Friday 5 July 2019

Mosaic, Blue Mountains, ON

Gord and I spent Wednesday night and last night at Mosaic in Blue Mountain Village.  We'd stayed there in November 2017 and liked it.

We had a one bedroom suite again.

The kitchen was stocked with dishes, glasses, cutlery, etc. 
There was a coffee maker (and supplies), fridge, microwave,
toaster, burners, etc.  We ate our meals out every day but could have
cooked our meals in our suite had if we wanted.
The bed was comfy

We were on the ground floor with a door leading out to a patio.

Going right took us into the village
Going left took us to the pool and hot tub

There was an outdoor pool and hot tub (which are open from 7am to 11pm).  It was 30C and sunny while we were there and the hot tub was too hot.  We did spent time Wednesday and Thursday in the pool and it was refreshing.  There are towels in the fitness room to use at the pools.

The Mosaic is in the village, walkable to everything ... restaurants, shopping, hiking and more.  They have 163 suites ranging from bachelors to three-bedrooms.  Nearby outdoor parking is free but we went with heated indoor parking under the hotel for $15/night (though, we didn't move the car once we arrived Wednesday afternoon).  Basic WIFI was free for three devices ... while it wasn't overly speedy, we were able to do what we wanted to do online.

Being on the ground floor was handy because we didn't have to depend on elevators (apparently there was an issue with them being out of service).  There was an exit door right across from our room door so we could duck out there and be in the heart of the village, rather than having to head up to the reception area and then head to the village.

There were heavy drapes on the windows but it would have been nice to have sheers too because anyone walking by could look in and see since we were on the ground level.

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