Yes, the rooms almost doubled in price, but where can you go for a patio king suite at a ski resort for $185 (plus tax) a night? We had a wonderful fireplace, decent sized living room, dining table for 2, small kitchen (small refrigerator, microwave, kuerig coffee maker, sink). You can park right at your door--no going through lobbies, take elevators and walk down long hallways to lug your stuff.
Were there some problems? Sure. The tub didn't really drain, the bathroom overall was tired, but the water was hot. The unit was warm and toasty. The king bed was very comfortable! The sofa and love seat were very comfortable to sit on as well. I think they are new this year. We didn't use the pool or the continental breakfast. The breakfast was easier to do in the suite.
Now to the skiing...we ski there because we are seniors who don't want the crowds of SS. We used to ski exclusively at SS when we were younger, but now ski exclusively at Hidden Valley. Try getting a room at SS for the price of a suite at HIdden Valley and they are only about 15 minutes away.
The slopes were well groomed and there are no lift lines (we go during the week). Could the lifts go faster? Yes, but isn't that the case for all ski resorts? We're going back next week. Can't beat the value of this resort.
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