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The day started with a trip to the Butterhorn Bakery for the girls and I. Amazing breakfasts!!! Brian had to get "back to work" after two days off. The kids and I explored a few parks in town. We took a ride to Loveland Pass and ended up walking around the outlets before crashing. A great, restful ...
... up some essentials (cooler, snacks, drinks, ice) and headed west. Denver is 5,000 feet above sea level and then we drove and gradually approached the beautiful mountainous area of the Rocky Mountains and then the Arapaho National Park. Our highest altitude was 10,600 feet and then we gradually got to 8,100 feet when we arrived in Vail, Colorado, which was established in 1962. It is beautiful weather - ...
... of that era) are not out of place. We summited at 12,192 feet and the air was notably thinner and a short walk certainly had you breathing heavily. Dress however remained and jeans and T shirts but as we descended and the shadows became longer the cold set in. The roads were spectacular weaving and switching back and forth beautifully cambered and surfaced. We saw deer in abundance squirrels or sqirls as some readers of this blog like to call them, waiting for ...
... He or she came up into their yard towards us so we quickly did an "exit stage right" and got indoors. Our friendly moose followed a path around the home and left our area. We had wine and then drove (new Porsche) with our friends into Vail for a tour and dinner at the Sweet Basil. Sally a pork shank, John- flat iron steak. Shared an expensive bottle of wine. Returned home after walking Vail which is very Austrian in appearance. Slept well in a very cold ...
... s mom loved it so much, she insisted we take Brian's dad with us. I don't think he realized what he was getting into! It was a memorable time. Very, very windy…but if you don't like the weather in CO, just hang around. The sunshine warmed us up along the way! Check out the fun pictures! This day ended in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKeystone Lodge & Spa
This please was really nice with great restaurants. There was a lot offered to do and I would recommend this place to anyone.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Keystone Lodge & Spa
Stayed at Keystone Lodge, part of Keystone Resort in Keystone, Colorado in Feb., 2006 for a convention. The layout of the resort is a bit confusing - it's spread out over about 7 miles or so, with at least two mountains and any number of condos and private homes to stay at, as well as the Lodge where we stayed. Our room at the Lodge was very nice, clean and the place is well kept overall. The Lakeside Village is pretty with a 5-acre man-made lake and a few stores. My one complaint about Lakeside Village was there was little variety of family-oriented places to eat, especially for dinner. We ate at the Lakeside Pizza place at least 3 times because the alternative was a couple of expensive restaurants in the Lodge that didn't really have menus that would be good for kids.
We are from the Denver area and just spent a Saturday night at the Keystone lodge. The room (1 King) was very large and comfortable, nice furniture and soft bed. The indoor hot tub area was very crowded in the afternoon and the hot tub wasn't very hot, more like a "warm tub". My biggest complaint was with the maid service and the front desk. My husband and I brought an expensive bottle of wine to enjoy in our room and brought our pricey Riedel wine glasses to drink from. I had wrapped them in bubble wrap and placed them in a shopping bag. We drank some wine before leaving for dinner, and upon our return the housecleaning staff had thrown out my shopping bag with the bubble wrap. The maids have no business throwing out a shopping bag, especially when there is something in it. What if I'd just purchased something small but breakable and it was in the bag? Did the maid go through the bubble wrap? I cannot stand the thought of a stranger going through my things. The next morning I went to the front desk to explain the situation and request something with which I could wrap up my glasses to bring them home. They didn't have anything and did not make an effort to get me anything. They suggested I go outside around the corner (in 15 degree blowing snow) to a gift shop and ask if they could give me some packaging. For a hotel that thinks so highly of itself, they certainly don't seem to think much of their guests.
I just got back from the Keystone Lodge, after staying Dec.25-31,2005. First of all,even though they do have a free shuttle service to take you to certain places inside the resort,the resort is a little confusing. And the shuttle is time consuming. I paid $300 a night. My room was like an oven all day and night, even though I turned off the heat. The bellman said it was because the building got the heaviest sun exposure.I was in room 307. It was unbearable, I had the balcony door open ...almost the entire trip, even if it meant that snow had to come in the room. Coming from Florida, the altitude was a big problem for my family, we were in the emergency room the 2nd day and all of us were hooked up to oxygen tanks on and off the remainder of the trip, but it only got worse when we were in the room? So it led me to believe it was the room and not the altitude? Strangely enough we all felt better when we left our room. The resort as a whole was somewhat charming, the staff was very helpful and even switched my TV to a different one so that my son's playstation would work, which to me is fantastic service. I only experienced frustration however when it came to the wait staff at the restaurants Champeaux and The Bighorn Steakhouse. For a dinner bill of $150.00 and over for 3 people...I do expect good service. Instead I was frustrated by their lack of attention. They all seem to be very young employees, and maybe that is the problem. Younger people may not know about true customer service, much less care. I did however go to the Alpenglow Stube, and it was simply fantastic, and the service was impeccable. The gondola ride to the restaurant, makes it such an interesting event. The cost is $90+ for each person, and it was worth every penny. I do wish however that I would have made two reservations there, considering it was Christmas week and prime ski season, it was not possible to get another reservation there. I made the first one a month prior. So as far as my experience with the Lodge...I am still concerned with the sickness we had in our room, but the room was very clean, and housekeeping was so clearly fantastic. They came twice a day or as much as you needed them. Maybe as far as dining I would simply stay away from the dining inside the actual lodge.Call the Alpenglow Stube and book it before going...you do not want to miss that experience.
Awesome ski resort at a great price!
Bid on Priceline for a 3-star or better hotel for one night during the Christmas week. First bid for $90 was not accepted, but Priceline came back and said that if I bid $112, it would be accepted. We were lucky enough to get the Keystone Lodge, a 4-star with impeccable service. Lovely room with 2 Queen beds, and a pull-out couch, terry bathrobes, great indoor/outdoor pool and hot tub, valet service, skating rink, shops, etc. My husband and I and our 2 boys were quite pampered apre ski! I think the normal price for this room for 4 people is over $300.
Dec. 9th - 13th, 2005 We checked in on a Friday evening when the Lodge was near capacity due to excellent ski conditions. The Lodge overlooks a large pond/small lake. It appears to be 30 - 35 years old but is very well kept. There is a conference center here so there are business functions and business travelers as well as families. Our room looked to have been recently renovated. The bath had granite counter tops and the room furnishing were nice. There isn't alot of storage space for a long stay though, so take note of that (i.e. no closet in my room, 2 small bedside dressers, and a large piece of furniture in front of the bed that had 2 closets, and drawers underneath the TV for clothing. Thre is a small balcony with 2 chairs which we used to air our ski clothing out at night (after visiting restaurants). Please note that there are condo's and some larger rooms (with a bunk bed setup and spiral staircase) at the property. We had a single room with a king sized bed. We are very sensitive to hallway noise and had asked for a room at the end of a hallway (most hotels ignore this request but this hotel took note and honored our request...we couln't have been happier for this as there were alot of families with children and some slamming of doors). We were happy that we had taken our travel fan to muffle the hallway noise. The decor was dark but tasteful. We had rented a car and could not have been happier with the bell staff and valets (brushed the car off and warmed it up in the morning). The hotel is not along the lines of a Four Seasons or Ritz but ...more like a nice Hyatt if you had to compare to major hotel chains. We did not eat at any of the hotel restaurants but did have room service one morning...quite tasty. There are restaurants in some of the other buildings that surround the lake if you want to take a short walk. For foodies, our fine dining experience was at The Keystone Ranch. The food was quite good (probably the best in the Keystone, Silverthorne, Dillon area)but not as good as French Laundry, Inn at Little Washington, Charlie Trotter or other such destinations. We did drive to an italian restaurant in Silverthorne called TiAmo Ancora (somehow related to the one in Vail) and loved both the food, service and the Italian host (only in the states for 5 years). If you like Bolognese sauce, try it...I thought it was among the best I've eaten. Don't go without a reservation during the season as they fill up. If you like authentic Mexican, one of the ski instructors told us about a place called Hacienda Real near the Safeway (we did not get to visit but he says it is authentic and indicated that the people who work and cook there were not born in the US, usually a good sign that the food will be more authentic than americanized Mexican restaurants).We thought the food at Mi Casa was tasty but too salty. Liked the Snake River Saloon for a good steak and great home made blue cheese dressing. We ate at Paisano's at the bottom of River Run and found the food to be tasty (had a margerita pizza and salad). We would definitely return to The Keytone Lodge. It is a nice hotel in a nice ski area and the staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome.
We spent Christmas at The Lodge and we loved it. We are in our 50`s with an experienced snowboarding 27yr old mature student son who resolved to teach me to snowboard in 4 days(yeah right!) We live in Berkshire England and we decided that we wanted a guaranteed White Christmas that would be different. Snowboarding was a challenge(Respect) and I have a sprained ankle and a cracked rib to show for it but you only live once. I booked the lodge thru Expedia in a rush in Sept and I then found out the lodge has its own dedicated site. I could have saved $200 for the 10 day booking by cutting Expedia out. Initially we were assigned room 101 on the ground floor which was right next to the staff swing doors for housekeeping and hotel deliverys. It took me 3 mins to decide a room change was required(the dinky wooden shutter slats on the windows dont close flush so anyone outside having a smoke can admire your physique)The staff were great(I suspect room 101 had been rejected before)and after 1 night we were moved to room 502 on the same level as the foyer and with a balcony. The resort itself is gleaming with free buses to Breckenridge(for a change) and Silverthorne retail outlet(important if you are a Brit and a pair of Levis is $25)Sorry I digress.
Great Hotel! Worth every penny!
I am currently staying in the Keystone Lodg. Came here right before the busy season hit (Jan. 13 - 17, 2005). This place is just AMAZING!
If you're expecting a great night life and "action" don't count on it getting them here. It is like a ghost town. However, if you do want to stay at a hotel where everything is First Class, and you do not mind driving 14 miles to ski at Breckenridge or about 25 miles to Copper Mountain, I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND you to stay here.
Great spa! Very nice full service hotel
We stayed at the Keystone Lodge in January 2005. The room was very nice with great bedding and a balcony. The hotel has a full spa, with a fairly large and well-quipped workout room, whirlpools, sauna, steamroom, outdoor heated pool, locker rooms and a wide range of massages and other treatments. Unlike many hotel spas and fitness rooms that close so early, this one stays open until 10pm!
The steak restaurant was a bit disappointing. Great service, but the kitchen could not get our order right.
The Keystone Lodge is not really within walking distance of the Keystone ski slopes, but there are shuttles running what seemed like every 5 minutes -- very convenient.
I'm not sure what month the previous poster visited Keystone, but my experience here has been very different. Since they wanted air conditioning (it seldom gets in the 80's in Keystone), I'm assuming summer.
I stayed at Keystone for my honeymoon in June of 2003. I know it is a ski town but I still expected some sort of action. The resort was a complete ghost town. We had a regular room and there was no AC. They told us to open a window...the window was on the ground and the size of a doggie-door. We complained and they upgraded us to a sweet. Still no air but the room was larger and circulated better. OK for price but would go another time or to another location.