The Links at Squaw Creek, Olympic Valley

(30+ reviews on the web)
Golf Course Outdoor Activity
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We reserved stiff flex clubs for my husband and were promised they would have them. Showed up, loaded up the carts and guess what? It's a grab bag of miscellaneous clubs! Half were for seniors, three ...  more »
  • The Scenery of this course is very beautiful. what is not so inviting is how tight the course is. Bring lots of balls and read your yardage book carefully. I do recommend playing the course for a good...  more »
  • On my way back from San Francisco, we decided to get a round on the way home. So, we chose Squaw Creek. What a mistake! Several of the greens were still pot marked from the spring plug. The fairways a...  more »
Google
  • Views of Olympic Valley are spectacular! Resort and rooms are updated. Bed was very comfortable and standard room was spacious. Food options are rather pricey, suggest options in town instead. Would be happy to stay here again and get to take advantage of all the other amenities the resort has to offer outside of a professional event.
  • Wow, What more can I say. I was here for 3 nights and it was a wonderful time. The heated pool was amazing. I never thought I'd be swimming outdoors while looking at snow covered mountains in the background. Staff was polite and efficient. The food was great. I will definitely be coming back
  • Absolutely beautiful grounds and the staff were extremely friendly (Joe at the front desk was great). The views are absolutely breathtaking and the pool area is fantastic. The rooms were slightly dated and the outside stairs were definitely in need of repairs. The air conditioning in our room never worked, even after they sent someone to fix it. Overall it is a beautiful resort that just needs a little work.
  • Attended an engineering meeting here. The lobby area was very nice. It had large windows where you could just and take in the view. The meeting room was spacious and the wireless teleconference phone system worked very well. The restroom was immaculately clean and tidy. I did not have much interaction with hotel staff, but they did greet me in a friendly manner when they saw me. If I were in this area again for personal reasons, I would definitely consider visiting the resort.
  • The prices are what can be expected for a resort. Staying on the first floor in March. The first floor with this much snow doesn't allow you to walk out on property, so be mindful if you request it. Snow is a little icy/slushy because it is end of season and there hasn't been snowfall in a couple of days. Food at the resort is good and cocktails are on point. Sandy's pub and the pizza have been great. I would highly recommend making use of the kitchenette if you have one for breakfast stuffs. Two people for room service will run about $75. The Olympic sports massage was fantastic and only a little more expensive than what I would normally go out of my way for.