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Delton Oaks Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI

Delton Oaks Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI

Specialties

New Ownership in 2015.  Located right on Beautiful Lake Delton.  Renovations include newly renovated floors, bathrooms, and freshly painted rooms in all lakeside units.  Free passes to Noahs Ark included with each registered guest.  Now offering both pet and pet free rooms.  We are committed to providing you with a great location and superb customer service.  Give us a try we promise you won't be disappointed.

History

Established in 1948.

First opened in 1948, Delton Oaks Resort is a classic Wisconsin resort motor lodge nestled on a quiet road on the sandy shore of Lake Delton in Wisconsin Dells. One of only two such independent properties remaining in Lake Delton, in 2015 the property was purchased by Clement and Michelle Greco, who are continuing to renovate the property in order to continue what has become a Wisconsin Dells tradition for hundreds of families.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 2.00

Address: 730 E Hiawatha Dr, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 53965
  • Mon: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tue: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wed: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thu: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sat: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sun: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Comments (1):

1. Stacey L.
This review is specifically for the Delton Oaks Alpine Lodge: deltonoaks.com/alpine-lo…

Located across the street and up the road from the resort, the Alpine Lodge is an alright, fairly affordable (in Dells terms) place to stay if you don't want to worry about sleeping neighbors or renting blocks of rooms for a large group.

Upsides:
+ large - the beds/daybeds will sleep 14, and there's plenty of floor space for air mattresses and sleeping bags
+ full-size appliances, including a free washer and dryer
+ across the street from the lake and down the street from the pool
+ cable, stereo, and a selection of dubbed VHS tapes with classics like Short Circuit 2 and Dirty Dancing

Downsides:
- management rolls on the cheap side: for three nights and twenty people they left us one bar of soap, one mini shampoo bottle, and two rolls of toilet paper per bathroom. We were able to score more TP from the office, but I've more products readily available in a standard hotel room meant for two people.
- speaking of the bathrooms, there are three, but two are in the bedrooms upstairs. The bathroom is open to the bedroom (half wall, no door), and the doors to the bedrooms don't lock. If it's just you and someone you're comfortable showering/using the toilet in front of, no big deal, but with tons of people needing to go in and out, it was a little disconcerting.
- you are responsible for cleaning up, washing dishes, taking out the trash, and washing towels. Not a huge deal, but part of vacation fun is not having to worry about that sort of thing.
- Checkout is 10 am, no exceptions. Once again, not a huge deal, but kind of an inconvenience if you are up late Saturday or aren't raring to hit town first thing in the morning.

In any case, with twenty of us it ended up being about $35/night, so hooray for that. You're not going to get luxury, but if you want to house a bunch of people on the cheap and don't mind putting in some elbow grease on the way out, this may be just the place for you.

02/08/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0