Mt Werner Lodge is one of the original properties from the initial development of Ski Time Square. Conveniently located at the entrance to Ski Time Square, these affordable condominiums offer a great location just a few steps away from the ski area base, and a short walk to the restaurants and shops of Torian Plumb, Gondola Square, and Ski Time Square. The FREE City Shuttle is available to transport visitors downtown for additional shopping, dining, events or activities, or to the grocery store to stock up on supplies. Convenience is king when you stay at Mt Werner Lodge. This cozy 1 bedroom condominium offers comfort and convenience just ste...ps from the slopes of Steamboat Ski Area. There is a queen bed in the bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room. The kitchen features new cabinetry and appliances, and has everything necessary to cook meals. The dining table seats 4 people and another two can sit on stools at the bar. A gas fireplace creates a warn environment for relaxing with family and friends in front of the grand ski area views. There is a patio and large communal yard directly off the living area through large sliding glass doors. Enjoy the convenience of this mountain side location during winter or summer. There is a $25 cleaning fee added to all 2 night stays or less at this property.
Additional amenities include: suitable for children, golf nearby, skiing.Read more
Left on 03/04/2014 for a stay in February 2014 | SkiingWhileFabulous
No, not that one about how this place was the original lodge. Yet I'm sure you're going to look at it next time you're in town and wonder how they fit a whole gondola in there. (People were a lot smaller way back then so it was a tiny gondola) The mystery is about that little metal notch on the wall between the shower/toilet and mirror/sink area in the bathroom. I'll let you in on a little secret. Last year they took out the pocket door. What? You wanted a murder mystery?
There's a kitchen, and to make use of it you have a couple of the big guys like CityMarket (That's Steamboat-ese for King Soopers), Safeway, and Walmart as well as some smaller and gourmet places like Natural Grocers (aka Vitamin Cottage), Bamboo, and some others. If you can't cook but still end up renting this place, at least bring some popcorn to eat while watching cable TV at night because you're nursing sore muscles from repeated hikes up to NoNames and don't want to go out.
Attention hoity toity people: It ain't no Ritz Carlton. This condo wears a cowboy hat, rides a horse to work and throws on a poncho when it rains. When it gets drunk it burps whole cuss words (up to four syllables). Sure, there's a sign up front that says remove your shoes but that's because they care about you and don't want you to have cold wet feet after you take your snowy ski boots off and walk around. The stove ain't Viking, the bathroom tile ain't Carrara, and there ain't anything in the whole place lit by led. That said, it's cozy.
And if you're into that kind of thing, most evenings around dinnertime you can get a proximity high from the upstairs neighbors even with the door closed. I didn't write this review at the big roll top desk by the wall of ski-area facing windows but I kinda wish I did.
Very convenient little place
Left on 02/13/2014 for a stay in February 2014 | Sharon
This is a unit in one of the oldest developments at the mountain, a four minute walk to the gondola and totally fine. We would stay here again definitely, but we are the types that don't really mind the saggy mattress or sort of functioning toaster, or how on the cold water faucet in the bathroom the little metal piece indicating "C" kept falling off... etc. since the price is good and it is so convenient and cozy. If the owners invested in a new mattress and fixed a couple of the little annoying broken things it would be fantastic!
Great base area location
Left on 01/15/2014 for a stay in January 2014 | Skiier
The quick 3 minute walk to the gondola made this the perfect location and the rustic furniture adds to the charm. Pioneer Ridge is very easy to work with and gave me a great price.
The only drawback is the complex does not have a hot tub - you'll need to go to the hotsprings in town. The parking space is not covered, so give yourself time to dig out if it snows. Hence the 4/5 on Comfort.
Left on 08/08/2013 for a stay in July 2013 | RuLa
Nice, clean, cute little unit. Good location and easy access to the base of the ski lift and venue to the free summer concerts. It has a nice common area out the back patio door. Personally, however, we think it needs a new, firmer mattress.
Very Nice and comfortable!
Left on 07/31/2013 for a stay in July 2013 | Phyllis
In a great area to stay. Ski area real close. On bottom floor so easily accessible. Wonderful views. Great area and nice and clean. Enjoyed it a lot. People were very nice who gave us keys.Liked sitting on the patio and watching beautiful views. Would stay here again.
Restful and peaceful with great neighbors and views is how I wo
Left on 05/16/2013 for a stay in April 2013 | Tourtellotte
We arrived after ski season to celebrate our daughters 24th birthday. It was perfect. We did lots of sight seeing, cooking and celebrating. It was the perfect base of operations. Plus it was just quiet, lots of dogs no barking. The wireless internet connection wouldn't work and they sent a serviceman to repair it, worked great after the fix. There were minor problems like the sliding glass doors to the shower wouldn't slide, and the dishwaher didn't work well. Other than that it was well stocked with dish soap and dishwaher detergent. The laundry facilities were right next door but could hear anything. All and all a great experience, I would definately go back. We even received a discount.
Left on 03/27/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | David H.
This place was great. It was across the street from the base area, rentals (Terry Sports) and several restaurants. The free city bus stop was just up the hill. All for a great price. The only negative was the absence of a hot-tub. Other that that...awesome. Can't to wait get back!
Ok, condo was outdated & in need of renovation
Left on 03/25/2013 for a stay in February 2013 | JS
The location was great, 200 yds from the slopes. Other than that, we would not stay in this condo complex again. The bathroom was tiny with old carpet, mold stains in the shower. The doorway into the bathroom was missing molding with exposed nails. Regardless of location, the unit should be updated.
Left on 02/08/2013 for a stay in January 2013 | StFo
We felt like locals in our private pad at the base of Steamboat. It doesn't feel like a hotel because it isn't one. I like to find condos or apartments when I travel because it gets expensive to eat out every meal, not to mention that some towns don't have many other options for a celiac person. Steamboat, however, has ample opportunities for gluten-free dining which means we did a little of both: eating-in and eating-out.
Mwl6 did have some odd things like you'd expect when visiting someone else's home. The bathroom looked like it was in mid-remodel during our stay. The TV in the living room seems to have no way to connect to the DVD player underneath it, so we brought the little TV/DVD combo in from the bedroom to watch movies at night. Connecting to the internet often took a lot of work, sometimes requiring rebooting the router and re-configuring my laptop when it stopped working.
But none of those things really mattered to us very much since we were too busy skiing most of the time.
cute place close to everything
Left on 02/06/2013 for a stay in January 2013 | Allison
the condo is cute, nice furniture, comfortable bed, well stocked kitchen as far as dishes, pots and pans and utensils. great views of the ski mountain and easy walk to the gondola. restaurants and shops are also an easy walk and the stop for the free bus downtown is at the corner of the property. only complaint is the bathroom is tiny and had some damage around the door frame. otherwise, we would definitely stay here again
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