The "mountain view" was across 8 lanes of traffic. But given the geography, this seems unavoidable, and given the value of this place, it is fully acceptable. Next time I may request a suite on the other side, so we can enjoy the balcony w/o traffic noise.
Urbane NYC artwork in the room was incongruent with this adventuresome setting. No biggie. We declared it comedy, and when the post-mortem pictures of Marilyn intruded upon our earthly affairs, we just turned on the gas fireplace and looked at it instead.
These are trivial issues, given the quality of the accommodations, the excellence of the staff, and the most interesting location. I recommend Powerwood without reservation.
Staff very pleasant and diligent. I felt like family.
The suite was outstanding, an excellent value. I was prepared to stay in a bed-and-bathroom in SLC for way more $. To be able to stay in the mountains was a near-miracle. And having a functional kitchen and laundry placed us the lap of luxury. Behind the condo, the field of prairie dogs was most amusing. We made friends with one named Twitchy, who liked dark beer better than light and sent us home with several nice gifts. I'm from Florida. I love Florida, but it is way too flat. I have traveled to Denver, Reno, and San Diego, where I could see the Western mountains but could not touch them. On this trip, I made friends with the rocks. The trail behind the condo provided my first encounters with the uplifted sandstone, the fir, the spruce, the aspen, the magpies and the mule deer. I thank you for this wonderful opportunity to feel the West. I will be back.