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Summer News From Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa!

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There is no better time to begin planning your next vacation to the White Mountains. Whether you are looking for a Memorial Day Weekend getaway, a Fourth of July celebration, or your family’s next summer vacation, we have created a number of packages that are sure to fit your needs. Please refer below for some of our highlighted offerings, such as the popular Santa’s Village Package and Unlimited Golf Package. 

To book your next stay with us, or if you have questions, please contact a Guest Advocate at 877.934.7740. We look forward to seeing you soon!  



Fourth of July




Fourth of July will be here before you know it and we are planning a fantastic celebration. From fireworks and the Fourth of July Carnival, to cardboard boat races and our annual barbecue.


Family Fun Package




Enjoy the great outdoors this summer with the entire family! Package includes Santa’s Village tickets, Discovery passes to the Flume Gorge and Cannon Aerial Tram, and breakfast each morning.

Santa'S Village Package




Visit Santa and his merry elves this summer! Rides, festivities, water park and much, much more! Package includes Santa’s Village tickets and breakfast each morning.


Spring Specials




Watch spring unfold in the picturesque White Mountains of New Hampshire. For a limited time, save up to 40% off and enjoy a $30 resort credit. Additional terms and conditions do apply.

Spa Retreat Package




Escape to the White Mountain for a romantic spa retreat. Package includes couples Tower Sök Tub, Swedish Massage Treatments, and much more. Package savings of $150.


Planning 101 NH Vacation Style!

NH White Mountsain Vacation PlanningMany events in your life require planning, from going to school, weddings, birthdays, graduations and especially big purchases. So here, for your planning pleasure, are the six steps to planning a wonderful vacation!

1. Make a list of dates that will work for your family. Whether it is during school breaks, winter, spring, summer, or fall, having optional dates is the first step in planning.
2. Have each family member make a list of the top 3 activities they would like to do on their vacation. This is the most important part. No influencing each other. If Mom really wants to go somewhere with a hot tub, but Dad really wants to go to a MMA fight, then it is important that they both be able to express this openly. Even the kids need to have input!
3. Take a blank piece of paper and put a column for each family member on it. Write the three things that each one wants on that paper. If any of them are the same then that one thing becomes your number one activity for vacation. If they aren’t, which is probably the case, then you need to take everybody’s number one and begin the planning.
4. Now that you have picked the top priority in activities for your vacation, begin looking for places that can accommodate all of them. For example, say you have 4 family members and the top activities came out to be. Mom – shopping, Dad – fishing, Big Brother – working out, and Little Sister – wants to see a play. Mt. Washington Valley has all of these things, and if you stay at the Royalty Inn, your exercise buff can work out in a top of the line gym facility for no extra cost. Dad can walk behind the hotel and fish up and down the Androscoggin River Reservoir. Mom will find some great deals shopping in downtown Gorham, and then even more with a short trip to North Conway and the Settler’s Green Outlet Village, and for little sister, a visit to Arts in Motion Theatre in North Conway will have her watching a live production. There are some other options for accommodating everyone, and they should all be explored.
5. Now that you have established areas that can accommodate everyone’s wishes, look for dates, times, and pricing. Often phone calls to the local Chamber of Commerce can go a long way to helping things get going. Most people forget this valuable resource when making arrangements.
6. So now you’ve got the activities, you know the prices, and the best times to visit. All that’s left is matching that with your schedule and booking your dream vacation.

When using these steps to book your vacation, another handy thing to remember is ask about prepaying for discounts. Since it is tax season and some of you are getting a refund, now is the perfect time to prepay, and then you can look forward to vacation all year, knowing that all the big expense has already been handled.

From the desk of “Roxanne at the Royalty Inn”

Royalty Inn
130 Main St
Gorham, NH 03581
603-466-5802 (fax)
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