First the good.The staff were friendly and helpful and the room was quite clean. Now the bad/ ugly. Our room # 409 was like stepping back in time. Besides the 19 inch flat screen on the wall this place was like a dorm room out of the sixties of seventies. We had twin beds and mine was shaped like a taco shell. It obviously had been around a long time. With the price this place must charge(our visit was a gift) you would think that a twin matress/ box spring would be regularly replaced. The toilet seat was so old that the surface had been rubbed off in places and one of the spacers under the the seat was broken off, giving the seat an odd tilt to it. BUT VERY CLEAN!! Behind the toilet was a hole in the wall that looked perfect for an uninvited guest to crawl through. Paper thin walls and ceiling allowed me to hear my upstairs neighbor using the toilet paper dispenser. The location and lack of slope side lodging in Washington (no competition) must be the only reason this place stays afloat.You would avoid this place in any city but being 5 minutes from a chairlift makes these accommodations acceptable??