Serious noise issues.
Posted Mar 27, 2014
For the price paid and the near-slope location (which was great), we expected a smaller room, not the best amenities, a little older, not as nice and spiffy etc... We got that. All the staff we interacted with were perfectly nice. The one major problem was that the room we stayed in was connected to neighboring rooms by a "door" that really did not exist. I think a sheet of wax paper would have provided more sound protection. Actually the door probably acted as some sort of amplification device. The gaps around the door edges are a few inches thick, so even a considerable amount of light gets in. If your neighbors go to sleep at a normal hour, you will be fine, you'll just know a lot about their lives through hearing every word of their conversations, and they about yours. If your neighbors want to party until 4 am, as ours did, you will know the ins and outs of who won their drinking games all the way into the wee hours. Called the cops twice in one night, and they were not able to do much, since the sound problem only existed in our little room that was connected through this strange noise vortex disguised as a door.