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March 8, 2007
From journal Skiing in Vermont
February 28, 2005
The room was nice and recently redone. It had a private balcony which was nice. We were on the upper floor in a studio. It had a regular queen-size bed. Mini fridge, microwave, etc.
The pool was small but nice and hot. Too hot to swim in, but great for soaking. We were in with the snow falling on us. There weren't really any other activities there but the pool. They had a little clubhouse room with books and magazines and workout equipment, which is where they keep the free coffee. You really don't need much more activities, though, with the skiing right there.
The only bad thing was that they charged us for maid service, but the room was never made up. They said Points people don't get maid service. So we asked what we were paying the $20 for, and they said 'nothing'.
From journal Ski Killington Vermont
January 16, 2005
The unit was made up of two separate hotel rooms with one adjoining door. Each one of the rooms had a full bathroom with a tub. One of the rooms had a kitchenette with a microwave oven, fridge, and a sink. The kitchen was stocked with supplies. There was an outdoor hot tub, which was great at night after skiing. The hot tub, rooms, and the whole resort are all very clean.
From journal Downhill in Killington
by Arnold Cariaso
Bellerose, New York
January 13, 2004
From journal The Cold Vermont