Close to mountain (5 mins from Snowshed or Ramshead area)
Easy to get to off of Killington Access Road
Free WiFi access in rooms, Flat screen TV
Locking Storage Closets for ski equipment.
Community building close by, with sauna, hot tub, pool and locker room with shower.
Very small (and dark)unit at furthest end of property.
No fridge, iron or ironing board.
Only has two twin sized beds
Bathroom has two doors, one located in a public corridor and only protected by a flimsy lock.
No sitting desk or chair in the unit.
Oversized lampbase & phone takes up all the small nightstand space. No room even for a clock radio (which was on the closet shelf).
Only flat surface for personal items is on a 3 drawer bureau.
Room is under the upper condo unit's Jacuzzi tub (what a racket!)
No view from the only window.
No room safe.
Firewood dumped right at the top of the stairs leading to the unit.
Shuttle is curb side service at the entrance to the village and runs 30 mins apart.
Normally when I ski Killington I stay down in Mendon because the rooms are so much cheaper. Due to some recent car trouble I decided to stay closer to the mountain and use the free shuttle service instead of driving. Saw that Killington Managed Properties offered Motel-styled units within their condos close to the mountain and decided to give them a try. As mentioned in a previous (and only review), the rooms are sandwiched among the Condos. The motel unit was basically a spare bedroom attached to the larger (and much nicer), condo unit.
The unit itself was a long walk from the entrance of the village and between juggling the equipment and the 30 min wait at the curb for the shuttle, I wasn't a happy camper. I wound up driving to the slopes anyways. Shuttle service: fail. Of major concern was the flimsy interior doorknob and flimsy chain protecting the bathroom. One good kick (or a credit card), was all it would take to gain access to the unit. With no room safe to store valuables, you better hope you have honest neighbors. The flat screen TV did not accept hookups for external devices. I plugged my HDMI capable tablet to the HDMI plug on the TV and it came up as "not supported." I tried high and low resolutions with the same result. To its credit, the unit did have a mini DVD player attached to the TV. The twin beds were comfortable, just small. Extra bedding was available which was good. No fridge in room, so bring a cooler to keep things cold. Water pressure was good and temp controls were in working order. The Community center was nice with a large hot tub, dry sauna smallish indoor swimming pool (3-6 ft), shower facilities and an elliptical, treadmill and recumbent bike.
Overall, I'd recommend this place only for someone who is willing to accept bare-bones amenities in order to be close to the mountain. If you are a solo-traveler, you'll be disappointed with the bedding situation and the overall claustrophobic feel of the small dark room. The Jacuzzi noise would also get old really fast. The shuttle bus is the same bus servicing all the other hotels between Rutland and Killington, so don't stay there for that service. Would I go there again? Only if I was in a full condo unit. For the price, better amenities can be found elsewhere. The review was detailed because I want you to have a full description of what you'd be getting into if you choose this option. That option wasn't available to me before I booked the room. I am attaching pictures to give a better idea of what to expect.
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