Had an awesome time. Desipte no snow anywhere but on the hill, the hotel did it's best grooming and moving snow around. Actually, I could not ask for a better ski vacation. We took our lessons in the morning, skiied a few hours more and then in the afternoon everyone at the place enjoyed live entertainment, warm wonderful sunshine and a few drinks on the lawn at the bottom of the hill. Had a great ski instructor Ian S. trying to get me rid of my bad habits. Buffet meals were really good but after a few days everything was starting to taste the same. I miss their theme night meals. Staff was pretty friendly. We had a loft room sutie which was worth the extra cost because we had 2 bathrooms, balcony, fireplace, fridge, 3 tv's and not tripping over our ski stuff or each other. The water park at Boyne Mountain was fun for a few hours and only a 45 min drive away. Worth the price of $25 per person but it was not as big as a Great Wolf water park. Staff there was pretty cranky but one person at the race ride who was friendly and talkative.
All and all I had a blast and can't wait for next year's Canada Week!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The English country estate charm and elegance of Boyne Highlands Resort Is captured in this Mid-West hospitality. A total of 165 rooms plus 172 unit condominium hotel, private condominiums and golf side cottages will comfortably house up to 12 guests. World class accommodations ranging from studio rooms to elegant suites and townhouses are complete with every imaginable amenity. Boyne Highlands is now a non-smoking resort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Boyne Highlands Hotel Harbor Springs
- Boyne Highland Resort