"Not really a hotel."
This is primarily a resort complex, not a hotel. Thus, there is no elevator for the three story walkup, no ice, no free breakfast. Most of the amenities, there is lots to do, cost extra. Our room included pots, pans, glasses, dishes, flatware, a cooktop, a small refrigerator, and dishwasher. (The freezer needed to be defrosted before anything would fit.) However, there was no towels or ice; which arrived later. The room architect apparently have never seen a well designed hotel room, much less been in one. There is only one window, which is fairly removed from the living space. The interior designer was clueless as to the room's usable arrangement. As a result, all the furniture was shoved against one wall, the bed only accessible from one side, and nearly all of the electric receptacles obscured by furniture. If you cell phone falls down the wrong side of the bed, good luck retrieving it; you are wondering how I know this ;-). The room received a first-class renovation several years ago, with granite counter tops, slate-look floor tile, and bathroom wallpaper! However, since then, the daily steaming of the wallpaper allows it to peel. The plain, white shower tile grout is pretty moldy, there is no place to hang a wash cloth or towel in shower and only one towel bar in the bath. There was a large container of bed linens outside of our room that remained there for the duration of our stay. This place may work for a week of skiing. However, it is pricy as a hotel room.
Traveller from Cincinnati