Pronghorn Resort to open Huntington Lodge in April

Pronghorn Resort's new Huntington Lodge will open this April. Photo credit: Pronghorn Resort

Pronghorn Resort, a luxury hotel and residential property in Bend, Ore., will open the Huntington Lodge next month. Providing the resort’s main accommodations outside of its residences and vacation homes, the lodge will feature 104 guestrooms, an outdoor pool designed for year-round use and a lounge bar serving small plates, cocktails and wines.

Huntington Lodge will look out over the 18th hole of one of the property’s golf courses. Rooms will come with private outdoor terraces and expansive glass windows for guests, allowing for panoramic views of the Cascade Mountain Range and the surrounding juniper groves. Amenities include in-room fireplaces, full kitchens and en suite master bathrooms. For larger groups and families, two-bedroom suites are also available.

The Huntington Lodge lounge bar will serve small plates in the afternoon and evening, as well as signature craft cocktails and fine wines. The venue is joined by several other dining offerings located elsewhere at Pronghorn Resort, including the rebranded Cascada signature restaurant.

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Pronghorn Resort’s 55,000-square-foot clubhouse and Trailhead recreation center neighbor the lodge, giving guests easy access to the property’s range of offerings. Resort amenities include a full-service spa with five treatment rooms, a couple’s suite and indoor and outdoor relaxation room; a fitness center and movement studio; several dining venues; two golf courses, one from Jack Nicklaus and another from Tom Fazio; a golf academy; and a recently transformed event and meeting space. Reservations for Huntington Lodge are now available.

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