Situated in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, the 2,200-acre Nemacolin resort has long been a haven for those seeking a touch of excitement amid the Allegheny Mountains. Originally opening its doors in 1968, the first lodge, now transformed into The Grand Lodge, is 110,000 square feet of modern luxury and offers 56 suites, each exuding the resort’s whimsical and woodsy aesthetic.
Elevated Service With a Personal Touch
Boasting six suite categories, from Junior King to Grand Lodge Penthouse, The Grand Lodge introduces personalized butler service, amplifying Nemacolin’s commitment to excellence.
Maggie Hardy, CEO of Nemacolin, says that this renovation marks a landmark moment in the evolution of Nemacolin’s history. She also emphasizes that The Grand Lodge provides this personalized service that makes it stand out in comparison to other accommodations on the property.
Farm to Table Experience
The Grand Lodge is also introducing Fawn & Fable, a farm-to-table American steakhouse curated by chef Christine Hazel. Hardy describes it as offering regional delicacies that are enhanced by the signature Nemacolin flair. With ingredients sourced from on-site greenhouses and local vendors, Fawn & Fable showcases the resort’s commitment to regional purveyors.
Complementing the culinary delights, The Grand Lodge features two distinct venues with beverages crafted by expert mixologists: Circle Bar for socializing and The Study for a more private experience.
Patisserie and More: Beyond the Grand Lodge
If you are looking for a fast and pleasant experience, The Grand Lodge houses Patisserie, a charming grab-and-go market offering a variety of treats that have been carefully chosen from all over Paris. This makes it easier for one to snack as they walk around.
In addition, their broad landscape consists of a variety of eating areas, including the recently modified French restaurant, Lautrec. This is aimed at allowing guests to sample different delicacies throughout their visit, thereby enhancing their experience.
Creating Lasting Magic
Maggie Hardy expresses her desire for visitors to leave The Grand Lodge and Nemacolin with a sense of empowerment and a lasting connection. By fostering an environment where guests feel like part of the Nemacolin family, the resort aims to create a lasting impact on each visitor.
The invitation to return whenever one desires is extended, emphasizing the goal of leaving guests with a touch of magic and a desire to revisit this enchanting retreat. The Grand Lodge stands not only as a symbol of Nemacolin’s rich history but also as proof of its ongoing commitment to providing unparalleled experiences for its cherished guests.
A brand new MagicBand version is coming out soon at Walt Disney World and you’re going to love it! This newly enhanced device will be re-launched as MagicBand+. Its features will be similar to the older version, which means that you’ll have access to hotel rooms, theme parks, the Lightning Lane entry, and folio charging benefits. Now, there’ll be even more! The wearable comes in more than 25 designs at launch and is big on interactions. Disney revealed in a recent announcement that this technology has color-changing lights, gesture recognition, and vibrations. MagicBand+ will easily pair with smartphone devices through its My Disney Experience app, an application that already exists.
The reintroduction of this wearable technology is planned for the park’s celebration of its 50th anniversary. On this occasion, the technology will turn all Disney Fab 50 figures around the theme park when you waive your wrist at them. The MagicBand+ acts as a magic wand. This isn’t the only place where your experience will be different. You’ll also be privy to immersive experiences at the famous Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and it’ll also help you have a great experience at the Magic Kingdom Park as well as EPCOT because the band will vibrate and light up with music playing. Eventually, the wearable will have more experiences, but Disney hasn’t announced those updates yet.
A Great Deal
The MagicBand+ is being launched at Walt Disney World and will have a starting price of $34.99, based on its design. Guests may purchase them at the stores in the theme park or online. However, those already staying at the Disney resort can pre-purchase their wearable technology at a rather discounted price. Once you buy the MagicBand+, you’ll also get a USB charging cord. It also has a mobile app, in case the MagicBand is out of battery and you need access to the park benefits or your room.