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Pronghorn Resort
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Reviewed 26 November 2013

My Husband and I plus or dog went for the weekend to Pronghorn resort. This was a Birthday gift for my husband to golf. THe location is great, between Bend and Redmond, if you are looking for a total get away this is the place. The Hotel staff couldn't have been more pleasant and made us feel so welcome, wishing my husband happy Birthday on arrival and also at Dinner.

We ate Dinner, Breakfast & Lunch at the resort and all where fantastic and very reasonable in price.
The golf course is excellent, and kept in pristine condition. The rooms are great very cozy with a gas fire, fitted with all the amenities you would expect from the resort of this standard.

Even though it was winter and extermly cold, the golf course was still open. While my husband played golf I took advantage of the wonderful fittness facility equipment with all the machines you could want, plus a fantastic workout studio. There is also hottubs, the pools where closed this time of year but would be worth a trip back in the summer.

This is the perfect relaxing get away, with a short drive in the bustling town of Bend.
We are already looking forward to getting back.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank leon&Kevin
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Reviewed 7 October 2013

The resort boasts 2 excellent golf courses, but in fact you can only play one, as the Fazio is very private. The golf resort was beautiful, the course design and condition first rate. The clubhouse, hotel rooms, and scenery are all worthy of a 5 star resort.

Too bad the staff are a 2 star only.

The first day we played golf and the round took 5 1/2 hours and we finished in the dark. The staff when we finished didn't care to clean our clubs or help us unload our clubs, they just wanted to get out carts back and go home. Our caddy Victor was very poor. He claimed to be a professional golfer, yet his unshaven appearance, chatting while we hit, rude comments about our shots, and lack of any ability to read the greens made me realize he was full of it. He never even once cleaned my clubs. Needless to say he didn't get tipped well.

We went next to the restaurant, we had a group of 12. We asked for seating and they didn't have room for us. No offer to move tables, set up anything, We started out at three tables, then when another group left we moved so we could sit together. The waitress and bartender made no effort to serve us. After 1 hour, half our group said enough poor service and left. Six of us were hungry and asked if we could order. The waitress finally gave us a menu, it was very limited and very overpriced. Then we waited another 30 minutes before they finally served us. We felt like they cared little about our dining experience and when we got the check we noticed they added a 20% tip the bill. I guess they figure they will automatically bill you 20%, then they can treat you bad and still get paid.

The front desk staff is one person, she was very friendly and helpful. Job well done. My room was beautiful, the bed very soft and everything I could want was in the room. The problem was that the adjoining unit and my unit had zero insulation and I could hear every word they said, feel every step they took up the stairs, hear every dish they rattled. Amazing a place so nice can be built to cheaply.

Overall come for the golf, stay and dine elsewhere if you can.

Room Tip: Don'y choose a lock-off King Suite as the unit it is shared with is a two or three bedroom beside and above you. The rooms to look great, but the noise level is some of the worst between units I have ever experienced. You can hear everything in the adjoining units. The hardwood floors echo the sounds. Make sure you book both units or that the adjoining is empty.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled solo
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6  Thank terrynreba
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Reviewed 5 October 2013

Pronghorn is a lovely resort, but quite far away from anything else - grocery store and bank are at least 20 minutes away, so if you go there, plan to spend most of your time at the resort. If you like golf you will be very happy with both golf courses which are quite different from each other. the hotel restaurants are excellent - breakfast at the Trailside grill was hearty, healthy and delicious and dinner at the main restaurant Chanterelle was excellent. The room itself a "suite" was somewhat small and actually had only one chair, so the second person must sit on the bed to read or work on a computer - they really need to address this problem.... The amenities were all excellent as one would expect of an Augerge resort.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank maureenandallen
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Reviewed 4 October 2013

This facility is way out in the boondocks, but if you're a golfer and like a great resort experience this is a gem. The two golf courses are superior. Nicklaus course is accessible through the resort; Fazio is private but can be accessed with connections. Both are terrific courses, Fazio more attractive of the two, with lots of fescue fringed bunkers and vistas. Nicklaus course is what you'd expect; hard but playable. We loved both of them, even though temperatures were in the low fifties in early October. WE rented a four bedroom townhouse on the grounds. Very nice facility. Restaurant was limited in shoulder season and marginally acceptable. Very expensive experience, but we enjoyed it.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Bill60763
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Reviewed 6 September 2013

We picked this location for convenience to Pronghorn Golf and the Auberge name. We have stayed in a number of their other properties and have always been pleased. The golf was fine. Very nice course in great condition. The Golf package with the room made it even better. The accommodations were not to Auberge standards. This is not a hotel. It's a residence club with the lock-off's being rented out. Normally that would be a good thing. Here it's a challenge. There is no room service. To get a good cup of coffee in the morning you'll need to walk to the restaurant facility. We had a one bedroom suite which is actually the smaller side of a 3 bedroom residence. Think of a large hotel room. If we stayed here again, it would be in a two bedroom just to get the larger space. We also have two small dogs and were placed in their dog building. Again, this is not necessarily a bad thing in a high end hotel/resort. At this location, there are backyards/patios. The problem is they are not separated between the lock-offs. If you or your neighbor has a pet, they can easily walk over in front of your sliding back door. Also, reading some of the other reviews that complained about noise from adjoining space, it's because there is a door that separates the lock-off. The main living area of each unit is on the other side of the door. Noise can't be helped. The units are very nice just not suited well for hotel accommodations. Not even paper and a pencil in the room. Which I didn't notice until I went to write down my tee time. Housekeeping could definitely get some lessons on cleaning. There was a layer of dust on the end tables and I hope you don't have to reach under the bed for something. The small back yard had 3 piles of dog waste that hadn't been picked up when we got there. Enough with the bad, I think you get the picture. The service at the rest of the resort was excellent. Couldn't do enough for you. The food at each of their three locations was also excellent. The balance of the amenities at the resort were also very nice. If you're coming here for golf, I would suggest you stay in town (which is about 30 minutes away) or opt for the entire lock-off residence.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank FrankSandy
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