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Nemacolin Woodlands Resort Reveals $30M Renovation

FARMINGTON, Pa. – After 15 months of remodeling transformations, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort has unveiled its $30 million renovation. Both design and functional upgrades created dramatic changes for the resort’s largest renovation project in its 28-year history.

“Now that the renovations are complete, the overall transformation of the resort is truly stunning,” said Chris Plummer, resort general manager. “Corporate events make up 52 percent of our business. Therefore, improving our meeting space options and event amenities for our guests were important factors during the renovation project.”

The resort transformed public spaces, four of the resort’s six lodging options, the 32,000-square-foot Executive Conference Center, as well as added a Holistic Healing Center, Holistic Garden and a 3,000-foot-long dueling zip line at the resort’s Adventure Center.

Work began on the resort’s Conference Center began in the fall of 2014. Some of the makeover elements of the center’s 4,080-square-foot Grand Ballroom included added Baccarat chandeliers, retractable wall systems, wood refurbishing, velvet drapery and luxury wool carpeting imported from Great Britain. The venue’s attached patio also received new landscaping, which added 2,200 square feet.

Officials decided to gut and rebuild the resort’s 200-seat Lecture Hall for the property’s most thorough upgrade. The site’s other meeting spaces, including breakaway meeting rooms and outdoor spaces also received facelifts.

For resort guests, 263 of the property’s 318 guest rooms boast reworked interiors with changes such as architectural detailing, marble fixtures, new windows, furnishings and color schemes.

The 2,000-acre property also offers numerous amenities ranging from outdoor adventure to wellness activities. The new Holistic Healing Center provides services ranging from acupuncture to healing meditation. The Holistic Garden opened in July 2014 for an extension of these services.

The property recently announced a new nine-hold Pete Dye designed golf course extension of the PGA Tour-tested Mystic Rock. Officials predict a spring 2017 opening.

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