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Reviewed September 14, 2012

Beautiful setting for a mountain resort nestled in the Laurel Highlands of the Appalachian Mountains with great views and a lot of activities. It had been several years (~15) since I had been to Seven Springs and was looking forward to seeing it again. The zip lines are great and the availability of the indoor and outdoor pools were very nice - great for the kids and adults alike. The breakfast buffet that came with the stay was better than expected. However, the rooms in the main lodge were small and dated. The bathroom only fit one at a time (a little difficult with 3 girls…) and the carpets and duvets needed to be replaced. Overall, the available activities and amenities are good, but the rooms/lodging need some work. I would go again for the activities – skiing, zip line, pool, but probably will not stay on property.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Scott D
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Karen G, Front Office Manager at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, responded to this reviewResponded October 16, 2012

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback regarding your recent stay at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. We pride ourselves on excellent service and being a fun, Four-Seasons Resort. While, we continuously update and improve our facilities, you may want to consider making your next reservation in our already updated, Tower section of the Hotel. Should you wish to set up a future reservation, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Warmest regards,
Karen Gray
Hotel Front Office Manager
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
814-352-7777 ext. 7575

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Reviewed September 14, 2012 via mobile

7 Spring has been remodeling many of the common areas and doing a great job. The hotel rooms are nice but a little "tired"...hopefully they will remodel them as well. The Trillium Spa is fabulous!!! I have been to many spas...NYC, South Beach, etcand this continues to be one of my favorite. My husband cannot say enough good things about the sporting clays facility... He even likes it better than Nemacolin! We visit this resort every year and this was the first time we were disappointed in Helen's, the fine dining restaurant. There were 7 of us and we waited forever for out food. The salads didn't even come out at the same time...about 15 minutes apart. We will probably pass on Helen's next year. The Sunday brunch in the main lodge, once again, was great!

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank 1Turtle2008
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Reviewed September 13, 2012

My GF and I stayed here for a weekend a trip this summer during their wine festival. This resort is settled amongst some of the most scenic mountains in PA. I give it high marks for location. However, upon arriving, I had to wait in line for 30 minutes just to check in at the front desk. We then went to our rooms and were moderately disappointed in how they looked. The place looked "old". Just very old, 70's style decor with panelling EVERYWHERE. God forbid that place ever catches on fire because it would probably go up like kindling. The hallways were dirty and dark, and the signs were terrible. Several times I heard people saying "where do we go?" Now, the wine festival was great, lots of choices, but they called it a "Wine and Food Festival". Well, unless they wanted us to graze on the grass, I saw no food....other than the food offered inside their restaurants that was no different than any other day. Now, they did have enough activities to keep us busy. We rode the Alpine Slide, took a walk through some trails, ski lift rides to the top of the mountain, paddleboating on Lake Tahoe, etc. So, the amenities were nice. My criticism of Seven Springs is this.....you are one of the most popular places to ski in this area - you are certainly the MOST EXPENSIVE (my goodness, are things expensive there) - couldn't you spend some money and update that place? Every hallway I walked down, I expected to bump into Ron Jeremy. There were two "restaurants" that we ate at - ironically they shared the same buffet. The wait staff on the Timbers side were very pleasant and hospitable - the wait staff on the Mountainside were rude (our waitress over there was actually complaining to another waitress about "all these people" - what people? You mean the ones PAYING YOUR SALARY, you ungrateful hound?) We decided one night to order a pizza. After standing in line for 15 minutes, we overheard the cashier say pizzas won't be ready for at least an hour. We asked the consierge how to find a certain room, and all he did was point at the wall and say "that way". So, I think the staff there needs some SERIOUS customer service classes. But in spite of these things, we still managed to have a good time because we entertained ourselves with wine and other activities. And to be fair, the front desk staff were very nice. I would probably stay here again but since Seven Springs is such a big ski resort, I'd probably stay in the winter and see if the service was any better.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

Recently stayed for 2 nights and had a great time. Room was nice and breakfast buffet was fantastic. We arrived Thursday afternoon and did the Laurel Valley zip line and then got the activities bracelet for the next day. Timing was great because even though my Daughter and her friend did not start school yet most other districts must have because the lines for activities were non existent! Overall it was a great stay and we will go back next year!!

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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Thank jra500
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

We have gone to Seven Springs for approx 25 years, staying in chalets on property. They have progressively gotten worse. When booking this year, we got different prices from several people. Wanted 2 chalets next to each other but when we got there they gave us 12 & 17-NOT next to each other! Managed to change that. One chalet we got was newly renovated and none of the plumbing in the kitchen worked; called them to fix it & no one ever showed. The other chalet was disgusting. Stained carpet; wet carpet; they called it "rustic". Maid service did not come until after 3 pm one day-after we had to call front desk. Don't plan to ever go back.

Room Tip: Try the lodge instead of chalets
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with family
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