My family stayed here for a week but had I known that the resort is split right down the middle with a busy road that my family had to constantly cross to get to the water (Bay or pool) that was dangerous, we would not have picked this resort. A lot of traffic on this road even though it was close to a dead end surprisingly. I had also been excited about the bikes available to use on the resort.... but there is no where to ride in this resort unless you are on the busy, narrow road... until you get into the National Park nearby. The resort advertises boats for use, too. Well, that was a disappointment also. Available to us was a row boat with a broken oar and a paddleboat that my kids would have loved if the pedals on it actually worked. The hot tub was not even available to us for two days due to water chemical change and when we did get in it... it had no turbulence in the jets although the water was warm. One other thing that was not too much fun about this resort was the fact that there wasn't a beach per se by their part of The Bay to swim in either. We could see a beach across the bay with sand and that is what we went to actually swim in the bay although we did have to drive to get to it. Did I also mention that the view from the resort is of the shipbuilding industrial side of the Bay? The cabin was nice and the grounds were meticulously kept up. But as far as amenities on the property, Cliff Dwellers is lacking. The gas grill and firepit also advertised is a community thing so you have to share on a first come first served basis which is not very convenient for a family. I know that I will never book a room/cottage here ever again for my family and I.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cliff Dwellers Resort is nestled between the serene moss and cedar-covered cliffs and the deep blue waters of Sturgeon Bay. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cliff Dwellers Hotel Sturgeon Bay
- Cliff Dwellers Resort Sturgeon Bay, WI - Door County