Holiday Inn Rutland/Killington
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We were welcomed by a reception with cookies and cider, a nice thing. The bathroom needed some updating as the toilet ran and the water temperature in the shower was hard to maintain. The Wifi was weak which is always annoying to my husband. We felt highjacked in the morning since we could only eat in the hotel and they charged a fairly high price for a mediocre breakfast buffet and then tacked on a 20% gratutity when NO service had been provided!
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