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Balcony, basic kitchen & dining area, HVAC, ceiling fan and beds in good shape, TVs + Wi-Fi: perfect for needs of small group getaway. (We only used one device at a time and didn't have issue with slow internet service; weekends may differ.) Sister Bay...More
We've been coming here for years...love the location just a short walk to the downtown Sister Bay Area . Nice and quiet, lovely outdoor and indoor pools. The condo furnishings have been upgraded recently, but the new furniture is large and bulky. Makes the rooms...More
It's off the beaten path so if you want to walk into town for shopping or eating it will be quite the hike. We luckily went in shoulder season so we found parking quite easily. The actual facility is very nice and I would certainly...More
We stayed in a 2 bed, 2 Barth unit which worked beautifully for our party. Both bedrooms had King-size beds and down pillows which were most appreciated. One bathroom had a jetted tub plus a shower and the other bathroom only had a shower. The...More
Stayed here with three friends for two nights recently. Had not been here for years, but it has been kept up well. The ONLY complaint was the room was VERY far from the elevator and the main entrance.
I actually found the room to be...More
We have a conference room available at the resort. It would accommodate your group quite easily. If you wish to reserve it, please contact the resort at 1-800-392-3921. The charge for the conference room is $75 per day... More
We have a conference room available at the resort. It would accommodate your group quite easily. If you wish to reserve it, please contact the resort at 1-800-392-3921. The charge for the conference room is $75 per day, which includes set up of the room with tables, chairs, and tablecloths.
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"A room at the end of the hallway may be a bit of a hike for older people, but it eliminates little feet..."