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Reviewed 28 January 2016

This condo is located in a great location, right near the South Ridge Lodge and the Chondola lift. True ski-in-ski-out, in that you can go downhill both coming to and leaving the condo. It could not be more convenient especially if you have a first floor unit. Staff is friendly and helpful.

Someone on here compared these condos to a Best Western. It's more like a dated Motel 6, if they rented condos. I think it was built in the 80's, and nothing has been renovated since then. Worn carpet, lumpy mattresses, frayed blankets and old appliances. The cleaning was truly subpar. There were even old gummy worms hanging out with the dust bunnies under one of the beds.

These look like a bargain for slopeside condos, but buyer beware, you get what you pay for.

Date of stay: January 2016
Thank Oomuu
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Reviewed 20 February 2015

We booked through Sunday River. Each condo is different; these are individually owned but are rented via Sunday River. We had a 2 level with queen bed, a bunk bed, and pull out couch which was perfect for 2 adults and 2 teens. The bedroom was down stairs and the ski locker room was on the other side of the wall so that was our alarm clock each day - but we where to ski so it was not a problem. There is a small kitchen so we stopped at the Hannaford's market in Oxford on the way. The building has an indoor pool and hot tub which was clean and there is an attendant as you enter the pool area long with changing rooms. There are no pool towels. We stayed 3 nights and they do a towel exchange each day. We would stay here again - nothing fancy, but suits the purpose. There are shuttles from the parking lot to other Sunday River sites as well as transportation to Bethel.

Room tip: We stayed in A133 which was on the end of the building, closest to the ski slope.
Date of stay: February 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Judie M
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Reviewed 21 March 2014

Our family of three stayed in a one bedroom unit for three nights in March. We weren’t expecting anything fancy—something along the lines of a Courtyard Marriott knowing we weren’t going to get a Westin. But what we got was on par with, or a level below, a Best Western. The condos were obviously built some time ago, have not been maintained particularly well and are showing their age. On the bright side, service was friendly and the units were slopeside and allowed easy access to and from the trails.

Our unit was a duplex with a living room, kitchen/eating area and bathroom on the main entry level and a bedroom down the stairs (no door). The kitchen appliances were old but functional, no dishwasher. The bedroom had a bunk bed and queen sized bed so it could sleep four. This unit had wired internet but no wifi. Luckily, I had brought my own router so we had good wifi during our stay. No fireplaces in these units.

There was a “concierge” on duty in the small common area of the building and service was actually pretty good. When we asked for a light bulb and hair dryer, she cheerfully called maintenance and it came soon.

The room shower never got really hot and when I mentioned it to the concierge, she said all the units have tiny hot water heaters so there wasn’t much they could do. She did send the maintenance man over but he couldn’t do anything. There is a good sized indoor pool and an indoor hot tub off the main floor and the water was plenty warm.

There is no washer/dryer in the unit; there is a laundry room with two washers and two dryers in the basement (Make sure you bring your own detergent). They were never in use when we went down, but then again it was the end of the season and the entire building was pretty empty. The ski lockers are also in the basement. You get a key to a very thin athletic-type locker that can just hold about three sets of skis and no boots. At least it’s located right next to the door that leads out to the slopes—a few steps and you’re gliding down to the main lifts and gondola. I’m glad we chose the Sunrise over Brookside, which is billed as slopeside but is actually across the parking lot and road from the trails so you’ll have to haul your stuff about a hundred yards.

All in all, I wasn’t impressed with these accommodations. On Sunday River’s website, Boynes (the company that owns the resort) categorizes these units as 2 Stars (out of 5). All of the condos at Sunday River are 2 Stars, except for one that only has 3-4 bedrooms and sleeps 8-10. So it seems Sunrise and the other Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom buildings are the best condos this resort has to offer, which is a shame. As much as I like to ski at Sunday River, I also like to ski in and ski out and it’s hard to fork out the dollars to stay in these dwellings.

Date of stay: March 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank jack783
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Reviewed 11 February 2013

I really like the place we stayed in here. Each unit is different so each decorated differently. Luckily ours was very basic however, our friends had one that looked like it was decorated in the 70's. It was on the first floor and had a lower bedroom (no door) with a queen and two bunk beds. The couch also opened up as a bed too. There was a flat screen TV in the unit and some videotapes.

The set up was basic however, the big plus of these condos is the location to the main lodge. You kept your skies in a locker in the basement and all you had to do was go out the door and ski down to the South Ridge area, very convienent.

There was a pool and a hot tube also as part of the building so you didn't have to go outside to access either. There is only room for 1 car in the lot (they give you a permit to put in your window).

Date of stay: March 2012
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank BBuddy
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Reviewed 6 January 2007

Our family of four spent three days after Christmas at Sunrise Condos at Sunday River ski area. We enjoyed the condo and the skiing. We rented a one bedroom, one bath unit. It was set up with a loft bedroom with a queen and bunk beds. There was a nice living room with a pull out sofa. There was an indoor pool, but we didn't try it out. The registration was handled through the resort - the folks were very friendly and helpful. The whole resort did very well. They had plenty of extra staff on hand to manage the Christmas skiing crowd. The condo is right next to the ski slope, just up hill from one of the main chair lifts. This allowed us to ski in-ski out from the condo - that was so great! There are lockers in the lower level of the condo to store skies and boots as you come off the slopes. If folks are looking for a place to ski with the family, we would recommend considering Sunrise Condos and Sunday River.

Date of stay: December 2006
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5  Thank Energy_engineer
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