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Check in was easy and quick. Advised restaurant and bar not open until winter - bit disappointing. Room was good size with kitchen, fireplace and all amentities. Had swim in outdoor pool then spa in large hot tub which was great. Took free gondola into...More
No AC - Very warm on upper floors. A lot of noise from the highway close by. Exorbitant pet charge $35/ night + tax. Shower faucet gave you full cold or scalding hot with no in between. No coffee service in lobby and no breakfast...More
It was fun to walk out the front door, hop on the cabriolette (ski lift) and be whisked into the center of the resort shopping and entertainment center. This is not the same place as the town of Winter Park about 3 miles away. The...More
We had stayed here a few years ago during ski season and had a pretty good experience, so when deciding where to stay in WP for a friend's wedding, we chose this hotel again. We will most likely stay elsewhere next time if we come...More
After 4 straight days of rain, we decided to crawl into civilization and booked the last two nights at this Hotel. It was fantastic great room!! You won't be disappointed. The bucket ride to town is a hit with the kids and essential in the...More
USD 87 - USD 289 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from khartman2017 | Property representative |
Hi Mark, Unfortunately it is not free unless you rent your equipment from Winter Park rentals. You can rent a ski locker at the base and it is $16 day or $24 day/overnight and they hold up to 4 pairs of skis/poles or 3... More
Hi Mark, Unfortunately it is not free unless you rent your equipment from Winter Park rentals. You can rent a ski locker at the base and it is $16 day or $24 day/overnight and they hold up to 4 pairs of skis/poles or 3 snowboards. The other option is at the tune shop you can store your skis/poles for $7 overnight but that is just one pair. They do have wagons at the bottom of the Cabriolet to haul your equipment in to take over to ski area if you don't want to carry which makes it much easier especially for skiers. Hope this helps. Kathy
When I was there last summer, none of the restaurants or bars were open on site. There was only access to convenience-type snacks sold through the front desk. Nothing available for morning or later evening before/after... More
When I was there last summer, none of the restaurants or bars were open on site. There was only access to convenience-type snacks sold through the front desk. Nothing available for morning or later evening before/after restaurants open/close. There are coffee makers and small refrigerators in the room to store your own items.
Many good restaurants are accessible by the cabriolet lift (about 10 min) to the mountain base area from about 7 am until about 8 pm.
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"No air conditioning anywhere but windows open for crisp mountain air"