The Lodge at Tamarron by Purgatory Resort in Durango (Rockwood) befindet sich in der näheren Umgebung von Dalton Ranch Golf Club und Purgatory Ski Area.
Fühlen Sie sich in einem der 30 klimatisierten Zimmer, die Kochnischen bieten, die über Kühlschrank und Mikrowelle verfügen, wie zu Hause. Fernseher mit Kabelempfang lassen keine Langeweile aufkommen. Zu den Highlights gehören Telefone und Schlafsofas.
Freizeit, Wellness, Premium-Annehmlichkeiten
Verwöhnen Sie sich mit Massagen und Gesichtsbehandlungen. Whirlpool und Sauna sind perfekte Möglichkeiten, um sich nach einem Tag auf den Skihängen zu entspannen. Skiraum, Einkaufsmöglichkeiten und Picknickbereich stehen ebenfalls zur Verfügung.
Diese Ferienwohnung beherbergt ein Restaurant, in dem Sie sich an der Bar einen Drink bestellen können. Kleine Mahlzeiten bieten auch der Coffeeshop/Café. Ihren Durst können Sie an der Bar/Lounge stillen. Frühstück ist gegen Gebühr erhältlich.
Business, weitere Annehmlichkeiten
Zum Angebot für Geschäftsreisende gehören eine rund um die Uhr besetzte Rezeption, Wäscherei und Tresorfach an der Rezeption. Vor Ort gibt es Folgendes: Parken ohne Service (kostenlos).
The room had old stained carpet, a stained futon couch, stale smell, outdated bathroom with substandard fittings, NO RESTAURANT, pillows were old and stained, overall a disgusting place to stay for one night. We stayed because it was too late to cancel.
nothing, kyle helped out with reservation they are two separate places and had no record of our reservations
the shower was busted first thing the curtains were busted would not open or close! The topper was we got two towels and in calling the front desk nothing they can do they are not part of the hotel (it was never explained they have rooms time share)
This place hasbeautiful views, and wonderful rooms. We enjoyed the pool and fitness area. I would love to go there again.
Receptionist was not sure where our rooms were.
ther was no seperate bed rooms or places to eat close by
The grounds and the views are beautiful.
Everything else. The rooms are dated, they have very few amenities, the pool was an odd color. Needs a makeover!
your accesment of things to do on site were INCORRECT
The staff in general were not attentive or accommodating as you would expect at a five star hotel. We had to call 3 times for extra towels, the front desk host was short and brief. The cleaning service was terrible and the pillows were not soft.
We arrived in the late evening, so we were quite surprised the next morning when we opened the big windows in our room to find a most spectacular view of the mountains. The room was quite comfortable, the staff was very helpful. We would stay at the Tamarron again and will highly recommend it to our family & friends.
this used to be our favorite place to stay in Durango. We have stayed as a couple and with friends a number of times. we had not visited for about 5 years. this property is terrible. the beds were uncomfortable and old, the wall paper was peeling off the wall, there was a dirty toilet plunger in our bathroom, hairs in the bathtub in our friends room. choices for coffee in the morning nonexistent to limited, Breakfast was only available from a breakfast bar with limited choices. just generally a bomb. the hours on the restaurant were very short and service understaffed. As we checked in a gentleman was yelling at the manager and i heard another such incident in our brief stay. The redeeming feature, if you can tolerate it, is a truly spectacular location. the views etc. are beautiful. This lovely property deserves better upkeep and management.
This mid 1800's preserved gem was the highlight of my stay in Colorado. The hotel was tops in my book and gorgeous. The concierge and help staff were first rate all the way. It is directly in town and within walking distance of many amenities. It is pricey but worth it. Try a meal at the Mahogany Grille and you will be equally delighted.
I have enjoyably stayed at Tamarron for ski vacations about ten times in the last twenty years. The new renovations and the addition of X as restaurant chef made for an excellent vacation. The roons are large at 435 square feet. The skiing at Durango Mountain Resort was the best ever. The large indoor/outdoor pool is one of best hotel pools I have used. However, I do miss the excellent breakfast buffets that were offered in prior years. The other area of criticism is the housekeeping staff. Often the room was not cleaned by 4 pm and repeated requests for housekeeping services were required. The draws in the furniture were not clean. During previous stays I had no complaints with service or room cleanliness. The quality, beauty and value of this property will definitely make me return.
When we arrived there was no one to help with our luggage. The room was old and the tolet leaked and would not flush. The water in the kitchenette would barely run and the sink was cloged. The maid service was horrible, did not make the beds but one time in our 4 day stay. Did not bring coffee packs of towels or washrags for us to use. Had to call each day for everything we needed. The sofa bed was so bad we had to rent another room for the 3rd couple to sleep on. Their room was much better than ours was. I guess it was because they got their room when they got there, and was not in the packaged deal. I will never stay there again.