Stayed here as an RCI exchange, great value for money in one of their sleeps 2 suites. Units are big but are looking a little dated now (decor has been redone recently and our unit was very clean). If you are a light sleeper be aware that the walls and ceilings are very thin. We had the downstairs section of a town house and could hear every footstep from those in upstairs. They were not particularly noisy but even walking about made them sound like a herd of Elephants. We were lucky they went to bed early every night and did not keep us awake. Others may not be so lucky. Would echo the calls of others to extend the Wi Fi to the units, its a pain to have to go to the club house to log in. Small units do not have washing machines and there are none on site so you will have to go into town and find the laundry if you need to do some washing.
Crown Ridge is a little out of North Conway in a fairly remote setting and you have to drive to everything (walking is not an option), however if you like remote settings then this is for you. There are other RCI resorts nearer to the centre of North Conway.
NB if you have not been before and you are there to ski Cranmore Mountain, the nearest resort is for beginners only and is only good for a warm up if you are anything above intermediate standard. Attitash has more going for it and is 20 minutes drive. If you are going to wildcat on one of their $9 ski pass days go early otherwise you will not get into the parking lots. They are small and fill quickly. Other than that we skied Loon (1hr) and Bretton woods (45mins) before moving on to Vermont.
- Also Known As:
- Crown Ridge Hotel North Conway