We are currently staying here.. It's 1:47 am.. We are in a lower unit and the people above us must like to walk around the unit to get exercise because we can hear every step they make... The walls are paper thin and the room shakes when they walk above us..
We have been here 3 days and we have been called numerous times to do a breakfast or luncheon to give "feedback" for the resort.. 1st we were offered a 100.00 resort credit. Next we were offered a 125.00 Visa gift card... How many times do you have to tell individuals that you are NOT interested?!? I talked to a few people that had went to the meeting and 2 of them were extremely angry because of the pushiness of the individuals...
As far as the resort itself... It is wonderful.. We have never seen so much wildlife! You do not have to pay any money to hand feed animals. They will walk up to you and start eating out of your hands... I have feed numerous deers, ground hogs, and a skunk (very cautiously)
We have gone fishing and on a few nature walks. Tomorrow we will be driving into DC and on Tuesday, we will be going to Busch Gardens in Williamsburg. Both locations are 2 and a 1/2 hours away..
If you are staying at the summit, request a upper unit... The only reason I have not complained too badly is the fact that the lower units have gas grills located outside on the balcony.. The partial kitchen is a dual hotplate, a griddle, a microwave, and a toaster oven.. There in NO stove and oven in the lower unit... But, I do not need that when I have a grill.. Others might need their stove...
Oh yea... Big shout out to the Maintenance Man.. Matt.. He was totally awesome getting a few things fixed in my unit.. He arrived within minutes of me calling and stayed until the job was done (running back and forth to his shop) right...
I would return here again.. I would just pray that the individuals that stayed above me were not creatures of the night,,,,
Even with this issue, I would have the resort an 8 out of 10... You can't control inconsiderate neighbors..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in Virginia’s lush Shenandoah Valley, Massanutten Resort offers personalized vacation experiences in gorgeous, mountain surroundings. This 6,000 acre four-season resort is packed with possibilities for the day-tripper and vacationer alike with over 150 activities and events from which to choose. Guests can enjoy a fully-outfitted snow sports area, a 130,000 square foot indoor/outdoor WaterPark, two 18-hole golf courses, a million dollar luxury spa, and a new zip line and canopy tour. Outdoor recreation includes two fishing ponds, an 18-hole disc golf course and more than 30 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails.The Resort also boasts seven dining facilities, three shops and two convenience stores. With specialty dinners, live entertainment, motorcoach tours and lots more, there’s truly something for everyone at Massanutten Resort! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Massanutten Hotel Mcgaheysville
- Massanutten Hotel Harrisonburg
- Massanutten Harrisonburg