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we were booked in a very inferior property and had to leave a day early. It was cold and my husband had developed a health issue. We booked a room for our remaining night at the Lodge and were told that check in was at...More
We have stayed here several times over the past 25 years - and kept coming back because of warm memories. Often - because we were looking for inexpensive - we were in rooms too small; when we were splurging or paying attention, rooms quite adequate...More
The 3 night ($475) stay started with the room not ready at 4:30 when it was check-in at 4pm and full advance payment taken BEFORE I was told my room wasn't ready. A nasty conversation with a bitter manageress finally got me and my wife...More
Cloudcroft is about 8,900ft high. Nice drive up the mountain.
Easy check in and parking was right out front. There had been a snow storm the morning of our arrival so things were a bit slippery. No problem it look beautiful.
The room is European...More
We booked a room for three people. When we got there, they sent us to another hotel about half a mile away down the hill near the highway and not actually in the lodge at all. We drove away from the lodge to the other...More
Response from Wildbluyonder | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged... More
Not at all. The A/C is great and there are electrical outlets in more than one place in the room. It is an old hotel of course, built in 1899 but the plumbing and (thank God!) electrical systems are modern. We recharged our iPad, phones, etc. with no trouble beyond having to unplug a lamp on one occasion. By "old" expect quaint, not antiquated!
Response from marypat0823 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in a king room but it didn't have a view of much of anything except beautiful snow out the window. Really loved this place though. Lots of history and even a ghost. The room was adequate size too.