First off let me say that associating your name with the moniker of "resort" you are essentially telling the traveling public that you are a cut above the rest. The Landmark is NOT a resort. It IS clean, it IS reasonably priced, but it is not a resort. We stayed in a King single bedroom in the Charthouse and our daughter and her husband stayed in similar room across the hall for a long relaxing winter weekend escape from work.
Upon arrival we found the room clean as it should be. The room was as, others have stated, very dated with old furnishings. Decorations were dark and large making this room seem smaller than it actually was. The room was cold and the electric heat only made for cold and hot spots throughout. The uncomfortable king size bed fills the room completely with about 1 foot of space on either side and 3 feet at the foot. Bring hangers!!... there were a total of 7 in three closets. Our two slice toaster had one good side, and one side that only burns toast. Do not run the dishwasher at night, you will not be able to sleep nor will the people in adjacent rooms. The tv is a circa 2001 tube tv that had 30 some cable stations of which 4 were without audio.
That brings us to the bathroom. This set up consisted of a vanity room with a hairdryer (newest item in the whole place) and a shower room which also contained the toilet. The shower room should be an embarrassment to those that call this a resort. Not counting the shower, the tiny room has 12 square feet. The room is very dimly lit with the light fixture over the toilet so that when you get into the shower and close the very high industrial shower curtain, you are showering in a dark cave. After a few minutes your eyes adapt and you can then see what is around you so do not get in a hurry. Towels are the usual size and plenty in number, but not the bath blanket towel size one usually finds in resorts.
As I said earlier, it is clean. It is to resorts what Chi Chi's is to Mexican food. Please do not book accommodations thinking you are going to spend your time in Door County in absolute splendor. It is a nice suite/motel in desperate need of updating and redesign. The Landmark people need to rethink their marketing aims to the traveling public and leave the term resort to the Four Seasons.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Door County's Landmark Resort features 294 tastefully-appointed one, two and three-bedroom suites. Comfortable and casual, the accommodations reflect Door County's relaxed attitude. With alternate views of the forested countryside or Green Bay's sparkling waters, the suites include a fully-equipped kitchen, living room, dining area and deck. All of the units are air-conditioned, feature cable television, a DVD player, and free wireless internet access. Indoor pool is open 24/7. Plenty of great amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Landmark Resort Egg Harbor, Door County, WI
- Landmark Hotel Egg Harbor