Resort Bedroom Types

What are the different Door County hotel room types? There are sixteen different resort bedroom types (lodging options) at the Landmark Resort. Some of the options for our Door County hotel rooms are obvious, such as a one-, two-, or three-bedroom suite. There are a few terms that may be unique to the Landmark Resort as well. When describing rooms, you may see or hear the following…

Amenity Level |  Located on the lower level of the building. It is the first floor, and the same level as the whirlpool and steam room. All amenity level resort bedroom units are located water-side and have a patio.

Main Level |  Units located on the entry level of the building – referred to as the second floor (in the Harbor, Flagship and Navigator buildings) when in the elevator. Wood side units have a patio, and water side units have a patio or balcony.

Premiere |  Premiere refers to a category of suites with a larger living area.

Lofted Suites |  In lofted suites, the second bedroom is a semi-private loft overlooking the living and dining room area.

Enclosed Suites |  In our enclosed suites, both bedrooms are enclosed.

Two-Bedroom, One-Bath Enclosed | All two-bedroom, one-bath enclosed suites are on one level.

Two-Bedroom, Two-Bath Enclosed | Most two-bedroom, two-bath enclosed suites are on two levels.

Water View |  Suites are referred to as water-side or water-view. The water-view suites have a view of the sparkling waters of the Bay of Green Bay. And the higher levels have a better view.

Woodland View | Wood side or woodland view means that the suite has a wooded view, and does not face the water.

One-, Two- or Three-Bedroom  |  Suites are most often referred to by the number of bedrooms in the unit.

With several resort bedroom types to choose from, you’ll find a Door County hotel room that you’ll love. Contact us with any questions you have about our various rooms.