The Lodge at the Mountain Village
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- Heated pool
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lodge at the Mountain Village Park City
I haven't been too impressed with The Lodge at the Mountain Village. First, when you first arrive the place where you park is nowhere near check-in. After finally finding check-in and being told where to park the parking situation isn't very good. Many of the spots are too small to fit an SUV. Then I tried to find the ski lockers. I eventually found them and found I needed a lock, which I hadn't been given at check-in. I went back to the check-in desk and got a lock. Unfortunately, the combination I had been given for the first lock didn't work and I had to go back, again. I eventually got my stuff in my locker and went to my room. I tried to use the Internet and found that the Internet service was terrible. It wasn't nearly fast enough to watch a streaming video and probably isn't even fast enough to listen to streaming audio. I tried to watch TV but there's no channel guide in the room so it's hard to find anything. The room has a Murphy bed and the TV faces the bed so the only way to comfortably watch TV is fold down the bed and lie down. The lighting in most of the room isn't good enough to read at night and the shades don't keep the light out in the morning so you can't sleep in.
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