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Staff was wonderful. They exceeded our expectations.
Fabulous stay! Staff was excellent. Accommodations comfortable. Serene. Dinner at Tree Room was good. Nothing, truly. Two awesome hikes, a nice dinner and a restful sleep. Could not have been more pleased.
Snowbird arbitrarily cut key exhibition hours for our convention without apology or compensation, which meant lost sales $$$$ big time. Be very careful about making sure terms are confirmed in writing if you are thinking about having an event here.
Best location and best skiing in Utah. Food is way over priced but who cares. Its all about the skiing. Will stay here again but will pack some food. Had so much snow road from salt lake was closed had the place with 20'' powder.
VERY NICE DESIGN BUT LACKS COZY FIRPLACES FOR WINTER COMFORT. THE RESTAURANT ARE NOT OPEN FROM ALL DAY AND ONE COULD ENJOY THEMSELVES IF THERE BARS HAD BETTER HOURS TO SERVE THE GUEST. VIEW IS OUTSTANDING, WITH GREAT SKI IN SKI OUT LOCATION.
My wife and I stayed @ the cliff last week. We were very happy w/ our room. It was clean and had everything we needed. The room had a coffee maker and small fridge and humidifier which we needed everynight. I suggest that if you stay @ the cliff that you hit a grocery store before you get up to the pass. There is a small store @ the cliff that is big $$$$. The hotel is very tricky to get around. It seems like all the amenties share a different floor. You go from one floor to another and each side of the bldg. The food is just ok. The nightlife in Utah is awful. Go just for the skiing. With all the alcohol laws,it's no Breck or Whistler for sure. If it has'nt snowed in more then 5 days do not go to Snowbird. Everyting gets packed out and bumped. You'll be riding groomers w/ million other people. We found that Solitude was a much better day w/ no snow. I've been alot of places and when the snow is good, Utah is the place. With out snow, it's hard to get what Snowbird really is.
The Cliff is a beautiful facility in a fabulous location. Rooms are first rate, great beds, TV, etc. Had read other reviews stating problems with WiFi and food services and found those to be on the mark. WiFi was down and I get the impression that this is often the case. Restaurants were open odd hours if at all. The Mexican restaurant served decent food if you could get served. I watched a long line of folks wait 30-45 minutes to be seated when well over half of the tables in the place were empty. Staff was indifferent, bordering on surly. Many places in Utah seem to have a problem with professionalism in the hospitality biz--this was a prime example. There is a reason they sell Ramen noodles and microwave burritos in the gift shop but bring your own --outlandish prices and inexplicably odd hours plague that establishment as well. Would probably go back but would be better prepared to deal with these annoyances in an otherwise fabulous place.
Service was great and there is so much to do right out the front door.
We were here for a summer meeting and stayed on as long as possible for some family time. This is a beautiful resort and we enjoyed every minute. The mountain hiking is splendid, the pool is delightful and there are lots of fun things for visitors of all ages. It is a good idea to take it easy the first day or two until the adjustment to altitude is made.
Took a chance on hitting the snow just right...that was great. The rest was not so good. Mega $$$ for food and services. Will go back to Utah but not at the Cliff.
The hotel is nice it is very interesting and the location and skiing is some of the best in the world. The rooms are nice but very plain food choices are limited but good you don t come here to eat you come to ski. My only complaint is the prices are outrageous you have no choice if you want to stay in the canyon so you pay a premium for everything. I go every other year and love the place and just grin and bare it.
Room very nice. Parking was awful - no air conditioning in rooms (did not know ahead of time) - construction going on & if you had patio door open, next door can come right in. Fumes & noise from parking lot construction constant. No restaurant in building & vending machines limited. I would not stay at same facility, again. There was also a bike race our 1st day of occupancy & no place to park & mountain road was closed from 11:30 to 2:30. I was told this when I checked in a 10 p.m. the night before! I could have planned my day differently, had I known.
We really loved our stay at Snowbird. The room was perfect with a lovely view to the mountains. Loved the afternoon wine tasting, massages at the Cliff spa, sushi at Aerie. Only complaint would be that there is a lot of walking to get from the lodge to the ski area, the Cliff spa, etc. But they offer free shuttles anytime so even that is really not a problem. We can't wait to go back next year!
It's a great place to stay. Not ski in/out but close enough. Kitchenettes in rooms are useful. Best pow in the US!
Snowbird is beautiful. The Lodge is right in the middle of it. This is more of a condo lodge. It's for skiers that are there to ski.
I have spent 4 nights at this hotel during each of the past 4 winters. As far as a pure skiing destination, you could not ask for a better location. Having walk on access to Snowbird and Alta is all a skier could really ask for. If you're lucky enough to get a dump during your stay, you'll be the only one on the mountatin as the canyon road is often subject to closure and avalanche work. The rooms are clean. Housekeeping is excellent and dependable. The pool and hot tub are a great way to apres-ski (**BYOB as long as it's not glass! (The Cliff lodge does not allow this)). Restaurant options are decent in Snowbird Village, but don't expect much nightlife or happy hour. It's all about the snow! Definitely will be back.