I was a bit nervous after reading other reviews, but I found the hotel to be OK. We really had no complaints about the staff, location or anything. Our biggest issue was the beds. They were AWFUL. We didn't sleep the first night at all. The second night we tried out the couch bed and it was better - which isn't saying much. The third night we tried the other double bed in the bedroom (yes, there are 2 beds in there and 1 blocks the closet) and it was better, but still sub-par. I did ask housekeeping if they had an egg crate or additional padding and he said no and offered me more sheets!
Maybe it was just our room (517) but still they need to change the mattresses. After a long day of skiing your body aches and to sleep on a crappy mattress just ruins it. Our backs were killing.
Oh yeah and the shower in our room was at the angle of the roof line so you had to bend over to shower. If you're tall, well its even more of a challenge. That was weird.
One last thing....we just wanted to relax and watch TV at night and the selection was bad. There were probably 20 channels and half were duplicates. You would see the same show 3 times while channel surfing. We decided they do it on purpose so you will spend the $13 to watch a movie in the room. :)
Would we stay here again? Possibly, if I was guaranteed that the mattresses were not junk.
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