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Winter Park Mountain Lodge
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81699 U.S. 40 Winter Park, CO 80482
81699 U.S. 40USCOWinter Park80482
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Laid-back ski lodge & summer vacation retreat, with hot tubs, an indoor pool & microbrewery.- Google
People talk about brew pub, pool and hot tub, micro brewery, iron horse resort and front desk staff
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Jason Shaeffer
reviewed 3 weeks ago
My wife and I were not expecting too much after booking online but there is a reason they do not post pictures of the facility and rooms. $169 a night buys you much more at most other mountain/resort hotels of this level or caliber. The place is so poorly designed, parking, pulling in just to register is horrible. A "ski resort hotel" that does not have automatic doors into the lobby (which also hosts a ski rental shop) is a sign of poor design. How are you supposed to carry bags, skis, boots, etc. when your door does not automatically open? Oh, there’s a handicap button, works so great. If you decide to take the stairs instead of the elevator, you end up outside and have to come back through the non-automatic doors (nice design architect). If you have a room on 1st floor, it is a byway for folks who park in the upper lot using the side entrance. So with the paper thin doors and walls, every passerby is practically having a conversation with you in your room. Most "Forest View" rooms on the first couple floors give you a bird's eye view of garbage dumpsters and the like. The rooms are very ratty, old and need a serious updating. First room we had (because we were booked in a room on first floor right at the entrance, ice machine and snack machine) had an old school tube television which the remote went along with its 1990 version. The front desk staff wanted nothing to do with our dissatisfaction and the fact that we had to move from room to room at 1am. They offered “I’m really sorry”. Overall, the staff here lacked any sort of professionalism and were all "just doing their jobs". We asked why an employee was vacuuming the hallway right outside our room at 10:15pm and there was no explanation. Really, we were just looking for a place to sleep before skiing the next day - and this place can't even offer that. The breakfast upstairs was the same quality you would get at a "breakfast included" place yet they are charging $12 to eat off the buffet. At $169 a night for a king bed, the condition of the hotel (lack of any money being put into it for years) should include at least a breakfast. For the same amount of money (if not lower), you can stay at the La Quinta in Silverthorne that has much nicer rooms and a breakfast. Do yourself a favor and book across the street at Vintage/Winter Park or go downtown and stay at a mom and pop place. It's clear that the ownership and management here are just cashing the skiers money (in season) and have no desire for offering a pleasant environment or experience. I would not recommend staying here and will let all my fellow Coloradoans know as well.
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John Kaluza
reviewed a year ago
Lodged here in April for 10 days skiing and the resort and the hotel were pretty much deserted, but it snowed overnight for 5 of those days so the skiing was excellent considering it was April. Disappointed to find the microbrewery had closed down when we arrived, but the bar staff were extremely friendly and chatty. The shuttle service to the resort and town was excellent. Could have done with a flat screen tv and the ability to arrange car rental through the front desk
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Kenny Vadakin
reviewed 3 months ago
Don't go eat at their bar. You'll wait 30 minutes for your check. Everything else was okay.
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Gunnar Nettleship
reviewed 2 months ago
I have deducted 1 star for this place being on the across the road from the resort, rather than on the same side. That being said, THIS PLACE ROCKS!!! The in house restaurant and brew pub makes great food and beer. I was ready for some not so good food and very pleased to have a great meal. I WILL come here again
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Ron Hull
reviewed a year ago
We stayed at Winter Park Lodge in early August for a business event. Keeping in mind that this is a hotel targeting the the ski-season crowd, we did some early communicating with the staff and were well prepared once we arrived. Because this was off season, the shuttle did not run on a regular schedule but did run on a sort of "as needed" basis. The restaurant/bar was only open on a very limited basis, but there were a LOT of options in the nearby town. Our room had a wonderful view of the mountians across the street, was comfortable, reasonably quiet and clean. No in-room iron and ironing board, but remember: ski resort. Who needs an iron? If in doubt, communicate with them before you arrive and you'll be very satisfied. Our conference went well - smoking fast wireless internet. While some of the staff might benefit from a Dale Carnegie class or two the overall experience was fine and we'd go back there again
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Memo Rubio
reviewed a year ago
Good spot. They could build one of those pedestrian bridges to the other side where the resort is. Poor service, didn't provide complimentary breakfast because I didn't reserve online. It is a hassle to reserve online at least it was in 2011. Pet friendly though so that is a plus.


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