La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa
What We Love
- Zen atmosphere of the 17,000-square-foot spa
- Renovated rooms with “smart que” lighting
- Wide range of on-site dining options including delish Restaurant 157
What To Know
- Rent a car to visit the local restaurants, bars, theaters or shopping
- The variety of activities makes the property great for families
- A $20 resort fee per night will be collected by Jetsetter at checkout
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located 50 miles outside Houston on the 22,000-acre Lake Conroe, La Torretta offers easy access to a myriad of outdoor activities. Families splash away in the Aqua Park, complete with a lazy river and pool playground, while adults can hit the links at the 18-hole lakefront golf course. For hands-off fun, pay a visit to the 17,000-square-foot spa, which boasts decadent treatments like a therapeutic bath filled with 800 pounds of Epsom salts and one of the few hammams in the Lone Star State. For a bite by the pool, CoCoCove Grill is a shaded poolside bar and grill, and and on-site Yoi Sushi is a great take on sushi if you need your tuna fix. The real star here, however, is Lakeside Restaurant & Bar, which serves up American fare (pepper encrusted New York strip, anyone?) in a fashion-forward, waterfront setting.
In the Area
Enjoy the view of 22,000-acre Lake Conroe from the upper-level infinity edge pool. Conquer the greens or just work on your swing at the semiprivate 18-hole Club at La Torretta. Retail therapy can be found in nearby outlets, including Outlets at Conroe, or go antiquing in neighboring Montgomery. Nearby Creekwood Shooting Sports is a state of the art facility offering skeet, trap, five-stand, sporting clays, and a pistol range along with great views of Sam Houston National Forest. Since 1967, the Crighton Players have been Lake Conroe’s cultural king. Make the 15-minute drive to their Owen Theatre for a dose of culture.
How to Get There
We arrived there late on Thursday night and a double villa which was outstanding and probably about 2000 square feet. Later on that night we unfortunately encountered a problem. A electric fire of some kind had started and we smelt smoke. We were quickly removed from the villa by two gentlemen in a very smooth and quick manner. Before I knew it he had all our luggage on his golf cart and headed to the main hotel. We got to the hotel and they put us in a room for the night so we could get some rest. The next morning they moved us to the 18th floor and gave us adjoining rooms which isn’t quite as big as the villa but very nice. Us having two suites together made it a nice comfortable experience. The front desk was very helpful and took very good care of us. Everyone we encountered was very nice. The only thing that might need a little work is the valet parking. The front of the hotel gets very crowded and there’s not a lot of room for everyone. Overall a great family getaway and would gladly stay there again.
We stay the night at La Torretta hoping it would be a gateway from our busy schedule. What the website advertised. Wasn’t. As we imagine. Since we had already drove out there we had to just stay. These cottages. Aren’t what we expected. Floor coming apart. Tv didn’t work Also it advertises as a lake view. Our view was the back of a building with. A trash dumpster view. Totally not worth the cost.
Being one of the best resorts to I ever stayed at and even if you don’t stay the night here the amenities are so fun being on lake Conroe and the pool they have alongside a margarita then it’s the perfect day of relaxation.. great workers that greet you within every encounter and the food is amazing which the cost isn’t to bad.. if you hadn’t been here yet then you must go see to enjoy! Happy vacay day y’all! 💯🎯
I was there for 6 days at a needlework retreat. The large room we worked in had good outdoor light from a wall of windows, which is important when stitching, but poor for viewing slide programs, and uneven temperature control made some participants uncomfortable. The staff was wonderful, and the daily buffets were tasty for the most part and accomodating to dietary issues, though there was a shortage of severs some days. I did not utilize the spa nor bars, nor other special services. The rooms were large and the bathrooms really wonderful. Interior furnishings in the public areas looked rather 1990s and were not comfortable to sit on. The chairs in the dining room were very difficult for us older ladies to move and the beds were not innerspring matress sets but a rather futonish thing on a plywood platform. Still, it was a nice enough hotel stay.
Came here to stay for a friend's wedding and was very happy to see that our room was a suite. Apparently all of the rooms are! The room had a great view of the lake and was updated. However, after checking in and going to the room, we noticed that the room either had not been cleaned and had not been re-stocked. There were very few towels in the bathroom, hair on the pillows from the previous guests, and the previous guests' keys left on the coffee bar counter. We were in a hurry to get to the rehearsal so I did not get to talk to the front desk staff until the next morning about it (we moved the dirty pillows to the ground to sleep). They were apologetic and gave us more towels but honestly, it was kind of awkward. Does it mean that they didn't change the bedding at all? Not a great feeling. They are so close to be an excellent hotel but little things like that make me reconsider staying there again.