Still looks great as ever, a variety of rustic rooms in a lodge atmosphere. Gorgeous views. Like the others wrote - without BOGO, it's not worth the cost. Lots of cost-saving measures eroded the fine dining ambience. I had seafood Alfredo, the wife grilled salmon - the ingredients did not appear to be fresh (rather than frozen), but were very edible notwithstanding. Fresh bread always great; warm & crusty. Excellent service. $6 for a house Merlot (or other house wines) a bit steep in this economy. Plenty of parking.
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