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February 6, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, Virginia

On nearly 400 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Salamander Resort & Spa is a refreshing retreat amidst Virginia's lush vineyards and famed horse country. Boasting 168 luxurious rooms and suites, a dedicated cooking studio, wine bar, and equestrian center, this hotel is spacious, sophisticated, and singular in its services, amenities, and facilities. The manicured Grand Lawn leads the way to a collection of buildings set across the property like a majestic New England estate, where every room is decadently designed to embrace openness and light. Three impressive ballrooms, two 1,000-square foot suites, and numerous terraces, gardens, and beautifully bucolic areas double as unique function spaces to suit your business or celebratory needs. From classically inspired furnishings to personalized touches, no detail is overlooked with your comfort at hand. Embracing pastoral influences, and the beloved equestrian community, rooms and suites are outfitted in deep earth tones and pristine cream colors to encourage calm and tranquility. Crackling fireplaces set the mood during winter months, while warm weather is welcomed in through French doors that open to stone terraces and balconies with scenic views of the property. Deep pedestal tubs and large, walk-in showers with body jets and televisions await in the bathrooms designed for maximal comfort. Your every expectation is exceeded in accommodations that set a refined, unhurried tone for your stay at an unparalleled resort in an unparalleled location.

The rolling terrain of Virginia's countryside unfolds along the property, and as a guest of Salamander Resort & Spa, you are welcome to explore this breathtaking scene, just 40 miles from the Nation's Capital. The surrounding area of Middleburg is a family-friendly village that embodies the warmth and vitality of the country, while offering a unique boutique experience. Leave the details to the resort's concierge who will help plan a fulfilling day of shopping, dining, and exploring. The resort also offers a seasonal activity guide, so whether you arrive in a Winter Wonderland or during the Summer Solstice, you enjoy every moment at Salamander with excursions, trips to Wine Country, golfing, hiking, and more. Salamander Resort & Spa employs a farm-to-table approach to dining, utilizing the most delicious ingredients—many from the on-site Culinary Garden—so meals are sustainable, organic, and not at the expense of freshness or flavor. The property's wellness program offers a unique health and wellness journey tailored to your needs with integrative and regionalized treatments, educational workshops, and holistic therapies. The 23,000 square foot spa and wellness center features 14 treatment rooms, full-service salon, and fitness facility with indoor and outdoor workout areas, including infinity edge spa pool with poolside cabanas. With 25 on-site acres dedicated to one of the nation's finest equestrian programs, get into the equine spirit with classes for experienced and novice riders alike. The boundless beauty of nature awaits at Salamander Resort & Spa, where every moment is divine.

Location of Salamander Resort & Spa

Salamander Resort & Spa
500 N Pendleton St
20117
Middleburg, Virginia

Nearest Airport: DCA

Amenities for Salamander Resort & Spa

  • General Information
  • 168 Rooms and Suites
  • Pet Amenities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Indoor Pool
  • Valet Parking
  • Tennis Courts
  • Putting Green
  • Equestrian Center
  • Organic Garden
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Cooking Classes
  • Croquet
  • Hiking
  • Cooking Demonstrations
  • Cultural Tours
  • Bird Watching
  • Bocce Ball
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Wineries
  • Restaurants
  • Golf

Reviews for Salamander Resort & Spa

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Some of the staff is not trained well enough to represent high end resort. They should be going overboard to make you feel welcomed . would appreciate more information on resort itself in room. hours of restaurants/ choices available.

tsvogler - home


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This is my second trip in six months. What I have learned is never come here on the weekend. I had the most fabulous massage my life during my last trip in August.This time, an 80 minute massage was not available so I settled for a 50 minute sports and deep tissue massage. The masseuse left the room while I got onto the table and I swear I don’t know where she went but it was a good 5 to 7 minutes before she came back to the room. And then she massaged my scalp for at least five minutes. She was very friendly and personable, but there was very little muscle massage involved, extremely disappointing. The changing area was chaos. They had way too many people in there and you could hardly turn around much less change into a robe. After my massage I wanted to relax in the lounge. Every single chaise and chair was taken it was standing room only, no place to relax. In the restroom, it was smelly and the trashcan was overflowing with paper towels. Not very appealing. I then went to my room which had not been available when I checked in. Someone had left their toiletries in a bag on the vanity. I called the concierge she came up, was apologetic and took it away. OK I would give them a pass on that one item. But then I discovered what I had thought was a red laundry bag was actually a pair of men’s shorts or swim trucks hanging on top of the bathrobe. Ewww. I tried calling the front desk and concierge no answer. So I went downstairs told the front desk and they said gee they were sorry; I saw the concierge and mentioned this additional housekeeping item to her. I think she was genuinely appalled and said she would have someone come up and do a sweep of the room. I had dinner in the Gold Cup which has a limited menu. The server was initially attentive but as more patrons arrived, was spread pretty thin. I waited and waited for my check and finally got it. He then offered me dessert or whatever but at that point I have been ready to leave for 10 minutes or so and just wanted to get out. My first visit here was in August during the week. It was fine and the spa was fabulous. This time, Sunday of a holiday weekend has been extremely disappointing. Based on today’s experience I would have to say do not come and expect to enjoy the spa on the weekend. They must realize that it is not a relaxing experience for their guests, and one would think that they would limit the number of guests in order to make it a better experience. I have a facial scheduled tomorrow and I’m hoping for a better experience.

VirginiaGIrl0243 - Falls Church


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

This is supposed to be a 5-star resort, but it definitely didn't seem like one. The lack of information available was astounding. In most other hotels I've stayed at, there is a binder in the room containing basic information about the hotel. Not so here! And believe me, I checked every drawer and looked at every piece of paper to make sure. There was literally no basic information, even operating hours for the spa or restaurants. I had to call the concierge numerous times to find out things such as when the gift shop opened. I had to google the restaurant FROM MY ROOM to figure out when it opened. I went to the main restaurant for breakfast, and found out after I ordered that there was a buffet - only because the people who were seated next to me asked about it. There was nothing that listed the mini-bar prices. Aside from that, other things did not work well. The main elevators were broken, and so I took the stairs from my room to try to get to the lobby. But since there was no signage telling me the lobby was on the 2nd floor (and not the first) I wandered around for 10 minutes trying to find my way around. I had to ask someone how to get to the restaurant because there was no signage noting where it was. The television in the bathroom was broken. The television in the main room didn't work well, and so it took me 15 minutes to get it to work. Even then, there was an error message appearing on the screen that never went away. If you can get a break on the room rates, it may be fine to stay here. But it was definitely not worth the price I paid.

K G - Arlington, Virginia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Its the little things that make a 5 star hotel! Something that hotels like the Four Seasons and the Ritz seem to know so well. This is a beautiful facility. The rooms and grounds are spectacular! But too many things seemed to go wrong during our stay. We had no safe in the room. We were here for a yoga retreat and we had to carry our wallets with us to the yoga classes. This was an inconvenience. Hotels of this caliber really need to have safes in the rooms! And they need to do a better quality control of each room. no safe and the shower head didnt work so maintenance had to come to our room to fix it. They forgot to leave towels one day, it took 45 minutes to get room service, and the elevators were out which meant we had to lug our stuff up to the 4th floor. Not what I would have expected from a hotel this expensive!

SoraciSauce


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

The SalamanderResort is my favorite get away from the hustle and bustle of the DC metro area. The entire resort invokes relaxation and the shops and wineries that are in the Middleburg area are a great way to spend the afternoons.

Michelle L - Oakton, Virginia


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