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Choose a luxurious resort in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands that suits your tastes and fits your budget.

Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands resorts are as unique as the surrounding mountain landscapes. Each resort offers TONS of things to do all year round. Whether you’re looking for a winter adventure, a relaxing spa weekend, or an exciting getaway, you’ll find it all at these resorts. 

Chateau Lafayette LobbyForbes Five-Star and AAA-Five Diamond award winner, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort delivers unmatched luxury, a variety of accommodations, an internationally acclaimed spa, and so much more. Nemacolin features an array of outdoor activities, like championship golf on the Pete Dye-designed, PGA Tour-tested Mystic Rock course, the Nemacolin Field Club, featuring the Shooting academy and Orvis® endorsed fly fishing, and the Outdoor Adventure Center, with zip lining, climbing, and many other activities. 

Seven Springs Mountain ResortPennsylvania’s largest year-round resort, home to the East Coast’s only Olympic size half-pipe, Seven Springs Mountain Resort offers a mountain of fun all year long. Escape to the mountain this winter, for skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and more. Don’t miss the exciting events all year long, like Seven Springs’ Wine Fest, Foggy Brewsfest, and Autumnfest. Fly through the trees on a zip line canopy tour, ride the Alpine Slide, or indulge and relax at the Trillium Spa. 

Hidden Valley ResortThe ideal winter destination for families, Hidden Valley Resort offers a comfortable environment for small children to learn to ski or snowboard. Don’t miss Tuesday Tubapalooza snow tubing nights. In the warmer months, Hidden Valley is ideal for a golfing getaway, with a championship golf course and a relaxing spa to enjoy after a round.