Hunter Mtn RESORT: 3.
Hunter Mtn RESTAURANT INSIDE: -100.
So I figure a 2 is fair overall (reviewed on Yelp).
Excellent. You can't argue that. It's on the slopes, you can ski right to the lifts, and back to your lodge (if you take a certain trail back down). but I think the fact that the location is so clutch makes these people think they have a free pass to be total d-bags in every other regard...
Terrible service. We stayed Friday and Saturday nights. We originally had 14 people for Sat, 7 for Friday, so we reserved a 2b friday, 3b sat, but then ended up with only 5 friday, 10 Saturday so tried downgrading... but, get this, the rooms were the SAME PRICE. So it was pointless to get a smaller room if we weren't going to pay less, so we kept it. How illogical is that? The place itself was nice: the main room had a full kitchen (looked like brand new appliances) decent size bathroom, big closet, dining table, hideaway queen bed, fold out couch, little tv, and a fireplace. the connecting room had a regular sized bathroom, real queen bed, pull out couch, good size tv, and a balcony that overlooked the pool/jacuzzis and mountain/ski lifts. The crappy parts: no room service available, beds were INSANELY hard, and they charge $10 per 24hrs for internet service.
RESTAURANT. (Van Winkles) - aka, DO NOT GO HERE!
This is the part that gets horrifically bad. Not only does the food BLOW (I mean, it's baaaad), but the people who run it are unbelievable morons. I'll paste the formal complaint I wrote below for your enjoyment.
click to read and see pictures of the so called "manager" who assaulted me because I touched his seating chart, the seating chart, and of the empty restaurant at two different points of the night...