Hotel Room Types

There are a number of different room types available, see below for descriptions. The pictures show an example of the different room types; note there may be some differences with your actual room (such as room layout or type of furniture).

1. Standard Room

A standard hotel room is one room with a private bath, some units offer a deck.

  • 2 Queen Beds, 415 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 2
    – Private Bedroom: no
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: yes
  •  1 Queen Bed & 1 Sleep Sofa, 415 sq ft. (limited availability)
    – Maximum guests in room: 2
    – Private Bedroom: No
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: yes

2. Studio Superior

A studio superior is one room with a queen size pull-out bed and kitchen facilities, some units offer a deck.  There are limited units available with handicap accessibility.

  •  1 Queen Murphy Bed, 343 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 2
    – Private Bedroom: no
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: yes
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3. Studio Deluxe

A studio deluxe is one room with two queen size pull-out beds and kitchen facilities.

  •  1 Queen Murphy Bed & 1 Queen Sleep Sofa, 415 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 2
    – Private Bedroom: no
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: yes
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4. One Bedroom Suite

A one-bedroom suite has one separate bedroom with a full living area and kitchen facilities, all units offer a deck.

  •  Bedroom with King or Queen Bed & 1 Queen Murphy Bed or Queen Sleep Sofa, 613 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 4
    – Private Bedroom: 1
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: yes
  •  Bedroom with King or Queen Bed & Queen Murphy Bed & Queen Sleep Sofa, 676 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 4
    – Private Bedroom: 1
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: no
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5. One Bedroom Deluxe Combination

A one-bedroom deluxe has one separate bedroom with a full living area and kitchen facilities, some units offer a deck.  This unit is a combination of a standard room and one of the studio units described above.

  • Standard unit combined with a Studio Superior, 686 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 4
    – Private Bedroom: 1
    – Baths: 2
  • Standard unit combined with a Studio Deluxe, 760 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 4
    – Private Bedroom: 1
    – Baths: 2
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6. Two Bedroom Deluxe Combination

A two-bedroom deluxe has two separate bedrooms with a full living area and kitchen facilities, all units offer a deck.  This unit is a combination of the smaller one bedroom suite and studio deluxe, both are described above.

  • One Bedroom Suite combined with a Studio Deluxe, 997 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 6
    – Private Bedroom: 2
    – Baths: 2
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7. Two Bedroom Superior Suite

A two-bedroom superior suite has two separate bedrooms with a living area and kitchen facilities, all units offer a valley view deck and jetted tub. Rental availability is limited.

  • Two private bedrooms with varied bedding & 1 Queen Sleep Sofa, 937 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 6
    – Private Bedroom: 2
    – Baths: 1
    – Adjoining rooms: no
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8. Three Bedroom Suite

A three-bedroom suite has three separate bedrooms with a full living area and kitchen facilities, all units offer two jetted tubs. Rental availability is limited.

  • Three private bedrooms with varied bedding & 1 Queen Sleep Sofa, 1290 sq ft.
    – Maximum guests in room: 8
    – Private Bedroom: 3
    – Baths: 2
    – Adjoining rooms: no

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Note: Photos shown are from the Grand Summit Hotel. Additional photos of each room type are available on the Sunday River site, for both the Summit Hotel, as well as the Jordan Hotel.

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