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out of 7 reviews
“Great ski/snowboarding destination!”
Me and a couple friends decided to go here based on the value of the hotel and the quality of the slopes. When we first arrived, someone helped us unload our car and showed us where the hot tub and other amenities were. The room was very comfortable but was a little too warm for our taste. With ski in/out privileges it was very quick and easy to gear up and head out to the slopes. The front desk sold discount tickets for all-day & junior passes. All other passes (half-day, beginner, etc) needed to be purchased across from the hotel for an undiscounted price. The hotel has ski lockers on the bottom floor and is spacious enough to hold three snowboards and a couple pair of boots. The village surrounding the Inn was very quaint and actually had pretty decent food. The slopes here are amazing. The lines were never too long, even on Saturday so you're able to venture around and go all over the mountain. We will definitely make it out here again!!
“Perfect Skiing Trip for those who want to avoid crowds”
i went it late January, very quiet! just had an absolute wonderful time with my family. i never once waited in a ski lift line. the conditions were fantastic!
This is a great location at the base of two lifts. Great set up for skiers with lockers. Many food options for meals although not as many as someone used to a big resort area might expect -- plenty for us, however, as we're there to ski.
“Can't wait to go back”
It was a 35-minute drive to Solitude from the airport. When we pulled in, the bellboy greeted us, unloaded our car, and showed us to our room. Afterward, he parked the car for us. He gave us a small tour of the hotel and showed us the location of the pool, hot tub, sauna, and gourmet restaurant. The rest of the staff was great as well. The bed was comfortable and the balcony overlooked the beautiful mountain. The hotel has a ski locker downstairs. It is a 2-minute walk to the lifts. Ski rentals and lift tickets are across from the hotel. So I was able to ski a half day after we checked in. Hotel guests get discounted lift tickets (only $50) and discounted ski rentals. The hotel restaurant, St Bernard's, has outstanding French cuisine and an amazing breakfast. There is another fine restaurant across the street that is an American bistro with a cute, cozy bar. Now to the skiing. Each morning, a snowmobile picked up my 4 year old and drove him off to ski camp. My boy was very happy to learn how to ski, and the day care staff and ski instructors were great. My wife, who did not like skiing before this vacation, found plenty of greens and easy blues to ski. The runs are wide open so it was easy for her to make wide slow turns. She is eager to return. I'm an upper intermediate skier and found 4 days worth of challenging runs. The best part is that there are no lift lines.
“Great location and ameneties”
The Inn at Solitude is a nice hotel situated right at the base of Solitude Mountain. The room was large with a refrigerator. The Inn also has it's own heated pool and hot tub away from the central Club Solitude which was a nice thing to have when the Club hot tub was crowded. There are also several restaurants located in the village which served decent food as well.
“Great for a long weekend of skiing - not for picky eaters”
The hotel is part of a resort that includes a village, ski slopes and a couple restaurants. The hotel is quite nice - the room was just as advertised, we had a nice view of the slopes, it was spacious enough. Locker room for skis is handy, but it required a trip up/down stairs. Room could be noisy - one night we had very loud neighbors that kept us up much of the night. The access to the ski slopes was very nice - ski right there. The main drawback was the isolation of the resort and the lack of dining options. The resort is in a valley accessed by a twisty road that required snow tires/chains (not available from any rental car agency) and so we took a shuttle van from the airport. Shuttle less expensive than a rental, but then no transportation. Village has three dining options: hotel restaurant (good/expensive breakfast, slow service), a fancier restaurant which was overwhelmed the night we went and by the time our table was ready and our food came, we were all in a fairly negative mood. The last option is a little pizza/sandwich shop which really proved the most comfortable and fastest place. The pizza and sandwiches were good, but not fine dining. We stayed for a Thursday night-Sunday afternoon which was about as long as I'd recommend. The ski slopes are great with tons of snow and not at all crowded even on the weekends. However the resort is fairly small and after 3 days you've probably skied all the trails several times each, we did anyway.
“More than I expected!”
Nice place to stay, small, intimate village. This is not Park City, but great to get away from it all. Ski lift prices and lessons are much cheaper than Park City so a very good place to come and learn. The hotel is close to slopes and have a great locker room for your ski's..much appreciated. Food is good.