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Wisconsin Dells Hotels: Travelers' choice Top 10 Best hotels in Wisconsin Dells WI
Machi Perrin: He drunk asf. These broke ass MOTELS
Irma Cosio: sike
Rigid Phoenix: I've been to Wisconsin hundreds of times and the top three in my opinion is paradise, wilderness, and kalihari
Nikki Liebert: sorry but wilderness resort is the best my favorite would be none of them
Nikki Liebert: and these are not the best hotels
Nikki Liebert: you didn't even announce wilderness or mt. olympus or great wolf lodge i don't like the great wolf lodge but great wolf lodge is better than these motels this list is very very dissaponing
Hyperstrike: That's because these mega-hotels are big enough that they simply are incapable of expending the same amount of care to visitors that smaller establishments do.\n\nLook at the Kalahari. The Wisconsin Kalahari is their third largest facility and it's over 600,000 square feet, over half a mile long and there are 756 rooms.\n\nAnd, being larger, they subject to more problems than smaller establishment, a higher incidence (though not per-capita) of jerk-ass patrons, GOD FORBID it's a bedbug outbreak…\nAnd when you're charging $300-400 a night…people expect more.\n\nSo it's not that they large places get more fewer good reviews. They just get more bad reviews.\n\nSame thing goes for Great Wolf.\n\nAnd Mount Olympus has it's own problems. Because while Rome itself is a big hotel. The majority of the "facility" is comprised of bought-out smaller motels.\nAnd if they ran them INDIVIDUALLY, that'd be one thing.\nBut no, they basically tore out all the pools at these places and now if you want to swim you have to go down to Rome, fight for parking and swim there.\nIf you want to just relax by a pool, you don't go to Mount Olympus.\n\nAnd, Mount Olympus is basically running on a 30% occupancy rate, in-season, EVEN WITH DEEPLY DISCOUNTED ROOMS.\n\nThey're simply too big to fill up, and too big to care about individual clients. They've over-extended themselves.\n\nSo, if they don't turn it around, they're eventually going to go under.\n\nIf that happens, it's going to a big chunk of the Dells and three quarters of Route 12 under and turn the area into a ghost town.\n\nCan The Dells absorb that kind of blight?
PrimusVsUnicron: You guys do know that half of the hotels and motels in Wisconsin Dells are owned by Mt. Olympus
Irma Cosio: PrimusVsUnicron no
3 Locos: I'd say this list was overall very disappointing. These are mainly motels. In addition to that, no these motels really have that great of amenities. Hotels there are far superior ones in the area, some of which are equal went and priced these motels.