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It’s a nice place, a good location. We don’t like a very squeaky beds, a loud heater (like in old motel 6), stains on decorative pillows. People (front desk) are very friendly and helpful!

No room service/cleaning in two night stay. Room was noisy, thin walls

Property was in good condition. Service was good. On the negative side, they try an aggressive sell for a Vacation Club when you check in.

The property and activities were great but our room was a private owner and not even close to WorldMark Resort standards. Made the best of our time but not always happy.

My stay was fine. Staff was welcoming, however upon arrival got a heavy pitch on buying a timeshare. Young sales people wouldn't leave me alone after I told them I just finished a 3hr drive on a Friday and was late for a dinner. Craftsman work was externally shotty. From a general glance things look fine, but when you happen to actually be looking you notice trim work in rooms doesn't fit (cut short), shower heads are very low (too short for a 5'10" person), and bathtub and trim was over calked to name a few things. In addition, there was a dirty towel left behind the door in my room and toilet had a drain leak (the tank kept refilling every 10min, no mess just noisy when sleeping). When brought to the attention of staff a maintenance worker said it was on his list to get done which made me wonder why the room was rented to me in the first place. The towel deal I told them is a good teaching lesson for housekeeping to check behind doors. Overall, I felt like the place is overpriced for the quality of room you get. I would price it in low season as a $60-$90 room and in high nonmote then $130.

The hotel lobby was clean and the staff was great. The property was beautiful and the activities and amenities looked very nice. The room was spacious, clean and better than expected. However....the bed was the worst bed that I have slept in at a hotel. The middle was so sagging and worn out that we kept rolling into each other. My back is still hurting from trying to stabilize myself all night long. I told the staff and expect that they will fix it before the next guest arrives.

We reserved a guest room with a king bed. We arrived at approximately 1PM and the peevish front office staff forced us to wait until 4PM before we could occupy the room "our policy is the rooms are not available before 4" she said (we suggested that perhaps not all rooms were available, but very likely at least one was ready-especially with a strictly enforced 11PM check out) . The room was atrocious. Furnishings consisted of a bed, two mismatched night stands, a tiny desk with a dirty chair, a very old, worn maroon swivel rocker and a particle board armoire. There was no table with chairs. No place for a couple to sit and relax. No note pad, no pens, no drinking glasses. Astoundingly, there was not even a mini refrigerator! All our food spoiled. We suspect the purpose of no refrigerator and no table is to discourage food in the rooms--better to promote the onsite, over-priced restaurants. The shower was old preformed plastic with exposed plumbing; The walls were so thin we could hear the conversations and the television from the room next door (there was a locked adjoining door between the rooms). When we called to complain about the walls and the noise, the desk clerk was rude and unhelpful. Same for the desk clerk the next day when we asked to change rooms "the other rooms are already taken by the people checking in today" (we suggested her comments were nonsensical since it was 9AM and the resort strictly enforces a 4PM check in) . This resort guest room was less comfortable than the cheapest interstate motel. The location is quite a distance from Bend, which we learned when we had to drive back into town. The tennis courts are completely useless, each of the four bisected by large, gaping unsealed cracks. We scratched our heads over the persistent puddle of water occupying one side. There is a basic swimming pool, and a functional fitness room. Unmarked dusty trails can be accessed behind the resort , but we were worried about getting lost in the desert heat. There are many other choices for rooms in the Bend area, and I can honestly see no reason to book a room here.

Poor design in terms of bathroom lights. We stayed two nights and they didn't service our room.

Large comfortable room with vaulted ceiling and great deck overlooking mountains and forest. Bed was comfy. Towels were abundant. Ate at Seasons restaurant on the outside patio where staff were attentive and friendly. Pool area was large with two pools and two hot tubs. One of the best hotel/resort stays we've experienced overall. The only complaint is the door between our room and the adjacent room was so thin we could hear almost everything from the guests next door. Other than that it was clean, pleasant, relaxing and fun. We would stay here again!

The room was dated, dirty and in disrepair, and this was billed as an 'upgrade' room.

We were very excited to stay in such an exclusive resort for such a fair price. However, we ended getting exactly what we paid for. The air conditioner didn't work, the shower head was broken, and the manager refused to do anything to make the stay better. Food and drinks were good, but super expensive. We will not return, nor would we suggest it to others.

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Great experience, great price, awesome room

I was so impressed with the accomidations of he Inn of the Seventh Mountain. The grounds were clean and the rooms were awesome. I have a 4 year old son and it was so nice to have a playgound and he loved all the pools. I'm sure he was in each one at least once. As for my husband who just returned from Afghanistan from deployment it was such a relaxing mind release for him and he was so pleased with the extra efforts from all the staff. We had a ball.

Sw Century Dr Bend OR

Hotel highlights

  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge
  • 2 outdoor pools
  • 24-hour fitness center

Seventh Mountain Resort places you within a 10-minute drive of popular sights such as Deschutes Brewery and Les Schwab Amphitheater. This 152-room, 3-star resort welcomes guests with 2 outdoor pools, a bar/lounge, and a 24-hour gym.


Dining

For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 10:30 AM. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

All 152 individually decorated rooms feature balconies or patios, private yards, and dishwashers. TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Coffee makers, free newspapers, and free local calls are other standard amenities.


Property features

At Seventh Mountain Resort, guests enjoy 2 outdoor pools, a children's pool, and a 24-hour gym. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this golf resort include a sauna, outdoor tennis courts, and WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Standard Room

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Standard Condo, 2 Bedrooms

1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Sofa Bed and 1 Queen Sofa Bed | Sleeps 7

Standard Condo, 1 Bedroom

1 Queen Bed and 1 Queen Murphy Bed | Sleeps 4

Premium Condo, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

1 King Bed, 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds and 1 Queen Sofa Bed | Sleeps 8

Guest reviews for Seventh Mountain Resort

Everyone (4) Couples (9) Family (3)
2
Everyone

By on Jul 9, 2021

3
Partner Couples

It’s a nice place, a good location. We don’t like a very squeaky beds, a loud heater (like in old motel 6), stains on decorative pillows. People (front desk) are very friendly and helpful!

By , from Salem on Nov 29, 2020

4
Partner Couples Family

No room service/cleaning in two night stay. Room was noisy, thin walls

By on Jul 1, 2019

4
Family

Property was in good condition. Service was good. On the negative side, they try an aggressive sell for a Vacation Club when you check in.

By on Jun 25, 2019

4
Everyone

The property and activities were great but our room was a private owner and not even close to WorldMark Resort standards. Made the best of our time but not always happy.

By on Sep 8, 2018

3

decent hotel

Everyone

My stay was fine. Staff was welcoming, however upon arrival got a heavy pitch on buying a timeshare. Young sales people wouldn't leave me alone after I told them I just finished a 3hr drive on a Friday and was late for a dinner. Craftsman work was externally shotty. From a general glance things look fine, but when you happen to actually be looking you notice trim work in rooms doesn't fit (cut short), shower heads are very low (too short for a 5'10" person), and bathtub and trim was over calked to name a few things. In addition, there was a dirty towel left behind the door in my room and toilet had a drain leak (the tank kept refilling every 10min, no mess just noisy when sleeping). When brought to the attention of staff a maintenance worker said it was on his list to get done which made me wonder why the room was rented to me in the first place. The towel deal I told them is a good teaching lesson for housekeeping to check behind doors. Overall, I felt like the place is overpriced for the quality of room you get. I would price it in low season as a $60-$90 room and in high nonmote then $130.

By , from Tualatin, OR on Jan 31, 2017

3
Everyone

The hotel lobby was clean and the staff was great. The property was beautiful and the activities and amenities looked very nice. The room was spacious, clean and better than expected. However....the bed was the worst bed that I have slept in at a hotel. The middle was so sagging and worn out that we kept rolling into each other. My back is still hurting from trying to stabilize myself all night long. I told the staff and expect that they will fix it before the next guest arrives.

By on Jun 1, 2016

1

not as expected, poor customer service

Couples

We reserved a guest room with a king bed. We arrived at approximately 1PM and the peevish front office staff forced us to wait until 4PM before we could occupy the room "our policy is the rooms are not available before 4" she said (we suggested that perhaps not all rooms were available, but very likely at least one was ready-especially with a strictly enforced 11PM check out) . The room was atrocious. Furnishings consisted of a bed, two mismatched night stands, a tiny desk with a dirty chair, a very old, worn maroon swivel rocker and a particle board armoire. There was no table with chairs. No place for a couple to sit and relax. No note pad, no pens, no drinking glasses. Astoundingly, there was not even a mini refrigerator! All our food spoiled. We suspect the purpose of no refrigerator and no table is to discourage food in the rooms--better to promote the onsite, over-priced restaurants. The shower was old preformed plastic with exposed plumbing; The walls were so thin we could hear the conversations and the television from the room next door (there was a locked adjoining door between the rooms). When we called to complain about the walls and the noise, the desk clerk was rude and unhelpful. Same for the desk clerk the next day when we asked to change rooms "the other rooms are already taken by the people checking in today" (we suggested her comments were nonsensical since it was 9AM and the resort strictly enforces a 4PM check in) . This resort guest room was less comfortable than the cheapest interstate motel. The location is quite a distance from Bend, which we learned when we had to drive back into town. The tennis courts are completely useless, each of the four bisected by large, gaping unsealed cracks. We scratched our heads over the persistent puddle of water occupying one side. There is a basic swimming pool, and a functional fitness room. Unmarked dusty trails can be accessed behind the resort , but we were worried about getting lost in the desert heat. There are many other choices for rooms in the Bend area, and I can honestly see no reason to book a room here.

By on Aug 20, 2013

3

great location

Couples

Poor design in terms of bathroom lights. We stayed two nights and they didn't service our room.

By on May 12, 2013

4

peaceful retreat

Couples

Large comfortable room with vaulted ceiling and great deck overlooking mountains and forest. Bed was comfy. Towels were abundant. Ate at Seasons restaurant on the outside patio where staff were attentive and friendly. Pool area was large with two pools and two hot tubs. One of the best hotel/resort stays we've experienced overall. The only complaint is the door between our room and the adjacent room was so thin we could hear almost everything from the guests next door. Other than that it was clean, pleasant, relaxing and fun. We would stay here again!

By on Sep 2, 2012

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