I've been visiting Winter Park for about 20 years now (at least once a year), after living there for 4 years. We got married up at Sunspot. Our family owned a unit for a while at the Iron Horse, back when that was the nicest place to stay, not to mention the only ski-in/out place. In other words, I know the various places to stay in WP about as well as anyone who's reading this and is looking for a place to stay. When the Zephyr was built, it supplanted the Iron Horse as the nicest place (though the IH retains its distinction as the only mountain side place with an outdoor pool), and certainly trumped it in terms of location, as the Zephyr is actually across from a chairlift (whereas the IH entails a short trip down a catwalk). However, it's been around a while now, and because the units are individually owned, each varies in terms of quality. We stayed in a different Zephyr unit during the summer of 2011, and we weren't too impressed. That unit hadn't been updated at all, and the management wasn't too sympathetic to our concerns (it was managed by Winter Park Resort/the Zephyr front desk, not the Winter Park Lodging Compaany). Accordingly, when booking a place to stay in March of 2013, we were a tad apprehensive about staying at the Zephyr (there are newer, more upscale places to stay in the Winter Park area, but all would entail some driving or other inconvenience). Alas, because we have a 4-year old and an 8-month old, we really wanted to be right at the base (by the lift, a coffee shop, some stores, etc.) and have an elevator, so we took a chance again on the Zephyr. Having already used up most of my permitted review characters, suffice it to say that we were quite pleasantly surprised on this go around. Unit 2307 has recently received some tasteful updates, and felt like a brand new, more upscale place. And we were very happy about the Winter Park Lodging Company, from the booking process through the last day of our visit.