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Cranston, Rhode Island
February 27, 2011
March 19, 2006
From journal Mountain Club on Loon
April 27, 2005
Warning - When you leave, the resort charges $38 for maid service to clean up after you leave because you are RCI. You do not get any maid service when you are there. No one ever came to take out the trash, and they had no trash receptacles like most timeshares for you to take out the trash. Also, when we left, they were going to start charging $1 each for each pool towel. How tacky. Never coming back to this old, worn-down ski resort.
From journal Week of Rest and Relaxation
Lynbrook, New York
September 8, 2004
From journal New Hampshire
Saint John, New Brunswick
July 20, 2004
The full kitchen was very nice, and the living room was large and had a deck off the dining area that looked at Loon Mountain. It was very quiet and scenic and we really enjoyed our stay here.
From journal Loon Mountain Getaway
July 19, 2004
The staff are very friendly.
My kids liked the inoor pools, and my wife loved the Jacuzzi/hot tubs.
From journal White Mountains Fun!
by Rexhame Bill
February 25, 2004
The accommodations are typical, but include a full kitchen and gas fireplaces. There are excellent views of the mountains from most rooms.
From journal Village of Loon MountainLodges, Lincoln,NH
Platte City, Missouri
October 26, 2003
We saw two units (DML and 1EL). The L is for lower. These are basement units. They are very small and musty/moldy. I traded a very nice two-bedroom/ two-bathroom unit with a full kitchen, so that is what I expected to get. We did not get a comparable unit. The kitchen was a mini-kitchen with the refrigerator in the hallway. The dining room, living room, and kitchen were in a single room that was about 10'x15'. The table had to be pulled away from the wall to use it. The TV was hardly visible. The bedrooms were small and had no closets. The one phone was hanging on the wall in the hallway. The bathroom was unattractive and had mold on the ceiling. The decor had not been updated in a long time. The building needed some repair work. I wonder if this resort has a property owner association and if the owners pay maintenance fees.
I think RCI should remove this resort from their directory. There are other resorts in Lincoln, NH, that would have to be better. I know that Pollard Brook Resort is better, since that is were we stayed the rest of the week.
From journal Village of Loon Mountain Condos (Lincoln, NH)
Keene, New Hampshire
September 24, 2003
During our weekend getaway we found plenty of solitude, elegance, and relaxation. The family spirit of the resort doesn't hinder couples or adults from enjoying their time away. There are ample opportunities for quiet reflection or romance, given the expansive size of this resort and the unspoiled natural surroundings.
Rooms are well appointed, comfortable, and quiet, with no invasive noise. There were no mascots or characters marching around giving away lollipops. You don't feel like you are at a theme park.
There are two restaurants and a lounge that were just an elevator ride away for us. The portions at the lunch restaurant were enormous. Our side salad was by itself a meal. Since the resort is self-contained, you can easily access the indoor health club, pool, or spa without leaving the building--a real plus for winter vacationers not wanting to bundle up for an outdoor walk to the pool.
The resort is basically the base lodge of a ski area, offering unparallelled convience and comfort for winter sports enthusiasts.
Of Note, Parking Is a Problem: All parking is underneath the building, some larger SUVs may not fit comfortably in the narrow spaces or under the low clearance of parking garage. My sister's Hummer was too tall to get into the parking garage. Even if you park under the building, unloading is somewhat cumbersome and time consuming, given distance you must travel to the rooms. Luggage carts are available, but you usually have to go searching for one. The parking was the only drawback I found. In winter, however, when plowing and snow clearing are underway, protected parking could be an asset.
From journal Girls Weekend on Loon Mountain
Medicine Hat, Alberta
May 1, 2002
From journal Two Weeks in Costa Rica