What makes Falling Rock different from other hotels?

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Falling Rock’s remote location and attentive butler service set it apart from other luxury hotels. Located in the Laurel Highlands region of Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountains, about 70 miles from Pittsburgh, Falling Rock is the most upscale hotel at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. The sprawling resort is one of a kind: a vacation playground offering activities and sights created at the whim of the family owners. In addition to the two elite golf courses, the resort offers guests the chance to take part in activities from visiting the zoo animals that are kept on property to taking aim at the shooting academy and even dog sledding — in summer or winter. With such busy days, the luxury hotel's butlers come in handy — they’ll take care of tasks from making dinner reservations before your visit to serving coffee and opening your room’s curtains in the morning. Each guest at Falling Rock is introduced to their butler at check-in, and has access to his or her services 24 hours a day.

Falling Rock is a true work of art, as architect David Merritt was given complete artistic freedom in the design of the hotel from the building and landscaping to the furniture and art selection. Everything was designed for this hotel - down to the soap dish! Falling Rock’s lavish traditional English wake-up service is very unique to the property. A Falling Rock Butler will arrive at your guest room with the requested coffee, juices and/or teas, all prepared to preference, draw the blinds, pour the wake-up beverage(s) and serve directly to the guest, while still in bed. The daily weather forecast and guest itinerary is reviewed during this time and the guest’s attire may be laid out for the day. Our complimentary Bath and Pillow menu, Cookie and Milk Turndown and 24-hour butler service are also unique amenities available at Falling Rock guests.

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