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Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center

22469 Lodge Rd, Lone Wolf, OK 73655-6007
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Quartz Mountain Resort, Arts and Conference Center is located on Lake Altus in the Wichita Mountains of Southwestern Oklahoma. The beauty of the Resort and landscape that surrounds it needs to be seen to be believed. Quartz Mountain Resort was re-built in 2001 and and its decor has a distinct "lodge" feeling. The property features 118 beautifully appointed guestrooms with lake or mountain views and 12 cabins. The Resort is ideal for meetings, retreats and conferences. Choose from the 5,000 square foot Grand Ballroom, one of five 2,000 square foot pavillions with lake views or the 697 seat, acoustically perfect Twin Peaks Performance Hall. Quartz Mountain Resort is home to one of the most famed dining experiences in Southwest Oklahoma, The Sundance Cafe. With breathtaking mountain and lake views, the Sundance Cafe features a menu that is distinctly Southwestern with a Continental flair. For recreation, the property has an 18-hole golf cource, in-door pool and hot tub and an on-site activities director.
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Free parking
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Golf course
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Non-smoking hotel
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22469 Lodge Rd, Lone Wolf, OK 73655-6007
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DavidC wrote a review Aug 2020
Dallas, Texas1 contribution1 helpful vote
We came out based on reviews we had read on hotels.com and let me just say....Wow! someone is writing false positive reviews. Either they work there or they are affiliated with the facility in some way. There was no 10 rating that I could see, more like a 1 or a 2. Anyone giving this place a 10, is full of crap. The meeting rooms, restaurant, rooms, waterpark, amusement park, golf course all looked rundown, and some appeared to be closed down. It clearly showed signs of neglect and in need of repair. The best thing it has going for it right now is the scenery of the mountains and that's natures doing. The lodge and its amenities look like they are 5 years past needing serious renovations. Also, for the condition it was in, it is way over priced. The lady at the front desk was very nice and very aplogetic. She kept saying stuff about the covid, and how they were making improvements and it would just take sometime. It looks like they were once something special and could be again, with the right steps taken.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: Altus is 25 minutes away, its worth the drive.
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bingo-dingo wrote a review Jul 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma34 contributions34 helpful votes
This is a beautiful area with lots of outdoor activities and inspiring scenery. The hotel is very much a state park lodge. WiFi is garbage, carpets are stained throughout the building, the pool and hot tub were broken and dirty, and there were cobwebs on virtually every light fixture. Come out here for the day but stay elsewhere if you want an enjoyable experience.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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LaDonna Rhea wrote a review May 2020
2 contributions3 helpful votes
First off- they say closed for renovations with the golf course, they are not being honest. They are not adressing the issues of the golf course- The greens will be entirely gone and over ran with weeds and crab grass by this summer. A golf course must be maintained! As of now it looks like they could simply use it for running trails or hiking, which would be better than allowing it to be neglected. It's closed, and does not appear to be operational judging by the conditons of the greens. This is a travesty. Allow someone anyone, to come in and actually run the course and maintain the grass.
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Date of stay: May 2020
Room Tip: If your close to death and cannot do anything, this place is for you!
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Marcia M wrote a review Mar 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma47 contributions6 helpful votes
We went for a 4 day weekend with our 2 small dogs at the beginning of spring break. The lodge style hotel was nice and comfortable. Rooms Complex is separate from the conference center, Parking and restaurant. Occupancy was low because their active season hadn’t started in early March—it was cool and damp—but we went for a little hiking and relaxation. Rooms are comfortable with free WiFi, cable TV, sink separate from bath/toilet, plenty of dresser space. Hiking trails are close and of varying challenges, we found one that was more climbing and rocks, while others were cleared paths or paved. Views were beautiful if you like red granite rocks with cactus, evergreens and a large lake. We took a lot of photos. We have 2 small scent hounds who loved all the smells. We saw many deer and heard lots of birds. Campgrounds in the region for campers and tents looked nice, too. We need to return during the art and theater season. Golf course nearby maybe another option. Restaurant was okay, but it was a slow weekend. Staff were friendly and helpful.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Happ2000 wrote a review Mar 2020
Altus, Oklahoma1 contribution1 helpful vote
I was invited by an acquaintance of mine from WOSC to tour the facilities at Quartz Mountain and give my honest opinion several months prior. So I stayed over the weekend and handed that person a list of the issues. Recently that person reached out to me, claiming that renovations had started and improvements had been made. I took it on upon myself to check in over the weekend and see for myself. The first thing I noticed was the golf course appeared to be closed. We are in March and the weather was upper 60's low 70's. The recreation area appeared to be shut down, as did the rest of the park facilities. I decided to not be negative, because it wasn't quite spring yet and most parks operate with different hours during the winter months. However, I will say that there isn't enough offered for guest at the park during it's busy season, regardless of weather. I drove to the lodge, I do enjoy the drive, and went to check in, but the first thing I noticed was the filthy windows, so right away I am skeptical. The restaurant was the same, other than the name, the food was the same poor quality and overpriced. Note: I never heard a complaint on the name, only food and service. The rooms were the same and while I did see some improvements, It was premature to call it improved. It was still the poor experience from last year, musty smells and dirty. I told my friend to call me in a few months and I would be glad to revisit and give a better review, but at this time I could not recommend this place.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Room Tip: I can't recommend this place to travelers at this time.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center
What are some of the property amenities at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Does Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.