Chateau Resort & Conference Center
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Having worked all day, I drove to the Lake Wallenpaupack an arrives around 9 pm to find my friend in digestive distress. Unfortunately I failed to give him a key for the deadbolt so he had been waiting for an hour or so on my deck. He looked like ****. We got the cars sorted away and he ...
... Wow! Going into civilization...air conditioning, a cleaner bathroom....Niiiiiice :). Shared good conversation with the girls. I really enjoyed getting to know them better :). Their kiddos made me laugh multiple times. Great people! We had a downpour of rain this afternoon. Only lasted an hour or so & the rest of the day (weekend) was nice. Very hot, but ...
... creativity & perspective & our unique gifting. The idea of not living boxed in, boxed up....but to let our creativity pour out. Very neat conversation. I was encouraged & i know Robin was as well. I pray she will leave this place more EXCITED & CONFIDENT in her unique gifts :) & that she will shine ...
Hi. Good morning. I crawled out of bed early. My camel like bladder had enough so i was forced to make use of the horrific putrid porta potty. BLECHT. Today on tap: Church service Christmas cardboard theme competition Camporama Luncheon No talent- talent show "The stunt" Hopefully mixed in w great weather, laughter & fun memories. I did not sleep much but apparently, as portrayed in "exhibit A" i was content when i was able to grab a lil shut ...
Gooood morning! Today is supposed to be pretty full w activities. Luke & Pauly started it off with a nice romp & run through the woods!! It makes me smile watching these two together. Pauly is almost like "Donkey" & Luke is "Shrek". LOL ya kinda have to see it. I'll share some of the morning with ya now & more....later. Stay ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Historical Traveler Reviews Chateau Resort & Conference Center Tannersville
I should've known it was a bad sign when the person in charge of the seasonal packages never returned a phone call!!! I called repeatedly about the Golf Package, not once did John head of that department ever call back.
We just returned from a long weekend (President's Day) of skiing at Camelback. Our intent was to enjoy skiing and then relax in deluxe accomodations. Well, the skiing was good but the accomodations were definitely not deluxe. To be fair, the room was just adequate. The mattress was just bearable with the exception of the bottom sheet continually riding off the corner. The entire room was more like an older motel room. The heater had no adjustable thermostat and the only way to regulate the temparature was to turn the heat on and off. The bathroom was just ok, nothing was wrong with and it was clean, as was the room. There was a vanity area outside of the bathroom which would have been very nice if it had had some lighting! I have never, ever, seen a vanity without some sort of lighting. The staff was very nice, especially when I had to return to the desk several times to have both key cards redone because they no longer opened our door. We only used the restaurant for the breakfast buffet one morning. The buffet was, once again, just ok.
A stay at this hotel, really should be a required assignment for any graduate of the Cornell (or other) School of Hotel Management. You see, the management of this hotel is across the board, just lousy. It is so consistently terrible that if you bear this in mind, you will have a WONDERFUL stay.
Should be torn down
I stayed at the hotel on Oct. 11. There was a dead bug in my bed and a live bug in the bathroom sink. The heater in the room smelled so bad that I could not leave it on for more that 1 min. There were at least 3 extension cords being used in the room. Also when I checked in I had to present a credit card even though I had paid for the room in advance. My copy of the express check out showed them charging me 1.00 for safe warranty, .06 for state tax, .75 for phone access, which I never used, and another .05 for state tax. That comes to 1.86 but I was charged 20.00 on my credit card. This place should be torn down.
horrible, horrible, horrible. ongoing construction.
more like a motel than resort. only thing good was the view of the mountain in back. stay at the stroudsmoor in stroudsburg pa for $20 more.
what a rip off
My wife and I found the hotel to be very nice. we arrived a few hours before the 4pm check-in, and our room wasn't ready. Instead of having us wait around, the associate managed to find us another room that was ready. It was a very nice room with a small terrce and a view of the lake. Very peaceful.
staff was rude
everyone in our group chged different price for same rooms no excuse given
breakfast buffet is a scam they will not tell you 2 different prices for different sides of room until bill comes
i person had lve wires oming fom ac unit in room
light bulbs burned out
pool dirty and smallhot tub had green water all 4 days
all excercie equip was broken whole stay
More like a motel
The room was very small and old. My room look out to the parking lot.
Breakfast buffet was ok, with a omelet buffer.
Overpriced and very dismal. The rooms were dingy and noisy. Beds were uncomfortable although the view from the window of the suite was nice.
More of a motel than a resort. Pool is very small and the workout room is not worth it.
Loved the atmoshere and location
This was a nice hotel... The suite we stayed in was recently renovated and was very comfortable although it was a little pricy ($279.00 per night). The best thing about the hotel was the atmosphere and location which offered fantastic views...it was right at the base of Camelback Mountain. The skiing could have been better... slops were for beginners only. But overall we had a great experience.