Single Occupancy Room Rate is $139 per night
Double Occupancy Room Rate is $159 per night
Triple Occupancy Room Rate is $179 per night
Quad Occupancy Room Rate is $199 per night
Lodging only - BREAKFAST IS NOT INCLUDED - the room rate is $129/night (single/double)
All hotel rooms are non-smoking and include coffee makers, work stations, irons and ironing boards, flat screen TVs, multimedia junction boxes and feature high speed internet. These reduced rates are for the hotel and may not be applicable to condos and townhouses.
Call 800-452-2223 to reserve your hotel rooms at these discounted rates.
Condos, cabins, townhouses and chalets may be available during your stay and are accessible via free shuttle service to and from the main lodge. These hotel rates MAY NOT apply to the condos, cabins and towhouses. Call 800-452-2223 for details.
When making reservations, mention you are participating in the EMS Update 2020 conference to receive these rates. The deadline for hotel reservations is February 23, 2020. The hotel fills quickly for the conference. Limited hotel room availability Friday night. If a reservation must be canceled, Seven Springs requires a fourteen day notice before the deposit can be refunded. Check-in time is 4pm, and check-out time is 11am. Early hotel check-in is not available. A $50.00 surcharge applies for late check-outs. Due to insurance and fire code regulations, as well as for the safety and comfort of our guests, cooking is prohibited in Hotel rooms, suites and function rooms.
Depending on the weather, you may be able to enjoy plunging down one of the 12 snow tubing chutes or participate in snowcat rides, snowshoe tours, sleigh rides and snowmobile rides. The mountain offers 285 acres of slopes and trails including beginner trails, black diamond slopes, mogul runs and five terrain parks all services by 10 chairlifts, including two high-speed six passenger lifts. Seven Springs features 32 slopes and the elevation of the mountain is 2,994 feet with a 750 foot vertical drop. The terrain parks were recently voted as number one on the East coast and has options for beginners, intermediates and experts. Private and group lessons to learn to ski or snowboard may be available at the resort.
The Trillium Spa at Seven Springs is the perfect place to escape the stress and commotion of everyday life. Spa services include salon services, manicures, pedicures, massage, couples massage, facials, body treatments and hydrotherapy.
Bowling. That's right, bowling! Gather the troops and visit the bowling alley, conveniently located on the lower level of the Main Lodge. Whether it is a strike or a gutter ball, it is all good fun for the young-at-heart.
The new Bear Trap Fun Zone now includes a cool new theme and new games like Terminator Salvation, Big Rig and, Cyclone. Plus, you will find pinball games, racing games, Dance Dance Revolution, skeeball, Big Buck Hunter, air hockey, Tower of Power and more! No need to worry about bulky redemption tickets either! All of your points will be racked up on your Fun Card for easy redemption.
Eighteen holes of one of western Pennsylvania's most challenging indoor mini golf courses awaits you at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. The perfect way to wind down with friends and family, the mini golf course is located on the second level of the Main Lodge, near the indoor pool.
Do not forget to pack your bathing suit and enjoy the heated indoor pool!
The resort is located off of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and is an easy drive from most locations. The Seven Springs airport shuttle offers round trip transportation between Pittsburgh International Airport and the resort for a fee. The nearest Amtrak station is in Connellsville, PA, a short 30 minute drive from Seven Springs.
The resort, specifically the hotel rooms, chalets, all hallways, lobbies, meeting rooms, lounges, and dining areas are "smoke free". This includes the use of e-cigarettes, cigars and vape(ing) devices. Those guests who choose to smoke may request an ashtray at check-in to be used on the hotel lodging room balconies. Smokers are encouraged to visit designated areas.