations, I poured through all the reviews online about the MTW. Needless to say, I prepared myself for overpriced average food, substandard service and an overall lack luster experience for the money I was dishing out. However, we decided the location was worth lowering our expectations. Absolutely blown away is all I can say! We had the most magical experience and literally every bad review I'd read was the complete opposite of our visit! From the moment we pulled up to drop our luggage at the entrance we were greeted with optimal service. Despite the number of cars pulling up to unload ski gear from the day or checking in/out, the service was excellent. Checking in was also quick and we received a brochure of the events for the next couple days, which included New Year's Eve celebrations. Our bags were promptly brought to our room - we paid the extra $$ for early check in and so happy we did. This gave us time to get settled in the room and get back down to the conservatory to have a beverage while gazing at the striking Presidential Mountains! We relaxed, walked out onto the expansive veranda and took a million photos as daylight began to fade. We booked a King Mountain View room in the older section of the hotel. Large closet, decent bathroom and good sized room. We had to arrange in advance for a mini fridge to be in the room as these rooms don't come with them-no biggie though. One reason for not giving a 5-Star review is the cleanliness of our room. The bathroom wasn't cleaned to my liking as the floor was dirty and there were a few other things we noticed,not terrible, although everything should have been perfectly clean for the cost of the room. We enjoyed a sleigh ride before dinner and there was just enough snow for them to bring us along the river and through the woods...no joke, it was perfect. We made our dining reservations about a month prior to our trip and highly recommend this also. Our first night was Stickney's. We were seated promptly and were celebrating my sister's birthday so it was perfect I was able to set up some decorations and presents before she arrived. The shrimp cocktail, clam chowder, rib eye, filet and cheesecake were perfection. Our server Carlo made it all even more special with his exceptional service and food recommendations. After dinner we went to the lobby/conservatory area to relax. We found a perfect spot at one of the fireplaces. This brings me to another reason for not giving a 5-Star review...the out of control children! Before I continue, worth noting, I have 7 grown children and 6 grand children so I'm not a 'hater'. I was shocked at how many children, of all ages, were literally running up and down the halls all over the hotel and no parents to be seen, or at least that I saw. I felt bad for the hotel staff who continually reminded them to stop running for safety reasons. They would stop for a little bit but then pick up running again. ****So this is for the parents who come to the MTW hotel with children - there is an arcade, there are pools, there is a beautiful outdoor area during the day and in the evenings, for children to sled and run to get all the energy out of their systems. If you choose to come here for a family vacation, please use this as an opportunity to educate your children about respect for others while in communal areas indoors at this hotel because we are all paying decent $$ to have an enjoyable experience.**** Despite the Olympic hopefuls running about, we had a wonderful evening. Our next day was spent hiking in the mountains. We are year-round experienced White Mountain hikers so this is something we do regularly. The hotel also offers plenty of outdoor activities for those who don't winter hike. After our hike we had a late lunch at Stickney's - best burgers and fries!! Since it was New Year's Eve, we made dinner reservations in the main dining room at 8pm which gave us enough time for the amazing fireworks display at 10pm. Now we arrive at the final reason that led to not giving a 5-Star review. We were prepared for an expensive dinner, however were blindsided when, after being seated, we were given a set menu for dinner at the cost of $150 pp. Nowhere online, in the brochure at check in or posted anywhere in the hotel or dining room was the set dinner menu limitation for NYE in the main dining room communicated to guests. I must admit, it felt a teensy bit deceptive. Had there been more options on the menu it may not have been as much of an issue. Hopefully the hotel can improve communication to guests in the future for something this important on a holiday. Once again, the service was excellent during dinner in the main dining room - Wanda was amazing! This brings me to the fireworks and ballroom party! WOW! The fireworks on the front veranda were absolutely incredible! They had music and it went on continuously for at least 15 minutes! Then the party in the Presidential Ballroom was awesome. Fabulous band with enormous screens simulcasting Times Square in NYC. Best NYE celebration ever! The next day we had breakfast in the main dining room. So many choices!! Food was good - buffet style and we sat in the sun room which was another spectacular room. Windows everywhere looking at those incredible mountains!!! Overall, we experienced excellent service and there was no shortage of staff to ensure guests needs were met. There's literally something for everyone of any age at this resort. After we checked out - again luggage service was excellent - we parked our car and walked the grounds for a little over an hour. All in all, this was truly a magical experience for us and I've already booked another trip for my birthday! This hotel is amazing! We loved the huge windows everywhere overlooking the mountains. This hotel was built to bring the beauty of the mountains indoors, and it does that and more.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Room Tip: Rooms with mountain views are worth paying the extra $$ for!
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Response from Omni_Mt_Washington, Manager at Omni Mount Washington Resort
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear Michelle G, Thank you very much for your extensive review of your visit over the holidays. We are thrilled to know that so many aspects of your stay made for a magical New Year's getaway. We will be sure to pass on your compliments to our staff, who will be proud to know they were part of making your stay at Omni Mount Washington Resort such a memorable one. We truly appreciate all of your comments. although the resort has been welcoming families since 1902, we understand your concerns regarding children and we do hope that each family visiting can enjoy their stay while showing courtesy for other guests. We are also happy to know that the New Year's Eve party and fireworks were such a highlight, and we do apologize that we did not do a better job in communicating the special dining offering that evening. We are so glad to read that you have already booked another trip for your birthday, We are honored to be a part of your celebration, and we hope you will let us know if there is anything we can do to assist in planning this visit.
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jpgina53 wrote a review Dec 2021
Boston, Massachusetts436 contributions115 helpful votes
I visited the Omni Mount Washington Hotel pre-covid for lunch so i clearly see it is a work in progress. The main dining room has been completely and beautifully renovated. I just stayed there for 2 days on a group tour and was overall satisfied with the experience. The hotel lobby was sumptuously decorated for Christmas and was elegant. The staff could not have been more wonderful. Our room on the first floor of the main hotel was good-sized but the lighting was horrendous. Too dark to read a book. I initially thought there was no bath mat which created a harrowing shower experience but then found a brand new one still in its wrapper on the lower level of the sink table in the bathroom. The temp in the room was also hard to control an I felt cold. The food was excessive and I would have preferred that the effort went into quality rather than quantity. My companion ordered lobster pot pie and it was more like lobster bisque with a biscuit thrown in. I ordered a bread board appetizer and got 5 pieces where half as much would have been better. The butter was very good with honey and pepper! A surprise! Drinks were a little pricey. My wine was $20 a glass so I refrained from drinking more. The shops had not changed much from my previous visit. Pricey. Limited on local souvenir items but offering expensive clothing. Getting to one was down an uneven slope so the elderly need be wary. I did not try the pools (one outdoor heated one I was not aware of until departure day) or the spa or the exercise room. The hotel brought in the Glenn Miller Orchestra one night at added cost and it even brought out the locals. This was a good blast from the past and a delight to see the dressing up of guests in formal and frilly attire. I'd return but Omni has more to do here on the inside to match the breath-taking view of the red roofed, white castle from the driveway.
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Date of stay: December 2021
Response from Omni_Mt_Washington, Manager at Omni Mount Washington Resort
Responded Dec 14, 2021
Dear jpgina53, Thank you for your detailed review. We truly appreciate all of your comments. It is wonderful to know that you had the opportunity to visit us again. The seasonal decorations this time of year are a favorite of many of our guests. We are so glad to know you enjoyed the Main Dining Room renovation and that the staff was wonderful. We do apologize for the lighting in your room and will discuss your concerns with our housekeeping staff. We will also discuss your dining experience with our management team. It was our pleasure to host the Glen Miller Orchestra and the many guests who joined us. We hope to have the opportunity to welcome you again soon.
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Carlos L wrote a review Dec 2021
Doral, Florida379 contributions101 helpful votes
Spend my birthday with family at Mount Washington , the hotel is beautiful and historic. The rooms are very compact as you can imagined since it was built in 1902. The lobby area is beautiful with plenty of places to sit by the fireplace or just sit and enjoy conversation. We were not able to Ski, Snowmobile or go tubing, we also had to cancel the sleigh ride due to not enough snow, overall we loved the place , but would have enjoyed it more if we were able to do more activities. The restaurants are not up to par for the price you are paying to stay in hotel or stay and eat. I believe if area had other restaurants around they would improve or make a better effort to serve a quality meal !! Very disappointed in that are of hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Make sure that there is enough snow if traveling for winter . Very little to do if the area does...
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Response from Omni_Mt_Washington, Manager at Omni Mount Washington Resort
Responded Dec 14, 2021
Dear carlos_5757, Thank you for your review. We are honored to be a part of your birthday celebration and to share the beauty and history of the resort with you. As you noted, the historic nature of the hotel means that each room has its own unique character. We do apologize that the weather did not cooperate with your activity plans. We also apologize that we did not meet your expectations for dining, and we will be sure to discuss your concerns with our management team. Your dining experience is not typical and we hope to have the opportunity to offer you the fine meals we are known for on your next visit.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Omni Mount Washington Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Nearby attractions include Bretton Woods at Mount Washington Resort (1.0 miles) and Sugarloaf Trail (4.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a view of a nearby landmark.
What food & drink options are available at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bretton Arms Dining Room, Mount Washington Hotel & Resort Main Dining Room, and Stickney's.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and yoga classes during their stay.
Does Omni Mount Washington Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Omni Mount Washington Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Omni Mount Washington Resort located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.10 miles away from the center of Bretton Woods.
Are any cleaning services offered at Omni Mount Washington Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Omni Mount Washington Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.