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Reviewed October 26, 2006

We've stayed at Sugarloaf/USA in the winter and summer. The resort's relative isolation from major cities is a god-send for those serious about getting close to a first-class mountain, run by locals who are genuinely down to earth. While predominantly known as a ski resort, Sugarloaf also has a stunningly beautiful golf course and a well-run summer kid's day camp, the latter run in conjunction with the town of Carrabassett Valley. There are also daily tours that range from canoeing to moose-watching. The one-bedroom suite we booked at the Grand Summit was actually larger and better equpped than the one-bedroom condo we rented previously. The in-house spa is small, but for a small fee guests can use the resort's pool and fitness center halfway down the mountain road, as well as the so-called Anti-Gravity Center at the resort entrance. The Grand Summit's restaurant is a bit pricey in the evening, but the breakfasts are reasonable. Other recommended restaurants nearby include D'Ellies (on-mountain deli), Hugs (Italian), and The Rack (American).

Date of stay: January 2006
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5  Thank Adam20191
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Reviewed July 4, 2006

We stayed at Sugarloaf Grand Summit Resort the last week of June. We had a loft bedroom and living area that was very clean. Sadly, the resort hasn't put a lot of effort into a summer crowd. We loved the activities planned by Mark Rorie, Master Mountain Guide. Three couples, all over the age of 50 climbed Burnt Mountain. While it wasn't as easy a climb as we anticipated, Mark encouraged us on and we were pleased to have made it to the top. We were rained out of our canoe trip but the other two couples loved theirs. The golf course is absolutely beautiful, but be prepared to lose a few balls. It's worth the loss of balls to play such a course! We saw moose every day which was a thrill. It would be nice if they put more effort into maintaining the health club at the Grand Summit Resort for summer. We could use one hot tub there, but were sent to the Sugarloaf Sports and Fitness Club down the hill to use that facility for everything else. It had small hot tubs outside, but the inside facility was really too hot to be comfortable to use. When you get your reservation confirmation from the resort, they warn you that there aren't many gas stations or groceries near the mountain. We actually found enough gas stations and small groceries that we never felt so isolated. The restaurants are opened on a limited number of days (rotating days closed) and were of good value. We loved Gepetto's. We would go back again as it is so beautiful in the summer.

Date of stay: June 2006
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5  Thank golfgal22153
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Reviewed May 13, 2005

We stayed at the sugarloaf grand summit at the end of march. The location is outstanding, the staff friendly and attentive. The restaurant was also quite good and a great value, especially for breakfast. The service in the restaurant was excellent.
There were some small issues: 1) There were flies, lots of flies in the room. Apparently this happens each spring, and only in the higher floors in rooms under eaves. They were fully booked and could not move us to a room that didn't have the problem. They staff came promptly when we called about the flies and they vacummed them away (they are ready and are used to it). 2) one of the two hot tubs wasn't working, and the one that was working was tepid. 3) Walking to the ski lockers, there was a HUGE puddle in the pathway. The brick walkway had a big depression, creating a big puddle, deep enough to easily get into your boots. Not sure why they designed the roof to have water flow from the roof into that corner.
Overall, I'd stay there again, but NOT in one of the rooms with flies.

Date of stay: March 2005
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12  Thank moonbrookhill
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Reviewed February 5, 2004

Good clean slopeside accomodations. Nothing fancy, but better than other accomodations nearby. The rooms are clean and spacious; the mattresses are of good quality and many rooms have small refrigerators & microwaves. It's fun being right on the mountain and after a day of skiing, using the jacuzzi, steam room & sauna at the hotel. Then after a good hot shower, walking next door for a great meal at Gepetto's. Or, for a special treat, take the Mountain Cat and travel half way up the mountain for a cozy dinner at Bullwinkles. Overpriced, but a fun and memorable one-time event.

If you have some money to spend, rent one of the 3 story penthouses - 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a beautiful jacuzzi room with views of the mountain, a full kitchen and living room. Worth every penny!

12  Thank FalmouthTraveler
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Reviewed October 7, 2014
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Date of stay: October 2014
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