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The Lodge at the Mountain Village by ASRL

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The only reason to stay here is the location next to the mountain. These are condos rented out by The Lodge at the Mountain Village. Not all rooms are equal, & the pictures online did not match our room we rented. If you want to stay at The Lodge at the Mountain Village because of the convenience of the location, I highly recommend avoiding renting a room through the lodge. Instead, I suggest you go through Airbnb, so you know what room you are renting instead of being unpleasantly surprised like I was when I opened the door to my room. The pictures on Orbit look great, but in actuality, our room was extremely outdated, dark & lacking any maintenance. The room was extremely dark. We had lights burnt out & there was a lamp missing from the room. It came w/ a full kitchen, which was great but they didn't provide a new sponge only a dirty, old, disgusting sponge that looked like it had been there for years. The jacuzzi water was brown. The service was deplorable. I tried to change my room & was told the manager would contact me, but I was never contacted at any point by the manager during our entire stay. I did finally get in contact w/ the operations manager by email only but it was pointless as she offered no help. Communication was very poor from management; I had to go to the front desk repeatedly to get an update on my change request. In the end, I was left with a room that was outdated & looked nothing like the pictures on Orbitz.

Basically a split level one bedroom suite with full kitchen. There was a hot tub next door and in the other building with an indoor outdoor pool. It was comfortable and nicely decorated. We did see some hairs in our sheets the first night which really skeeved us out. But the 2 bathrooms were great. We had a 21 month crazy boy running around and thought it was an ample space. Sufficient eating area and nice tv's upstairs and down. Balcony as well. Right downstairs were the free buses for mainstreet or wherever you want. 3 or 4 coffee shops at the base. A handful of restaurant options. Ice skating rink. Ski in ski out. There's even a bodega to buy real beer (harder than it sounds in utah) though it's very extremely overpriced and the old cashier was a bit short with us.

Good comfortable friendly staff like the transportation at park city Lots of shopping

Great location by slopes about 1/2 mile to town. Room had no curtain to block light for sleeping. Room was dirty. Food stuck to tv remote. Carpet in terrible condition. Bring some pillows as thry are very thin.

Terrible service, asked for assistance with the tv at 10:00 since remote was broken. They never showed, but called at 12:30 to see if we still wanted them to come. Most of the facilities/spa weren't working. Stairs, side of pool, deck chairs all broken. This place was probably really great in its heyday

It is hard to beat the location. The slopes and lifts are a two minute walk from the room. The free city bus line picks up regularly right in front of the lodge so you can quickly go to downtown or anywhere else. All of the ski rental shops are within the complex along with bars, restaurants, Starbucks, etc... Room had a full kitchen and was well maintained.

Park City is always a great place to visit. This hotel is very close, within 5 mins of Main Street. The room was nice. We stayed in 147. Great decor. There was also a nice Bluetooth stereo system, which was great for us because we enjoy music. Kitchen area was also nice. We had a chance to spend some time in the outdoor hot tub, defiantly a plus. There is also a heated indoor/outdoor pool, however, the water was a little chilly for us. There is also a outdoor ice skating rink the the main plaza area. Going to Main Street in Park City is always a good place to visit. We went to 501 on Main, which is a restaurant, and we highly recommend it. It is a little pricey. The atmosphere, staff, and just the overall feel of this place was very cool so it was well worth the price.

I was amazingly surprised how close the hotel was to down town and the ski slopes. I went during the summer, but there were many activities to do during the day. At night, down town Park City is the place to be because everything by the hotel closes down.

The lodge was great for our small family. Really close to the base of Park City Resort and fun summer activities. The room was a perfect size and the staff was very helpful. The staff went out of their way to get us a pack and play.

The large screen door was very hard to open, and the screen kept falling out of the tracks. The pool was closed, we didnt find that out until we checked in. The staff wasnt very friendly, and were not willing to budge on check out time. Large sized room with everything you might need. Very comfortable. Would have loved to stayed longer!

Great time went there with friends from out of town, clean rooms great service

The lodge is right there on property - so close to the slopes! Pig Pen was our favorite restaurant for lunch - chili burger is the best!

Great place to stay, close to everything.Great views of the mountains. Great food close by. Perfect place to stay

The room was tiny and the carpet was dirty. No real amenities in the room and the heat never worked, so I was either freezing or burning up. It was a place to sleep, but that was all it was worth.

Nice place, almost convenient. BUT don't plan on doing business there or ANYTHING that requires internet. HORRIBLE service and speeds. Nearly dial-up speed IF you can get on the service. Most tenants are time-share tenants and won't pay higher costs to have good service. Starbucks is your only savior, 4-blocks away.

Great time with my little girls close to everything the suite was like a condo

We had a great stay in the condo at The Lodge on the Mountain. Being with two teenage boys that like to spread out was much more fun in a condo rather than two hotel rooms. We had the advantage of being together playing games until late at night at the big dining table and then lounging around and cooking breakfast together on Saturday and Sunday mornings. It was a great way to really make the most of family time.

Really cute, cozy room. Fun indoor/outdoor pool. Close to everything in Park City. Underground parking very convenient. We are planning our next trip and will stay here again.

Hotel was nice but it is a little dated. Location is nice and a free shuttle right outside the hotel will take you to downtown.

I arrived after 11:30 and was out by 9AM as I just needed a place to sleep on my way back to CA. I wish I had time to stay longer. Nice place.

1415 Lowell Ave Park City UT

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from Park City Mountain Resort
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Ski-in/ski-out access

Located in North Park City, The Lodge at the Mountain Village by ASRL is next to popular attractions like Park City Mountain Resort and Alpine Coaster. This 120-room, 3-star condo resort welcomes guests with conveniences like ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. It's in the mountains and also 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Olympic Welcome Plaza.


Rooms

The 120 individually decorated condos afford space to spread out with dining areas and sitting areas. Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Coffee makers and phones are other standard amenities.


Property features

The Lodge at the Mountain Village by ASRL features ski-in/ski-out access, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free area shuttle. Friendly staff can provide a safe deposit box at the front desk, and also offer advice about sightseeing. Other amenities at this ski condominium resort include a fitness center, 4 spa tubs, and a sauna.

Guest reviews for The Lodge at the Mountain Village by ASRL

Everyone (5) Couples (33) Business (6) Students (1) Family (20) Other (5) Friends (4)
2

conventionally next to the mountain, ski-in & out.

Students

The only reason to stay here is the location next to the mountain. These are condos rented out by The Lodge at the Mountain Village. Not all rooms are equal, & the pictures online did not match our room we rented. If you want to stay at The Lodge at the Mountain Village because of the convenience of the location, I highly recommend avoiding renting a room through the lodge. Instead, I suggest you go through Airbnb, so you know what room you are renting instead of being unpleasantly surprised like I was when I opened the door to my room. The pictures on Orbit look great, but in actuality, our room was extremely outdated, dark & lacking any maintenance. The room was extremely dark. We had lights burnt out & there was a lamp missing from the room. It came w/ a full kitchen, which was great but they didn't provide a new sponge only a dirty, old, disgusting sponge that looked like it had been there for years. The jacuzzi water was brown. The service was deplorable. I tried to change my room & was told the manager would contact me, but I was never contacted at any point by the manager during our entire stay. I did finally get in contact w/ the operations manager by email only but it was pointless as she offered no help. Communication was very poor from management; I had to go to the front desk repeatedly to get an update on my change request. In the end, I was left with a room that was outdated & looked nothing like the pictures on Orbitz.

By , from Corona Del Mar, CA on Mar 3, 2018

Review comment responded on Mar 5, 2018

Thank you Chris for sharing your experinece at the Lodge at the Mountain Village. I will forward your comments onto our marketing team with your displeasure of your unit. I can say that during busy times we do have some challenges honoring some requests. I also apologize that I did not recive any communication from you duirng your stay. Again, I thank you for sharing your experince with us.

4

nice studio deluxe with loft...

Everyone

Basically a split level one bedroom suite with full kitchen. There was a hot tub next door and in the other building with an indoor outdoor pool. It was comfortable and nicely decorated. We did see some hairs in our sheets the first night which really skeeved us out. But the 2 bathrooms were great. We had a 21 month crazy boy running around and thought it was an ample space. Sufficient eating area and nice tv's upstairs and down. Balcony as well. Right downstairs were the free buses for mainstreet or wherever you want. 3 or 4 coffee shops at the base. A handful of restaurant options. Ice skating rink. Ski in ski out. There's even a bodega to buy real beer (harder than it sounds in utah) though it's very extremely overpriced and the old cashier was a bit short with us.

By , from NY on Jan 17, 2018

Review comment responded on Jan 22, 2018

Thank you David for your oustanding review on your most recent stay at the Lodge at the Mountain Village. I am pleased to see that you enjoyed your stay and we look forward to seeing you again. Gary Gregg Director of Park City Operations All Seasons Resort Lodging

3

close to shopping and transportation

Everyone

Good comfortable friendly staff like the transportation at park city Lots of shopping

By on Nov 27, 2017

Review comment responded on Dec 7, 2017

Thank you for your commnets. I am pleased to see that the staff was friendly and the transportaion was a success. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

2

good location. not great on comfort

Everyone

Great location by slopes about 1/2 mile to town. Room had no curtain to block light for sleeping. Room was dirty. Food stuck to tv remote. Carpet in terrible condition. Bring some pillows as thry are very thin.

By , from AZ on Sep 29, 2017

Review comment responded on Oct 6, 2017

Thank you for sharing your experience with us. I will follow up with the challenges that you encountered. Thanks for sharing your feedback with us. Gary Gregg Director of Park City Operations All Seasons Resort Lodging

2

run down, bad service

Everyone

Terrible service, asked for assistance with the tv at 10:00 since remote was broken. They never showed, but called at 12:30 to see if we still wanted them to come. Most of the facilities/spa weren't working. Stairs, side of pool, deck chairs all broken. This place was probably really great in its heyday

By , from n on Jul 31, 2016

Review comment responded on Jun 2, 2017

Aly, thank you for taking the time to review your stay here at the Lodge. I will pass along your comments regarding the pool to the HOA and also address your maintenance concerns with the team. Thank you again and we hope to see you in the future!

5

perfect balance

Everyone

It is hard to beat the location. The slopes and lifts are a two minute walk from the room. The free city bus line picks up regularly right in front of the lodge so you can quickly go to downtown or anywhere else. All of the ski rental shops are within the complex along with bars, restaurants, Starbucks, etc... Room had a full kitchen and was well maintained.

By , from Atlanta on Apr 11, 2016

Review comment responded on Jun 2, 2017

Jarrett, thank you for your 5/5 review of the Lodge. It is indeed hard to get anything closer to the slopes and we are glad you were able to take advantage of that, as well as all of the other opportunities in the area. We hope to see you back in Park City sometime soon! Thank you again.

4

weeknight getaway

Couples

Park City is always a great place to visit. This hotel is very close, within 5 mins of Main Street. The room was nice. We stayed in 147. Great decor. There was also a nice Bluetooth stereo system, which was great for us because we enjoy music. Kitchen area was also nice. We had a chance to spend some time in the outdoor hot tub, defiantly a plus. There is also a heated indoor/outdoor pool, however, the water was a little chilly for us. There is also a outdoor ice skating rink the the main plaza area. Going to Main Street in Park City is always a good place to visit. We went to 501 on Main, which is a restaurant, and we highly recommend it. It is a little pricey. The atmosphere, staff, and just the overall feel of this place was very cool so it was well worth the price.

By on Nov 18, 2015

4

amazing location! nice & comfortable hotel

Couples

I was amazingly surprised how close the hotel was to down town and the ski slopes. I went during the summer, but there were many activities to do during the day. At night, down town Park City is the place to be because everything by the hotel closes down.

By on Sep 18, 2015

5

great end of summer getaway

Families

The lodge was great for our small family. Really close to the base of Park City Resort and fun summer activities. The room was a perfect size and the staff was very helpful. The staff went out of their way to get us a pack and play.

By on Sep 7, 2015

3

over all pretty good

Couples

The large screen door was very hard to open, and the screen kept falling out of the tracks. The pool was closed, we didnt find that out until we checked in. The staff wasnt very friendly, and were not willing to budge on check out time. Large sized room with everything you might need. Very comfortable. Would have loved to stayed longer!

By on Jun 15, 2015