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I've stayed at Snowshoe several times, I always like Rimfire because it has nice outdoor hot tubs, a Starbucks, and it seems to be shielded from the brutal winds that sometimes blow up the face of the mountain. These studio units are tiny, but they work for two people. I wouldn't try to put more people in one, though. Most of them don't have an actual bed, but a "murphy" bed, the ones that fold out from the wall. The "deluxe" units usually have a gas fireplace, which is nice, but if you turn it on you also have to run on the air conditioning. The units are small enough that the fireplace will heat them up to 100 degrees in a matter of minutes. We ended up in unit #144 this time, which was pretty typical of other Rimfire units, except it is located directly across from the elevator. It wasn't crowded this time of year, but I could see this unit being incredibly noisy during peak season.

The studio was fine. But it was small and worn. When we had the pullout couch in use there was hardly enough from to walk around the room with our suitcases / ski gear. At over $200 a night I was hoping for better than this. The resort in general is in a nice location but looks like it is ready to be spruced up.

The convenience of this location is top notch. Steps to ski slopes and steps to all shops in the village. Check in was strange because we did not know you must go to Mountain Top Check In, which was well past our hotel. They also don't tell you a lot at check in... Like how to check out. There is little to no internet available at the resort. No cell phone service unless you're on AT&T. So this makes it like a real retreat! Room was a little cramped but the cozy fireplace made everything better. Wonderful. Would do it the same way next time!

comfortable and convenient, if visit it later, will pick that hotel again. and like to recommend to friends.

Snowshoe Drive, Building 10 Snowshoe WV

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Snowshoe Mountain
  • Free in-room wired Internet
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Rimfire Lodge places you next to Split Rock Pools and within a 5-minute walk of Snowshoe Mountain. This 126-room, 3-star condo building welcomes guests with 3 restaurants, ski-in/ski-out access, and an outdoor pool.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Foxfire Grill, one of 3 onsite restaurants.


Rooms

Each condo features a kitchen with a refrigerator, a microwave, and a stovetop. Guests can enjoy cable TV and stay connected with free wired Internet. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker and an ironing board.


Property features

At Rimfire Lodge, guests enjoy ski-in/ski-out access, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide tour or ticket assistance. Other amenities at this ski condo building include a spa tub, a sauna, and laundry facilities.

Room options

Studio

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Studio

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Condo

2 Queen Beds and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 6

Condo

1 Queen Bed and 1 Double Sofa Bed | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Rimfire Lodge

Everyone (2) Couples (1) Family (1)
3

convenient, but typical ski condos

Everyone

I've stayed at Snowshoe several times, I always like Rimfire because it has nice outdoor hot tubs, a Starbucks, and it seems to be shielded from the brutal winds that sometimes blow up the face of the mountain. These studio units are tiny, but they work for two people. I wouldn't try to put more people in one, though. Most of them don't have an actual bed, but a "murphy" bed, the ones that fold out from the wall. The "deluxe" units usually have a gas fireplace, which is nice, but if you turn it on you also have to run on the air conditioning. The units are small enough that the fireplace will heat them up to 100 degrees in a matter of minutes. We ended up in unit #144 this time, which was pretty typical of other Rimfire units, except it is located directly across from the elevator. It wasn't crowded this time of year, but I could see this unit being incredibly noisy during peak season.

By , from Pittsburgh, PA on Mar 28, 2017

3

a bit tired looking

Everyone

The studio was fine. But it was small and worn. When we had the pullout couch in use there was hardly enough from to walk around the room with our suitcases / ski gear. At over $200 a night I was hoping for better than this. The resort in general is in a nice location but looks like it is ready to be spruced up.

By on Jan 26, 2017

4

outstanding location

Couples

The convenience of this location is top notch. Steps to ski slopes and steps to all shops in the village. Check in was strange because we did not know you must go to Mountain Top Check In, which was well past our hotel. They also don't tell you a lot at check in... Like how to check out. There is little to no internet available at the resort. No cell phone service unless you're on AT&T. So this makes it like a real retreat! Room was a little cramped but the cozy fireplace made everything better. Wonderful. Would do it the same way next time!

By on Nov 29, 2014

4

perfect family getaway

Families

comfortable and convenient, if visit it later, will pick that hotel again. and like to recommend to friends.

By on Dec 26, 2013

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