CONWAY — The Red Jacket Mountain View Resort as the iconic North Conway destination unveils a significant renovation.

Welcoming guests to everything the region has to offer for more than four decades, the resort recently made upgrades to all 148 guest rooms.

Visitors will be welcomed by a bright and airy presentation, with new beds, carpeting, ergonomic desk chairs and bathrooms that include state-of-the art shower heads.

New flat-screen televisions will entertain guests in every room, which also include sleek telephones and clocks. The upgrades are a modern twist that still maintain the feel of a traditional New Hampshire getaway.

The redesign aims to evoke a sense of calm and relaxation, all without distracting you from your views of the beautiful Moat Mountain Range.

“We couldn’t be more excited to show our guests the new accommodations at Red Jacket Mountain View Resort as we make an already legendary White Mountains experience ever better,” said Paul Rumul, president of The Davenport Companies, which owns the resort.

The reimagined Red Jacket Mountain View Resort is poised to serve all the families and couples who want a central location to all White Mountains activities and adventures.

The resort is also home to the popular 40,000-square-foot Kahuna Laguna Water Park, New Hampshire’s largest indoor water park, providing rides and thrills for all ages.

Kahuna Laguna was recently ranked as one of the Top 10 indoor water parks in the country by USA Today.

For more information about the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort, call (800) 752-2538 or go to

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