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Went for a bachelorette girls trip, I thought it would be fun and relaxing but it was just a room nothing special. It does have a kitchenette in it that was nice. The hot tub was good temperature but there are so many kids screaming...More
Great Worldmark Condos. Units are spacious, some have underground parking, all have balconies with gas Barbecue grills, large bedrooms, full kitchens and very clean. Great place to stage your trip to explore Park City, Heber Valley and the Wasatch Mountains.
This is a very nice place.
The staff was awesome.
Rooms very clean.
The town of midway is a pleasant place.
All decorated for Christmas.
We took the train to the north pole with a lot of our family.
Everyone had a wonderful time.
The Wi-Fi comes at a cost, and for some reason my wife's kindle was not able to use it to download her books, so that was a bit of a disappointment. The room was fantastic. Even though it was just my wife and me, we...More
This was on our way to Albuquerque New Mexico,we came from McCall ID and was a Sunday. Got in Grandson wanted a swim so we did this then found out not many options for dinner. Went to a Mexican place for dinner one of the...More
Thank Pamela N
Response from Karen G, Owner Care at WorldMark MidwayResponded 16 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your visit. I'm sorry to hear that you had trouble finding a place for dinner during your stay. We hope you were able to enjoy the rest of your stay with us.
Response from Raymond Y | Reviewed this property |
Depending on the snow year, we were driving a Subaru. Coming from the East we wanted to drive through Rocky Mountain National Park, but passage was closed so we had to go up to Montana (Little America) and back down into... More
Depending on the snow year, we were driving a Subaru. Coming from the East we wanted to drive through Rocky Mountain National Park, but passage was closed so we had to go up to Montana (Little America) and back down into Utah and that was May. Anytime driving in the Mountains a Four wheel drive is a good idea.