Molly Johnson | 01/20/2020 | Golf/Disc Golf, Places to Stay, Villages of Mt. Hood

The Ultimate Experience At Mt. Hood Resort

Aerial view highlights Mt. Hood Oregon Resorts Mallards Cafe & Pub, Golf Pro Shop and the first fairway of The Courses 27 holes in Mt. Hood Territory

On your drive up to Mt. Hood you'll pass through a town called Welches and see a sign for Mt. Hood Oregon Resort with it's descriptor being "Mt. Hood's best kept secret." This couldn't be more true. Formally known as the Resort at the Mountain, this full-service resort has everything you could possibly need or want for a night (or more) away from home. Tucked between a barrage of trees you'd have no idea this sprawling resort was a minute off the highway. As they put it, "Wonderfully secluded yet easily reachable." It's the epitome of why people flock to visit the Pacific Northwest and Mt. Hood Territory specifically. The property has its own hiking trails plus many more nearby, as well as mountain biking, fishing, kayaking, rafting and of course the mountain snow sports. Add in their own golf course, spa and restaurants, and it beckons you to come stay a while.

Accommodations - 

Enjoy one of their 157 villas, suites and fireside guest rooms paired with patios, views and access to a year-round heated pool. Plus, since we love our dogs so much in the NW, they even offer pet-friendly rooms for only $25 extra per night. 

Food & Drink -

Dine indoors for an elegant meal at Altitude Restaurant or a casual lunch outdoors with views of the golf course and mountain at Mallards Cafe. Utilizing seasonal local ingredients they bring farm foods to your table for a fantastic meal.

The Spa - 

The 5,000 square foot full-service Spa looks out at the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness and Mt. Hood National Forest. Offering massages, saunas, skin and nail treatments, you could spend the whole day pampering yourself and feel too good at the end of the day to feel at all guilty for having so much self-care. 

Recreation - 

With every play of their 27-hole golf course having stunning views, it will convince even non-golfers to get out there and try their hand at the sport. They also have tennis courts, sand volleyball, heated year-round pool, croquet courts, putting course, children's playground, fitness center as just some of the amenities offered. Utilize their Nature and Adventure Concierge to give you a personalized experience of all the nearby attractions off-site. 

Meeting & Event Space

Host your next corporate retreat, board meeting or wedding in one of their many conference and banquet rooms. As you've already learned there is something for everyone to do before and after the event, so it's a win win for hosting your event and ensuring your guests enjoy their entire experience. 

So book your luxury alpine experience at Mt. Hood Oregon Resort today and check out their special offers page to see if any deals will work for your trip!

Next Steps: Book your stay 

Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. 

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