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We stayed here for 3 nights and it’s one of the worst places I’ve ever stayed in my entire life, definitely the worst in the last decade. Totally old fashioned, no services, no lobby to stay outside your small and dirty room. Very old and...More
You pay for the location. The price during high season is around $240/night and what you get for that is a stay in a youth hostel. The room hasn’t been updated since 1960. And it very much shows. It’s clean. I think. Within walking distance...More
Village Inn is clean and maintained as best an outdated property can be. Other than that, at $300+/nt for a small room with queen bed it is the worst value of any ski area I’ve stayed. Parking and ease of access is inconvenient. A ski...More
No air condition! No elevator, great service.
Super old, needs update! We could survive a day, but not more. Can not imagine skiing here and staying more days. Cute though, very different.I will not ever come back here!
The building was old, and had no elevator, and my room was on the fourth floor. A very kind staff person carried my very heavy suitcase up all of those wooden stairs. (Actually, the parking was mid-level, so it was only two flights for me...More
Depending from which angle one is looking, is probably what is confusing as the building is multi- level, set into the hillside. Most importantly, because of the noise factor, request a room on the upper level if you can.
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"During snow season, the front side (toward the main road) will get a lot of snowplow noise at night."