We spent 3 nights in a Studio Queen Room in Bldg 3. The room was in serious need of updating. Furnishings, bathroom & carpets were outdated and smelly. The room was extraordinarily small too. And, why not put King sized beds in studio rooms? My husband and I were constantly falling off of the bed! (I don't know if it was even a true Queen size.) Our son slept on the fold-out sofa sleeper -- he asked for a foam pad to help soften the mattress but they didn't have one. So, he settled for a a mattress pad with loft which helped a little. He doesn't recommend the sleeper sofa. Also, the heat in the building was overwhelming to the point that we had to prop windows open to get air, even through the nights. The front desk gave us a humidifier to help with dry air that resulted from the overbearing heat (we didn't even run the heater in our own room) but the humidifier didn't help much. Not the most pleasant 3 days we ever had! Despite the closeness, smelliness and uncomfortable bedding of the accommodation, the Lodge's location is nice and is a true skin-in if not a true ski-out (have to take skis off to walk across a road) and does have a few nice amenities -- hot tubs and swimming pools and heated parking garages. Restaurant and sundry shop are only open at lunchtime. Staff was very pleasant and always tried to please.