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by Foxboro Marmot
April 8, 2003
This hotel understands their clientele. Our typical Holiday Inn room had a couple extras--a small fridge and microwave, perfect for skiers on a budget because Safeway is just down the street. The room also had a rack which could hold four pairs of skis for those who didn't feel comfortable leaving them out on the car overnight. The front desk sells discounted lift tickets--at the same price as all the other discounters--and will just add the cost to your room charges, same as if you ordered room service. And there's a small ski shop in the hotel... prices are reasonable, but you can do a bit better at the independent shops along Route 9. We used Antlers Ski Shop for a rental... price was about the same as in the hotel, but we found a coupon giving us 15% off.
The 'Holidome' has an indoor pool with two hot tubs--one warmer than the other--a small exercise room, and a game room. Unfortunately, this area always had a stale cigarette smell about it, probably from teens sneaking a smoke in the game room while the 'rents weren't around.
If you're not looking for luxury or to stay right at the mountain base, but are looking for a family-friendly place at a reasonable rate, you'll like the Holiday Inn Summit County.
From journal Frisco, CO - Base for Skiing Summit County