Omni Mount Washington Resort

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Route 302
  • Mount Washington Cog Railway
  • Crawford Notch State Park
  • Storyland
  • Santa’s Village
  • Six Gun City
  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • Flume Gorge
  • The Basin
  • Echo Lake Beach
  • Hotel with In-Room Kitchens
  • Hotel with Kids' Clubs

Favorite Features

  • Baby Ready: Crib and highchair available
  • Toddler Fun: Open, safe areas for running around
  • School Age Action: Near age-appropriate sights and activities
  • Cool For Teens: Near age-appropriate sights and activities
  • Wide range of things to do for all ages, including a kids’ club (ages 4-12) and zipline (ages 12+)
  • Range of family-friendly room options and price points
  • Townhouse units available with apartment amenities and hotel services
  • Historic hotel atmosphere
  • Excellent onsite restaurants

Families Should Know

  • Wide range of accommodation options and price points
  • Year-round indoor/outdoor swimming pools
  • No kids’ pool
  • Fee-based kids’ club runs daily over summer months and weekend evenings only in winter
  • Kids’ club pricing starts at $US 25 per session
  • Additional daycare and kids’ programs for ages 2 months and up run by ski resort in winter months
  • Babysitting starts at $US 10 per hour
  • Minimum age for zipline is 12 years old
  • WIFI is free

Community Recommended Hotels and Resorts

This historic property has many fantastic amenities and services for families. The Omni Mount Washington Resort offers over 200 rooms, suites, and townhouse units where guests have access to all hotel facilities yet enjoy more living space and kitchens. Featuring a wide range of activities for all ages, including a kids’ club and a nearby zipline, the property is very family-friendly with year-round things to do. Kids love the old-fashioned hotel atmosphere with a huge lobby where they can play games in front of the fire. Over the winter months, there’s a shuttle available to take guests to Bretton Woods, New Hampshire’s largest ski area; older kids can use the shuttle on their own, so they get a taste of independence and parents get a break. The food is excellent at the restaurants as well.

Let Ciao Bambino! Plan Your Dream Trip with Kids