|kirkwood||in 3 reviews|
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|humming loudly||in 1 review|
|fridge was humming||in 1 review|
|bowing||in 1 review|
|lake tahoe||in 2 reviews|
|ski-in ski-out||in 2 reviews|
|carpet had some stains||in 1 review|
|queen beds||in 1 review|
|bit shabby||in 4 reviews|
|stocked kitchen||in 4 reviews|
|bed was not firm||in 9 reviews|
|hot tub||in 1 review|
|extremely accommodating||in 10 reviews|
|small room||in 5 reviews|
|view parking||in 6 reviews|
|views were amazing||in 2 reviews|
great location with lots of drawbacks
easy walk off slopes to room
Bad food and super expensive Very Noisy all night long from snow equipment, but hey the noise from the refrigerator and the super loud bathroom fan helped overpower the CATs that groom the mountain as they drove by our window. cold not cool the room, was 80 degrees in winter, for some reason it was always overheated. Very dated Foldout bed and couch were very uncomfortable Super cramped micro studio, really a hotel room with a kitchen No social life, everything closes at 430 and you are in a ghost town despite being a holiday weekend, strange Way overpriced, facilities should be much much nicer for the $350 plus plus a night for a micro studio
Away from the crowd
Low key and relaxed. Staff made a real effort to please. Comfortable.
Lack of choices for places to eat. Limited grocery shopping selection.
Value. Proximity to slopes. Size of room.
Room was extremely low budget. Tv was tiny and did not work (no cable). Bed was uncomfortable to the point that sleeping on the mattress was impossible
When you stay at Kirkwood Resort in Kirkwood, you'll be in the mountains and steps from Kirkwood Mountain Resort. Featured amenities include express check-out, luggage storage, and ATM/banking services. Free self parking is available onsite.
Based on 215 reviews
Value for money
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