We stayed here for a week. The ski-in/ski-out is total false advertising. There's a 200+ yard hike uphill to get to the Marriott's ski-in location - and then it's a treacherous, narrow ski through the trees to the slope (not fit for novice skiers). The ski-in is worse. The Home Run trail is not patrolled/groomed ever and the turn off to the condo is unmarked, with no clear path. The path goes through many narrow openings between trees. We had to crawl most of the way through and then slide down an embankment to get to the condo. It's more like break-your-neck-in. Also, the hot tub in unit 15 is a warm kiddie-pool with jets. No seats and just uncomfortable and weird.
Unique Quality: The tub is the master is a nice soaking tub and was much beter than the nasty hot tub. Heated floors throughout were very nice.
Spent a week in this condo. It was very comfortable. Loved the heated kitchen floor. There is a shuttle stop conveniently located which made stops at all mountain bases and took you to town. Personal spa outside on the balcony. Come to think of it, the beds weren't great, plastic covered the mattress.
Directions: Up the mountain from the lifts and town.
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