Chateau LaFayette Pennsylvania Resorts

Accommodations: Chateau Lafayette

Chateau Lafayette

For more information on the Chateau Lafayette or any of Nemacolin's six accommodation options, please contact a Nemacolin Resort Sales Specialist at 866.344.6957

Upscale room interior with two double beds.

The benchmark for excellence in resort lodging, the Chateau Lafayette, a luxurious hotel in Pennsylvania inspired by the famed Ritz Paris in France, is a tribute to the grand hotels and resorts of Europe. 

The Chateau Lafayette features a grand reception lobby, Tea Room, Cigar Bar, Hardy and Hayes Jewelry Store, Chateau Signature, an upscale clothing boutique and Nemacolin's Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond fine dining experience, Lautrec. The Chateau also features some exquisite pieces from the $45 million dollar Hardy Family Art Collection.

With 124 elegant rooms, the Chateau Lafayette features vaulted ceilings with crown molding, crystal chandeliers and two-story Palladian windows. Suites in the Chateau include a sitting area with sofa, arm chair and armoire with flat screen television set.

The exclusive Chateau Club Level features butler service and a hospitality lounge with European-style breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails available daily.

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Chateau Lafayette amenities include:

Upscale room interior with a king bed.
  • One king bed or two queen beds
  • Marble bathrooms with jetted soaking tubs
  • Plush spa robes
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Wireless Internet
  • Mini-bar
  • Mini-fridge
  • Coffee maker
  • In-room safe
  • Voicemail
  • Access to Paradise Pool and Kidz Indoor Pool

Presidential Suite

The resort’s Presidential Suite which is located on the Club Floor of the Chateau Lafayette was designed to be distinctly unlike any other accommodation on property. 

Presidential Suite features the following amenities:

A world of its own, the Presidential cost $1 million alone to upgrade and features grand furnishings, lavish bedding, private balcony access and vanishing television displays built into the bathroom mirrors.

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