You know where to ski in Flagstaff, but do you know where to snore? When night falls over the slopes like a blanket, tuck yourself in at Ski Lift Lodge. Twenty-five charming one-room cabins offer a warm retreat with gas fireplaces and rustic furnishings. Amenities include in-room television and a front porch ... More
Ski Lift Lodge & Cabins
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You know where to ski in Flagstaff, but do you know where to snore? When night falls over the slopes like a blanket, tuck yourself in at Ski Lift Lodge. Twenty-five charming one-room cabins offer a warm retreat with gas fireplaces and rustic furnishings. Amenities include in-room television and a front porch where you can listen to the birds in the towering pines outside.
I ruined my cellphone because I left it on the window sill to recharge it overnight and the next morning I found it in a poddle of water because the windows are single pane glass and create a lot of condensation.The room is cozy and warm but beware to enter the bathroom, it's like entering into the fridge!(Half inch of ice on the inside window).The first day the sink was clogged and the bed was made in quite a weird way: the bedsheet would barely cover your belly!So we had to re-do it.
We also had the night special(taco with rice and chili)and both me and my girlfriend had diarrhea till next day...
I would rate the room in around the $40 motel price.
Next time we will probably stay at a motel in Flagstaff and have better accomodation for half their price.
Loved the quaintness of the Lodge. Our room was perfect and very clean. The staff was always willing to help and extremely friendly. The evening meals are a bonus, especially Thursday "wing" night. A definite stop in Arizona and will be back.
I liked this place. The cabins were built way back in 1946, so yeh, they are alittle old but cute. The staff and management were very friendly and we had a great dinner in their restaurant. There were no amenities in the cabins but it was a woinderful experience.
I'm an Arizona native and always wanted to stay there. It was really cute and cozy. It's old but you can only do so much with that. The staff was great and the restaurant was real good! I'd stay again!
This place was quite dirty. The tub needed an old fashioned scrubbing, the toilet hadn't been cleaned in a long time and the sink was dirty in the bends and had soap scum dried on the soap holder. The manager argued about it and made excuses rather than just have it redone. Toilet was outright slimy. No exhaust fan or window in bathroom so the room smelled like a dirty bathroom. Pillow cases and sheets were wrinkled. Rules dictated what towels could be used for and what they couldn't. "Miscellaneous" charges of $35 added onto bill to include some meal charges, requiring you to eat at their restaurant or throw away the $35 paid. This $60 room cost just pennies short of $102. Included meals were small and expensive. Short glasses of wine were $5.50 each.
Definitely don't recommend this place. It was overall a bad experience. It isn't even near the ski lift it is named for. Oh, and couldn't use the free ski lift tickets. It was closed.
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