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Seven Springs Mountain Resort
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Reviewed June 30, 2008

We stayed in a friend's condo on the property for a week so I can't comment on the hotel rooms. Nothing in the lodge looked run down to me.

The resort is nice although the outdoor pool wasn't that great. We swam in the indoor pool. That was nice. There are two double doors that lead out onto a terrace with tables and lounge chairs. A bar area is on the terrace for snacks and drinks.

There were enough activities for everyone. The kids liked the alpine slide. There is also bowling, indoor mini golf, fishing, paintball, eurobungy, rockwall climbing, hay rides, hiking, skeet shhooting, golf etc. You can keep very busy if that's what you want to do. We fished a couple of days and they keep the ponds well stocked. All of us caught at least one and my son beat us all by catching 11 fish. One thing to keep in mind is that all the activities are charged per person. This includes the hotel pools if you aren't staying at the resort. Everything is priced ala carte.

There aren't many dining choices on the property. There is a diner for sandwhiches and a restaurant for more full meals. We ate at each a couple of times. The food was good and reasanbly priced. There are more choices if don't mind driving.
If you are going to visit Fallingwaters when you go here, you should continue about a mile down the road and go to Highwater grill. The food was great. I understand that during the winter season more places to eat are open on the property.

The scenery was beautiful and the weather was great when we visited. I would like to go back in the fall when the leaves are turning. It must be a sight to see.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled with family
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Thank woody2662
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Reviewed March 19, 2008

We visit every year. They finally updated the rooms Each room has a balcony that overlooks either the slope or a wooded area. Sleeping areas are seperated by the bath.

The resort is completely self-contained, you do not have to step out side to get anywhere. The environment is safe for kids to roam.

There is a large indoor pool, bowling alley, large arcade and they have roller skating available at certain hours. There are plenty of choices for dining, from Bar-fare to Formal dining.

Don't make the mistake of waiting until the 5:00 check-in to approach the desk. Go early and get your ski-pass, pick up your room key later.

The elevators are slow, and there is always some nastly little kid pushing all the buttons while the parents try to check in or out. Bellman carts are hard to come by, so keep your eyes peeled and be ready to grab one when they become available.

The breakfast buffet is sufficient, any hot or cold item you would expect for breakfast. Passes are provided with the room, so don't skip the 'free' food.

There is a long hall filled with shops with seasonal appearal, jewelry, leather, and others.

The ski slopes are more than adequate for anyone from south or west of PA...well at least until you get to within driving distance of Colorado. The slopes are maintained and the lines for the lifts are typically short, never waited more than about 3 mins. Usually we are ready to get on by the time we regroup.

For a ski vacation, particullarly if you have kids or a large group this is the place. They even have rooms with adjacent 'party suites' for groups to gather. It is not 5 star, but the price is right and there is always something to do for those that don't ski.

Stayed: March 2008
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Reviewed March 11, 2008

The nicely furnished updated room faced the slope and was quite nice, though there was noise from other rooms (people, pipes, etc.).

The staff appeared to be poorly trained. The first lady at the front desk appeared upset that I wanted to check-in, because it took her away from a gossip session. Then she promptly gave me a room number and key. Upon going up to the room, my wife, baby, and me quickly discovered that the room was already occupied. I had to return to the front desk. I spoke to the supervisor this time and she gave me another room, but did not apologize. She didn't seem surprised that this occurred.

The breakfast buffet was mediocre at best.

  • Stayed: March 2008, traveled on business
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Thank jp5o
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Reviewed March 3, 2008

This is a great ski resort for families.

In addition to good skiing, there is plenty to do - bowling, indoor pool, arcade, shopping, snow tubing, snowmobile rides, etc.

We stayed in the main (10 story) hotel. The rooms are recently updated and attractive. The beds are comfortable. The food at the restaurants is surprisingly good, and fairly priced. Prices in the shops are surprisingly fair for a resort. There are plenty of bars for adults.

The common areas are a little dated, yet still attractive. This is part of its charm. If you want a brand new, high dollar ski resort experience, spend the money and fly to Colorado.

The place is HUGE - we were there on one of the busiest weekends of the year - cars parked everywhere, and the slopes weren't too crowded. They have a LOT of ski runs.

The hotel advertises that they're rated the #1 ski resort in the Mid Atlantic region, and one of the top 5 for family activities in the U.S.

We agree. We REALLY enjoyed Seven Springs, and will go back.

  • Stayed: February 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 18, 2008

condos: dated - cheap sheets - cheap comforters - blankets with cigarett burns- cheap towels - old furniture - cheap - price expensive

food: fried - choices are bar food - diner food - pizza or a buffet that is really an upscale cafeteria - every restaraunt that serves alcohol smells like smoke, even when empty - most decent meals can be found at helens which has great atmosphere but the food isn't great -

staff - friendly and helpful

spa - great spa - friendly attentive

gym - as with the rest of the place is in desparate need of update

go for the day but don't pay to stay

until the requisite updates are made this place is a big thumbs down - i grew up going there and can honestly say nothing has changed since 1987 except that they have wireless (which is spotty)

  • Stayed: February 2008, traveled on business
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Thank 4_mytravl
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