Had very high expectations being this was the first trip i had taken to the Dells, upon arrival at the hotel rome i was thinking that this could very well be a good vacation, but i was wrong starting out the check in was horrible ive had less time waiting in line for a room in vegas no reason it should take over an hour to check in. The next day at the waterpark it was typical over priced food and drink but the wait times for the slides and everything was insane and with a 7 yr old that was anxious to ride some waterslides and have fun getting to the top of a ride just to find out she was too small by an inch really?? An inch come on there wasnt enough for smaller childern to do and very little for adults to enjoy seeing is how the park closed at 7 or 8. Then there was the theme park which wasnt bad for what it was there was some extras like the catapult and the ripcord that where fun but you had to pay extra for it which the price was nominal the main draw of the theme park was the Hades roller coaster very good ride not bad wait time but worth it none the less, the go kart tracks where fun but there was no respect or code of ethics for bad driving, now on to the accomidations they where not what was posted on the website i wasnt at hotel rome but staying in posidens village and to be brutally honest was very disappointed with it, it was like low rent housing almost housekeeping was terrible would not move anything to vaccum the floor in fact had to ask them to vaccum and on one occasion even had a hotel employee ask for a cigarette, the room was small bathroom even smaller no vent and window was merly decoration if your going to spend any amount of time in the dells there are much better choices i will not be going back to mt olympus anytime soon.
When I first started to look into Mt. Olympus hotel/resorts to stay for vacation the review I read scared me away. It seemed like I saw more bad reviews than good ones. I decied to take the chance and if I didnt like just stay somewhere else. Was I surprised Mt. Olympus really is not a bad place at all. I booked my families room at the Mykonos Village which is one of the white and blue motel style buildings. I personally did not like the village it felt cheap and it was again a motel style room. The room was not dirty but the room had a back door that when you open it there is nothing but woods. I called to the fromt desk and ask could I upgrade to Hotel Rome or Mykonos Resort. Hotel Rome was full so we stayed at Mykonos Resort which is further down the street not far at all though. The resort was not bad it wasnt the best of the best but it was clean. The rooms were bigger than the village and our room was clean and housekeeping cleaned our room everyday and supplied extra towels without beng asked. The only negative is there is only one elevator which is small and seemed to take forever. Yes the walls are thin we heard kids running and slamming doors but what do you expect when there are a ton of kids in the hotel thats over excited. The staff were friendly and very helpful. The indoor waterpark is small but the outdoor waterpark has many diiferent areas and very fun wave pools we had a blast, the indoor theme park only has a little kids rollercoaster and a few other small rides we walked in and walked right back out. But its so much to do thats offered in your stay that you're sure to have fun. All in all this iis not a bad resort I would recommend staying at Hotel Rome or Mykonos RESORT.
This is just my opinion on my stay. Arrived later in the afternoon and the front desk was quick and helpful, giving me information on our stay and the bracelets for the waterpark, so I felt appreciated at the start. Got to our room, they have different entrances so you don't have to walk through the front door to get to your room. Rooms were nice, we had a 2 queen bed. Yes, the bathrooms were small, only because they put the sink out in the room itself so it duals as a sink for whatever you need to use it for. Nice to have a fridge and a microwave in the room. Bed was fine, it's a hotel, what do you expect? We did bring our own comforter, only because most hotels don't wash that piece of the bedding. There was a bit of a walk to the waterpark area, it's a resort people, so yes it's bigger then your normal hotel, it's ok to walk a bit, it's good for you. I had a baby I had to carry, and it wasn't bad at all. The waterpark was fine, 4 total slides, and the lazy river. Not to bad. Then there is a play area for the little ones. The indoor amusement park was a bit of a joke though, one roller coaster, which looked kinda of lame, and some kids stuff, we walked in and were out in like 5 minutes. Yes, the walls are pretty thin, I couldn't hear anybody next door to me, but you can hear people slamming doors and running down the halls, so I would recommend a 3rd floor room if you can. I feel bad if the people next to us could hear through the walls, my daughter was up quite a bit one night crying. Also, the service people were great, my daughter did have an accident on the second queen and I called room service, they came right away to remove the bedding and replace with fresh ones. They continuously gave us more and more towels, which is awesome. We even left for a few hours and came back to a freshly tidied up room clean floors and our beds made. Even our comforter was made with the bed, so that was nice also. Attention to anyone thinking this is a romantic getaway, it's not. I've seen reviews of people going on anniversarys and what not. This is not a place to go as a couple. There are kids everywhere, running all over the place. If you are serious about going to a resort and wanting it to be romantic, then I would recommend either the Wilderness or something like Chula Vista. Anything that says Mt. Olympus, Theme and Waterpark, stay away. All in all it was a good stay, I got sick, but I can't blame the resort that, i'm sure some people would. If you are looking for a place to stay with your family and it's winter time, it's a pretty decent place. During the summer, I don't even want to imagine how busy it is there. 3 1/2 stars if I could, so I will just go with 3 stars.
We stayed at this hotel years ago,it was beautiful back then,with an indoor pool for hotel guests and one outdoor pool as well,this time the inddoor pools were gone and the outdoor pool is still there but with no water instead is full with wood chips,the hotel hallways were dirty and the frondesk staff were very rude,the rooms are still nice hardwood floors and bunk beds are great but the bathroom was very dirty,on the walls there was some kind of sauce from the reservation before us and we left after two days with the stain still on the wall,the outdoor water park and the theme park are still a lot of fun,for the money the kalahari is by far a better hotel
Pros--- April was less busy...the rooms are normally 260+ a night... i booked for April early (in February) and only paid 179.00 a night! We never waited more than 2 minutes for the indoor attractions... they had 2 roller costers open outside and we never waited in a line... ran up to the platform and jumped on... It was very dead there and we got lucky it was a nice weekend and some outsde attractions were open... i have been to the park (not the hotel) in the summer and good luck ever getting to ride anything... it was worse than Great America. but April was perfect because its an off season...and it was a low travel time for most people!
Our room was clean... receptionist was european but amazingly informational... and very courteous!
Loved the room felt very themed... but it was a little warm in there
Cons --- elevators...huge hotel and only 2 VERY SMALL elevators!!! our room was on the 2nd floor...to get to the indoor water park you had to go down to the 1st floor... then across the lobby to another elevator that took you to the 2nd floor again... then over a catwalk... then back down an elevator to the 1st floor.... we found it easier to brave the cold and go out the front hotel lobby doors across the parking lot to the "public" entry doors...
I also did not like that in order to get to the indoor theme park or outdoor theme park you had to go through the hot and humid indoor water park.
paying 299 a night for a room that lets outside people come in and swim for only 20 dollars was a big disapointment at our frist sight of the place i thought boy we r going too have some fun boy was i wrong no parking for hotel people for the outside people that only pay 20 dallors have it no respecet for hotel guest at all had 2 wait in line for 20 just 2 get a towel could not swim to many people could not sit no chairs to sit booked this room for 2 days left within 1 hour of being there and so did 12 other rooms biggest disapointment i ever had
I have been to the Hotel Rome twice (once during the summer, once during the winter), and we had a pleasant stay both times. Compared to other hotels in the area, the Hotel Rome has great prices with a lot of inclusions. I like the fact that included with your room rental, you have the option of going to a comedy club or golfing in the summer or skiing or snow tubing in the summer. Wisconsin Dells can be expensive, so have the extra activities available at no additional cost is a definite plus.
We went for a little r and r for a Saturday and Sunday. We will never go back on a Saturday again!!! Wayyyyy tooo many bodies for the small waterpark. There were no chairs or tables to sit at, we got there at Noon. Decided to spend time in the theme park, big lines and kids were impatient from an already two hour ride to the Dells. The water in the park was not warm, it was murky in the swimming area, and workers there not very friendly at all. Most did not even smile. too too many people.
The theme park closed at 7PM while the water park was open til 10, whats up with that? NOt much else to do on the premises unless you like plugging in coin after coin in the game machines. We were very disappointed with this waterpark/hotel and will definately go back to one of the others even though they are a bit more costly. Guess youet what you pay for.
Service is horrible, cause everyone doesn't speak good english. We reserved a month ahead and when we got there to check in. They didn't tell us before we reserve that our siblings under 18 couldn't stay without legal guardian. Had to spend more money on buying tickets. They wouldn't give us our refund back too. The cost of the rooms changes everyday. The rooms are not sound proof.. We stayed in a condo and I could hear ppl. flush their toilets. I could hear ppl. talk all the time.Beds are hard like rock. You will not get your room till 4pm, even though they say that if its open then you can get in early. The rooms are not worth it, cause I've seen better condos. This is like an apartment room. DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE!!! even the motels are better..
Amenities at this motel include an outdoor and indoor pool with slides, a game room, picnic area with grills, playground,
and large guest rooms. Amenities:Television (Cable/Satellite). Refrigerator. Hair Dryer. Iron. Microwave Oven. Daily Maid Service. Telephone. Radio/Alarm Clock. Balcony/Terrace. ...
\"America Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid Service. Fireplace. Kitchen/Kitchenette.
Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:309 Rooms / 3 Floors. Built in 1995. Sprinkler in Rooms. Smoke Alarm in ...
Black Hawk Motel is centrally located in the heart of the Wisconsin Dells, just 4 blocks from downtown and the
river district. Nearby: Extreme World, Rick Wilcox Theater, and Original Wisconsin Ducks and much more. Office Hours Monday til ...