Debuting August 2013
Set on 340 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains amid Virginia’s famed horse country and lush vineyards, and just 30 minutes to the west of Washington Dulles International Airport, Salamander Resort & Spa is designed to blend into the natural environment in which it sits.
Opening August 2013, the resort features 168 luxurious rooms including 17 suites, a 23,000-square-foot lavish spa and unique "treehouse" treatment rooms, a full-service equestrian center with a 22-stall stable and practice ring, Virginia Piedmont-inspired dining overseen by James Beard-nominated Chef Todd Gray, a dedicated cooking studio, wine bar and a unique array of conference and banquet facilities.
Resort Owner Sheila C. Johnson has created an environmentally sensitive destination by placing 252 of the resort’s acres into a conservation easement, and when the property opens, it will be one of the first luxury destination resort and spas in the United States to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
Rates during peak season at Salamander Resort & Spa range from $425 to $575 per night for a deluxe 540-square-foot guest room, depending on views and unique features such as working fireplaces. Suite pricing ranges from $775 to $3,500 per night. Special group rates and packages for individual travelers are also available.
- Indoor Pool
- Restaurant on Site
Last Updated: 1/4/2013 9:37 AM