Fantastic Fall Break
Posted Oct 16, 2015 on Hotels
Our condo was 301A, a one bedroom at the far end of the building, furthest away from the mountain view and "in the trees." The bathroom consisted of a shower tub combo with a sliding glass door. I'm not the tallest person, and it felt like the walls of the deep soaking tub made me extra cautious getting in and out. The sink was also ~30" wide; I think it's worth noting that it's hard to "share" sink space and/or bathroom space if you're both prepping at the same time. There was a nice entry hall table where I could put my makeup bag. Obviously if you're going to ski, maybe this isn't that big of a deal. However, if you're going to enjoy nightlight and need to primp and find a landing pad for your makeup bag(s), the hall table comes in handy. But, there's no hanging mirror in the hall, so bring your travel one. My only other suggestion for the unit is that there's not a lot of storage space in the closet for clothes that you don't need to hang. A 5 drawer dresser would have been perfect for the closet--which is huge and could easily handle the extra furniture. We made use of the few shelves without any real issues. The unit had a great kitchen; it would suit basic and moderate menus. Basic supplies like dish detergent and laundry detergent were supplied, plus a laundry basket. Shuttle service was great, but we enjoyed walking the trail to the gondola too. Bring a flashlight if you plan on walking late at night. Staff were always friendly.