They charge an extra $ 20 dollars per day as a - Resort fees-, the leave at the restroom two small bottles of water without saying that are NOT free, they charge $ 2.76 per bottle. Many areas of the resort had very old raggedy carpets .
I went to this resort to work and the people upstairs from me had kids which was a little more noisy then I expected I needed good internet service to work and about 3 o'clock each day the internet went off and was not available till the next following day which was not helpful for the reason of my trip other than that everything else was good
The couple that owns it is very nice. The property includes beautiful trail with picnic tables, a gazebo and a creek. We were able to learn how to sled in the snow on the property. The hotel is within walking distance of the village. Our room had a private deck which was enclosed and allowed for maximum privacy. The only downside would be that the bed was too stiff for me.
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Located in the mountains of the San Bernardino National Forest, the Arrowhead Tree Top Lodge, a Magnuson Hotels affiliate …More
It was a great hotel except for being very small, our room was for five guest and it was me my husband and our three kids 11, 9, and six and we were stepping over eachother. The staff made it worth it though. And being able to bring our dogs was a big plus