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Great Wolf Lodge Mason undergoing $8 million renovation

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It definitely needs a modern facelift to get rid of the tan colors on the interior and give it a refresh.

We were just there before they closed for a week of “maintenance”. I hope they worked on the water park. Several things weren’t working correctly and needed some TLC and the paint was looking rough in places.

They did remodel most of the restrooms since last year, so they look good and are more functional.

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It's good to see the guestrooms being refreshed. They were still pretty nice, but they were definitely due for a remodel considering the price they sell for.

1 hour ago, Fitzcoasts14 said:

Hoping this renovation involves getting rid of the bedbugs...

Bedbugs affect all types of hotels, from Motel 6 to Four Seasons. Part of the risk of having different guests bring their stuff into the rooms every night. The first thing I do when entering any hotel room is to check the mattresses and behind furniture for signs of bedbugs.

GWL follows industry best practices for detecting and eliminating infestations.

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5 hours ago, fyrfyter said:

It definitely needs a modern facelift to get rid of the tan colors on the interior and give it a refresh.

We were just there before they closed for a week of “maintenance”. I hope they worked on the water park. Several things weren’t working correctly and needed some TLC and the paint was looking rough in places.

They did remodel most of the restrooms since last year, so they look good and are more functional.

Fixing water park stuff is a big thing for their shutdown week. Unfortunately it doesn’t have an off-season like most water parks so many things that break over the course of the year have to wait until shutdown week when the pools and pumps are drained to be fixed.

3 hours ago, malem said:

It's good to see the guestrooms being refreshed. They were still pretty nice, but they were definitely due for a remodel considering the price they sell for.

Bedbugs affect all types of hotels, from Motel 6 to Four Seasons. Part of the risk of having different guests bring their stuff into the rooms every night. The first thing I do when entering any hotel room is to check the mattresses and behind furniture for signs of bedbugs.

GWL follows industry best practices for detecting and eliminating infestations.

For the record, also, Great Wolf Lodge Mason has never had a bed bug problem that is on a larger scale than the typical challenges for a 400+ room hotel.

To say they follow “best industry practices” is an understatement. They have a full time exterminator on staff to ensure that any issue they have does not get out of hand.

Rumors surface every few years of a massive bedbug problem but these always surface when people see dumpsters full of mattresses in the parking lot, in which all of the mattresses are replaced cyclically anyway. 

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