We have stayed at the French Lick Resort many times over the years, including before the big renovation. The hotel is old and beautifully restored. The rooms are generally small in keeping with the nearly 100 year heritage of the hotel. But everything is so well done and comfortable. We always walk over to the amazing West Baden Springs resort, which is all part of the same complex. The West Baden Springs dome is a site to see. There is plenty to do at the resort including golf, horseback riding, gambling or just walking the beautiful grounds. We walked to a nearby winery as well.
If you love old restored hotels, you will not be dissappointed. Sometimes the hotel can get a little loud in the halls because I am sure there was no sound proofing in the 1920s. Unless you are a golfer or avid gambler, probably a couple of days is all you will want to stay here. But it is a great place, especially for an anniversary getaway or short trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- French Lick Resort Casino is a $500 million historic restoration and casino development that includes French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick Casino and West Baden Springs Hotel. This premier resort destination features 689 guest rooms and suites; 42,000-square-foot casino; 45-holes of golf, including fully restored Donald Ross Course and the new, 18-hole Pete Dye Course (opening Spring 2009); two full-service spas with a combined 36 treatment rooms and an array of dining and entertainment options. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- French Lick Hotel French Lick
- French Lick Springs Resort
- French Lick Resort