Stayed here for 5 days in March. We wanted to be close to the slopes, but not necessarily pay a ton of money to stay right at the base of the mountain. Facility itself is nice--garage parking, a common meeting area, limited fitness equipment, patios overlooking the mountain, and two hot tubs. There are ski lockers in the garage and wagons to carry everything over to mountain house. It is only about a 5 minute walk to the base of the slope. We rented a basket for $8 every day and left our skis and boots at Mountain House and walked back to the room for lunch. The room it self was comfortable and well-equipped--TV's in every room, wi-fi, most appliances needed to cook. The room came with plenty of soaps, towels, dishwashing detergent, etc. My only complaints are the room was a little dated, the cooking pans, etc., need replaced, the beds weren't very comfortable, and the old TV in the family room was sitting too high to see the screen very well. I would also add flat panel TV's and make the wi-fi faster...it was very slow. Lastly, we had a back up in the sink and guest services was very quick to fix the issue. All in all, would definitely stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hidden River Lodge provides privately owned condos that are managed by multiple lodging companies. They are located at the Mountain House base ski area of Keystone Resort just across the Snake River wetlands. You'll be absolutely stunned with the sheer beauty of the straight-on view of the nearby ski slopes at Keystone. You'll see the Continental Divide to the East and the Tenmile Range to the West, and the Snake River winds its way past the lodge for spectacular scenery all around. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hidden River Hotel Keystone