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Mountain Green Resort
Ranked #5 of 13 Hotels in Killington
Reviewed 19 February 2012

My daughter has just returned from a school trip here and the hotel take full advantage of the fact that they are school children I.e they won't complain about basic expectations - not cleaned no heating and poor quality food! My daughter unfortunately left her camera in the room.When the hotel was notified hours later, this had disappeared, not sure how as no one else in the room post her except the cleaners!!! The e-mail response from the hotel clearly showed they were not interested. Really left us upset and dissapointed in a trip that should have been really special. Clearly this is a stack it high and sell it cheap affair when it comes to these school trips.

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Reviewed 30 January 2012

Stayed here in January, 2012 with two teen age boys. Condo furniture was old, but fine for them. We had a one bedroom with pullout couch. 7 minute walk to lifts or 2 minute shuttle ride. Stay in building number 3 because that is where the hot tub/pool exercise facility is located. Also a restaurant and ski shop in the building. Restaurant was decent and we ate there twice to avoid having to get in the car. Overall was pleased with the stay.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 30 January 2012

This resort is individual condo's . We stayed in a studio apartment which was ample for the two of us and even had room to invite others to eat.

It has a fully equipped kitchen and great room bathroom,dining table,sofa's and a lovely open fire with free fire wood.

The condo's are right in the heart of the slopes which can be reached by a 10 minute walk or ample parking. There are two eating places which has good selections on the menu and a great pool etc.

The ski ing is 1st class. We skied all day without seeing other people,no crowds waiting. There are ample eating places all over the ski area.

It is cold but the ski slopes far out way this. We are planning our second trip next year as it was actually cheaper than europe.

We went through the internet and got a job lot with ski hire ,accommadation and passes and it was easy to get it all when you arrive.

We flew to Boston and hired a 4x4 with sat nav this was worth it as we had 3 ft of snow in a week. You can see the web cams on the resort on the Killington web site,this is were we booked our stay.

The views from the condo's are great and I can't recommend this place for a great ski enough.

Room Tip: stay in the outer condo's if you want it quiet from the main building
  • Stayed: February 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank romagerry
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Reviewed 23 January 2012

It's nice to be close to the slopes and in a big suite, but when the living room and common areas have no heat, that's a problem. Keep this in mind on cold nights. The suite I stayed in was on floor A in building 1.

Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
1  Thank Sue B
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Reviewed 17 January 2012

I travel 60+ nights a year, and normally write short, concise reviews, but this place warrants pages and pages...

IMy wife and I travelled with a group here for MLK weekend, renting several units, and we were shocked by an unusually prime location with such potential for greatness totally squandered by a group of bumbling, idiotic stoners running the place. The only reason I give one star is the location and size of room, and this is gracious, trust me.

Where to start? I must first explain that all units here are privately owned, and rented to vacationers....common at ski areas where one rents a kitchen/bedroom/living room type unit. As such, some units are well kept, but others are merely income generating investments that are still furnished with 1980's cheapo-mod furniture, broken and tattered, in very spartan rooms built on a very low budget. Granted, some people decorate, refurnish, and maintain the units when necessary....others let them descend into sub-"Super 8 fishing lodge" hell. Crooked Wal-Mart paintings on thin walls, $1-a-square-yard carpet, stained and torn linoleum floors (yes...linoleum), 20 year old plastic cups in the cupboards, flush hollow core doors and particle board furniture and ....you get the picture. Units varied WIDELY among our group, which rented 15 units - this makes our sampling of the property very broad, and comments shared over dinners and while skiing validate my opinion.

The rooms: spacious enough, and well laid out. Filthy - blame management company. Debris on floors, dishes washed but covered with film and unusable. Heat - grossly inadequate (baseboard heat controlled by 40 year old thermostats like at Grandma's house). We turned ours up all the way, and had to supplement the heat by turning on the stove burners (electric coils) each morning while dressing. It was cold, but Vermont is always cold. TVs were 13 inch, old fashioned, scarcely viable in an expensive locale. Our TV had a genuine antique VHS recorder, just in case we wanted to watch a movie. Our bed was made with the bottom, fitted sheet put on sideways....it didn't even come close to reaching the top of the mattress. No coffee machine (or any other countertop appliances) in the kitchen. Fridge was OK, bathroom was OK, plenty of closet space. All was dirty, though, and hardly inviting. Bed, pillows and sheets were clean.

Building: slow and inadequate elevators, floors covered with mud and sand each day (no one ever cleans public spaces here), children running in the hallways at all times (no staff to stop them), a huge store that never opens (and has zero inventory, with empty shelves, coolers, and cold cases), a ski accessory shop (adequate), a gift shop (adequate), no restaurant before 3pm (no coffee available in building), a good sized lounge (a high point), a vast spa, pool and exercise facility (pretty decent, but absolutely FILLED with kids in the pools, steam rooms, hot tubs, saunas), and almost No Employees. Seriously, every aspect is understaffed. One morning, I saw dozens of people revolting because no one could get a cup of coffee, and the front desk person said the only place to get a cup (the store) doesn't open if "the guy" doesn't feel like coming in! In their defense, the property does not operate the store, and said they didn't know why no one wanted to make the money that could be easily made there. Amazing that 500 people in the units had no access to coffee, on any of the 3 days we were there. And that this is normal.

High point: shuttle service to the ski area is frequent, courteous, and free. This is NOT slopeside, but pretty close (3 minute shuttle ride).

In summary, the only reason I can think of to stay here is if a group needs a "condo". If you don't, and a couple hotel rooms will be fine, DO NOT STAY HERE. If you need a condo, rent one elsewhere. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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10  Thank jarakus
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Reviewed 4 January 2012

We overlooked the 6 PM check in time. Ok, that's our fault. But a 6 pm check in time means the resort doesn't care to spend enough money to have adequate cleaning staff to get the units ready at the standard time of 3 p.m. The manager claimed this is because all the units are condos, but we've been in many condo resorts and check in is at 3. Then neither of our two units was actually ready at 6. One was 6:30 and one not until 7:30. Obviously this made eating and getting ready to ski the next day very tough. Several other families were waiting in the lobby. The manager was not apologetic in the least. He compared the situation to airline overbooking flights. Overbooking flights is now illegal, I believe, or at least there are hefty fines. This resort does not put the guests first.
The location is great. The pool and jacuzzi, etc are nice.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank FambernPhiladelphia
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Reviewed 1 January 2012

You dont have a leg to stand on when Owner Peter Chan cashes the hefty check for a room with no heat in freezing condtions. No concern for the customer just taking the Cash. Do not rent C06 Bldg 1 - it is a dump.

Room Tip: BLDG 1 C06 Do not rent it
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with family
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Address: 135 E Mountain Rd, Killington, VT 05751-9615 (Formerly Mountain Green Ski & Golf Resort)
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Region: United States > Vermont > Killington
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #5 of 13 Hotels in Killington
Price Range: £97 - £275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Mountain Green Resort 3*
Number of rooms: 216
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Situated at the base of Killington, the best skiing in the East, Mountain Green Ski & Golf Resort is Killington's most complete resort. ... more   less 
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