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Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 19 June 2012

Pro-Location is ideal for skiing at Brighton which really is a great place to ski. Second, the staff is friendly. Considerable cons- Cinderblock, old mattress, old everything and "raveled at the sleeve." Bad coffee, powder cream and I did not even look at the cereal. All that and overpriced, too. Simply said, this building should be razed and replaced by...

1Thank Sandford B
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 22 March 2012

If you want to stay on the ski slopes in Brighton, Utah. This is your only choice. Cons: • The rooms are a little old and the walls quite thin (I could hear most of what was being discussed in the next room). • Breakfast consists on some cereals, bagels/toast and porridge... Not great, but there is a bar and...

1Thank KippyK
Reviewed 21 January 2012

Not for everybody... but if you want to step back in time, read a book, talk with other guests, sit by the fire,and best of all, be steps away from the slopes, go here! This is the one true ski-in and ski out and we have tried many. No phones, tv or amenities, but a delightful staff and comfortable enough...

3Thank Catherinegilmer
Annapolis, Maryland
Reviewed 30 December 2011

We had a chance for a quick ski weekend and gave the lodge a chance. They had a great deal for 2 nights, continental breakfast and 2 free lift tickets with the suite. All for $179. The room was named the face. Each room had a new double bed with new clean sheets. No mice or bugs seen by us....

1Thank dottopilot
Brigham City, Utah
Reviewed 15 November 2011

My husband and I went snowboarding for our anniversary and stayed at the Brighton Lodge. I have one word for you NASTY! The rooms are no bigger than 10X10 boxes, the carpet is disgusting (I asked for 2 extra blankets just so I could put them on the floor) The walls are cinder block so you feel like you are...

Thank Danielle S
Reviewed 18 January 2010

The staff were very friendly and helpful. The communal lounge was great and the breakfast served there every morning was simple but good. The rooms were very big and were without TV's, which we thought was a nice change. The hot tub was large. The location was exceptional, only a few steps to the hill.

Thank skibum963
Evergreen, Colorado
Reviewed 24 March 2009

We found the Brighton Lodge to be a gem. Very relaxed, low key and no pretense. I can't say enough good things about the staff. They were great - very knowledegable and friendly...professional in a casual way. Our room was clean and functional. The lodge was quiet as we read by the fire each night and packed it in early...

Thank skihikebike
Delray Beach, Florida
Reviewed 12 March 2009

I don't know about you all ... But we have been going to the Brighton Lodge since 2000 and I could care less if you ever return to the Lodge. We love just walking out the back and clicking into our skis or boards. As well as your room, you happen to get the worst room in the lodge right...

4Thank mbelldietrich
New York
Reviewed 14 January 2009

Stayed at the Brighton Lodge. What a terrible choice. Dislikes: 1. Staff - The staff is not very friendly or helpful. Ask them for any what would be considered basic information and they either (1) do not know or (2) answer you like they are doing you a favor. Also, if you make any request for a roll away bed...

2Thank zcdiv
South Floorida
Reviewed 1 January 2009

We are tempted to give a terrible review to help keep this place a secret but I guess we'll give an honest review instead. We stayed in the Brighton Lodge for four days over Christmas 2008 and had a blast. The staff was great, the location is great, and the atmosphere is perfect. Its a ski lodge for skiing/snowboarding families...

Thank Breter

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Additional Information about Brighton Lodge

Address: 12601 E Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd, Brighton, UT 84121-9741
Region: United States > Utah > Brighton
Number of rooms: 23
Also Known As:
Brighton Hotel Brighton
Brighton Lodge Utah
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“Ask for a suite...they don't cost much and the extra space is great.”
 of 5 bubbles mu51c10rd, 14 Apr 2014 | Read review
“Rooms slope side are nice, but if you are a light sleeper bring earplugs because the snocats head out down the trail next to the lodge at midnight every night to groom. If you want to add night skiing and boarding, or an extra day, see Monika. She has the hookup for lodge guests,”
  • View from Lone Pine room.  Glass is main lodge room.  Crest Lift in distance.
 of 5 bubbles JeremyYaple, 6 Feb 2014 | Read review
“Slope side has Snow Cats at night.”
 of 5 bubbles 55douglasm, 9 Aug 2013 | Read review
“Get a room on the mountain side. Not only is it prettier, it's easier to get to the lifts and quieter (no snowplow sounds!). Our room was on the second floor facing the mountain and it was perfect. Room name was "Canyon"”
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 of 5 bubbles MarshaE398, 1 Jan 2013 | Read review
“rooms facing mountain not parking lot have great views and trail for lift is rite there...literally! We always go to Smiths grocery store for supplies before heading up. Lunchmeat, fruit, snacks, cookies, drinks.”
 of 5 bubbles frmindiana, 1 Oct 2012 | Read review
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