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Great property and amenities. There was a mess-up at checkin when we were given two one-bed rooms while I explicitly made reservations for two two-bed rooms. The checkin clerk was very understanding and did her best to fix the issue, but was only able to find one two-bed room for us, Other than this disappointing experience, everything else was excellent.

Spectacular property: so happy to have had an excuse to go back.

Nice and we will come again...but they wouldnt change the room slightly to make it 100 percent for us

no complaints! love this place and would recommend to anyone looking for some quality time with loved ones

Played three wonderful golf courses...The National, designed by Fazio, Great Waters, designed by Niclaus, and the best of all, Oconee, designed by Rees Jones. Accommodations were exellent and the food at Georgia's Bistro was very good.Service was also very good. Overall, a golfer's paradise.

We had a very nice stay. The hotel and premises were what you would expect from a luxury hotel like the Ritz Carlton. They allowed us to have an early check in and late check out. The only thing I did not appreciate was having to wait 30 minutes pass my reservation time for a table at Georgia's Bistro (one of the restaurants in the hotel). What's the point of having a reservation??

We had not planned it, but we returned to the Ritz at Lake Oconee on Valentine's Day weekend, exactly one year after our first stay there, and we were a bit disappointed. The hotel is beautiful, the lake gorgeous and overall it was a lovely experience, but a few incidents made it less than what we have come to expect from the Ritz-Carlton. 1/ The room we were given at first looked "lived in", with an old candy wrapper in the open safe; one of the lights out, and the lamp shade on another all askew. I called housekeeping and they did change us to another room that was perfect. 2/ The next night, we dined at Gaby's. My husband ordered 2 glasses of American champagne listed on the menu. When the bill came, the price for the champagne was twice what was listed. I questionned the waitress who said that the champagne we had ordered was not available, so she took it upon herself to give us a more expensive one and charge us double the price of what we had ordered! At no point did she apologize, or acknowledge that she should have asked her, or offer to charge us the price of the champagne we had ordered rather than the more expensive item we had not asked for. Only when I said I would not pay for it did she reluctantly check with the manager who charged us for only one of the glasses of the more expensive champagne. All the while, she never apologized and looked sullen and offended, as if WE were annoying trouble makers! 3/ The check out time was 12 noon which would have allowed us to enjoy a nice, leisurely breakfast on our balcony overlooking the lake. Unfortunately, incredibly noisy lawn mowers started operating just under our windows at 9AM and were still going when we left around 11. 4/ The last bit of bad surprise was the mandatory valet parking with a surcharge of $20 per day. Last year you could self park for no charge. The rest of the accomodations were great. I found the menu of the two restaurants a little too limited, especially if you were looking for healthy lowfat fares. Otherwise, we had a great stay. The infinity pool is magnificent and was warm enough to allow us to swim in early February! Overall, it was still a great experience.

One of the most beautiful locations I have ever been to.

Ritz lost our luggage from the front door to our room. Four hours later we were told it was delivered to the wrong room. We also had items missing when it was delivered. The manager did offer to replace the missing item. Several times we were served dirty dishes and wait staff was not what you would expect at a five diamond hotel. The property is great but the service was terrible. We never even got an apology about the luggage but the bell boy did make a joke about it being in the wrong room.

We enjoyed the fine dining, the luxurious spa and exercise room, the beautiful Christmas decorations. This was the best value we've ever had anywhere and we travel a lot.

The room was amazing. The bed/matress/pillows/sheets were so comfortable you hated to get out of them. The bathrooms were wonderful the floor was tile/marble and warm on your bare feet. The TV was great. Love the HDTV. The micro fridge was nice. We had roomservice and it was first rate (breakfast) I have not had a meal that was cooked that well or presented as well as it was in a long time. The staff was amazing.

Pricy resort with excellent service.

Although it's a little tough getting there, it's surely worth it! First class staff with first class accomodations. The grounds are absolutely beautiful. We will come here often and tell our friends!

Lake Oconee Trail Greensboro GA

Hotel highlights

  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Private beach
  • Golf course

The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee places you next to Lake Oconee and within a 15-minute drive of Lake Oconee Village. This 257-room, 5-star resort welcomes business and leisure travelers with a private beach, a golf course, and a full-service spa.


Dining

Get your fill of southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch, or dinner at Georgia's, one of 5 onsite restaurants, or enjoy the golf course views at Linger Longer Steakhouse. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the resort and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All of The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee's 257 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, iPod docks, and espresso makers. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Other standard amenities include safes, phones, and ironing boards.


Property features

The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee features a private beach, a golf course, and a full-service spa. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach resort include an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour gym.

Room options

Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking, Resort View (Fireside)

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Club Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking, Resort View (Club Level, Top Floor)

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, Non Smoking, Lake View

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 6

Room, 2 Queen Beds, Balcony, Lake View

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

Everyone (3) Couples (7) Family (2) Friends (1)
5
Everyone

By on Jan 18, 2021

3
Family with small children

Great property and amenities. There was a mess-up at checkin when we were given two one-bed rooms while I explicitly made reservations for two two-bed rooms. The checkin clerk was very understanding and did her best to fix the issue, but was only able to find one two-bed room for us, Other than this disappointing experience, everything else was excellent.

By on Jan 11, 2020

5
Everyone

Spectacular property: so happy to have had an excuse to go back.

By on Feb 6, 2019

4
Everyone

Nice and we will come again...but they wouldnt change the room slightly to make it 100 percent for us

By on Dec 18, 2018

5

amazing getaway!

Couples

no complaints! love this place and would recommend to anyone looking for some quality time with loved ones

By on Aug 5, 2015

4

golfer's paradise

Friends

Played three wonderful golf courses...The National, designed by Fazio, Great Waters, designed by Niclaus, and the best of all, Oconee, designed by Rees Jones. Accommodations were exellent and the food at Georgia's Bistro was very good.Service was also very good. Overall, a golfer's paradise.

By on Apr 7, 2011

4

ritz carlton, lake oconee

Couples

We had a very nice stay. The hotel and premises were what you would expect from a luxury hotel like the Ritz Carlton. They allowed us to have an early check in and late check out. The only thing I did not appreciate was having to wait 30 minutes pass my reservation time for a table at Georgia's Bistro (one of the restaurants in the hotel). What's the point of having a reservation??

By on Mar 14, 2011

4

less than last year

Couples

We had not planned it, but we returned to the Ritz at Lake Oconee on Valentine's Day weekend, exactly one year after our first stay there, and we were a bit disappointed. The hotel is beautiful, the lake gorgeous and overall it was a lovely experience, but a few incidents made it less than what we have come to expect from the Ritz-Carlton. 1/ The room we were given at first looked "lived in", with an old candy wrapper in the open safe; one of the lights out, and the lamp shade on another all askew. I called housekeeping and they did change us to another room that was perfect. 2/ The next night, we dined at Gaby's. My husband ordered 2 glasses of American champagne listed on the menu. When the bill came, the price for the champagne was twice what was listed. I questionned the waitress who said that the champagne we had ordered was not available, so she took it upon herself to give us a more expensive one and charge us double the price of what we had ordered! At no point did she apologize, or acknowledge that she should have asked her, or offer to charge us the price of the champagne we had ordered rather than the more expensive item we had not asked for. Only when I said I would not pay for it did she reluctantly check with the manager who charged us for only one of the glasses of the more expensive champagne. All the while, she never apologized and looked sullen and offended, as if WE were annoying trouble makers! 3/ The check out time was 12 noon which would have allowed us to enjoy a nice, leisurely breakfast on our balcony overlooking the lake. Unfortunately, incredibly noisy lawn mowers started operating just under our windows at 9AM and were still going when we left around 11. 4/ The last bit of bad surprise was the mandatory valet parking with a surcharge of $20 per day. Last year you could self park for no charge. The rest of the accomodations were great. I found the menu of the two restaurants a little too limited, especially if you were looking for healthy lowfat fares. Otherwise, we had a great stay. The infinity pool is magnificent and was warm enough to allow us to swim in early February! Overall, it was still a great experience.

By on Feb 14, 2011

5

internet is free of charge.

Family

One of the most beautiful locations I have ever been to.

By on Jun 2, 2010

2

ritz raucus

Couples

Ritz lost our luggage from the front door to our room. Four hours later we were told it was delivered to the wrong room. We also had items missing when it was delivered. The manager did offer to replace the missing item. Several times we were served dirty dishes and wait staff was not what you would expect at a five diamond hotel. The property is great but the service was terrible. We never even got an apology about the luggage but the bell boy did make a joke about it being in the wrong room.

By on Apr 18, 2010

The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee

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