Overall Ratings (6) ★ ★ ★ ★
Very nice condo for a couple but not for a Dad with two boys. The program for the condo read sleeps four but it was suspect.
-Anonymous on 16/09/2010
Spent 1 night in unit 489-68a , due to a broke sofa bed we were moved to unit 479-34a. Once that was done we enjoyed ourself immensely. I will plan another vist next summer. The staff is very accomodating and thet really care about your stay there. The unit itself was comfortable, tastefully decorated and fully stocked with all the necessary items in order to make your stay pleasurable. We ate one night and cooked the rest of our meals in. It was fantastic. A special Thanks to Hiliary R.
-Anonymous on 11/09/2010
Decent rental, nice kitchen, appliances, wood floors and couch. Great staff. Only complaints: Underwhelming towels and bed linens (no fitted sheet!). Also my wife stepped on a large sewing needle sticking out of the carpet while walking around in bare feet at night. Booby traps aside, though, it was perfectly decent. Would have gladly paid $350 instead of $570 for 3 nights.
-gary indiana on 07/07/2010
My family and I stayed at the Keys for the first time ever and had an amazing time! The staff at the rental office were very informative, accomodating and friendly. We will definitely be back and look forward to many more Summers and Winters at the keys!
-Anonymous on 10/08/2009
Let me begin by saying that our overall experience at this condo was very nice. The unit was in good shape and a full kitchen was a pleasure to use. However, the floor plan of the unit is very unusual. The stairs used to get into the unit are narrow enough to make carrying luggage up difficult. Once up the stairs, the living room and kitchen area are the nicest parts of the unit -- everything is clean and in very good shape. Space was OK for my wife and I, but it would be cramped if our two kids were with us. Another set of narrow stairs lead to the 3rd level loft where the bed is. In the loft the sloping ceiling cuts across the entire room and anyone over 5ft must stoop down to simply walk around the bed. I joked with my wife it was more like sleeping in a kids tree house than a room. Another negative is the unit has no air conditioning and in July the loft did get pretty warm. The window, being on the floor, did a poor job of letting the cool mountain air into the loft on the warmest nights. We didn't get a chance to try out much of the Tahoe Keys amenities such as the beach, pools and fitness room, but it was good to know they were there if needed. As I stated earlier, our stay was pleasurable and I would recommend it to others. Just be prepared for some weirdness to the floor layout of the unit and you'll be fine.
-Anonymous on 16/07/2009
Cozy, comfortable and great location.
-Anonymous on 09/07/2009