My husband and I propably wouldn't have chosen to stay here except for the groupon deal. It was off season and there is nothing to do. I imagine if we were winter or summer we would have enjoyed it more. I believe we were put on the first floor, which felt more like the basement, because of the groupon deal. The Lobby and Tavern are up a level and we were down with the spa, pool and exercise room. The room had everything we needed and the bed was comfortable. Just looked a little abused. The fridge had scrape marks all accross the front, the rug had marks in it which looked like someone melted something. There was a nice basket of goodies- cookies, crackers, and candies. But it turned out they were old, There was also 2 bananas which were way past their prime. The Wifi down on that level was hit or miss which irrates my husband. I don't know what the rooms are like on the upper floors. I assume they are nicer but I don't know for sure. The pool and indoor hot tub was nice and clean. There was also a small lap pool. The outdoor hottub is old and really just a bubbler (only air come out of the jets). We used it and brought our door card out like they told us but it didn't work to get back in. We would have had to go completely around the building in our wet suits but my husband used the card down the center of the door to open the lock! We had a bad experience across the street in Digbys which is owned by them. When we told the management they apologized and bought us each a drink in the Tavern. We ended up eating in the tavern which was ok. Poor bartender had to tend to the bar and all the tables which included taking food orders and serving the food. The cook would occasionaly come out an serve the food. I imagine it's better organized in the busy seasons. I asked when we checked in about a credit we were also suppose to get with the groupon and the women told me I should get in touch with groupon as she didn't know anything about it. When I check out, a different women told be I had a $75 credit I didn't use! She said I could use it at the general store on the property. We went there but what they carry are things you might use while staying at the property(cleaning supplies-toiletries). They have wine and beer but you can't use it for that. But a few $5 boxes of crackers and $5 cheeses and other items that are way over priced gets you up to the amount pretty quickly. $50 of it, I was able to apply to the extra night we stayed so we only had to spend $25 in the store. So if you get a good deal and your going to ski in the area or spend sometime in the summer, it's probably a good choide to stay here. There doesn't seem to be anything that's comperable in the area.
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