Great place to say during ski vacation
Submitted: December 31, 2012
Stayed: December 2012
My family enjoyed the stay at Cedar Breaks Lodge during the winter vacation in 2012. The area is close from the ski lift called Giant Steps (about 1 mile). We took the shuttle bus which runs every 15 ~ 20 minutes depending on the riders. We also drove our car to the lift. The Navajo lift is in walking distance (less than 5 min), but not recommended to anyone who knows how to ride ski or snowboard. It is for the very beginners.
The interior of the room was exceptionally clean and modern equipped with refrigerator, microwave, stove, flat screen TV, Blue-Ray DVD, and king size memory-foam bed. The room size was enough to walk around, and it was very quiet.
The hot spa at the main building was very crowded between 3 pm and 6 pm when the guests returned from skiing. I didn't have a chance to use it, but I used the steam sauna and dry sauna instead.
The pool room and the dry sauna was cold, so I reported it to the frontdesk, and someone came to increase the temperature.
The fitness center was great with several equipment.
They charge for internet use, but the cafe customers can use it for free if they purchase something such as coffee or muffin. The code is valid for 24 hours, but almost useless between 6 pm ~ 10 pm during the peak use. It is very very slow during that time period even accessing the news sites. So, the management, please increase the bandwidth.
Brett at the frontdesk was very helpful. He is the guy you look for if you have concerns or questions. Overall, I had a great time at Cedar Breaks Lodge, and will return next year.
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