My family (wife, 2 year old daughter, 2 month old son) and my brother-in-law, stayed in a 2 bedroom condo unit and this was our first trip to a waterpark resort in the Dells. Our room, after taxes was around $415/night for a Friday and Saturday night stay.
I want to say this about the size of the resort. People complain over and over and over about how big and spread out the resort is. Here is my take: yes, it is a very big spread out resort, BUT, if you have ever put in serious time at a Disney theme park, IT IS NO BIG DEAL. I could see, if you were at the very far right end of Glacier Canyon Lodge and you had to walk to the Wild West Waterpark, that might take 10-15 minutes, but whoopdie doo, my toddler never had a problem and my infant son was in a stroller. We walked around with no problem at all. The plus side of this is you have so many different waterparks to try out. Have fun!!
-Free wireless internet.
-Rooms very nice, clean and well docorated.
-Kitchen was stocked with pots, pans, silverware.
-Tons of different indoor and outdoor waterparks and pools.
-Lots of very nice toddler/splash pools.
-Lots of hot water jacuzzi pools.
-Yes, resort is very spread out, but it was easy enough to get around.
-Lots of indoor and outdoor waterpark options which are great for changing weather conditions.
-Pools nicely heated indoor and out.
-Resort easy to find and easy to park in.
-Second bedroom had nice bunk bed (twin on top, full size on bottom).
-Faux fireplace with realistic flames.
-Nice themed furniture.
-Superwal-mart just up the street
-Pull down Queen sized murphy bed in living area.
-Second half bathroom.
-MooseJaw restaurant up the street is excellent.
-Food in resort needs a lot of help.
-Fast food places were horrible.
-Monks restaurant nearby was nothing special.
-Buffet in Wilderness Cafe was lame, and not worth it.
-Whereever there were elevators, there was just ONE!!!
-Convenience store in GCL is not in middle of resort, at the far end.
-Lobby far away from most rooms.
-TV system screwey.
-Nobody checking at waterparks if you are a resort guest or not. There is nothing stopping anyone staying at a much cheaper resort from just driving right on property and enjoying any of the waterparks. The first day we were there we forgot to put on our wristbands and nobody said a thing to us.