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Reviewed October 17, 2016

pretty decent rooms and the staff was excellent "Dan is the man". love the heated pool and hot tub. All in all it was more than I expected. We will definitely be there the next time we want to stay in Georgetown

Room tip: we went with the none pet room
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Roxanne L
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GTMI, General Manager at Georgetown Mountain Inn, responded to this reviewResponded October 18, 2016

Roxanne,

It was so nice to meet you and yours. I am very pleased that everybody enjoyed the stay.

Dan

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Reviewed September 23, 2016

The Mountain Inn has been one of our favorites since we started coming to Georgetown years ago. The facility is clean and Dan and his staff do a great job of making you feel at home. One late afternoon when we returned to the hotel in a massive downpour, the night manager (his name just left me) came out with an umbrella and escorted the ladies to the room. That's five star service! Also, on one of the days, the ice machine was malfunctioning. When I reported it, rather than making us wait, Dan got ice from the apartment. This is an older property, but they continue to make improvements and upgrades. Thanks Dan and staff - we'll be back!

Room tip: Select a "log room" or one of the themed rooms
Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank Brad4800
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GTMI, General Manager at Georgetown Mountain Inn, responded to this reviewResponded October 8, 2016

Brad4800,

I'm still blushing from all the previous reviews! Thank you so much for continuing to visit and post the heartwarming reviews.

Dan

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Reviewed August 24, 2016

Reasonably priced, but the quality is really more along the lines of a Motel 6--and an old one at that. Rooms are dark. Our door stuck so that we could not enter or leave quietly in very early morning hours. Bring your own soap and shampoo. On the plus side, the location was great. Very close to lots of wonderful mountain hikes. Also, the management was very nice and even allowed a midweek change of plans on my part regarding leaving for a few nights and returning--he made the calls and got Expedia to approve the refund. Vey nice staff! Also, the Alpine Restaurant is next door and is an amazing spot to eat. We ate there twice during our stay. Tree Hugger pizza was great!

Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Reviewed August 7, 2016

Never quite know how to start a headline, but for this particular hotel I found that the best part of the hotel/motel was the Alpine Restaurant (see my review). We had previously been at the Super 8, but due to the decision to stay another night, most hotels in the area were booked, but we were able to find a room available at the Georgetown Mountain Inn.

The hotel has a similar feel as the Super 8 where we stayed, a retro 1960-70's vibe in their lobby. While the Super 8 offered a continental breakfast, the Georgetown Mountain Inn did not. The price difference between the two hotels were considerable. At Super 8 we paid $78+tax a night, and at the Georgetown Mountain Inn the rate was $145+tax a night.

The Mountain Inn had a wonderful king size bed, with a quilted cover that was perfect for the cool summer evening we had after a night of rain. The bed was very comfortable, and after reading other people's reviews, we must have had an updated room. I love the light switch just above the bed. Made it easy to turn off the lights without stumbling over chairs or luggage for bed.

The air condition unit was up on the wall (never used one like this) and had controls on the wall and a remote unit. The only thing I wish is that there were basic instructions on how to use it.

The television in our room was the slim version, so no tube tv's like other reviewers have complained about. The room had a modern feel to it. There was a closet with a wall mirror. My favorite thing in the bathroom was the heat lamp. However, the heat lamp looked as though it needed housing to hide the stark bulb.

Our room had a door that adjoined the neighboring room, which we made sure was locked. The window was open when we checked in, and we had quite a time trying to force the window to shut before leaving for the night. For a moment we feared it was broken, but after a dual attempt, we were able to get the window to shut and lock.

As others have mentioned, there are none of the complimentary shampoo's, soaps or lotions available in the room. From what I remember, there was no note in the room stating that there were the normal complimentary items at the front desk. Considering that at the Super 8 this was provided to us without question, it just seemed a bit odd. And yes, I suppose you could have gone to the office to ask for these items, but who wants to wake up the night person after the lobby has closed? This wasn't considered an emergency, so we made due with shampoo as a soap instead.

Oh, and the walls are thin. Very thin. Yes, older hotel and we don't expect perfection. BUT, when you are in bed already and nearly asleep, it doesn't help to have your neighbor guest return to their room and be struggling to open their door. It sounded as though they were at our door trying to break in. It took awhile for our heartbeats to return to normal. And if you are going to book a room, try and ask for the upstairs room. Downstairs, you can definitely hear the guests walking around above you.

For me, this pricepoint for this motel it wasn't worth it. There could have been so many little touches that could have made this place a "quaint" mountain inn. It's doubtful that I would make it an effort to stay here again. The pluses was the bed, and the AWESOME restaurant that the hotel has in its parking lot. In addition, the room was clean, so their housekeeping is doing a very good job with that.

And a note to the hotel, please change your channel listing for the television. It's very stained with water and who knows what else. Just updating the papers in the hotel book would set off a better impression than the one that I was left with after trying to read the code to the internet.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 18, 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the Georgetown Mountain Lodge during our national park tour in July. Of all the rooms we stayed in this was by far the most run down and dated. Our teens were not impressed and giggled about the Tube TV! The room was not super clean, furnishings were dated and we did not partake of the continental breakfast choosing to checkout as early as possible.

Date of stay: July 2016
Thank Mom2OneBoston
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GTMI, General Manager at Georgetown Mountain Inn, responded to this reviewResponded July 18, 2016

We have 32 rooms and a one bedroom apartment Suite.
We would have been happy to do a room switch.

We have three room types and the Antique room.
All room types have photographs posted all over the web.
Book early for the best choice - especially during the busy periods.
Call the hotel directly to make sure they are the lodging you want.

About half our rooms now have flat screen TVs (very expensive to buy 35 at one time)
and we are in the process of updating our TV and internet capabilities. Waiting for the current contract to end so we don't have a hefty early termination fee.

Dan

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