Townsend Place4.0 out of 5.0
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Well I have to start by saying the ladies that booked my room and gave me the info packet was very nice. The packet is another story. it's like a life contract full of rules and regulations like a prison. let me start with the main topic. Pricing - the unit we stayed in building B. The unit was over $600 a night, granted it was Christmas. But C'mon I can stay at a 5 star hotel and get room service. Here is the quick bullet list of crap: No cable TV, not that I care because we ski all day basically crash early, but it's advertised. there is no cleaning service or fresh towels during your stay. No Coffee, just a machine. forget about sugar. Limited on soap. and the bottles of Shampoo they have are left over from guests who stayed ther previously. tried to light the fireplace, but the wood does not burn. Yes I camp a lot and know a shitload about fires. You have to throw out the trash before you leave or they charge you. You have to clean the microwave before you leave or they charge you. You absolutely better load the dishwasher before you leave or they charge you. this is all written on the contract you get when you get there. it's such BS. Not to mention the room is from 1980. everything (fixtures) is so outdated it ridiculous. Thats the last time for us!! just wanted to give you guys a warning.
Townsend Place Building A # 307. This unit is on 2 floors (Penthouse), good for 2 couples or to give children some space of their own. Easy ski in ski out. Lots of dishes, glasses and pots and pans. All condiments you could use. Owner had notes posted for easy access. Short walk to lift or use used the FREE shuttle. Free parking.
My husband and I rented out a unit in Townsend for 3 months while we're doing work in Beavercreek. All was going fine until the PSYCHOPATH in unit #304 decided to loose her cool one day when I pulled into the wrong spot in the parking garage. She not only screamed in front of the children around she threatened me and called me a derogatory name. Thankfully, we only had a few days left of our stay but, for the remainder of our time there she stalked and spied on us, called management 4 times for NO REASON. She literally made stuff up to try to get us in trouble. Never in my life have I witnessed such filth. She obviously lives a terrible life and wants to make others suffer around her. Building and unit was decent for the price. But it's definitely the least nice place in Beavercreek. Stay somewhere more beautiful for the money you pay!!!! And watch out for terrible people. Be thankful your not the women in 304 that lives her life in agony.
I have no issue with dated but do have an issue with cleanliness. We stayed in unit 301 in building B. Love the short walk to the ski trail to the Elkhorn lift and a relatively easy ski-in. It's a two block walk to the village. Those are the plusses. When we arrived my wife found pantyhose in one of the dresser drawers, there were dust bunnies on the tile floors, and pots that were put away dirty. Over the course of our stay my wife's white comfy socks turned dark tan. I couldn't even guess when the last time they washed the carpet. Even though house keeping vacuumed they did not move ottomans or coffee tables which had crumbs and fuzzies beneath them, The wall in the toilet room needed to be cleaned also - just stayed away from that side. The place needs a thorough cleaning. I shouldn't have to do anything but rinse dust out of rarely used pots, Housekeeping needs to be more observant - replace missing soap, if a towel is left for them, replace it don't just take it. The hot tub was not hot. The door from the garage into the building was never latched could just pull it open. The skylight in the upper bedroom leaked - told the front desk and they said it will stop dripping once it freezes when the temp drops - true but what if there wasn't 2 beds up there. Luckily it only dripped on 1 of the beds so there was still a dry bed for my mom. Also no offer fro a partial refund. Beds were comfortable but I truly wonder when the last time the comforter was washed. I realize I may be rambling a little as I try to remember everything. Let's just stay I probably would not stay here again even in a different unit - not worth the risk.
We booked for ski in ski out which it "sort of" was, excepting a very roundabout manner in which to get to the Beaver Creek main centre. The "welcome" sheet was more confusing than a life insurance contract, with different phone numbers and lock admission codes all over the sheet. Why not have one phone number, and one admission code? To boot, the changeover code was supposed to changeover at month's end,which it did not. The unit itself, for the $ spent, did not include hi definition television, no amenities whatsoever, for example a few days later in our Vail unit there were the simple basics: sharp knives, foil, salt, pepper ( there were no less than four pairs of empty salt and pepper shakers!) hot sauce, etc....nothing at Townsend. The rule about ski boots not allowed in rooms ridiculous, in particular that no boot room supplied for proper drying. The furniture was old and uncomfortable. No housekeeping service in four days. There was a towel changeover however. Get rid of the old fashioned keys that incur a $45 charge From the positive standpoint, the Beaver Creek transport "on request " service was awesome. The room was very spacious. The Beaver Creek Welcome Centre was super service, to the point where some emergency vehicle guys drove my wife back up to the mountain during a snowstorm, from the welcome centre, on their own accord.
Unit 105 A It really is a nice facility that is very clean and convenient. We could walk from the backyard to the ice rink or the Park Hyatt in 5 minutes. Ski in ski out, your not on the hill but its very easy. When you ski in you ski across the bridge and down to the unit and skiing out is just down to the lift. We loved it and will go back next year.
We stayed in the 303A unit. It was very nice. And had lots of room. Was also a very quiet place to sleep. I only had a few issues (which I didn't bring up to management) maybe Jean will read this. :) Anyway, we have a 1 and 2 year-old and this wasn't baby-proof. Which I wouldn't expect it to be, so we had to move a few things. The spiral stairs leading to the upstairs master is a danger to small children. They could fit between the open treads and also between the balusters. The main floor bedroom had heating issues. We kept turning the thermostat up, but the baseboard heaters in there never got very warm. The master upstairs would get warm sometimes, so I would recommend a fan of some sort up there. Even with these issues, we really enjoyed the place. The owners have done some modern updates (bathrooms, appliances, nice furniture, awesome new HD 55" smart TV was awesome). My husband skied in and out. And was easy getting to ski school for taking the older kids. I would stay here again for sure.
Our family loved Beaver Creek and our top floor condo at Townsend Place. We had everything we needed and lots of space. Our condo was comfortable and clean and fully equipped with kitchen and laundry. The master was a king bed with big attached bath/laundry. Upstairs was small bedroom with a twin bed and another bedroom with 2 twin beds and attached bathroom. The building backed up to the main walking trail into town next to a beautiful creek. We took several meals outside and sat at a picnic table hidden from the trail next to the river. That was really nice. Also very near behind it is a great playground/park if you have younger children. It is not in view but close. The walk to the village is short and beautiful. The creek, trees, flowers, landscaping are spectacular. Highly recommend this location and condo. Quite perfect for the price. Unit A301
Very good for what it is. We stayed in B203 with a Groupon. We really appreciated the leasing agent (Jean): friendly, flexible and available. It could not have been a better value. The location is excellent. Beautiful Beaver Creek runs right by. We had a lot of fun walking back & forth to the lift area along the creek. There are about a dozen ways up & back over & through various properties. Covered parking is clean, convenient and well lit. Needs a bike rack. Elevator & luggage carts are in the lobby. Odd interior layout - huge indoor space with limited use. Architect? The condo is nice enough. It needs some updating & TLC. Granite countertops in kitchen are nice. Old dishwasher with the detergent compartment that won't stay closed needs TLC or replaced. Cathode ray tube TV on cart that blocks the French doors in the little bedroom should go. The layout has some design flaws, most notably the small bedroom has no windows or ventilation. If the owners came to visit regularly, the place would have some ceiling fans. Dryer placed in and vents into the bedroom, so very hot in summer. Spare tire takes up the rest of the closet space there. Sheets & towels were clean. Plenty of towels & blankets. Would appreciate an extra set of towels for the hot tub. Carpet & comforters are tired. Blankets were piled & needed a wash. Bathrooms aren't in any pictures because they are dated. Moldy caulking in places. Clean, but lots of grunge on old wall switches, etc. Plenty of TP, but no extras. Windows & shades are creaky & hard to operate. Fireplace was nice & well stocked with wood. Wood takes up a lot of space on the small deck. Door from master bedroom to deck hard to close. Door knob spring broken so lock pops open. Furniture appeared mostly updated. Comfortable and large table. Kitchen was stocked with the basics. Hot tub was a lot of fun, but here too just felt like the bare minimum was done. It is built-in, large and kept well. It has two old, dirty benches around it. No swimming pool. No place to hang towels. It does not make it easy to hang out there. Down the path, the neighboring complex' pool has a sign, "Townsend Place Owners & Guests PROHIBITED." Nice neighbors. It begs the question, however, why not cut a deal with the neighbors for pool access? B203 opens up to the road side of the building. It can get loud in the morning with all the delivery trucks & busses with the windows open. Don't plan to sleep in. Overall, a reasonable place to stay for the value conscious. We have stayed in condos where it is obvious someone loves their little condo, spends time there, and wants repeat guests. This is not one of those places. That said, Beaver Creek is gorgeous, so you don't have to spend a lot of time in the condo.
Our unit 103B was so clean, quiet, comfortable, and close to Beaver Creek's town center that we wanted to stay longer. Our unit had 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, with galley style kitchen, dining area, living room and balcony. Our visit was mid trip so the stack washer/dryer let me catch up on laundry without ruining my vacation time. Our unit had no air conditioning which wasn't a problem even during the Colorado heat wave. Townsend Place guests park in a lot under the building and can easily walk or, in winter, ski to the slopes. The lower level has ski lockers. Reservations and check in was available through Vail-Beaver Creek Resort Properties -- 855-245-8979. We were pleasantly surprised to be offered coveted tee times at Red Sky and Beaver Creek Golf Clubs. The proximity to Beaver Creek Town Center was like having our own Disneyland! The Center featured an ice rink [even in summer], restaurants, shops, and a multitude of activities for couples or families.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Ski-in/ski-out access
- Concierge services
Townsend Place places you next to Beaver Creek Resort and Beaver Creek Nordic Center. This 4-star condo property welcomes guests with 48 rooms and conveniences like ski-in/ski-out access, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's in the mountains and also a short walk from Beaver Creek Golf Course and Vilar Performing Arts Center.
All 48 individually decorated condos feature kitchens, 2 bathrooms, and balconies, and there's space to spread out with sitting areas. TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include fireplaces and coffee makers.
Ski-in/ski-out access, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas are featured at Townsend Place. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free area shuttle. Friendly staff can provide concierge services, and also offer advice about sightseeing. This ski condo also has laundry facilities.
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