Couldn't imagine paying peak-season rates to stay
Posted Nov 14, 2016 on Hotels
When booking it wasn't clear to me that we were booking a room in the Inn, and not the Lodge. I wouldn't have stayed here had I known that. Also, they've done a semi-update of the rooms which didn't include shower fixtures. The dated, mildew filled 70's era fixtures were disturbing for a room that cost this much in Idaho during the slack.
The heated pool was the one highlight of the stay, but the attendant who couldn't be bothered to get off his cellphone when I needed a token for the changing room lockers helped offset that.
Reminded me of staying at a lodge in a national park. You're basically paying for the name and location, not the disappointing rooms and poor service.