Too close to the highway. Not enough useful utensils in the kitchen....lacked scissors and steak knives. We had to open our cheese package with our teeth and cut it with a butter knife. The fridge took megaforce to open it, due to the tight seal, as did the bathroom pocket door. The sheets on the bed were so stiff and crinkly that they woke you up in the night if your sleeping partner rolled over! Never had that happen before! No one wanted to venture up into the sleeping loft because of the steep climb into it - even my 15 year-old son said he would not sleep in that, so he slept on the couch the night before his big bike race and got very little sleep. Not to mention that someone's car alarm was going off at half hour intervals until midnight.....shall I go on? Yes, I will. It felt that the reception staff were so busy that they couldn't bother with any welcoming words nor smiles. The promised free WiFi didn't work in our area of the property, but we were told we could come and sit in the office to connect to the WiFi....not an ideal situation. Upon check in I asked if there was any wiggle-room for a later check out time and was met with a very terse "No", we are too busy. Wow! All I was thinking was a half hour or even a few minutes! Finally, as a Riverside Resort, I would have thought that they would have had some sort of water feature on site but there was not. There was a great sand pit where families were able to play baseball and such but it was so dusty that it formed clouds of dust that flew all over the cabins so we had to sit inside. I'm not usually a whiner but this was such a disappointment....the free shuttle does not even have a bike rack, FYI. Not in a hurry to stay here again, even though it came highly recommended by a workmate.
The cabin was cute. Close drive to Whistler Village. Price was ok.