• Atrium from the balcony
  • Mezzanine in the French Lick Springs Hotel lobby
  • Clifton Room
  • Slots at French Lick Casino
  • French Lick Resort Golf

About French Lick Resort

 

Nestled among the hills of the Hoosier National Forest resides a classic American destination: French Lick Resort. Home to two nationally historic hotels, three challenging golf courses, two rejuvenating spas, impressive meeting venues and a spacious, single-level casino, our resort is family-friendly, business-competent and perfect for a planned or impromptu getaway.

 

Step into chic American sophistication that caters to the family at French Lick Springs Hotel. Our KidsFest program provides plenty of organized activities for guests’ children, giving mom and dad a chance to pursue more grown-up leisure; maybe retail therapy at The Promenade of Shoppes, a round of golf on a championship course, or a historic hotel tour featuring tales of famous guests. At the end of the day, gather the crew together and enjoy a trip on the iconic trolley, maybe some fast-paced bowling at Pluto’s Alley or an adventure at one of the hiking, biking or horse trails across the resort. And don’t forget your four-legged companions — French Lick Resort is one of the most pet-friendly hotels in the Midwest with designated pet-friendly rooms at each hotel.

 

Wrap yourself in Old World elegance at West Baden Springs Hotel, where history emanates throughout, while modern comforts and accommodations await behind each guestroom door. For a romantic weekend, indulge in a couple’s massage at our luxurious spa. Enjoy our Afternoon Tour and Tea before relaxing in the atrium to the sounds of nightly live music. Sinclair’s Restaurant offers intimate dining with a sophisticated vibe; for dinner and drinks under the dome, check out Ballard’s in the Atrium. Table One offers an impressive experience for up to 10 as you watch the chef prepare a custom meal served on Versace dinnerware. Plan a cozy carriage ride through the grounds before turning in for a night of sweet dreams. Stay here once and you’ll understand why this was called the “Eighth Wonder of the World.”