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We have just completed a two-night stay at the Lodge in Cloudcroft. A friend of mine referred us to the Lodge for a weekend vacation. Based on what I’ve been able to read about the history of the building, the Lodge was at one time...More
Hotel amazing, food and beverages great. Staff friendly and accommodating.
Room was the last one on the 3rd floor queen bed, bathroom, small but cozy. If you can handle the stairs it's great. Will be back for 1st floor room. Had dinner twice and brunch...More
I wouldn't think this would be too terribly popular for those who expect technology and streamlined amenities. The pace is slow, the stay is more about the past than the future. That being said, it's lovely. The lobby (if you call it that, more of...More
The current operation of the Lodge at Cloudcroft is a distinct step down from a year ago. The menu based breakfast is no more....Weekdays, rather than the wonderful breakfast fare of a year ago, now consists of oatmeal and fruit no different than a bargain...More
The pool and the hot tub were being work on. A family came there for them, after looking at the webpage.
They need to improve on the wait staff, because I asked if the meal that I had contained a substance that I am allergic...More
Response from Wildbluyonder | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged... More
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged our iPad, phones, etc. with no trouble beyond having to unplug a lamp on one occasion. By "old" expect quaint, not antiquated!
Response from marypat0823 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in a king room but it didn't have a view of much of anything except beautiful snow out the window. Really loved this place though. Lots of history and even a ghost. The room was adequate size too.