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The resort is beautiful and the accommodations are clean. The staff was very friendly and kind. We enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend the Resort at Squaw Creek to everyone. Lots to do and short drives to everything else. Enjoyed the variety of restaurants...More
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Overpriced "resort" with poor service, expensive restaurants, and an inconvenient location. The concierge staff does not return emails and does not follow through on requests. The valet staff is useless. The front desk is worse. The hotel is in a separate building from the rest...More
Amanda was super friendly. Was prompt, respectful, and extremely friendly. If you are staying at the Resort at Squaw Creek, make sure you visit the ski bar and see Amanda! View is amazing, service is amazing, I highly recommend it.
Arrived at the hotel and was charged for incidentals $520 then on day 3 of my 5 day stay I see on my bank statement that the hotel has charged my card $390 without my signature or consent!! Then at checkout the summary of charges...More
I'ver stayed in the hotel a handful of times as well as several other places in the valley - both winter and summer. Squaw Creek is clearly the nicest resort in the area - full service with the spa, pools and tubs, ski in/out, good...More
Yes the lift right outside the resort rooms has signs warning that it is not for beginners. You would want to drive over to the other part of the resort that has the shops and kids ski school, I believe I saw a bunny hill... More
Yes the lift right outside the resort rooms has signs warning that it is not for beginners. You would want to drive over to the other part of the resort that has the shops and kids ski school, I believe I saw a bunny hill over in that area. Leave the parking lot and rooms area, drive down the street and turn left at the end of the road, and take this road to the other side of the resort property.