I stayed at the Riverbank Condominiums for a few nights while in Keystone. The condominiums are located along the river and offer nice views of the mountains. It is only a two story complex with not that many rooms, but this is also a bonus as it keeps the crowds down. You check in a couple blocks away at the River Run check-in where they will provide you with the details of the complex.
There are enough parking spaces for one car per room in front of the condominiums. You can enter through the front door or up the stairs at the end of each side of the building. All of the rooms are located on each side of the lobby. You don't need your room key to go through the front door, but will need to if you want to enter the lobby from each of the wings. You also don't need the key to use the stairs, making it quite strange to have to use it to get to the lobby since you can enter it of the areas without the key.
The condominiums are privately owned so would expect each one to be different. Mine was fairly small but was nice and had a homey feeling. The room was separated into different rooms. The bedroom was by itself with a queen bed. There was a closet on one side and a dresser with a small television on top. The temperature controls for the heater are located in the bedroom as well. The bathroom was located across the hall. The toilet and sink were located in one room, with the Jacuzzi tub located in its own room. The stove was located in the hallway, with pans and utensils available for your use. The living room included a table with four chairs, sofa and gas fireplace. The controls for the fireplace were located along the wall.
There is no daily housekeeping, but you can order it for an extra charge if you want. Someone did come by the day of my arrival to check if everything was alright. There was one packet of Starbucks coffee and a couple of granola bars for me upon arrival, but could've requested more coffee if I chose. Since I was only there for three night I chose not to pay extra for the housekeeping.
There are no restaurants located inside the condominium complex nor breakfast available. There are several establishments in the River Run Village where you can get a bite to eat, as is a small market where you can purchase food and alcohol to bring back and cook yourself. There are also no ski lockers in the condominium, meaning that you will need to store your skis and boots inside the room itself.
Overall, the condominium was very nice. There were only a few items that I would change with the room to make it better. The Jacuzzi worked good, however I prefer using a hot tub outside in the elements than to be in the room where you could only fit one person. There was a rain shower type head for those like myself who prefer taking showers. The lighting in the living room was also fairly dim and could've used more lights. The temperature also got pretty warm even with the one functional window open. They could definitely use some fans in the rooms to allow for air-flow. In the end I would recommend the Riverbank Condominiums. You are within walking distance to the gondola and all of the restaurants and other establishments in the River Run Village. There is also a small fitness room in the lobby area.
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