What a great trip! The people were so nice, the Chef even had coffee ready for us in the morning. Friendly people, great pizza and the Cajun Walleye sandwich....the best!! Definitely recommend to anyone!
We have stayed here for the second time . First time the food was terrible along with the wait staff. So we tried it again this yr . Still the same and to add there WIFI was not working in the building we were staying in . I am an owner of 2 company,s and was in need to use the internet . I had called serval times and still nothing . Called the front desk again and was told to stand outside and email there repair guy. LMAO really , your WIFI your problem . I wish they would have been as fast to fix the problem as they were running my credit card for payment . Customer service goes a long way .
It must be the end of the year. The owner PC made sure that We all knew that he had to work and pointed to a boat driving around in the lake Stating, “that’s where I’m suppose to be.” Prior to that, we sat at a seemingly empty bar as we asked 2 people if there was a server. “She’s making salads, she’ll be out when she gets time,” said the assumed front desk employee. “I’m busy, but will get to you when I get a chance,” mumbled the only server.” We eventually did get waited on by PC who nicely washed down our bar area and sanitize his hands. We felt that he didn’t do the bar service much since he had to ‘look’ for items and run for ice, turn on the cash register, manage 6 drink orders and more. Maybe we’ll come back when they are in season?
3 generations of our famiy has been enjoying Lakewoods for 40+ years. Usually staying in the condos. Of the 6 different condos we have stayed in they have all been updated. The Lodge and rooms in the Lodge have also been updated this past year. With the constant cleaning, disinfecting, outdoor dining, social distancing and requiring masks indoors makes it a good place to be during the pandemic.
We had made reservations a couple months ago because we were traveling with some other couples and driving from Minocqua to Lakewoods on snowmobiles. We thought when we booked this would be a nice place and on trails. The price we paid was a city price you would pay for a decent hotel in downtown Chicago. Well, the room was anything but nice. Dark, dirty, rusty ceiling in bathroom, almost all the tiles were coming up and no grout on floor, 1960's wallpaper that was coming off the walls, leak under sink in bathroom, the faucets barely worked and were missing parts of them, cobwebs in corners, the sliding glass door barely opened that we were told it would be easy access to our sleds, the heater sounded like a jet plane when it kicked in and to top it off the extra pink blanket was all shredded on the ends ( my dog has better blankets). The pool area was very dark and very noisy since they had long open open hours for guests in the pool. I did not use the pool but others said they itched when they came out. I still itch from our dumpy room. The restaurant was OK and so was the bar. Beautiful area but very poorly marked trails. The resort may have been really nice in its day but it needs lots of maintenance and elbow grease. I have stayed at better $60 a night hotels that were clean. Retro is one thing but this place is a dump. Unfortunately we already paid for our room and were on snowmobiles so there was not much we could do.…