Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 5, 2014 on Hotels
beautiful place undergoing $30,000,000 renovation. most of the activities we wanted to do were cancelled the day we were there...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Maryland
There is a lot going on here!Posted Aug 10, 2014
Pros: Activities - variety
Cons: Improve food quality in casual dining facilities. Have more reasonably priced room/activity packages.
Location: We LOVED nearby Falling Water and Ohiopyle Park. We will definitely return t do some white water rafting! Beautiful area.
My husband and I took our 16 year old son here for the weekend. It was a guys retreat with a Mom hanging around. We loved the Shooting Academy, golf course near Falling Rock, mini golf and more. We stayed in the lodge, which was under construction but the front desk was very accommodating. There is a lot going on here -- almost a Disney World in the PA mountains -- could be too much of this and that at times, but all in all, this was a great experience. I know the resort is well known for its fine dining; we wish the food in the Tavern was better and that there were more breakfast options. We'll return again and try out visiting during other seasons.
Recommendedby Maureen Tilliard from Northern Virginia
DisappointedPosted Aug 4, 2014 on Hotels
I couldn't of been more disappointed about our stay at the Nemicoin Resort. After hearing what an exclusive resort it was our expectations were not met at all. Even though we are not golfers we do play tennis and took advantage of the Adventure center. The tennis courts were in poor condtions; no water on court and torn nets. Our room was not what we reserved; first room we were sent to only had one bed and our reservations was for a family suite with 2 beds and a balony. Instead we were given a room right next to the construction site and no balcony! I would not reccomend your resort to friends/family. What an insult to a tennis player at a top resort and to see such poor condtions. An exclusive resorts should be prepared at all times for any guest that may have an interest outside of the golf.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
unexpected treasurePosted Apr 27, 2014 on Hotels
beautiful, well-maintained resort with a surprising amount to do in the area, both on hotel grounds and nearby.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Great resort for the familyPosted Jan 21, 2014
Pros: Awesome customer service right from the valet to the spa to everyone who works there. Lot of activities for the kids. Spa is awesome as well
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice Family Atmosphere But Not A High End HotelPosted Jan 5, 2013
It's a good hotel for families yet they do not offer the high end services one would expect when paying the prices they charge. Their services and staff were not up to par.
by A verified traveler
Bring Your Own Food and Take Your Family ElsewherePosted Oct 23, 2012
Pros: My favorite thing was being able to leave.
Cons: No food in entire hotel from 10:30 to 11:30 am on a Saturday morning.
Location: In a relatively remote area without access to other restaurants.
I've stayed at this resort for about 12 to 15 times over the past 10 years and have noticed a considerable decline in service. Last month, my wife and a friend stayed at the resort for a wedding shower and had to leave to eat breakfast at the nearby Summit Hotel when they could not get breakfast on the date of their departure. This past Friday, my wife, my three-year-old son, and I arrived at the resort and, at 11:30 pm, there was no one to park our vehicle at the only garages which is a considerable walk; there was no one to help with luggage; and for a price about five times what one would pay for a stay at the Hampton Inn, the service was no better. The next morning between 10:30 and 11:30 am, not a single of the several restaurants in the resort were open and, after spending about an hour walking back and forth through the resort in an effort to find food, we went back to the room to order room service, which consisted of a cheese plate and a fruit plate because there is nothing else available for our son. My wife, who had a noon spa appointment, was without food until she returned to the remnants of our room service. I brought these matters to the resort's attention but was met with indifference. Finally, after our cheese and fruit, my three-year-old son and I were kicked out of an empty play area for children at 1:00 pm because we didn't have a "reservation." I didn't know you needed a reservation for an empty playground.