Yes, I have taken photos
of the Snowbasin lodges (both main lodges) including the bathrooms,
especially the apparently real copper/bronze/gold fixtures...
Gotta agree, it ain't
exactly roughing it there.
Earl Holden's sister
lodge at the top of Sun Valley is equally as impressive in a more old money sort
of way (note the ten different toppings and china plates):
Of course, at Sun Valley,
this is the kind of jaw dropping (and not in a good way) stuff you take
clandestine photos of, since no one will otherwise believe you (both
photos taken on the same sunny March day on an epic
I was going to mention that but you beat me to it Marc. What a fabulous
lodge. I don't know how many people I have run into that actually take pictures
of the bathrooms (me included) because you wouldn't believe the quality of the
finish. The food is great also and pretty reasonably priced.
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Lodge (ie: the base day lodge) at Snowbasin, where you can
of your boots (and put your bag in a locker or free
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