Tailored comfort designed to be both delightful and restful is the theme for the 483 renovated guest rooms. Each wing will feature a distinct color palette that flows from the corridors into the guest rooms and exquisite floral patterns along with uniquely Homestead touches, accent the décor.
The heart of The Homestead, the Great Hall is timeless, traditional and charming. The custom-designed carpet, a nod to the flora and fauna of the Allegheny Mountains, is accented with the trim of classic hardwood floors. Elegant up lighting enhances the welcoming ambiance and whimsy.
Each of the resort’s 28 meeting rooms will be refreshed with a focus on architectural details and advanced functionality. Improvements like lighting fixtures, acoustic ceiling tiles, new carpeting and refinished hardwood floors, will create sophisticated meetings and events spaces.
This 1923 addition to the resort receives a modern update with the viewing area converted from theater seats to comfortable sofa settees, lounge chairs and side tables ideal for a variety of events. New audio-video technology will transform the projection booth into an elegant cocktail bar.
Conveniently located in the Casino building, Pioneer Picnic provides a new, fast-casual, family-friendly dining experience that honors the cuisine of the region. The wrap-around porch and grand lawn invite guests to dine outside, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views.
Sunny, light and bright describe the new bistro-style look and feel of Martha’s Market, the resort’s popular, all-day outlet. Signature coffees, snacks, sandwiches and a delightful ice cream display are highlighted by the improved design which flows seamlessly into the adjoining Washington Library.
Home to a stunning portrait collection of the resort’s presidential guests, the Lobby Bar expands into the Georgian Room. The bourbon and brandy color palette creates a distinguished setting for enjoying top tier spirits, fine wines and even a game of pool.
Reopening late 2022
The Warm Springs Pools, the oldest spa structures in the country, are being carefully restored, board-by-board, retaining as much historic building fabric as possible while ensuring that the buildings are prepared to serve many years of future use. The work encompasses preserving and/or replacing in-kind the historic wood structure, windows, doors, siding and roofing along with repairing the foundation piers of both baths and the reception house.Learn More
The original octagonal stone basin was probably built in the 1760s, but it was not covered until the mid-1820s.
Warm Spring Pools
This project is a rehabilitation: altering or adding to a historic property while retaining it's historic character.
Built in the mid-1870s, the 22-sided central portion stands on a circular stone wall that encloses the spring and pool.
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