HOW DOES THE SNOWSHOE MOUNTAIN RESERVATION AND ROTATION SYSTEM WORK?
Lodging at Snowshoe Mountain is broken down into neighborhoods with each neighborhood offering something different from the next. Within each neighborhood, the complexes are broken down into superior, deluxe, standard, and economy categories based on the amenities offered in that particular complex. Within each complex, unit types range from standard and studio units to 1-2-3 and 4 bedroom condos and town homes. Each unit is assigned a letter indicating the unit specific rating. They are E - Economy, S - Standard, D - Deluxe, and P - Superior. It is important to remember that the guest is made aware of the unit rating. Please see below for more information on complex ratings and unit types.

DESCRIPTION OF RATINGS
A description of our rating designations is provided below:

SUPERIOR
This designation is reserved for exceptional accommodations and unique, luxurious
properties. These properties are superior in all aspects and are more complete than other designations.
The furnishings may be professionally designed and the décor and design theme is coordinated throughout the unit. All areas and amenities in all rooms of the unit are of the highest quality, with virtually no inconsistencies.

DELUXE
Reserved for units in which furnishings and accessories are modern and in good condition. Furnishings are attractive and well-coordinated, represent current design trends, and include newer top quality kitchens and baths. There is a noticeable upgrade in the furnishings and décor.

STANDARD
This represents the minimum standard that we recommend all units achieve. Units are
well maintained and most furnishings are modern and in good condition. The property may have some non-major items or areas that need improvement. Accommodations are comfortable, inviting, and reflect most current styles. Furnishings may show slight wear, but overall the decor is attractive, although, not as consistent or well-coordinated as higher rating levels.

ECONOMY
Units with this rating are comfortable but have a few areas that need improvement.
While some decorating theme may be apparent, furnishings are generally older, less
complete, and do not consistently reflect current decorating trends. Furnishings are not
fully coordinated, show greater signs of wear and may not be particularly high quality but everything is in acceptable condition. Generally, greater owner involvement is recommended. An Economy unit
offers a very basic lodging experience.

UNIT TYPE DESCRIPTIONS:
  • Standard: Unit sleeps up to 2 people.
  • Junior Studio: Unit sleeps up to 4 people.
  • Studio: Unit sleeps up to 4 people.
  • One Bedroom: Unit sleeps up to 4 people.
  • Two Bedroom: Unit sleeps up to 6 people.
  • Three Bedroom: Unit sleeps up to 8 people.
  • Four Bedroom: Unit sleeps up to 10 people.

Guests calling into the Snowshoe Mountain reservation center fall into one of two categories, returning guests who know where they want to stay and first time visitors. Returning guests are matched with their requests for neighborhood, complex, unit type, and very often-specific room. First time visitors are asked a list of qualifying questions to ascertain preference and price range. The answers to these questions assist our sales representatives to suggest specific neighborhoods and unit types that meet the caller's needs, wants and desires.


The purpose of a rental rotation system is to maintain parity among like unit types in the same complex, for example 1 bedroom Seneca units. The resort uses a rental rotation system that is point based. Each occupied night counts as one point, the unit with the least points are rotated to the top of the available list within the unit-rating category. Owner occupied nights count as 1 point per occupied night during the winter season. During the summer season, the system will calculate owner stays at 0 points and that unit will maintain its position in the rotation pending a rental guest. The Owner Use Calendars will indicate the start and end dates of the 0 point months.

HOW OFTEN WILL OUR CONDOMINIUM BE RENTED?
We cannot in any way predict or guarantee occupancies or revenues; however, we can give average figures based on historical information. It is our goal to help drive occupancy by actively marketing to meeting planners that are an excellent source of business meetings and conferences, rounding our occupancy throughout the year, especially during the quieter periods.

HOW MUCH CAN THE OWNER USE THE CONDOMINIUM? ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS? WHAT IS THE BOOKING POLICY?

As far as Snowshoe Mountain is concerned, the Owner can use the unit as much as he/she wants. Please log into the owner's portal to request your dates. If you would like to make a reservation with more reduced notice, you can e-mail in a request.

HOW OFTEN DO I RECEIVE STATEMENTS FOR MY UNIT?

Revenue statements are sent to you monthly along with your revenue check for the prior month's activity.