Very comfortable condo nestled at the base of KT-22.
Fantastic family resort. Played in the snow right outside our room. Lift to Squaw Valley is on the property and a super short shuttle ride took us into the village (front of Squaw Valley). The village had more kids activities in addition to the ice skating and heated pool at the resort.
Loved being able to walk to the chair lifts. Also liked that the parking garage was underground. Downside was that the window faced the road and I could hear loud trucks in the morning, even when the windows were closed.
No frills, old school hotel. Ski in, ski out. Would def stay here again.
It was a great location and offered a lot of amenities. Will stay again!
Pro: very Close to slopes. Cons: old rooms/bathroom, staff interactions bad in multiple occasions, breakfast few options and can’t order a la carte - which I was told rudely. Overall, not a 4 star experience, more what I would expect from 2 or 3
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