Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

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This lovely hotel is in Uniontown. The premises count with 318 welcoming guest rooms. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas. Those who stay at this establishment may contact the reception desk any time during the day. The premises offer accessible public areas...

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This lovely hotel is in Uniontown. The premises count with 318 welcoming guest rooms. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas. Those who stay at this establishment may contact the reception desk any time during the day. The premises offer accessible public areas. Travellers arriving by car will appreciate parking available at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. All guests staying at this property may amuse themselves with the residence's entertainment. All guests staying at this property may appreciate health and wellness services offered at Nemacolin Woodlands Re...

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No Masks Required - Townhouse Review

Reviewed 16 january, 2022

We rented a townhome over MLK weekend so we could limit out exposure to other guests during the Covid surge. Upon check-in at the Chateau I was shocked to see groups of guests around the lobby not wearing masks. When I asked, the hotel policy is no mask required if you're fully vaccinated. You are not required to show proof of vaccination, as you are in NYC for example. Inside at the Peak, it was the same. No masks, large groups of people everywhere. The shuttle does not require masks either. So beware if you take Covid precautions seriously, this probably isn't the place for you. We rented a 2bd/2.5ba townhome which was plenty of space for our family of four. We loved the location for the kids, being next to the zoo and play structures in the backyard. We ordered room service and it was delivered promptly. The townhome itself has a fully equipped kitchen with seating for four and washer/dryer. It is a small townhome but nicely furnished. A little worn in some areas and not well insulated from the cold. For the prices they charge, they should make upgrades. It was very expensive but for a holiday weekend but with all of the on-site activities and excellent service we were willing to pay. We would stay again.


Nemacolin stay

Reviewed 13 january, 2022

Nemacolin is a luxury resort with top notch services and activities. Their staff is extremely professional and friendly. When dining on property, their are several quality choices. I was impressed with the appointments and cleanliness of the accommodations. I will definitely consider another stay.


Some Good and Some No So Good

Reviewed 13 january, 2022

My son and I went to Nemacolin over Christmas. I booked one of the "homes" (Garshak) so that we could limit our exposure to exposure to people due to the pandemic. I specifically asked if we would be able to hear the other guests since it's like a townhouse with 2 duplicate rentals. I was told that there had been only 1 complaint but it was from noise outside. I question that seriously since the minute they arrived we could hear EVERYTHING and apparently they allowed their children to run up and down the halls and stairs yelling every day. We could also smell what they cook. In addition, this very expensive rental was out of date and had broken furniture (dining chair), shades (2), lights (pendants) and really should not charged at that rate--especially when you can hear everything from next door. So the rest of the property was nice. It was pretty busy so we were constantly on alert about exposure. Since the kitchen in the house was very small which made it awkward to cook meals, we ended up eating out more than I planned/wanted and almost every single meal was over $300 (in most cases including wine). So if you go and plan to eat in the restaurants, make sure you're prepared for that cost on top of the expensive room. They could make snow due to how humid it was so that was disappointing but understood. The place was beautiful and we did have fun on some of the activities. Will we go back? I'd have to think on that but it will not be in the same house.

Liz H

Wonderful hotel- if you want to spend all your money

Reviewed 5 january, 2022

The hotel is beautiful. In January 2022, we felt like the only people there. We stayed in the Lodge and didn’t feel like we missed anything not staying at the Château. The shuttle was always running to take us places. The staff were all masked but the other guests were not. Cons - -waiting on hold for 30 min to schedule a spa service and never receiving a call back from the golf simulator to schedule -Gel manicure was garbage. Two nails chipped within 12 hours and two more on my way home. There is no spa ambiance for the salon part -the showers at the spa have black mold in all the corners and the drain cover hair ball covering it. It made me question how sanitary the steam and whirlpool were. Not what you want to be thinking when you drop $2k on spa treatments -the oxtail was disgusting at Bartollo, it was just fat and uncooked noodles Overall it was a great trip if you are ok paying double what you should pay.


Real. Life. Magic.

Reviewed 2 january, 2022

Wow. Real Life Magic, indeed. There is simply too much to say, but I think a thorough review is required, so away we go: TL;DR: This place is the gem you never knew you were seeking. From the moment you arrive until the moment you leave, the attention to detail is on-point. Every dining experience was an adventure for your taste buds and every activity was its own moment for valuable memories. 1. Falling Rock Accommodations 2. The Cigar Bar at the Chateau 3. The Peak and the heated outdoor pool 4. Pinot and Paint 5. The Golf Academy 6. Baratollo 7. NYE party  1. My husband and I stayed at Falling Rock, which was, in itself, a delight for those who appreciate architecture. The hotel design is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright in nearly every aspect from the exterior to the lobby to the patio to the interior of the guest rooms. Not a lot of color (consistent and in-theme) and mostly earth tones.  Forget all that. The service was insane. Upon our arrival, we dropped our car keys with doorman, ANDY, who unloaded our things and parked our vehicle, and checked in with LILLY at the front desk. Her infectious energy welcomed us with a grin that could be "seen" through her mask (which every staff associate was wearing the duration of our stay). She detailed what was going on that day and was sure to provide us with a welcome glass of bubbly before introducing us to our butler (which is a service I believe all guests at Falling Rock receive). Our butler for our stay, PHIL, was a-ma-zing. He gave us plenty of information about the resort and surrounding areas, and also made recommendations based on what previous guests had enjoyed. Every time he responded to a request, he offered to do more. There just isn't enough positive things I can say about Phil and his efforts. Between he, the evening butler (who provided warm cookies while we were away from our room in the evenings) and the housekeeping staff who made sure we had a clean room every day, I was in no hurry to return home. Room service / in-room-dining was outstanding. We were running late for an activity at the Peak and feared missing breakfast and coffee (!!), so we called down and asked if the kitchen could prepare us something to go. Barely 15 minutes later, Phil arrived with two fresh bagel sandwiches of thick cut crispy bacon, farm fresh eggs and cheddar cheese, accompanied by two travel cups of coffee and dining ware. It was incredible! One of the resorts best restaurants, Aqueous, is in Falling Rock. I have written a separate review for it, but I must reiterate here: MCKAYLEE and her colleagues are outstanding at their craft and well-deserving of generous tipping. At a separate dining experience, my husband and I were late for breakfast by a few minutes. We were told so by MARIA, a guest services associate with Aqueous. Rather than let my disappointment remain, Maria pointed out some of the lunch items that could appease my discerning palate (which longed for eggs and bacon), checked with the kitchen and returned to me twice with recommendations. I ended up having the best BLT I have ever experienced, with fried egg accompaniment. What breakfast? This was what I wanted all along, girl...! I would be remiss to not also praise the good work of Colleen, who served us the makeshift brunch meal, and ensured that we did not leave unsatisfied.  One more thing I have to mention about Falling Rock staff: my husband and I ended up having a less-than-stellar cocktail experience over at the Chateau (see below). A phone call was apparently made and ELISSA from the front desk at FR made sure we had a do-over, on the house! Again, the service here is impeccable and the people who offer it here are excellent at making guests happy. 2. I made new friends at the Cigar Bar.  But my fave new acquaintances are TY, KELLY, and MIKE.   Ty, who works in the Cigar shop is a knowledgeable salesman with hidden musical talent. He is also a certified sommelier. No big deal (!!).  Natch, I asked him to recommend the perfect drink for the Cigar my hubs enjoyed. He did not disappoint. Meanwhile, Kelly crafted bespoke cocktails expertly while keeping conversation with each guest. It was amazing to witness. They are a duo to experience and I HIGHLY recommend that you do so. Even if you do not smoke cigars (which I do not) the room is a welcoming atmosphere where an empty chair is a moment to meet someone new.  3. We spent an entire afternoon at the Peak in a reserved poolside firepit, watching football and drinking mulled wine in 50°F weather. Oh, and Hubs did take a dip in the heated pool and enjoyed it!  I was skeptical and stayed curled up on the couch with my warm wine and THE MOST DELICIOUS PRETZEL I HAVE EVER HAD IN MY LIFE. No exaggeration, I assure you. Service was provided by ROMELO, who goes by Melo and who lives up to that description. There was no request he did not attempt to accommodate...all with a cool smile. 4. Pinot and Paint was taught by SAM. This was my first time doing something like this. Sam was a fun teacher who engaged with her students and kept the pace going. It felt like we had all known her prior to the class, she was so personable!   Later, AMAMDA from the art studio asked my husband and me why we did not want to keep the cocktails we had brought with us to class. After hearing our explanation, she insisted on calling over to Falling Rock for us to receive replacement cocktails. This was unexpected since we were perfectly willing to just do away with the cocktails altogether. Service, I tell ya... 5. The Golf Academy was an unplanned stop while hubs and I were walking around the resort. At the time, JAREN was the only person working there and greeted us. He was available and ended up doing a full-on lesson, using the simulator and assessment tools. Jaren corrected my stance, back swing, and pivot. I am amazed at how much I improved in only an hour. I highly recommend this service for any golfers who want to get an assessment of their swing and some advice/recommendations on how to improve. 6. We ended up staying an extra night, so our last night there, we dined at Baratollo, an Italian-themed family restaurant. CASSANDRA was our fantastic server. Her attention to detail was so great that she caught my grimace at a wayward child and, without request, recommended that we move to a more intimate part of the restaurant, next to a fireplace. It was perfect! She, in essence, avoided having to inconvenience the rambunctious family AND us without so much as a word to either party beforehand. Her effort, while inconspicuous in delivery did not go unnoticed for its intent.  Did I mention that the service here is INSANELY great?!?! 7. Lastly, but certainly not the least of our experience, was the New Year's Eve event, the Diamond Party. I honestly don't even know what to say that would adequately describe the magic therein. I don't think I will try, except to say that it was like none other. My one complaint would be that the bar service seemed lacking for such a large crowd, but that is more of an outsider observation because we actually walked around the corner to KELLY and TY at the Cigar Bar for our cocktails to avoid the long line! LOL! It worked, too, because by this point, Kelly knew us well enough to take one look at us, ask "same as before?" and subsequently craft our drinks within 5 minutes. Bottom line: you should definitely go. You will not be disappointed.