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Bear Hollow Village by All Seasons Resort Lodging3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
5569 Oslo Ln apt 3405 is a lovely top floor unit with upgraded kitchen and bath. No noise from neighbors and location is great! Close to Canyon's resort, the Olympic Park and the Outlets, plus walking distance to Redstone shops and restaurants. Great views from the balcony. The property is well managed by Wyndham Vacation Rentals.
We spent 4 nights here at the end of february. The guests before us lost the club house key so we didn't have access to the gym or hot tub. The apartment is a good size for the price, but had a lot of wear and tear. Only 5 chairs remain in the 6 seat table, and 2 of them were so broken you couldn't sit in them. The smoke detectors were off the ceiling for some reason. We had 3 bedrooms, 2 with queen beds and 1 with 3 twin beds. The bedding was old and worn. Location was very accesible from the main road and close to the outlet mall, wallmart and shopping center, but a good 25 mins drive to Deer Valley where we were skiing. We were there during a winter storm and the roads to the complex were cleaned quickly.
We were 4 adults and a kid. Nice unit with 4 beds and 2 baths. Appliances were modern including washer and dryer. It's a short drive to the Canyons. Not really walking distance. We were skiing. The walls were a bit thin. There was a party above us until 3 am. Indoor parking for one car. Hot tub was good. TV's were good. It's an owner unit. Our unit had very good amenities, furnishings, and kitchenware.
We booked a 3 bedroom condo for our girls' trip to Park City. The room was beautiful and everyone in my group was pleased with it. The check-in process is kind of strange as you have to go to a completely different address to do so. I'm happy that I noticed the check in address at the bottom of the fine print in my booking, because the Expedia app will map you to the actual condo unit. Also, they didn't give us clear directions to access the garage so we spent forever trying to figure out how to open the garage. We found out later that we had to walk inside the garage and open it because the garage door opener was sitting in our unit. In the hot garage, we didn't see an elevator and so dragged our luggage up a flight of stairs. Later, we discovered the elevator we could have used. Better instructions for the garage and an "Elevator" sign would be much appreciated. Once we were inside the unit, we were blown away by how nice it is. The beds were comfortable. One of my friends slept in the top bunk of a bunk bed, so the only thing we would have wished for is 3 regular queen beds. The kitchen and living area are gorgeous, with granite countertops and beautiful wood floors. The kitchen was workable, but was missing things like measuring spoons. Inside, we did find some ants marching around the dining rug and a few on the kitchen counters, but the front desk said they would promptly fumigate once we alerted them to it. The grounds are very nice, but there was not very much B building Parking. Also, the pool is not easy to get to from our building. You more or less have to walk back to a road, down a block, then back towards the pool, even though it's directly lined up with only one other building in between. They really should have allowed a walk through a courtyard. The pool closes early (9:00 PM), so we never had the opportunity to use it. Overall, we would stay here again. It helps that we now know the lay of the land. It's so much better than separate hotel rooms for a large group.
We stayed for 8 nights at 5633 Bobsled Blvd., along with some close friends and their kids. We had a total of 4 adults and 6 kids, and there was plenty of room for everyone. The house was very nice, comfortable, clean, and well-maintained. It was 3 stories, with 4 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, 2 fireplaces, 2 balconies with beautiful views, a laundry room, a garage, and a hot tub. It was a wonderful place to spend a week while in Park City for skiing. The location was excellent. It's 2 minutes to the Redstone Center shopping center, 5 minutes to The Canyons village, 10 minutes to the Park City village, and less than 15 minutes to Main Street and Deer Valley. Although it lacks the convenience of ski-in, ski-out, it's far less expensive (we paid about $400/night, and splitting that between 2 families made it very affordable). It's a nice neighborhood, with walkways and a central clubhouse with a small heated pool. If you do stay at Bear Hollow Village, I recommend renting a unit on Bobsled Blvd, where you are more likely to have great views. Most of the units on the other streets are surrounded by other homes, blocking views of the surrounding mountains.
We rented the "deluxe" 3B/2B condo but it was anything but deluxe. Unit was beat up, we found washer stuffed with towels (not sure if they were clean) so not sure what cleaning crew did before we arrived, insufficient linens to last the week, thermostat blocked so hard to keep unit warm, fireplace didn't work, someone's dog defecated by elevator and no one cleaned it up until we complained, office staff kept referring us to HOA, elevator filthy, difficult parking (although garage was heated which was the only positive), beds and pillows had no support -- lousy foam pillows and lumpy mattress, only 1 TV. Am upset about the money we wasted on this unit.
Make sure your on the top floor of these condos/apartments. If not you will regret it. You can hear everything your neighbors are doing above you. The views from these condos/apartments are dependent on which condos/apartments you get. It's like a hit and miss. I notice a lot of these condos/apartments are facing each other so you are basically looking into someone else's condo. Good Luck :) and enjoy Park City, Utah because it is the best little ski town ever....:)
Just spent 10 nights here. The first 3 bed apartment was clean and tidy but we couldn't stand the noise from the apartment above - running around until 11 o'clock at night and you could hear every footstep. We asked for a change of apartment which was carried out with no trouble at all - we ended up on the top floor. (Glad there was a lift!!) The second 3 bed apartment was as good if not better than the first one. It would have been nice to have been able to store the skis in the garage but that was the only negative thing. Just wish we could fly direct from the UK.
On a recent trip to Park City we decided to stay in the Bear Hollow Village. The town home we stayed in was 4 bedrooms. It was very spacious, clean, modern, and could easily have slept 10 people. We were traveling as 2 families with 3 children under 3 years old so we needed the extra bedrooms. Our kitchen was extremely well stocked, beautiful hot tub on the balcony overlooking the mountains, and the laundry upstairs was wonderful. It is located right across from a lot of restaurants and retailers, including a Smith's grocery store and Whole Foods Market. The only downside is that you would likely have to rent a car to stay in this location for convenience (I am not sure what the public transportation situation is from this spot). However, the drives to all the major ski resorts are very doable. Park City was 10-15 minutes away with easy parking at the base. The Canyons was even closer (and in my opinion much more fun) with a less than 5 minute drive. On the other side of the mountain are Snowbird and Alta which I heard were about 30 minutes away. We will definitely consider staying in the exact location if we ever go back to Park City!
Vacasa's service for this rental was the worst I have ever experienced, and this review should be taken as a review for this specific apartment and not for any adjoining apartment, which might be excellent and well-managed. I rented what was clearly described as a 4-bedroom apartment, but it was only a 3 bedroom apartment. There were numerous problems with the apartment, including a lack of any keys for 2 days, doors that didn't lock, doors that locked people into rooms (and had to be opened using a credit card slid against the door jamb), no wine glasses (as clearly mentioned in the rental agreement), dirty carpets, a dishwasher that leaves dishes dirty, and, most importantly, the fact that there were only 3 bedrooms. Evidently the owner labeled an area where beds are placed in the basement between the main living space and the garage as a bedroom. We met with several realtors over the time we were in Park City, and they were universally shocked this apartment was described as a 4-bedroom apartment as it is not permissible to do so unless there is a door separating that area from the main living area. As such, our guests (2 adults with 2 young children) who needed that specific "room" for sleeping had no privacy during their stay with us. In addition to the fact that there was no door separating this area from the main living space, entrance from the garage (which was the only entrance for which we had access for our first 2 days, since we didn't have keys) required ingress through this space. Thus it was not possible for someone to sleep in this space if anyone else in the apartment was up and around; and anyone coming back late at night would have to walk through this bedroom if we chose to lock the main doors for safety. As soon as I arrived at the apartment I called Vacasa to inform them of this error. I called and talked to 3 different people over the next hour. Even though they grudgingly acknowledged that there was an error in the listing, they refused to do anything to rectify the situation. The first person I talked to lied and said that there were no other apartments available for our stay and thus there was nothing she could do. I asked her to have a supervisor call me back and while waiting I found many other apartments available, including another apartment listed on Vacasa's website that was only 1 block distant. A 2nd agent (who was pleasant and kind) confirmed the apartment was available and she thought they should be able to do something for me when I received my callback. When the 3rd person (supervisor) called back, she refused to make a swap. In addition, she said if we cancelled and book another apartment, we would be responsible for the entire amount. Since I can't afford to pay for 2 rental homes, and we were already in Park City, I was stuck. In addition to refusing any form of help, the 3rd agent tried several condescending approaches to convince me that I really didn't need a 4 bedroom apartment and should be happy with a 3 bedroom apartment. I've never been treated by an accommodation customer service agent in such a condescending manner. During my conversations with Vacasa, it was clear that Vacasa chooses to protect apartment owners who falsely claim apartment amenities rather than renters. As mentioned above, numerous problems existed with the apartment. The bunk bed room's door locked people inside, which was disconcerting for our guests and could have been a serious safety hazard had their been a fire. The locks for the lavatory and master bedroom don't work, resulting in embarrassing situations when someone walked in on someone else using the facilities. The interior door handle on the main entrance fell off repeatedly during our stay. In addition several dishes were put away dirty in the cupboard and had to be re-washed before use. It ended up that the dishwasher commonly had trouble washing dishes and many dishes needed washed twice. The couch had enough dust in it that some guests had sneezing fits after sitting for a while.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Fitness center
Located in Kimball Junction within a mile (2 km) of Redstone, Bear Hollow Village by All Seasons Resort Lodging is within 2 miles (3 km) of Monkey Mountain. This 3.5-star condo property has 60 guestrooms and offers free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. It's in the mountains and also near Snyderville Basin Recreation Center and Tanger Outlet Center.
The 60 condos feature kitchens, 2 bathrooms, and balconies. There's space to spread out with living rooms and dining areas. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and cable TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include washers/dryers, fireplaces, and sofa beds.
Guests staying at Bear Hollow Village by All Seasons Resort Lodging enjoy a fitness center, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is available if you drive. This ski condo also has a seasonal outdoor pool.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 33 reviews