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Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

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Montreal, Canada
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Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

Hi Everyone,

I was about to book Evergreen for March break (8 nights) but now there is a smaller difference in price ($130 per day) and I am questioning if its worth paying to go to a nicer property which is closer to the lifts. Other considerations important to us are quality of the pools, hot-tubs, restaurants, exercise rooms.

Thanks for anyone who can weigh in on comparing these 2 properties.

Aspen, Colorado
Destination Expert
for Aspen
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1. Re: Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

Go Mountain Haus for location to everything and general quality of the rooms. Evergreen is the budget hotel of Vail. Lots of reviews here on TA.

tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g33676-d84801-R…

tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g33676-d112519-…

Park City, Utah
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for Utah, Winter Sports
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reviews: 205
2. Re: Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

As TexRanger noted, night and day difference. If prices are at all comparable, MountainHaus is light years ahead of Evergreen in every category.

Have fun.

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3. Re: Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

Mountain Haus is a better choice easier lift access and close to the nightlife.

Montreal, Canada
posts: 280
reviews: 100
4. Re: Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

Thanks for all the advice. After reading many reviews and calculating the price per person per day, we upgraded to mountainhaus. we are BOOKED :)

5. Re: Evergreen vs Lodge Rooms at Mountainhaus at Covered Bridge ?

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