I booked this hotel through Expedia and got a great deal - £56 between two of us for a kingsize bedroom with a mountain view. We ended up being put into a suite, which was an added bonus.
The room itself was huge, as was the bed. Lots of storage space, a decent size TV with loads of (free) channels. Once side of the room was just windows (floor to ceiling) which meant that we had great, stunning views of the mountains. Really impressive. There was a table and two chairs by the window which meant that we could sit and admire the scenery. The decor of the room fits in with Winter Park and is quite relaxed. It is not very modern (swirly bedspread etc).
There were coffee/tea making facilities in the room. There was a heater and the room didn't feel cold at all. The bathroom had a whirlpool bath, but is only big enough for 1 person at a time. Shower was good, always hot water. There was shampoo, showergel, towels and a hairdryer in there too.
We were on the 4th floor and the whole floor was full with children on what appeared to be a school trip. The receptionist said that if we had any problems they would move us. We were a bit apprehensive as they were quite noisy when we walked past, but once in our room we didn't hear anything.
The hotel has vending machines (ice, drinks) on each floor. The restaurant in the hotel (1st floor) does breakfast - 2 options, hot buffet or cold buffet. We had the cold one for something like $8 each. That got us unlimited muffins, yoghurt, juice, fruit, cereal, bagels..not the best breakfast ever, but it was alright. Friendly waitress. It also does dinner - highly recommend the pizza - it was huge and really cheap!! We also had the unlimited salad bar, but I wouldn't recommend this as the choice was small and it wasn't the greatest. We went to the hotel bar (1st floor) in the evenings and the atmosphere was nice - always busy, but not manic. Pool table and a few TVs. Friendly bar staff, cheap, nice beer. We didn't use the pool or gym so I can't comment on that. Grand Adventures is located in the hotel at the back and they do snowmobil tours - you HAVE to do one of these - it was probably one of the best things I've ever done (I'll write a separate review)
There is loads of information in the reception on what is about (to do, to see etc) and the reception staff are very friendly & helpful. There is also a ski shop in the hotel, but we didn't use this. The free shuttle bus stops right outside the hotel and is regular - it only takes about 5 minutes to Cooper Creek Square (place with shops and restaurants) and 2 minutes to the ski village (where you ski, restaurants and shops). The Winter Park ski resort itself was massive, great snow and lots of different runs (I'll write a separate review on that)
We used Home James Shuttle to get from the airport to the hotel (they seem to be one of the few operators doing transfers here) and they dropped us right at the door of our hotel.
When you check in you get given some vouchers for money off at certain places (restaurants, shops etc) so its worth checking those out. Check out is 10am, but they let us check out late, which was helpful.
It was a great hotel - a complete and utter bargain for a huge room, with exceptional views and a great location.
www.winterparkresort.com will give you loads of info
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