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Massanutten Resort
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Reviewed October 23, 2013

We had a two bedroom, two bath condo in the Summit, which really isn't the highest section on the mountain. Our unit was dated and rundown. The balcony overlooked other units except for one corner that peaked into the valley, which is better than a lot of units that had no view. Out the front door was the parking lot and woods which we could see from the living area.

To get your parking pass you have to listen to a plea to take their tour and hear the pitch to buy a time share. Tell them no, no, no, no and they record their effort, give up and give you the parking pass.

The activity card is expensive at $ 99 per person. Check the list of activities covered to determine what you're likely to do and the benefit you'll get from purchasing the card. Also be aware that the activity card does NOT provide a discount for some services; e.g., spa.

The television was difficult to work (we never found ABC and NBC) and could never get the gas in the fireplace to come on.

Bed linens - sheets and blankets - were frayed. Towels were way beyond their useful life.

We did the five course wine pairing dinner. Food was good. Wine was marginal.

People are friendly. Spa was excellent. We went twice. Signature Massage and Reflexology were great. Lots of wildlife. The deer or so plentiful you have to watch for them dashing across the road. We also saw a groundhog and coyote. Take the chair lift to the peak for a great view and walk along the trails. Best money we spent during our visit.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with friends
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3  Thank fdhappy
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Reviewed October 23, 2013

Stayed here with a relative who had a timeshare apartment with 2 bedrooms. It was small, outdated and smelly. The living area was small with worn out furniture. Kitchen small with a dishwasher and large refrigerator. The upstairs "bedroom" had a small size full bed which 2 adults had to sleep in and was very uncomfortable. The downstairs bedroom ensuite had a tub but no shower!!!!! All that said, it was located in the midst of nature - nestled in amongst the trees and hillside which made the outdoor decks at the property the best areas to enjoy the scenery.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank lizardqueen27
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Reviewed October 22, 2013

We just returned from one week at Eagle Trace in the Valley. It was a one BR downstairs unit. Good-it was spacious and had all the basic amenities. We backed up to a wooded area. (I would not have been happy had my deck looked out onto the parking lot or into someone else's unit.) It had basic cable and free wifi (which kept dropping signal though.) Bad-the quess bed was quite squishy and we rolled to the middle. It killed my back. Unit needed updating. Water stains on the ceiling, oven paing flaking, some microwave buttons not functional. Carpets needed a good cleaning.
We had booked through AFVC so did not get any sales pitches. yeah!!!!
The area is beautiful. Wildlife is plentiful. In the week, we counted 91 deer. Plus we saw groundhogs, a racoon, a fox, squirrels, and chipmunks. Take the chair lift up to the top of the mountain. What a view.
All the staff were quite friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank captmom
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Reviewed October 21, 2013

We stayed at the Woodstone part of the complex. The condo itself was nice, but the view of the parking lot was not what I expected. For a mountain resort I did not expect to be in a crowded cono complex. Laundry in the hall I find unusual, but workable.

Room Tip: Check ahead on what type and location of the unit before you book so you don't get surprised.
  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank BillH16428
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Reviewed October 20, 2013

Traded out through Interval for a stay at this resort. In a few words, we had a very enjoyable time. Our unit slept eight very comfortably. It was a large condo with a loft and two baths. The layout was strange in that the larger bath,with the Jacuzzi tub and Sauna (that's right) was downstairs but the bedrooms were upstairs with a standard size bathroom. Some families with six or more may find those logistics a bit rough. The unit was clean and well maintained. The kitchen was well supplied with standard timeshare amenities. TV service was provided via Direct TV and the signal strength was not the greatest, especially on our rainy night. I only mention this because it I may be on vacation, but I still need a little football fix. The Resort offers free Wi-Fi in the units, and we were told at the welcome center at check in that the service is recent and they are still working to improve it. The download times were longer than what we are used to, but it was better than we have experienced at other resorts. Poor TV and Wi-Fi are not deal breakers to us.
Strong points were the indoor Water Park which any kid or teen would enjoy, We took advantage of the indoor pool for a lap swim and the fitness center and would recommend those facilities. We day hiked on resort property trails, they were especially welcome as our stay was during the govt. shutdown and the National Parks were closed
Overall we really enjoyed the resort amenities and it's convenient location to local attractions. I 81 and Harrisonburg are only about ten miles away, as is Shenandoah National Park. Cross Keys Winery was relaxing. All in all we had a fun stay and hope we can revisit the resort and the area again

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank DBGJW
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