After a long off-season of construction, the new expansion building at Steele Hill Resorts is ready for guests. South 2 and the shiny, new Vista Suites mark an aggressive effort to provide the best accommodations in the Lakes Region. From high-end finishes to remarkable views, these new accommodations offer a luxury escape for our valued guests.
Featuring twelve two bedroom suites that can break out into master hotel rooms and one bedroom suites respectively, these new configurations offer the ultimate in accommodations flexibility. Be it a quick getaway with your loved one or a full on family vacation, Steele Hill’s South Vista Suites are sure to deliver a positive hospitality experience. Key features include granite counter tops throughout, high ceilings, built-in gas fireplaces, jetted tubs in the master bathroom, full, luxurious kitchens and wide format balconies. Picture your whole family looking out over pristine views of Lake Winnisquam and the Belknap Mountains. The experience is truly unique.
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Another year, another set of big discounts on Ski Tickets. The front desk is once again offering great deals on tickets to all the local mountains. For guest convenience, tickets are also available for sale at The Market, our new, onsite convenience store located in the West Amenities Building.
Have a blast carving up the slopes by day and rest your muscles under the glass atrium of our tropical, indoor pool area. Let the kids enjoy the slide while you kick back in the large roman spa. From a warming sauna to our 45,000 gallon, multi-tiered pool facility, Steele Hill offers the premier home base to explore the local mountains. For guests who work up an appetite at the mountain, the onsite Hilltop Restaurant and Tova’s Tavern offer a great spot to relax by the fireplace and recharge your body after a full day of winter fun.
Guests are in for a pleasant surprise with the roll out of our onsite convenience store. Located in the West Amenities building near the large indoor pool, The Market covers all your convenience needs. From a fresh cup of Starbucks Coffee to an assortment of tasty food items, the new store is a veritable one-stop-shop to restock your in-room kitchen during your next visit. Specialty items include a variety of beer and wine and a wide range of exciting Steele Hill merchandise.
Enjoy your stay lounging by the pool without being inconvenienced with a trip to the grocery store. Stop by the Market at Steele Hill Resorts during your next visit.
Steele Hill Resorts responds to consumer demand by breaking ground on the second building in the Steele Hill South project. With three years of outstanding growth in rental business and the recent launch of the Steele Hill Vacation Club, the decision was made to expand resort inventory to meet the rise in demand.
Positioned along the golf course overlooking prime views of the Belknap Mountains and lakes below, the new building features an extended footprint and hosts full two bedroom units in lockout configurations. These cutting-edge rooms offer the ability to service demand in the hotel suite market while also meeting the needs of guest looking for a full vacation condo rentals. Room features will include extended balconies to enjoy the views, full kitchens with granite countertops, fireplaces and large format flat screen TVs.
Coupled with the already robust amenities package at Steele Hill, the South 2 project is intended to set a new standard for resort accommodations in the Lakes Region. Project completion is currently scheduled for May 15th, 2015.
With much anticipation, we are proud to announce the arrival of the Signature Series rooms at Steele Hill West. After an extremely busy winter and spring, the new units are ready for the spotlight. This year marked a complete gutting and overhaul of the developer owned West Townhouse Units. Located near the main amenities center, this block of rooms sets a new standard for accommodations in the Lakes Region.
Experience magnificent, open-concept kitchens with granite countertops, new cabinets and fresh appliances. Imagine enjoying a cup of coffee by the breakfast bar, while your family curls up by the fire on all new furniture or enjoys a movie on the mounted flat-screen television. Additional details include hardwood style laminate flooring throughout the kitchen, granite counters in all the bathrooms, and mounted flat-screen TVs in both the master bedroom and the guest bedroom. With bedding variations that include a sleep 6 with a king bed in the guest bedroom and a sleep 8 with two double beds in the guest bedroom, these townhouses offer accommodations for all group sizes.
Experience Steele Hill’s incredible views of the Lakes and Mountain from the deck of our new signature townhouses or relax in the spacious living space with all the amenities of home. The signature rooms offer a new face to Steele Hill’s long tradition of hospitality.
Plan you next ski weekend without breaking the bank on lift tickets. Steele Hill provides guest with big discounts on ski tickets to all the local mountains. Known as the go to spot for Gunstock Lodging, the resort is also a great home base to explore exciting mountains like Ragged, Waterville and Loon. Our Gunstock Ski and Stay package is a great way to get the most out of your season.
Shred the slopes by day and unwind in our 30,000 square foot amenities center at night. Enjoy the tropical setting of our expansive, glass atrium and relax you sore muscles in our large roman spa. The facility also includes a 45,000 gallon, multi-tier pool with a large water slide, an extra hot tub, a kiddie play pool, and a warming sauna. For guests who worked up an appetite on the slopes, the onsite Hilltop Restaurant and Tova’s Tavern offer a great spot to kick back by the fire and recharge your body after a full day of winter fun.
Steele Hill Resorts, formerly known as the Inn at Steele Hill, holds a special place in the history of New Hampshire. During the roaring twenties and into the forties, the granite state witnessed a rise in popularity as a tourist destination. Residents living in and around metropolitan areas in southern New England began seeking out a vacation experience that was more in touch with nature. The expansive countryside of New Hampshire was the perfect destination for wealthy urbanites to stretch their legs and smell the fresh air.
In 1937, Nelson Smith, a Boston Jeweler, purchase the Steele Hill dairy farm with the goal of becoming a gentlemen farmer. Following the devastating hurricane of 1938 that ravaged the lakes region, Smith saw the abundance of downed timber on his newly purchased land as an opportunity to get in on the tourism business. Construction on the original Inn at Steele Hill began in earnest, providing a much needed boost to the local economy in the years following the great depression. Matching its rustic country architecture with an abundance of amenities and spectacular views of the lakes and mountains below, the Inn soon became a hotspot for tourist. The development of the resort followed in the footsteps of Smith’s original vision. Many of today’s guests share the same desire to relax in a country setting as visitors from years past.
For some candid interviews from local residents and employees during the early days of the resort, check out the mini-documentary we produced.
With our attractive combination of spacious rooms, abundant amenities and excellent cuisine, Steele Hill has become a favorite destination for many vacationers. This summer the Chef’s Plate, a weekly TV show that covers restaurants and hospitality businesses, approached us to showcase the property.
Helen Ryba, the show’s host and producer, was originally interested in focusing on the Hilltop Restaurant and our wedding offerings. As we shared the full potential of the resort, the episode quickly expanded from a 5 minute feature to a full-length episode. The show was a great opportunity to distill our best attributes down to a visually stunning, professionally produced showcase. For an insider look at what makes Steele Hill Resorts stand out, grab some popcorn and watch the full episode above. We hope you enjoy.
Steele Hill Resort aims to consistently improve the guest experience year after year. In the beginning of 2013 the expansive West Hallway was targeted for a complete remodel. As a major element of our guests’ first impressions of Steele Hill West, this hall provides direct access for 40 West Townhouse units to the large, indoor amenities center.
With the goal of modernizing over 300 feet of hallway and laundry facilities, this renovation project was a significant undertaking. The project called for replacing the more dated, pine board walls with fresh drywall, new rub rails and complete baseboard coverage. New carpets including runners near the freshly installed glass entry doors capped off the project. With insight from our design team and a view towards modernization, a coordination of new paint and carpet colors helped breath fresh life into the hall’s appearance.
Now that the project is fully completed, this new face to the West Hallway really does wonders to raise the standard of first impressions at the resort. As a small part of our commitment to consistent improvements, the hallway project is just one brick in our road to a renovation renaissance of the entire resort.
Tom and Sandy Christensen were extremely excited to be selected for the first drawing of the Hilltop Restaurants Lucky Locals Grand Prize. The contest is part of a restaurant promotion that Steele Hill Resorts has been running since the beginning of the summer.
“Many New Hampshire residents don’t know that the Hilltop Restaurant is open to the public. The lucky Locals contest has given residents a fresh reason to drive up our new road and sample the food and views” said James Dole, the Hilltop’s Food and Beverage Director.
As the first of 3 grand prize drawings, the Christensens were selected for 7 nights’ accommodations to their choice of Las Vegas or Orlando. “I was very excited. I immediately went to get my wife and tell her the good news” said Tom Christensen when he picked up the Certificate at the Hilltop. “I have a saying,” Tom said, “that tradition often begins the day you arrive.” The Christensens hope to make visiting the Hilltop Restaurant a tradition going forward.
With more drawings yet to come in July and August, the contest is certainly gaining momentum. “It is pretty simple. Anyone from New Hampshire that dines with us and mentions ‘Lucky Locals’ is entered,” said James Dole. “Our goal is to make the Hilltop Restaurant more accessible to locals. I am confident that the quality of our food and the unique setting will make them want to comeback.”