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Berkshires Hotels

Country Inn at Jiminy Peak

Pros

  • On-site restaurant
  • Nice bathrooms
  • Eat-in kitchenettes

Cons

  • Hallways are a bit dark
  • Outdoor pool is small

Updated 12/23/2013

Fodor's Review

Massive stone fireplaces in its lobby and lounge lend this hotel a ski-lodge atmosphere, and the condo-style suites—privately owned but put into a rental pool—accommodate up to four people and have couches and kitchenettes separated from living areas by bars with high stools. The roomiest units are on the second and third floors, and the suites at the rear of the building overlook the slopes. Ski packages are available.

Hotel Information

Address:

37 Corey Rd., Hancock, Massachusetts, 01237, USA

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Phone:

413-738–5500; 800-882–8859

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 105 suites
  • No meals

Updated 12/23/2013

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Apr 10, 2007

nice little hiding spot

This past winter I decided to check out Jiminy. I live within an hour driving, but had decided to to stay over night in one of the condos they have. I ended up in a one bedroom over in the new JJ's lodge and it was great! It was a beautiful room, and very close to the slopes. All I had to do was get all my stuff on and walk right out to the slopes. Everything was great there. I wanted to try snowboarding so I signed up for a lesson, and they were

wonderful to me. Overall I had a great time and would deffinately go back! I took a few picture while I was there just to show you all the geogeous rooms they have in the new lodge.

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Aug 5, 2006

Run down and dirty

We arrived at 4:30 p.m. 6/18/06, Sun afternoon. It took the staff until 8:45 p.m. to find us an airconditioned room (it was 92 humid degrees that day.) We had to move our luggage to 4 different rooms. They left us in a sweatbox while the repairmen tried in vain to fix the air. By the time we got settled in I was a tired, sweaty, mess and it was too late to get dinner at the only restaurant in operation (out of three.) The rooms are privately owned

and some are horribly run down (we saw 4 different rooms.) The following day I tried to discuss the matter w/the manager but he was rude, officious, and REFUSED to talk with me. Nothing was open (one cafe was always closed and the other is undergoing major renovations) and the "Mountain Adventure Park" is laughable. For $46.00 (!) you get to enjoy 10 lousy attractions, one of which (the mountain coaster) ISN'T BUILT YET! No discount for children. Dorney Park with 10 roller coasters is actually $12.00 cheaper. But hey, at Mountain Adventure park you get the "Bouncy Bounce" (children under 10), miniature golf!, and 8 other static diversions including the mountain coaster which WASN'T EVEN BUILT YET! Visit the arcade room for air hockey and an old driving game. Listen to your neighbor's conversations through paper-thin walls! Beg for relief from the open sun! The pool was locked! We had to hike to another pool in another part of the complex. Walk through hard-packed dirt as you choke on the dust thrown up by construction vehicles which keep you awake in the morning with their growling and beeping. Have the Manager (Paul Thomas) abuse you! Hey, did I mention the biting flies... That last reviewer, "Susan", MUST be an employee!

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