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Wyndham Pagosa

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Fairfield Pagosa - Lake

User Rating:
4.5 out of 5 / 17 reviews (rate it)

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Description

Bordered by 2.3 million acres of the San Juan National Forest, Wyndham Pagosa is a complete recreational community located in the mountains of southwestern Colorado. Tennis courts, two golf courses, and a family complex featuring an Olympic-size indoor pool, a weight room, game room, and racquetball courts are all on site. In winter, a daily shuttle to the Wolf Creek ski area is offered. Cross-country skiing with rental equipment is also available.

Formerly known as Fairfield Pagosa.

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Wyndham Pagosa
42 Pinon Causeway, POB 4040
Pagosa Springs, Colorado 81157 map it
Features & Amenities

On-Site

  • Children's Pool
  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Fishing
  • Game Room
  • Golf
  • Handicap Accessible Units
  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Kid Friendly
  • Lake
  • Laundry Room
  • Playground Area
  • Racquetball
  • Restaurant
  • Tennis
  • Whirlpool/Hot Tub

Nearby

  • Casino (25 miles)
  • Downhill Skiing (25 miles)
  • Grocery Store (3 miles)
  • Horseback Riding (4 miles)
  • Medical Facilities
  • Ski School (25 miles)
  • Water Skiing (25 miles)

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Member Reviews
  • Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Resort Location: 5 out of 5
  • Staff/Service: 5 out of 5
  • Cleanliness: 4 out of 5
  • Sleep Comfort: 5 out of 5
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  • User: michaelr844

What a beautiful location! I have stayed at this resort twice in the last 3 years, once over the 4th of July Holiday with my aunt/uncle and once in Oct. with my parents and another set of aunt/uncles who live in CO year-around. Everyone loved this location and all want to go back to this place and stay again every 2 years! NONE OF US SKi or Golf, but it has a great mountain location -- though it is very remote. Nearest airport with commerical service is Durango. We had snow here in mid-Oct. -- so be warned, pack warm clothing as temperatures can be extreme hot or cold either way -- but wow!!! The views here are just majestic! We had a one bedroom /one bath during our first stay, but also had a pull-out murphy bed, and twin pullout sleeper sofa in the living room. our unit was a lockout but we only used one side -- the unit was older but HUGE. About 1200 sq ft. The bedroom was a king and we had our own washer /dryer, kitchen, smaller dining area and living room -- fireplace was included. Just one bathroom for up to 6 people though -- luckily we only had 3 for that stay. Shower/Tub combo. Adequate kitchen -- lots of dishes and utensils included. our Room keys accessed a shared back area -- with a 10 person hot -tub. It looked out to the mountains and to the golf course!!! Very nice bonus. Never met our neighbors. nor heard them during our entire stay over the Fourth of July -- it was very busy and every unit was fulll -- but check-in and staff were extremely polite and accomodating. 2nd trip was a year later and in October -- near the last week but not over Halloween. It snowed! We explored the hot springs, downtown areas -- great restaurants here!!! We also did the mountain train experience -- wonderful steam engines and wonderful mountain views with lots of wildlife too! We also saw the falls on the way up to the Wolf Creek Ski area. Also saw the continental divide here as well -- and hiked around that area for a few hours! So much to see and do in this area -- you'll need 2-3 weeks just to see everything. Not to be missed -- on the way back from the Ski area there is a pull-off scenic highway view as you go down the mountain towards Pagosa -- pull over!!! IT has a 5000-6000 ft drop-off that overlooks the entire city and valley -- absolutely breath-taking and not to be missed!


  • Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Resort Location: 5 out of 5
  • Staff/Service: 5 out of 5
  • Cleanliness: 5 out of 5
  • Sleep Comfort: 5 out of 5
  • Avatar for rachel487
  • User: rachel487

  • Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Resort Location: 4 out of 5
  • Staff/Service: 5 out of 5
  • Cleanliness: 5 out of 5
  • Sleep Comfort: 4 out of 5
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  • User: mummaredweek

We are neither skiers nor golfers, and we love Pagosa. The activities at the resort blew us away--watercolor pencils, calligraphy, line dancing, orienteering, and more. We hiked the mountains, spent a day in the 20+ mineral spring pools, and ate wonderfully well at the restaurants. The resort is back from the road on a quiet lake, but all the restaurants on the road are within walking distance. The units are separate cabins, so there are stairs, but it also means views from all directions. We really recommend Pagosa!


  • Overall Rating: 2 out of 5
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  • User: jans140

Nice resort but be careful--you don't necessarily get the type of unit which your confirmation sheet indicates! Some accommodations are MUCH nicer than others!!!!


  • Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Avatar for davidd439
  • User: davidd439

Unbelievable, what a great resort run by fantastic people. Everyone was so nice and we got a hair dryier that had been lifted from our unit without delay. Also, picked up a humidifier from the office, SWEET! It is really dry up in the mountains. Purgatory is nic and we even went up in the mountains to Silverton but Wolf Creek Ski Resort is so convenient and so nice that it is the obvious choice. Went week 7 and enjoyed beautiful weather and wide open roads. (Great becaus sometimes it gets difficult or impossible in the mountain passes after a foot or so. Went on the narrow gauge steam train up the mountain and had a great time. The fellow passengers were more interesting than the breaathtaking views so I guess you know the passengers were the greatest.

The resort units are spacious and well insulated and still have formica countertops and small TVs. However, we were up there to ski and sight see and read books by the fireplace and did turn the TV on except to catch the weather.

The ride through the mountains on the well laid out 4 lane HWY from Albq through Durango to Pagosa Springs was beautiful as even in the Winter the rock formations and the color of the mountains just leaves you in awe of the majesty and wondering how this could have been formed.

This was my first time in Pagosa Springs but I am already looking forward to snowboarding next year with the Grandkids during my week 7 at the Eagles Loft!


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