When my friend and I arrived to our Wigwam, we giggled like school girls. It was fantastic,mostly because it gave "kitsch" new meaning and tacky is funny. If you are looking for a four star hotel or really a hotel experience in general, then keep driving. This hotel is like renting a cabin in the woods, an old cabin in the woods. THINK -cabin in Northern Michigan when you first open it up; there is dust,it needs to be cleaned and it isn't quite warm enough,but you are happy to be there.
That being said, I never once saw the owner, my key was left in the bucket and that is where I dropped it off. We hoped to go into the main tepee to buy tacky souvenirs, but the tepee was closed. Boooo. The Wigwam Hotel #2 has some serious potential, but it seemed like the owner bought a house that just happened to have tacky tepee sheds in its backyard. Thus, the owner is just making the best of the inconvenience of having multiple sheds in the yard.
That being said I would to it again in a heartbeat and I would bring shower shoes.I know this review doesn't sound that positive, but I loved it.
I realized we went to Wigwam Village #2 at the end of March and during the "off" season so maybe it would be less of a cabin experience and more dusted.
- Also Known As:
- Wigwam Village Cave City