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Chisos Mountains Lodge
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All about Location only!
User: M F from: Victor, New York
Published Date: Nov, 19, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Very convenient when you are visiting Big Bend NP because of the driving distances. It is a very dated lodge. We stayed in the Casa Grande. Had a balcony with some views of the mountains. It is like econo lodge without internet, TV, and phone service. Does have a microwave and frig with freezer. No clock in room. Service staff is very good. It really is the only place to stay to get easy access to the park and the best parts of the park. very quiet and peaceful. Also has convenient location for the only good food at reasonable prices.
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Convenient to entire park
User: lilela from: kerrville
Published Date: Nov, 8, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
The Chisos Mountain Lodge, while convenient to the entire Big Bend National Park area, has some disappointments. The dated motel was FULL of flies...all over the ceiling in rooms at night and all over the dining room at noon; the staff at check-in and one of the waiters in the restaurant were accomplished liars. Check-in clerk told us we were the last ones to check in (at 3 p.m.) so we could not have two rooms side-by-side; we watched 4 couples check in after us on that side of the lodge! One of the waiters said there were no tables next to the windows; three WERE vacant and he would not allow us to sit there! BAD business! Other than these annoyances, we did enjoy our stay because all of the guests were friendly on the trails, the food was excellent (as well as the "only option within two hours" for dining). Also, a/c units are gurgling; bring a room fan to drown out that noise. If the staff were trained to be honest and if they'd eradicate the flies, it would be much better.
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Finally got a room here
User: Bette A from: Alice, Texas
Published Date: Oct, 13, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We have tried to get a reservation here for years and finally snagged a room. It's a great stay. We stayed in the Casa Grande building. The rooms were not fancey but were clean and comfortable with a balcony overlooking the mountains. Unfortunately, it was too cold to use the balcony but we spotted four bears out our window the morning we were leaving. I told my daughter who always goes to New Mexico for vacations to try this place out.
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Oldy But Goody
User: gawildcats from: Cumming, Georgia
Published Date: Oct, 7, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
The lodge is dated, but very well kept. We stayed in the Casa Grande, #12. It had a balcony with views of the mountains and was very clean and comfortable. The room contained a fridge, microwave, and coffee pot. There was no TV or phone, but who needs a TV with all the beauty around us. There is no WiFi, but cell service was good. There is a well stocked convenience store in walking distance for anything you may need. The lodge restaurant was average, but convenient to our room.
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Best place to stay for Big Bend National Park visitors
User: Lingang from: Henderson, Nevada
Published Date: Oct, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
It is located in the most beautiful area within the park. The center of all park ranger let activities. It has on a good site restaurant, a convenient store and it is close to several hiking trails. The room is old wooden structure, not very large, not fancy but it is clean, and comes with a coffee maker and microwave.
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