The Resort At The Mountain

★★★★★
  • 68010 E Fairway Ave

    Welches, OR 97067

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  • 503-622-3005

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After a wonderful Thanksgiving Buffet experience several years ago, we decided to go again with the family for Thanksgiving 2011.

Pro's

> nice drive out from Portland

> the wait staff was pleasant.

> the food is pretty good

> nice

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★★★★★

After a wonderful Thanksgiving Buffet experience several years ago, we decided to go again with the family for Thanksgiving 2011.

Pro's

> nice drive out from Portland

> the wait staff was pleasant.

> the food is pretty good

> nice

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The customer service at this place SUCKS! I wish I would have read the reviews before purchasing a nights stay. I agree with the bait and switch for a higher price. DO NOT stay here!!

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★★★★★

The customer service at this place SUCKS! I wish I would have read the reviews before purchasing a nights stay. I agree with the bait and switch for a higher price. DO NOT stay here!!

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My husband and I chose to have our wedding at the Resort at the Mountain on February 12th, 2011. They gave us a "free" room for our wedding suite, which will now cost us about $2,000. When we originally booked it for our wedding we were

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★★★★★

My husband and I chose to have our wedding at the Resort at the Mountain on February 12th, 2011. They gave us a "free" room for our wedding suite, which will now cost us about $2,000. When we originally booked it for our wedding we were

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My P.E.O. Chapter was one of the hosts for the State P.E.O. Convention which was held at the Resort at the Mountain. It is a beautiful mountain resort with golf course, dining choices and helpful people.

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★★★★★

My P.E.O. Chapter was one of the hosts for the State P.E.O. Convention which was held at the Resort at the Mountain. It is a beautiful mountain resort with golf course, dining choices and helpful people.

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My family made reservations for a Villa at The Resort for a family reunion with our new baby. We booked a larger combined room for the occasion over a week in advance, paid in full. We confirmed the reservation 2 hours before arriving but when we did arrived, we learned that our room had been sold to someone else. The management gave several inconsistent stories about why they gave the room away, none of which was convincing. We did stay in separate rooms, but the all the food we bought for use in the kitchen went to waste. What a disappointment!

I will never book accomodations at The Resort again. I choose not to do business with unethical management that at will double book rooms and take pre-payment only to swap accomodations at the last second.

Bait and switch scam at its best!

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★☆☆☆☆

My family made reservations for a Villa at The Resort for a family reunion with our new baby. We booked a larger combined room for the occasion over a week in advance, paid in full. We confirmed the reservation 2 hours before arriving but when we did arrived, we learned that our room had been sold to someone else. The management gave several inconsistent stories about why they gave the room away, none of which was convincing. We did stay in separate rooms, but the all the food we bought for use in the kitchen went to waste. What a disappointment!

I will never book accomodations at The Resort again. I choose not to do business with unethical management that at will double book rooms and take pre-payment only to swap accomodations at the last second.

Bait and switch scam at its best!

Pros: Renovated rooms getting better

Cons: Pre-paid rooms made a week in advance given away

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Location, location, location, is all that I can say. What a beautiful spot for this resort. They have restaurants and very picturesque golf course. The rooms were a little out dated, but the scenery takes care of that.

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★★★★☆

Location, location, location, is all that I can say. What a beautiful spot for this resort. They have restaurants and very picturesque golf course. The rooms were a little out dated, but the scenery takes care of that.

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This is a beautiful resort and a great place to stay no matter what time of year you go. They have a great golf course. I prefer playing the red course, because it has 9 beautiful unique holes of golf. The other 18 holes are fun to play but not quite up to par with the red. There are plenty of trails to hike and bike, and it's just a short drive to Timberline Lodge. The restaurant is nice, and offers a menu with plenty of variety.

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★★★★☆

This is a beautiful resort and a great place to stay no matter what time of year you go. They have a great golf course. I prefer playing the red course, because it has 9 beautiful unique holes of golf. The other 18 holes are fun to play but not quite up to par with the red. There are plenty of trails to hike and bike, and it's just a short drive to Timberline Lodge. The restaurant is nice, and offers a menu with plenty of variety.

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This Place Is Great The Golfing Is Great Then I Like To Mountain Bike Everywere And Than Go Fly Fishing Than Get A Fire Going I Give It A High Rateing The Town Is Small & Really Layed Back Good Fun DJ.

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This Place Is Great The Golfing Is Great Then I Like To Mountain Bike Everywere And Than Go Fly Fishing Than Get A Fire Going I Give It A High Rateing The Town Is Small & Really Layed Back Good Fun DJ.

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I have deemed one day every other week for golf and relaxation in an awesome setting. My course of choice is the resort at the mountain. Three beautiful nines of golf in an unhurried atmosphere with friendly staff and greenskeepers. The course requires intelligent management but does not play too tough to affect your happy factor negatively. Only slight drawback is the 50 minute drive but once you arrive it does not really matter. Food is awesome at the pub and should be included in your day at the resort. Try the prime rib sandwich!

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★★★★★

I have deemed one day every other week for golf and relaxation in an awesome setting. My course of choice is the resort at the mountain. Three beautiful nines of golf in an unhurried atmosphere with friendly staff and greenskeepers. The course requires intelligent management but does not play too tough to affect your happy factor negatively. Only slight drawback is the 50 minute drive but once you arrive it does not really matter. Food is awesome at the pub and should be included in your day at the resort. Try the prime rib sandwich!

Pros: Course condition, location, staff

Cons: none, none, none

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Awesome experience, played unlimited golf for $50 and a cart mid-week. Treated right by everyone I came in contact with the asst. pro, greenskeepers and the waitress who served us tasty fish & chips underneath huge shade trees overlooking the valley and the course. The course itself is in great shape and although not long, course management and positioning plays a large part in scoring well. Come up and enjoy it but do not tell anyone whom might ruin this tranquil place for the rest of us!

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★★★★★

Awesome experience, played unlimited golf for $50 and a cart mid-week. Treated right by everyone I came in contact with the asst. pro, greenskeepers and the waitress who served us tasty fish & chips underneath huge shade trees overlooking the valley and the course. The course itself is in great shape and although not long, course management and positioning plays a large part in scoring well. Come up and enjoy it but do not tell anyone whom might ruin this tranquil place for the rest of us!

Pros: Staff, Conditions, Scenery

Cons: Secret, will get, out

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and this is absolutely the best "all around" golf experience you can have. 3 courses. All nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains. All in perfect condition. Literally! They don't hurry you around the course or make you hit into the group in from of you. The mowers ALWAYS stop and turn off the motors when even remotely near a golfer. The restaurant has great good. And, they have a package price for "unlimited golf." So take a day off and spend the entire day at the Resort...you will not regret it.

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★★★★★

and this is absolutely the best "all around" golf experience you can have. 3 courses. All nestled at the base of the Cascade Mountains. All in perfect condition. Literally! They don't hurry you around the course or make you hit into the group in from of you. The mowers ALWAYS stop and turn off the motors when even remotely near a golfer. The restaurant has great good. And, they have a package price for "unlimited golf." So take a day off and spend the entire day at the Resort...you will not regret it.

Pros: The Mountains, The People

Cons: 45-min Drive from PDX

Message from The Resort At The Mountain

Nestled in the western highlands of Mt. Hood, less than an hour from Portland, is one of the Northwest??s premier destination resorts. The 157-room Resort at The Mountain, with its unique ambiance and exceptional service, complements the natural beauty of neighboring national forests and clear running streams.

Here, guests of all types ?? groups, couples and families ?? may choose from a seemingly endless array of seasonal activities and adventures. Tee it up on the 27-hole championship golf course (The Courses) or play the 18-hole putting course (The Greens). Serve it up on a tennis, volleyball or badminton court. Roam picturesque grounds. Salmon fish. Pick berries and forage mushrooms. Hike. Photograph wildlife. Take off on a mountain bike. Work out in the fitness center. Then chill out around the pool. Or indulge all your senses at The Resort??s full-service spa. Winter getaways are special as well. Guests may ski or snowboard to their hearts?? content at one of three Mt. Hood ski areas. And end their day basking in the warmth and glow of one many fireplaces at The Resort, while contemplating tomorrow. For meetings, incentives and social events, 15,000 square feet of flexible interior function space accommodates groups of 5 to 750 guests. Outdoor venues boast spectacular vistas and allow attendees to breathe in their surroundings and cast off their cares. Rejuvenate their spirits. And, of course, be at their most receptive and productive. There is so much more to see and do in and around the Mt. Hood Territory. Visit local farms and flower gardens. Or historical museums. Tour and taste at area wineries and micro-breweries. Much depends on the season. But one thing is for sure, all is easily accessible from The Resort at The Mountain.

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Ski resort and country escape features 160 rooms, suites and villas; plus golf, an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, on-site restaurants, more.

 

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