We arrived early and were able to check in, which was nice. The people at the desk were extremely nice and helpful. We were happy with our room with the little kitchenette. Our garbage had not been emptied but we managed to flag down a cleaning staff to get it emptied. Our room was quite warm and we didn't seem to be able to control the heating system. We made a reservation at the Copper Blues restaurant upon arriving and were glad we did since it was almost booked up for that evening. The meal was delicious. We walked around and were quite pleased at all the optiions of shopping and dining. We had entered our resort by the underground parking so we had to venture around to find the actual entranceway to it. You had to use your card to get in since there is no staff manning the lobby. I guess maybe cut backs? After we had finished our supper and walked around for a bit we ventured back up to our room to relax for the evening. We found it humourous that there were earplugs by the bed since the village can be active and vibrant at night. We went to bed and still were having problems with the heat but soon fell asleep. I awoke at 2 am and got up to open the balcony door a crack and couldn't leave it open for too long due to the loud noise from the guests outside and at the nightclub down below. We noticed a fair amount of families there, so wondered how they made out with their nights sleep. It is a beautiful resort but very much geared to the young people. If you want a quiet get away I would suggest the Blue Mountain Inn which is down the street or the West Trilliam buiding across the pond. I will definately return but would pick a different accomodation.
- Also Known As:
- Seasons At Blue - Blue Mountain Hotel Collingwood
- Seasons At Blue - Blue Mountain Resort Blue Mountains, Ontario