My husband and I stayed at the Frisco Lodge for several days to ski the surrounding areas. While I won't say the place is an absolute craphole, they have a few issues. The duvet and pillow shams on our bed were dirty- looked like old crusted, smeared catsup or something. Also, there were tons of random hairs in the bathroom (not ours) and the wainscoting and baseboards in the bathroom were filthy. Our room upstairs in the main house was freezing. We had to ask for a space heater. With that said, the breakfast they offered each morning was decent. The hot cider, hot chocolate, soup, and cheese and crackers they offer at 4 was nice after a day of skiing. Service was ok. We sometimes had to ask for stuff but if you asked- you got it. You get what you pay for!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family-owned & operated for over 50 years, the Frisco Lodge is a charming bed and breakfast located at the center of everything Colorado. Come experience the historic ambiance of our guest rooms, gourmet delights and unparalleled hospitality.Located on Main Street within walking distance of Frisco's many distinctive shops and restaurants and minutes away from seven world class ski resorts. Amenities include an award-winning courtyard with a Catalina hot tub and outdoor fire place. Each room is equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, telephone and cable TV.Perfect for the adventurer interested in: skiing, snowboarding, cycling, rafting, hiking, fishing, golf, cycling, sailing and kayaking. ... more less
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