Ratings based on 229 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Kristi from CT
Close to the mountain is the only plus.Posted Mar 19, 2014
Pros: Close proximity to the mountain
Cons: Thins walls made our stay nightmarish
We checked in on a Sunday evening thinking it would be a quiet night since most of the mountain goers have left after the weekend is over. We tried to go to bed at a reasonable hour so we could get up early to hit the slopes. We were put across the hall from another guest, who I assume was the perpetrator of the awful night's sleep we incurred. At about midnight, people across and also down the hallway were opening their doors and having it slam behind them. This must have happened at least 10 different times between midnight and 2 am. The walls were so thin that you can hear almost every conversation and hear every door slam echo through the hall. We didn't fall asleep until at least 3 am which made for a terrible day on the slopes. I don't understand how the front desk personnel weren't hearing the loud noises and why they didn't do anything about it. The fact that this hotel is close to the mountain is the only positive thing about it. The bathroom sink was separate from the toilet and shower which is quite odd, the bed wasn't very comfortable, and the thins walls mad it impossible to have a restful night sleep if are stuck near noisy and inconsiderate neighbors. We will never be back, and I would never recommend this place to anyone if you feel like getting a good night's sleep before hitting the mountain. Waste of money.
for Everyoneby Irina from NY
HotelPosted Mar 18, 2014
Small but clean hotel, comfortable and close to ski area. Overal nice place to stay, staff is good. Good enough to come for skiing and stay. Price a little high for that rooms but I guess it's was season.
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler
Posted Mar 14, 2014 on Hotels.com
Beds were uncomfortable
by A verified traveler
Misleading websitePosted Mar 14, 2014
Pool closed. Soap in bathroom microscopic. Continental breakfast lukewarm and disappointing.
Recommendedby Mike McCagg
Great location, good comforts for a ski resortPosted Mar 4, 2014 on Hotels.com
We loved the location and the friendliness of the staff. The rooms were good for a ski resort and the heated outdoor pool was a nice way to end a day of skiing. The only knock I have is the lack of electrical outlets in the room. In this day and age, you HAVE to have more than one outlet for people to charge their phones, computers, etc.! Despite that, it was a nice stay!
for Couplesby erica from connecticut
Posted Feb 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
This hotel was clean and convenient to where we were skiing. The rooms are in desperate need of an update. For the price I paid ( just under 200 per night) I expected the rooms to be a bit nicer. The beds were super uncomfortable and the rooms are very small. We were downstairs and I felt like we were in a basement. Overall it was fine, but I wish I had shopped around a bit more because we could have stayed at a much nicer place for about 50 more a night.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
good value thru Hotels.comPosted Feb 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is older as are the room appointments. The proximity to the base lodges is worth it. The deluxe rooms have fireplaces which are nice for instant heat All in all if you're familiar with Killington and the local accommodations this is a good deal. Continental breakfast is included which is nice.
by Christy from New Jersey
booked two nights, left after the firstPosted Feb 6, 2014
pictures look a lot better than the hotel in person. bed must have been from 1986, unbelievably uncomfortable. two people felt crammed in this little room with "fireplace & view". group of canadian fire men (?) checked in sunday day, they were rowdy, inconsiderate, blastic music, one even had a guitar, it was as if they have never been to VT before. spent almost 500$ to stay here for two nights, left the afternoon of the next day, front desk didnt even bother to ask why we were checking out early, they didnt care, they already had our money. we went across the street to mountain green got a "studio" for the night, with actual mountain views, an actual fire place, and a room 3x the size for only 40$ more. spend the extra couple bucks and save yourself the headache.
for Getaway With Friendsby Kevin from RI
Back to the 80sPosted Jan 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
The inn was right out of the movie Hot tub time machine. Very dated and rooms were set up weird. Bathroom (with no heat) had toilet and shower and then the complete other side had the sink and mirror. It seemed like a place my grand parent would stay. It's almost like they starched the sheets too. Night one they had a jazz band playing until 12. It was almost like they were playing in the next room over. But we were on the third floor and they were in the lobby. Night two people had a party somewhere on our floor which lasted until 3am. My friend heard this not me either wise I would have called the front desk Overall if you want to stay really close to the mountain and not enjoy your stay then this is the place.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
500 yards from the liftPosted Jan 21, 2014
A little bit past it's peek but you could not ask for a better location if all you are looking for is a clean room and really close access to the slopes. 500 yards from the Ramshead lift. Staff seemed eager to please. Free breakfast was a bit lame but if you stick to the coffee and muffins, acceptable. You can always catch an early chair and grab breakfast on the mountain. Also a five minute ride from the strip in Killington with any number of restaurants and pubs. Overall a very good value for the dollar.