|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
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Looking for great mountain lodging with rich history and resort-style amenities? Check out this Government Camp lodging with a shared pool, a rec/game room, and more!
This unit is one of 10 units in the historic 1941 Thunderhead Lodge, and includes access to a geothermal pool, a wet bar, and a shared pool and fooseball table. WiFi is available on the first floor of the complex.
This efficiency condo is a studio-style rental with simple decor. A living area is the perfect spot to read a book, flip through the cable channels, or watch a DVD on the DVD player.
Though quaint in size, this rental does come with a fully stocked kitchen and full-size appliances. There's even a dishwasher for easy cleaning.
Come bed time, up to four guests can share this rental with a queen bed and a sofabed. A full bathroom has a tub/shower combo. This condo is best suited for close friends or family.
This lodge is within walking distance of Mt. Hood's Skibowl, and just a few miles from Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline. Skiers and riders can come back to a spacious rec room with a wet bar, light a fire in the hearth, and challenge one another to a game of pool. Hike and bike trails in lush forests and fishing in alpine lakes await come summer time.
Book a stay in this beautiful Mt. Hood getaway today!
We found the room clean and ready to go. All the amenities that we needed was all inclusive in the room. It was plenty warm in the room for my wife who loves it warm! The only issue we had was that the wifi didn't work. We could connect to the system but the internet for some reason didn't work, the modem showed an active wifi to connect to but indicated that there was no connection to the internet. Also there wasn't a thermostat in the room for us to lower the heat, which wasn't a problem for my wife or my kids, but I was a little uncomfortable for sleeping.
Aside from that we had a good time and the room was very clean, well maintained and the rate was very reasonable. I highly recommend staying at the old Thunderhead lodge. Its close to restaurants, ski shops, and a local grocery store if you forgot or need something. Also about 12 minutes from Mt. Hood Meadows or Timberline Lodge and just a couple minutes from Ski Bowl.
We stayed at the unit in Thunderhead lodge this past weekend. Our stay got off to a VERY rocky start, as you can see in the attached email we were not provided an entry code to the unit, or instruction on how to get into the building. After waiting outside for an hour and twenty minutes (in the snow never the lest) and (5) phone calls to Vacasa, we finally got ahold of someone at Vacasa that could give use the code to get into the building and the unit. As this was the first time we stayed with Vacasa the first impression was not good.
While the unit was clean and very usable, it is showing its age and is in need of a refresh. It does have some maintenance issues that need addressed right away. The handle is missing on the outside of the sliding door, not so friendly in getting back in. The cable TV wire is tapped into the wall, and missing the connector on the end, this makes the signal to the TV very bad filling the picture full of lines. The kitchen faucet is leaking from the handle and cannot be turned off completely. Finally, the internet hub, while you can log onto the hub, there is no internet signal, hence the red light with the word internet below it. And yes we tried to reset the hub and all of that. Overall, we had a clean dry place to stay, but was it worth what we paid? Not really.
I hope that Vacasa will take the needed actions to take care of all of these issues for the next folks that plan on staying at this unit. As for us? Well I think we may try another vacation home service.