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Recent Solitude reviews

  • Location, location, location!

    "My family of 5 stayed in the Powderhorn condo the week between Christmas and New Year's- typically a crazy week on the slopes- and we never waited longer than 10' in a lift line!! LOVE Solitude! The mountain is fabulous with great snow and runs to challenge every level. We are all boarders and the runs were great for us- easy to stay out all day and never do a run twice, although we were partial to Moonbeam and Eagle Express runs! The condo is fantastic- well appointed, lots of towels, good cookwear (even a Crock Pot!)- free w/d one floor up and a wonderful hot tub downstairs that we used every night! There is a club right next door with a sauna and heated pool but we tended to use "our" hot tub. Buy groceries either in Salt Lake (there is a HUGE Costco!) or before the turnoff. We went to Park City for dinner one night and- although it's a cute town- we were very happy to return to Solitude, where we enjoyed ice skating in the afternoons (after the lifts close) and complimentary s'mores. There are also complimentary presentations most evenings- we attended the Birds of Prey (with real rescued owls, hawks & falcons) and a cool astronomy presentation. I would recommend this condo without reservation! Go and enjoy the Solitude!"
    Guest: RomyZoe Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 2, 2017
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  • Probably give it a 4.5

    "Really nice place, and you can walk to the Apex ski lift--takes about 3 minutes with your ski boots on and carrying your skis. A couple of oddities: 1) if you're a light sleeper and you're the one sleeping on the couch, that weird clicking sound you hear in the middle of the night is probably coming from the framed poster above your head. I took it down and slept much better. It's just a cheap poster frame and so it is a bit flimsy and makes weird noises. 2) Again, if you're sleeping on the couch, and you're a light sleeper, make sure the thermostat is set low enough so that the fireplace doesn't turn on automatically while you're sleeping. There was a weird smell--probably from the dishwasher, but it was not a huge deal. The amenities, decor, and condition of the condo were great. You are right by the hot tub, and the Solitude/Brighton connection for skiing is awesome. When you're skiing back from Brighton, you will want to get a good head of steam so that you don't have to pole as much to get back to Solitude. If you're a snowboarder, you will be walking a bit, but no biggie. Having access to both resorts is pretty cool! The Solitude Village is nice, in part because it is so small and there weren't a lot of crowds when we were there. The restaurant options are pricey (no surprise there), but nice. So in short, I would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Kahlib F. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 1, 2017
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  • 6 skiing smurfs

    "Great condo, great location, great staff. Thank you for a wonderful time! They were all very helpful and accommodating."
    Guest: Shana C. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 31, 2017
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  • Perfect location and flat

    "Everything was just perfect! Comfortable apartment, nice services in the village (swimming and hot tubs, cinema room, play rooms, ice ring,...), wonderful ski area! We will definitely return. Cristina (CH in San Diego)"
    Guest: Cristina S. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 4, 2017
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