Ratings based on 78 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Willy from Albuquerque NM
Nice condos close to Durango Mountain Resort.Posted Oct 14, 2013
Pros: Great condo, very roomy and quiet
Cons: Coordination of front lobby with maintenance and housekeeping
Location: Skiing, site seeing
Clean, comfortable condos very close to Durango Mountain Resort. Excellent condition, very roomy, nice parking, good access to pool and hottub at both Cascade Village and DMR. Full kitchen. There was some confusion though as to management of condos. Most condos are managed by Cascade Village the one we stayed in is actually managed by Durango Mountain Resort. So we had to go back to DMR and check in. Also all maintenance and housekeeping requests are made to DMR and not the onsite people which can be frustrating. Our condo was great except the refrigerator kept emitting a high pitch sound that was almost unbearable. Kept having to plug in unplug to make it stop. Couldn't just leave it unplugged cause we had food. Had to make several calls both days we stayed and nothing got fixed while we we're there. So overall hard to get your requests in if you have housekeeping or maintenance but other than that great stay. I would stay again.
for Couplesby Justin from Colorado Springs, CO
Nice alternative to traditional rooms in DurangoPosted Oct 8, 2013
Pros: Love the space per unit, the alpine location and views, full kitchens, and wood burning fireplace.
Cons: Not every room has access to internet (wired or wifi), rooms have DSL and WiFi and have locked down their passcode. US Hwy 550 can be noisy out back.
Location: Located about 25 miles north of Durango near Durango Mountain Resort. Bring food to cook for those times you don't want a commute into town.
Good overall experience, our 3rd time staying here. You essentially are "renting" an owner's ski condo which comes with a full kitchen, fireplace, balcony, and in our unit, two rooms and two bathrooms. Units have varied as far as the quality of furnishings, types of beds, and "updatedness". Our most recent stay at end of September 2013 was a less updated model with rather worn and dated carpets throughout, and unfortunately a set of two bunk beds in the lower bedroom. For a person with a touchy back that was not a welcome sight. Previous stays the 2nd bed room had either two full or queen beds. Overall the unit was pretty clean when we arrived, just a little worn around the edges. Cascade Lodge is available to the "renter" if the owner has graciously left their access keys (2 out of three times), there is a nice pool, hot tub, and dry sauna available as well as a place to get away and "chill" in the lodge if you need some space. Unit door to central hallway could use an upgrade to a more soundproof model, when others are in the hallway carrying on a conversation (or screaching children) there is no way you can miss hearing them and you may think they are coming into your unit...ha ha. US Hwy 550 lies just to the east of the two rent-able buildings, pretty quiet at night, but if you want to sleep in a little with the windows open to let some fresh air in, bring ear plugs, as the motorcycles, RVs, and semi-trucks heading up to Silverton will be your alarm clock otherwise.
for Everyoneby jeffrey from oklahoma
Needs an updatePosted Sep 18, 2013
Pros: The scenery is wonderful
Cons: Fix cracks, replace couch, chair, bedspread, carpet.
Location: Skiing and mountains , it only took us 25 minutes to drive into Durango.
The two major problems with the room were the couch, chair and the bedspread. Both were old and should have been replaced long ago. Although the carpet was also dated it didn't give the room the rundown vibe like the other things. There Were also cracks and water stains on the bathroom ceiling.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
No wi-fiPosted Sep 17, 2013
Pros: It was a cozy, very clean, room with a lovely fireplace and plenty of wood to burn.
When we booked the hotel, the site indicated that there was Wi-Fi. Our room did not have Wi-Fi although it did have Ethernet. The staff explained that Wi-Fi is available in some of the rooms but not all.
for Everyoneby Rolf from Las Vegas, NV
Nice place if you intend to be there in the winterPosted Sep 9, 2013
Cons: My comments will tell it all.
There is no AC and no one tells you about a fan in a closet. There is no elevator nor cart to bring items into the room. The room is very nice though however in the bedroom was a TV from the 80's and in the front room was a flat screen TV. Our room was on the side where the highway is and since there was no AC we had a choice to either roast or be plagued with the constant traffic coming down the highway. The pool and spa is in a separate area from the rooms which made it somewhat inconvenient to get to. If you were planning to stay at this hotel, be sure it is in the dead winter so you can use the heater for comfort. If it is 90 degrees in the day as was our situation, forget it.
for Business Travelersby Kendra from Arizona
Fantastic place!Posted Sep 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
The location of this establishment has some breath taking views first off. I wasn't a fan of check in because of the desk closing at five. To make customers aware the office closes at 5 and check in is at durango mountain resorts which is a mile south so just go there if you don't get there before 5pm. Other then that the room was awesome (although slightly outdated) but still cozy. The bed was super comfy and it felt like a home away from home. I would definitely recommend this place and hope to be back soon.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Very quiet room!Posted Aug 30, 2013
Location: The location was great for a quiet and relaxing stay. It was a little far from Durango for a fast trip to town. Overall it was great!
Our 5 day stay was very relaxing! Our room was VERY spacious and everything was clean and neat!
for Everyoneby Holden
Nice place...but everything was shut downPosted Aug 26, 2013
Pros: Hotel check in guy could not have been nicer or more helpful.
Cons: Doors were disassembled in the hallway with sawdust and parts everywhere. Just because its offseason doesn't mean paying guests should have to cope
Location: Bucks Livery horseback riding and that's about it.
We realized everything was offseason (summer) but didn't realize the summer activities had ended the week earlier. Could have been a lot to do...felt bamboozled.
for Familiesby Cascade Village from Durango Co
Very scenic and close to townPosted Aug 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall this was a very nice & quiet getaway. The staff were very friendly. We will definitely be back next year.
for Familiesby Trish from Lakewood, CO
breathtaking beauty!Posted Aug 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
We rented a two bedroom - two bathroom condo and had a wonderful time! The condo was clean and had a full kitchen, wood burning fireplace, and large Jacuzzi tub. We sat in the outdoor hot tub and enjoyed the refreshing morning air. We highly recommend this place and will certainly return!