The Chateau at Nemacolin

A grandiose gem in rustic Pennsylvania
With its regal façade, patterned after the Ritz Paris, The Chateau at Nemacolin brings elegance to the Pennsylvania countryside. Inside, the guest rooms feel grand and traditional, with vaulted ceilings and crystal chandeliers. They're made even more impressive by the attentive service of white-gloved butlers on the club level.

The luxury hotel's grand lobby, with white columns, carved wood walls and a formal tea room, is a sophisticated place to sit with a drink from the lobby bar, but you might not find yourself spending much time indoors — the resort offers a staggering list of things to do. Play a round at either of the two pristine golf courses, join in on a Polaris off-roading adventure or visit to the zoo animals that live on the grounds.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The Chateau is inspired by the classic hotels of Europe, particularly the Ritz Paris in France. The hotel features coffered ceilings, huge Corinthian columns, striking crystal chandeliers and two-story Palladian windows in the lobby.
  • At Five-Star Lautrec, guests enjoy farm-to-table ingredients cooked with European techniques. The attractive dining room is located on the ground floor of The Chateau and serves a spectacular eight-course tasting menu.
  • The Cigar Bar, appropriately located next to the resort’s Cigar Shop, has a worldly selection of fine cigars and top-shelf bourbons, scotches and cognacs served in a cozy space is outfitted with dark leather sofas, rich wood furniture and a roaring fireplace.
  • Avid golfers can tee off in style during their stay, with two excellent golf courses located onsite, including Mystic Rock: a 7,550-yard, par-72 course named by Golf Digest as one of the top-100 public courses in the country.
Things to Know
  • You’ll love this luxury resort’s lavish afternoon tea service spread, which includes a delicious assortment of imported teas, coffees and pastries.
  • The Chateau is the largest hotel within the 2,200-acre Nemacolin and for a rustic touch, guests are treated to nightly s’mores at an outdoor fire pit.
  • The resort’s Kidz Klub offers daily kid-friendly crafts and sports under close staff supervision. Young ones can also enjoy pony rides, safari tours, arcade games, a bowling alley, and much more.
  • The property’s sommeliers hold wine tastings three times a week in a specially-built wine room. Don’t miss a chance to tour the 21,000-bottle wine cellar, which includes a bottle of 1845 Madeira.
  • Staying in a posh Chateau Club Level room gives you around-the-clock service from a personal butler and access to a lounge where you’ll be treated to daily European-style breakfasts, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.
The Rooms
  • The Chateau’s guest rooms use classical décor to create elegant and ornate rooms but it’s what’s above the bed that will draw your attention—the vaulted ceiling and crystals chandelier make even flipping channels feel grand.
  • Bathrooms in standard guest rooms at this luxury resort have marble tiled walls, brass fixtures on the sink and a dual shower and tub. White cabinetry beautifully contrasts against the rust-colored marble floors.
  • Suite bathrooms feature jetted soaking tubs separate—perfect for ending a long day in luxurious fashion, especially if you pair your bath with a glass of fine wine from the in-room dining menu.
The Restaurants
  • Lautrec brings local and seasonal ingredients to life in creative European-style cuisine.
  • The formal restaurant is popular for celebrations and special nights out, and the service and special touches from the housemade truffle scones to the impressive candy cart.
  • Aqueous is a sophisticated destination for ahi tuna, Maryland blue crab, black cod and other seafood that’s flown in daily.
  • Barattolo is a casual, family friendly eatery specializing in ravioli, margherita pizza, lasagna and other Italian favorites.
  • If you’re in the mood for a hearty bite while you enjoy the Pittsburgh Pirates game on TV, The Tavern sports bar (with its gourmet burger menu) is a winning call to make.
  • A host of other dining options dot the property, ranging from steak (Rockwell’s) and sweets (PJ’s ice cream parlor) to sandwiches (Otis & Henry's Bar and Grill) and on-the-go snacks (The Pantry).
Getting There
1001 Lafayette Drive, Farmington, Pennsylvania 15437
The Chateau at Nemacolin
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