We are summer time owners at this westin property, (although we have never stayed here before) and bought an extension during one of the "presentations" they subject owners to at each visit. (we are always compensated in some manner, so we do it). We had a lovely "premium" one bedroom villa....it includes a large bedrooms, living/dining area and full kitchen. since we were in the ahndicap accessible suite, I am not sure what the bathrooms are normally like. The villas are in a seperate building from the hotel, so you must wear suit and robe, walk outside through thehotel lobby to gain access to hot tubs, pool, exercise or pool area. The other option is to walk through a crowded, dark and cold parking garage.
Other than this , it is great. The view is wonderous, the accommodations great. I loved having the ski valet hand me my skis as we stepped on to the gondoloa to the ski area. It was convienent and easy. We did have a car, so getting tto restaurants was easy. I have taken the bus in other visits and it is easy to get from the mountain, to Westin, it stops right by the hotel...a VERy short walk accros a bridge from the main bus transfer point. I don't know if they have shuttle service to restaurants or not. It would be helpful.
The hotel lobby gets very crowded after skiing. Get there early to have a seat. There are happy hour specials on drinks, food and they usually have great music. There are lots of families with small children at that time, so it can be noisey and boisterous.
At the villas, we selfed parked, but the rate is usually $24/night.