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the staff was extremely curtious and professional and nice...in every way..the grounds are beautiful and great fun for the whole family.
Updated rooms and easy accessibility of pool/ spa
The scenery was awesome. The hotel staff seem disorganized and neither the bathroom fan nor the clock in the room was working.
The staff were very helpful and made it a breeze to check-in, put skis in the storage area and get settled in our room. It was equally easy leaving although we wish we could have stayed longer! No complaints!
buffet breakfast was super. Loved the golf course and the swimming area was great Covers on the bed were too heavy for my preferences
The staff is professional and impressive. First class customer service. We had a wonderful experience during our 4-day stay. No.
Can't read this web page do I'm fine!! Pillows!!!!!!!!!!!
Location This is a SKI lodge not a summer spot. No air conditioning or mounted fans. Have cheap stand up fans and it gets HOT daytime. Was charged twice even though I asked 4 times to check if there were 2 reservations in my name. Wasn't bad but won't go back
The location, the price, the accommodations - everything was great! I highly recommend. The decor was a little dated, but it wasn't nearly as dated as some previous reviews made it seem. It was charming.
Squaw Valley Lodge is our go to place for a winter getaway. The location is ideal and it's part of Squaw Valley so there are a ton of things to do after a day on the slopes.
great gym and pool area. good wifi squaw village turns into a ghost town after dark. the desk person at checkout time is rude.
A very comfortable home away from home...close to recreation and restaurants, I will definitely stay there again.
Easy covered parking, fully stocked kitchenette, great location, old but clean Pool was nice but on the cool side, only used spa. Hallways had oder but room was ok.
Had no air conditioning. Was hot in loft room.
Loved it. The room was spacious and the furniture high quality. The kitchenette wasn't extravagant but had enough to get the job done. Fresh coffee provided every day. True ski-in/ski-out. Steps away from Squaw Village. Highly recommend.
What a great place! The room was well furnished! We arrived early and was given our room. Two floors with no elevators - something green ! The front desk will hold your skis so you dont have to lug it up! Great breakfast buffet with room rates! Love this place and will definitely come back
Plumpjack is the epitome of luxury at its best! Nested in the heart of the Squaw Village - Plumpjack is the best hotel to be in ! Its a low rise building with no elevators ! Yay for being green ! The room package came with this amazing breakfast buffet How could you go wrong with quality food, coffee and grapefruit and orange juice selection ! We didnt want to get up and hit the slopes! Concierge was very accomodating - which is part of their service - your skis could be valet'ed' until you hit the slopes the next morning. You want a great experience - its the quality of service and the friendliness of the people around that makes this place! Just right!
Easy access to mountain, and plenty of restaurants in walking distance.
Staff was very helpful and friendly, all expressed genuine concern because I was limping. Great discount cards for local restaurants given at check-in, I used them at three locations. My previously dropped off hiker box was waiting for me at check in. Was very clean. Fresh fruit in the morning was a plus. Pool not available. Needs remodeling. HATE those disposable plastic liners in the in-room coffee cups. Get real cups! Easy to get a 2nd night that was not previously reserved, but I didn't know the price would be higher until after I got home several days later.
Proximity to shops and lake. Nice room Weak breakfast
I loved how close it was to all the restaurants and from our room you could see the lake and mountains! I loved the decorations in the room and the staff were amazing! So sweet and helpful! I did not like that online it says "free continental breakfast" and it was waffles with a hard boiled egg and two cereal choices. The website is a little deceiving as it makes you think it is a very luxurious hotel...when in reality it is a hotel that hasn't been updated since the 70's except for the decor in the rooms.
great location, very friendly staff. value cannot be beat! heating was difficult to get a good balance in the room, but this is really pretty minor. i would stay here again no question.
Super clean, very helpful staff, convenient location. Beautiful Lake Tahoe was visible from my room! Older motel that has been remodeled and updated. Comfy bed. Very clean. There wasn't any snow the first 4 days I was there - only got to ski 1 day!
No bed bugs, that I could see, but then again, maybe they require a minimum thickness of mattress to survive, or else, they were being consumed by worse lurking in the carpet. Can't imagine how it has a "good" rating. Admittedly, it was very cheap in Feb.,... but you get what you pay for. - I thought that the linens and towels were coordinated to the grey trim, but then realized that they were in fact once white and also that blood stains would never match any trim. - Also originally thought that the walls had abstract art murals on them, but no, just splattered stains ( which, now that I think about it, did somewhat match the linen blood stains, so maybe I'm just not up on interior design) - Shower had a strategically placed anti-slip covering up a hole in the floor ( which did seem to be more efficient than the actual drain) - ice maker was turned off. Answer "It's cold, why would you need ice" The fact that only a good stiff drink was going to make habitation acceptable didn't seem to penetrate. - Refrigerator got A for effort, based on noise, however failed to produce any cold ( maybe again part of the "it's winter") - I didn't know they produced CFL bulbs for the lumen equivalent of the old 5 watt bulbs. - Nor did I realize that paper could actually be used as load bearing walls. - Carpet was an environmentalists delight, it certainly was green and organic. Might even be a source of yet undiscovered life, so I shouldn't be knocking such an effort at bio-diversity.