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Mohonk Mountain House
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Reviewed 21 October 2012

The Mohonk Mountain house must have been a magnificent hotel back in the day, but now it is worn around the edges and very overpriced.
The good: The exterior and its grounds are beautiful. For those who enjoy hiking, there are many trails to follow as well as tennis courts, a lake and a barn and a small greenhouse. The hotel also offers several free exercise classes. The pool area looked very nice.
The bad: The room was tiny. We were surprised that a hotel located in the country would have such small rooms. The hallways had a hospital smell (I have no idea why) and the whole hotel was stuffy. The carpets in the hallways were very worn. We were also surprised that there was very little closet space, no TV, no radio and no mini-fridge. The in room safe was locked and could not be opened. The food in the formal dining room was decent, nothing more. The food in the buffet restaurant was sub-par, though edible. For the price, it was not the luxurious experience we had expected. The room where the entertainment was provided contained hard wooden chairs lined up side by side, making comfort and conversation impossible. As you might surmise, we won't be back

Room Tip: Some rooms seem to be larger than others. Request a larger room. It will still be small but not the walk in closet that we were given.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank Joyce L
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Reviewed 21 October 2012

I am a fan of natural beauty. I am repulsed by electronic gatgetry or noise and chaos. Thus, i have to admire and commend the Mohonk Mountain House. Its worth a million dollars if you have it to spend. There are multitudinous venues for relaxation. Lakes, gazebos, gardens, hiking trails and buggy rides. Quietude throughout the buildings. Loveliness in the simplicity of the architecture. I could probably go on! Visit here at the very least.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Patricia C
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Reviewed 20 October 2012

My wife and I had very special birthdays this fall and we decided to celebrate them at the Mohonk Mountain House. As you pull up to entrance you are welcomed by the very friendly staff. The facility is beautiful and stately. The rooms are more than adequate but the views on either side of the hotel are just breathtaking. I spent the morning running on the over 80 miles of trails without passing more than a couple of people. The food is plentiful and the waitstaff are attentive but not intrusive. We had a fire place in our room which we used on both nights. Our stay was very special.

Room Tip: A room with a balcony and a fireplace.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Fred U
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Reviewed 17 October 2012

The quaker history of this hotel has lent it's old-fashioned ways to the service & structure, but the food and spa are innovative and new. There are options for eating: the buffet (and menu) in the great dining room, and ordering in the Carriage Lounge (bar) from the menu.

The infamous climbing destination Skytop is worth a day (or half) for the climbing alone. Lovely.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank pickling
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Reviewed 14 October 2012

Got home today from a four day/three nite return visit to Mohonk--it was wonderful to be back and see the positive changes and renovations yet the maintaining of the old Mohonk I love--
the entire staff are warm and friendly with smiles and hellos all day long, MY room was cozy and super clean and the food was outstanding and plentiful. Despite having numerous weddings over the weekend, service to regular guests was superb. MY only complaint was/is the high cost of the alcoholic beverages. Mohonk's complimentary wireless internet is the best I have come across--super fast and connects automatically. Mother Nature abounds and the colors are bright and all around.
Can't wait to go back--Mohonk is like my 2nd home.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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1  Thank travelpais
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