We skied in Keystone during Christmas Break 2013. We stayed in Slopeside Condo unit 2738. I knew in advance that this was budget lodging. The unit was a one room studio with a Murphy bed and a pull out couch. There was updated furniture and the unit was clean but otherwise dated. The pull out couch was terrible as expected. The Murphy bed was tolerable. The efficiency kitchen had a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, crock pot, and 2 burner range. There was no oven. There were two hot tubs with a mountain view but one lacked Jacuzzi function.
The prime reason to stay here is the less crowded Mountain House area and close walk to slopes. It is close enough to return for lunch. Although the unit was average, the location is superb. Free ski lockers within steps of the unit were appreciated. Free bus transportation between areas was reliable and friendly.
If you take it for what it's worth, the units are good lodging for budget travelers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You can't get closer to the slopes than Slopeside Condominiums in Keystone! Located steps away from the Mountain House ski area base at Keystone, Slopeside Condominiums is a can't miss for the budget minded traveler! Not only located close to the ski area, Slopeside is also walking distance to many restaurants and bars in the Mountain House area located adjacent to Highway 6. Don't want to walk? The complimentary Keystone shuttle will take you anywhere you want to go within the resort! Two common area outdoor hot tubs are located onsite offering amazing ski area views to rest your weary muscles after a hard day on the slopes! Complimentary wifi, underground parking, ski storage and coin operated laundry facilities are also located within the building for your convenience. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Slopeside Hotel Keystone