Seasons At Sandpoint
What We Love
- The Retreat is a social hub with gorgeous lake views and fireplaces
- Something for both summer and winter visitors: There's a private marina and dock on the lake, a beach and access to golf, as well as skiing (Schweitzer Mountain)
- Wellness aficionados will love the menu at the spa, which offers treatments ranging from hot stone massages to botanical facials
- Even the fitness center has fantastic views of the mountains and lake
What To Know
- Most residences are privately owned and lived in year-round
- The resort aspect of the community is run by a separate company
- Sandpoint is an hour and a half from Spokane International Airport
- A $10 service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
A luxury resort-style community set on the shores of 86,000-acre Lake Pend Oreille, this development offers the exclusivity of a private club with easy access to the outdoorsy charms of Sandpoint. Vacationers can choose from lakeside condos outfitted with granite countertops, dual sink vanities and state-of-the-art appliances, or grand townhouses that boast two living areas, two kitchens, balconies and small yards. If you visit in summertime, prepare to spend many hours at the picturesque pool, which is set right beside the lake and marina (it’s even heated for intrepid winter swimmers). During the colder months, cozy up beside the crackling fireplace at the Retreat, a three-story clubhouse at the heart of the resort that acts as a hub for residents and visitors alike. Wellness aficionados will dig the menu at the spa, which offers treatments ranging from hot stone massages to botanical facials, along with waxing and other salon services. There’s even a beach, complete with chaise longues and beach umbrellas; it’s the perfect spot to take kids for a day on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille. Communal dining is a hit here, with families and friends gathering at the Al Fresco Dining Alcove to break bread and barbecue beachside.
In the Area
Sandpoint fuses the best of friendly small-town life with adrenaline-charged outdoorsy pursuits, and you can experience both at nearby Schweitzer Mountain Resort, where you can ski, mountain bike and sample top-notch beers at a microbrewery all in one place. Continue the pub crawl at Eichardt’s Pub, a friendly local joint that dispenses microbrews and also has weekly live music, or visit Pend d’Oreille Winery to sample some fine Northwest vino. Be sure to check out the historic Panida Theater, an opulent downtown landmark that started as a vaudeville and movie house in 1927 and today hosts thought-provoking films and performances. Gather some provisions for a lakeshore picnic at Sandpoint Farmers Market, which not only champions local produce but also offers a live music program.
How to Get There
We rented a condo at the Seasons for the 4th of July weekend, it was fantastic. Guest Services did a great job making sure we had everything we needed upon check-in. There are train tracks behind the property but this did not bother us one bit. The property is beautiful and well kept. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat.
This was my first time to Sandpoint and after staying at the Seasons for this vacation I am already planning on going again next year and staying longer. The property is located right on the lake. The train tracks are right behind the building and honestly we never had any noise problems at all. We utilized the pool and the went on the lake everyday as well as walked or road our bikes around town. The room we had had two large bedrooms and a kids bedroom with bunk beds. The staff were very accommodating and friendly.
Don't let tracks scare you ... Noise well disguised.
Boat dock available
Grounds very nice
Walk to shops and eateries
Well appointed suites...individually owned so do your research ... Bed configurations etc.
Pool and hot tub great!
Little overpriced but nothing else close to beat location ????