I was happily surprised with how convenient the location of this condo was, walking distance to local restaurants, bars and shops - especially the unit I rented in building 19. The condo itself was a bit dated, but it was nice and cozy. The kitchen was updated and had everything we needed. It was nice and clean.
Only complaints: the board games in the condo were all missing a significant amount of pieces. Not that games are a requirement, but at that point, just throw them away, because it's just a tease. The bedding could use some updating as it's a bit worn and thin. No blow dryer, which I think is a must as it's pretty much standard in all rentals. It would also be nice if the balconies were cleared of ice/snow so they could actually be used.
I did not have any interaction with the front desk except for at check-in and check-out. At check-in the lady was very helpful, told us everything we need to know about the community amenities and local attractions. At check-out, I just dropped off the keys and was good to go. The rec center was nice, new and I enjoyed the spa.
Overall, my experience was terrific, and I would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Denver, CO
Located near the slopes, this Winter Park condo is in the mountains and within 1 mi (2 km) of Winter Park Visitor Center …More
Nice hotel. Little bit of a challenge going from parking garage to front desk. King bed was very uncomfortable and hard. Shower was cleaned but long hairs left in the drain. Ate at Wayfair very late. Food was plentiful and good. I experienced the power outage asleep. My husband experienced it stuck in an elevator. I would stay here again. Overall, great place to celebrate our 33rd wedding anniversary.
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Northwest of Winter Park, a popular ski resort, Fraser has benefitted from its popular, nearby neighbor, with new condominiums and other real estate projects. AMTRAK’s California Zephyr line (Chicago-San Francisco) services Fraser daily. A somewhat controversial claim to fame of Fraser’s is that it – just like International Falls, Minnesota – calls itself the “icebox of the nation.”