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Reviewed September 6, 2009

The resort was very peaceful & the unit was very nice. The roads inside the resort were pretty torn-up (especially for a sports car), but everything else was fine. It was fun watching the balloons take off in the morning & the Canadian geese on the golf course (watch where you step!). Pagosa is a nice town with an excellent microbrewery near the resort. The unit was very well stocked - washer & dryer were a nice touch. We were there the last week of August & the weather was great for day trips & for taking the Narrow Gauge RR from Durango to Silverton. Probably won't do this trip again, but it was definitely worth doing once.

Date of stay: August 2009
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2  Thank TucsonRose
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Reviewed September 3, 2009

My husband booked this resort requesting a handicapped room. Two days before our arrival he called to double check that this was in fact what we were booked in. We arrived and had a difficult time gettin my wheelchair in; it had to come through the sliding glass door and bent one of the tracks. In order to get out the front door, my husband and son had to lift it out; there was about a 3" drop. I have an electric wheelchair and this was no small feat. The gentleman who comes by to set up the appointments to see the Timeshare's representatives called and asked for a wheelchair ramp; none ever came. I called the next day (Tuesday, we had arrived on the Friday before) and reached the manager who then offered a Handicapped room. The road behind the units was made of dirt and I could not get out and around on my wheelchair due to that. There was one central recreation area which was crowded and also off a dirt road making it inaccessible to me. There was a hole in the wallpaper in the bathroom and the carpeting in the living area was frayed in spots due to the lack of stripping to hold the edges down.

Date of stay: August 2009
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Diazy
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Reviewed September 1, 2009

We just returned from a two week stay at the Wyndam Pagosa. It was an RCI extra vacation. I had requested a handicapped unit and it was wonderful. The bathroom was large and the shower was a roll in shower with a stool. There was plenty of room for the wheelchair to maneuver. The kitchen was also completely accessible with room for the wheelchair under the sink. A riser for the toilet was provided and the closet had lower rods for hanging things. The resort is to be commended. As tol the pregnant woman who said that the resort was not handecapped friendly, she must have stayed at a different place. I did not realize that pregnancy was a handicap. For those of us who must use a wheelchair, I would highly recommend the Wyndam.

Date of stay: August 2009
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3  Thank GatorGail
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Reviewed August 22, 2009

One bedroom deluxe unit is a good size for 2 people. Balcony wasn't clean as spider webs so couldn't use it. VERY well equipted kitchen and unit faced the small lake. Didn't see any secuirty during our stay. There was a variety of activities at the center. Many things to do especially for outdoor people. Springs downtown are great!

Date of stay: August 2009
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1  Thank sauquoitr
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Reviewed August 20, 2009

We were met outside Wyndham with a friendly face welcoming us and giving instructions for check-in. Check-in was friendly, fast and informative. They asked us to listen to a presentation and we would be given a gift certificate - I think $75. We declined with no hassle. We stayed in one of the Perrigrine units. It was nicely decorated, clean and stocked with everything we needed. There are two large grocery stores nearby to stock up on food and print your photos. There were four units in our building with a hot tub to share. We had two lightbulbs out. We told them on our way to lunch and they had both been replaced when we got back. There were chairs on patio of each unit. Stars at night were amazing. We hardly saw any bugs anywhere in the whole town. We ate outside several times. No gnats or flies even. Our favorite place to eat was Nello's Bistro. Waitresses were cute and friendly. Seemed happy, worked quickly and were attentive. Food was excellent. We paid $10 for great Angus burger with sweet potato fries and $14 for awesome lasagna. Generous portions. Outside had beautiful flowers all around you with humming birds. We would recommend the Astraddle a Saddle outdoor chuckwagon dinner , campfire and wagon ride. Nice people and wonderful food. We rode the Cumbres Toltec train and loved it. It has an open car where you stand outside and ride. Beautiful. We drove about an hour to Chama from Pagosa Springs to get on the train, rode 3 hours to Osier where you get a marvelous 'Thanksgiving' dinner or meatloaf dinner. They also have a soup and salad bar and dessert bar. You can eat all you want of anything. Lunch is included in the price of your ride. Then we rode back to Chama. We rented horses and rode to the top of Broken Notch. It was a workout riding up and down the trails - about an hour and a half each way. But the view from the top was unforgettable. And you do stay at the top for a while to take in the view and that was a nice break. This was the same stable as our dinner. We signed up at Wyndham for a hot air balloon ride. Don't miss that opportunity. You can help set up and take down the balloon and afterward they give you champaigne and muffins. We went to The Springs Resort and Spa downtown. We had massages and a couple of days later did the 'soak' in their sulphur pools. They also have a regular pool. Really pretty there. The town has a river running through the downtown. Very low while we were there because of the time of year. Couldn't do any rafting here either. Children and families played in the river, sat around it and walked around. Nice park-like atmosphere. We ate at Alley House and were not impressed. We had heard it was pricey but food and atmosphere were worth it. Not to us. Our food was unremarkable and the service was poor. No atmosphere. It was in an old house but not even tablecloths. Wyndham offers the service of signing up for a lot of town activities through them and you can get it all done in one place. Some were discounted. I'd be glad to answer any questions for you if I can. It's good to learn all you can before you go. Weather was around 80 every day and around 50 at night. Shorts were ok but a little cool. Capris were perfect. but jeans weren't hot.

Date of stay: August 2009
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6  Thank PagosaPlease
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