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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 25, 2013
This place is so close to Heavenly that you can walk there in 5 minutes! The room was in good condition, the bed was comfortable, and they provided a simple bagel and oatmeal breakfast. Perfect for boarders/skiiers! The staff was really friendly and you can't beat the cost for this room! We definitely would stay here again!
"Great hotel, great location"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 24, 2013
We had a nice clean room on the main strip. Only complaint is that people would walk by and our room would rumble like elephants were stomping...and they were just walking by. I didn't sleep at all with all the foot traffic. Next time I think I'd ask for a downstairs where the ground is more solid.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 23, 2013
The good parts, breakfast included, short distance to the gondola, some of the rooms has kitchen and possibility to sit and eat for 8 pers. It's great to catch up after a long day skiing, to stay in the room with friends and have dinner together. Hot tub. The room was clean and comfortable , but the carpet seems to need a change.
"Perfect for the price"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 20, 2013
The hotel clerk was, I think the highlight of our stay. He was incredibly polite and helpful. He had upgraded our room and didn't seem to out out that we woke him at 12:30 in the evening to let us in. I told him I was worried I'd be cold at night and he gave us 5 extra comforters. He made sure we had a room next to the friends we were traveling with. The room was very clean, and the bathroom was large, with plenty of counter space for two people's things. A couple things I would change would be the bedside lighting (the bulbs were extremely bright energy saver bulbs, which meant that when one of us tried to stay up and read, we kept the other person awake--we solved this by throwing a dark sweater over the light to block it out a bit). I would also recommend putting plastic liner curtains in the bathroom so the water doesn't go all over the floor when we take a shower. We stopped here on our way up to Kirkwood, and we'll stop here again next time. It was a great value and breakfast was pretty good. The breakfast staff was also incredibly sweet and polite. Though, if you like strong coffee, bring your own (I always do). A wonderful and restful place to stay before a full day of skiing!
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 19, 2013
Wonderful check-in experience, the young lady at front desk was simply delightful. Beyond that it's a motel, rooms are rooms, walls are thin and I didn't get murdered in the middle of the night, so I figure that makes it a positive experience overall... Great location, easy to find, good rates and did I mention what a fan I am of the young lady at the front desk?