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Recent Snowbird reviews

  • Perfect Location at Awesome Mountain

    "The location is 100% perfect. You are looking at the slopes while you have dinner at the condo or better yet in the hot tub on the balcony. The condo is well furnished for a relaxing stay and having the roof top pool adds to the experience. The hotel staff is impressively responsive to any requests. This is the best place to stay at Snowbird. Hope to stay here again, Thanks Doug"
    Guest: Reno S. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 15, 2016
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  • Perfect location, Beautiful surroundings, Spacious cabin, Attentive owners and the BEST snow!

    "Our family of six, including four tough-to-impress, older/grown kids spent mid-March at the cabin and EVERYONE had a wonderful experience! We had great communication with the owners from the beginning and, once there, they quickly answered every single (silly) question we asked. We landed at SLC late at night and were able to find the cabin and get in within 25-30 minutes. DO heed the 4x4 rental warning. We needed it on the last two days when we went overnight from highs of 66F to 12" of snow! The cabin itself is spacious; The owners threw in many nice details - different coffees, teas, soaps, bath salts, etc. The kitchen has every possible small appliance and cooking tool you could need - rice cooker, griddle, great pans, baking sheets, pyrex-es, etc. The long, beautiful kitchen counter and huge sofa allowed us to enjoy dinners and the ensuing lazy evenings together, after our tiring ski days. There's a nice fireplace inside and a great firepit area outside the front door. There's also a really nice creek not 50 steps from the cabin, which kept the kids entertained for hours with trout sightings and cool pools to wade into (yes, in March! :). Within a mile's walk, there is a popular rock climbing area (The Gate, The Thumb, etc.) that can keep you busy in good weather. Also, on our day off from skiing, we visited Lisa Falls and Hidden Falls - both are mild, short hikes for kids (or lazy/sore-legged teenagers ;) For other Utah first-timers - There are two main roads that lead you to the skiing areas - One to Snowbird and Alta (6 miles from cabin!). The other to Solitude and Brighton (about 20 minutes). Being that close to the ski areas not only made it quick and convenient to ski but also kept you in the mountain environment as opposed to a hotel in the nearby town. (~11 miles to the 24-hour WalMart) Additional random info: Although I am partial to Google Maps, use Apple Maps to map the cabin address. G-Maps did NOT find the address! For ski lift tickets, we went for a Super Pass which let us ski any of the four ski areas mentioned. We rented from Creekside Sports Rental (8a-5p) at the base of Snowbird's Entry #1. (again, just 6 miles away!). Creekside gave us a 40% discount with the SuperPass. Try to get the SuperPasses first - Creekside needs the actual pass (not your printed proof) to give you the discount. Brighton has night skiing. (not Wednesdays, I think.) The SuperPass lets you ski Brighton and Solitude on the same day."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 26, 2016
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  • Snowbird is Amazing

    "Everything was perfect, your condo is very comfortable and is a great facility that allows for skiing right out of the locker room. Our kids loved the game room. We made most meals in the unit and also tried a few of the restaurants which were great. All of us really enjoyed the roof top pool and spa, we didn't want to go home. I will definitely tell everyone I know about this place."
    Guest: Joseph Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 1, 2016
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  • Great home, great skiing, great fun

    "The home was everything it claimed - nice rooms, fairly new condition, hot tub, fully stocked kitchen, washer & dryer. Tom was responsive and helpful, and its hard to beat the ski pass deal that comes with the place. The neighborhood was a surprise - it's a high density housing development; every home looks the same, there's only a few feet between homes, and the streets are narrow, but that's all fine. It's quiet and fairly new, and at the base of Little Cottonwood Canyon."
    Guest: Jason K. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 12, 2016
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