Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
2.8 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from MD
AmenitiesPosted Aug 6, 2015
Good for residents but not for guests because amenities are too far, needed to drive to get to them. Took too long to get seatef and served breakfast. Otherwise, place is clean and safe. Easy to drive, only 2.5-3 hour drive from Baltimore, MD. Kids enjoyed the pools, hopefully we can come back and try skiing and tubing this winter.
by A verified traveler
Would not recommendPosted Aug 4, 2015
The room that we stayed in at the Inn was dirty. There were coffee grounds left in the coffee maker from the previous guests. The microwave had black fingerprints on it, and it didn't look like they had vacuumed before we arrived either. We were leery of sleeping under the covers of the bed, and washed our dishes before we used any of them! My Brother stayed at one of the Townhouses, and his place was no better. The toaster did not work. There were spider webs surrounding the entry door. The lock on the sliding door to the back deck did not work (had to use a bar), and they literally painted us in the next morning by painting the deck walkway out the front door! They need to take more pride in their rental properties so that their guests want to return.
by A verified traveler from R
horriblePosted May 18, 2015
The water was brown. Very dirty. It was like a cabin instead of hotel. The ice you had to pay for. Soda machine not working.. I also felt like blankets were not freshly washed. Never again!!!!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Christmas time at Eagle RockPosted Jan 2, 2012
I have been to Eagle Rock several times, and always had a good experience. I usually rent a private home, but this time stayed at the Lodge hotel. It was wonderful for the whole family.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Pittsburgh, PA
Room with a viewPosted Sep 13, 2011
This was a nice resort hotel. The furnishings were an odd but pleasant hybrid of craftsman and lodge: the whole aesthetic was a little too self-consciously artsy in a philistine sort of way. But it was livable. For half the rooms, the view must have been outstanding. For the other half (where I was), the view was of the parking lot. One must insist upon the better view, or the hotel really should charge less for the lesser view. Soda machines were located only on the second floor, and they were poorly stocked. The whole region (not just this inn) attempts highfalutin' fare on the menu, but only manages to attain the level of a decent burger. Lots of self-important guests from the metrop: this alone accounts for the general philistine feel. Still, a nice place. You pay for it.