The dining experience at the resort will be without equal. The signature dining room is The Glass, open for dinner Friday through Saturday, and on Sunday the restaurant is open only for Sunday brunch. Chef Pedro Clay has developed an outstanding array of American, Texan and Asian fusion cuisine. His brunch menu has been voted one of the best brunches in the Houston area by Citysearch. For more causal dining, The Woodlands Dining Room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Royal Mile Grill, which over looks the golf course, is open every day for lunch and dinner. Accommodations at the resort include standard guest rooms with double or king beds, and suites. The rooms offer a variety of amenities including high-speed Internet access, luxurious bath products, hair dryers, in-room movies (purchase) and much more. The resort also boasts a conference center that is state-of-the-art in every conceivable manner. From a 13,430-square-foot grand ballroom to full-service business centers, The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center is the perfect site for all off-campus meetings.
For activities outside of the resort, their shuttle bus can take guests to The Woodlands Mall, a shopper’s paradise; the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, for the latest in entertainment; Main Street, for dining and more shopping; or for a leisure boat ride through The Woodlands Waterways. Adjacent to the waterway, a new attraction recently opened: The Woodlands Waterway Square. The one-acre square is designed in a European style with fountains choreographed to music and a stage for outdoor performances; the perfect setting for dining and relaxation on a summer evening.
For more information on the The Woodlands Resort and Conference Center, visit their Web site at www.woodlandresort.com. For information on what is happening in The Woodlands, go to www.VisitTheWoodlands.com.