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Powder Springs is right in the center of Revelstoke, has comfortable rooms, a good included breakfast and gives free passes to the awesome aquatic center. This place isn't fancy but is really perfect for a budget conscience skier.
Close to downtown The bedding
Cheap, proximity to downtown Lumpy / springy beds, front desk not helpful, room kind of gross in general, tv color not working properly, tv remote scotch taped / broken
-value -bar -aquatic center -location -helpful staff lack of bathroom ventilation room/furnishings condition
Proximity to downtown, mini fridge to keep our cooler items cold overnight, decent sized room. Mattress sloped from feet to head, the 2 pillows were completely flat, garbage left in room.
Stayed one night as I was under the belief that the nice pool and lazy river pool was IN the hotel - IT IS NOT !!! You get free passes to the aquatic centre down the street. It is near the downtown core so walkability is good but the room and service was TERRIBLE - the new manager (been there 3 days) did not make eye contact or look up to serve me for about 2 minutes; after he was done some paperwork. Even the house cleaner was smirking and nodding her head when I complained about the room (as if she'd heard it all before). Pillows were WELL-USED and smelly; toilet seat was falling off and swivelled upon sitting. Kids slept in their clothes, carpet and bedding was POOR QUALITY. Ghetto hotel; avoid. I never complain but this was BAAAAAD.
Included breakfast was better than some other places I've stayed. Location was decent - within walking distance of the main street and restaurants. (See negatives for why we went looking for an offsite restaurant) Room was dated and neglected. Bathroom wasn't dirty, but wasn't clean either - passable, barely. Air conditioner is noisy and right beside one of the beds, so one bed freezes and the other bed hovers around comfortable and a tad warm. When asked about dining options the reception lady at check-in hardly helped convince us to stay onsite to eat. Turned her nose up at the pub and while trying to sell us on prime rib at the restaurant didn't seem convinced it was worth what the asking price ($38, if I recall). Parking lot is also in pretty rough shape and had it not been a small town, I wouldn't have felt safe leaving my vehicle there overnight.