Four-Star Texas Resort with Championship Golf Course and Water Park
La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa caters to guests of all ages. Among the wealth of family-friendly activities and amenities, there’s an onsite water park with five pools, an in-water playground, and a lazy river. When the weather’s nice, you can play a round on the resort's 18-hole golf course, and there’s even mini golf for kids. And it would be a mistake to not mention its spa that features hamams, or traditional steam rooms, which can help flush toxins out of the body.
After a long day out, you can refuel at one of La Torretta’s diverse dining spots. Restaurant 157 offers contemporary American cuisine with open lake views. Lakeside Restaurant & Bar offers a quiet setting and views of Lake Conroe. Yoi Sushi Bar has fresh fish along with a variety of sakes and specialty cocktails. You can snack on comfort food poolside at CoCoCove Grill. Each evening, the party moves to Sonata Piano Bar, where bartenders mix martinis.
The 18th hole of La Torretta's championship golf course begins with a blind tee shot. Players have to shoot over an imposing hill, aiming to land within the narrow confines of a pine-tree-lined fairway. The approach shot is even tougher: the hole’s elevated green is protected by a large bunker and an expansive lake.
Tower superior one-bedroom suites, including standard, marina-view, lake-view, and premium lake-view suites, have plenty of space for the whole family and feature panoramic views of Lake Conroe. One-bedroom golf cottages with two double beds offer views of the golf course.
Montgomery, Texas: Lakefront Community an Hour North of Houston
La Torretta Lake Resort & Spa sits on the banks of Lake Conroe in Montgomery, Texas, located just an hour’s drive north of Houston. The 21,000-acre lake extends into Huntsville State Park, which itself connects with Sam Houston National Forest. For a rugged day trip, enter the forest and hop on the Lone Star Hiking Trail, a 128-mile stretch winding through the forest. Keep an eye out for deer, ducks, and the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. The rare bird’s distinctive, squeaky call can be heard from a considerable distance.