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Parking and location Room didn't have air conditioning
It was a little small and only had a community refrigerator but still very nice place to stay
Friendly staff, self-baked waffles included with breakfast. Easy to find, quiet. TV is up high facing the bed. Ideally lower and facing the table and chairs in the corner for those staying up late to watch.
Very homy. Staff very personable. Jacuzzi. Less than 10 minutes away from the mountain. My room REEKED of weed; fresh weed. Not that I hate weed or anything, just didn't want to experience it to that moment. I'm sure if I brought it to the staffs attention I would have gotten a different room though. Didn't want to cause any trouble.
The atmosphere was all about service and customer satisfaction. We were always greeted with kindness and concern that our needs were being met. Parking was perfect and the hotel layout was easy to navigate and was well marked. The food was excellent. It would have been nice to get a newly updated room, but our room was clean and pleasant just the same. I would have spent more time in the common room had the fire been burning more frequently.
The hotel staff were excellent as was the breakfast we were served. The room and bath were minimal, but overall adequate.
My husband and I got married at Echo Lake Inn and we can't say enough wonderful things about it! As a courtesy the entire Inn was reserved for the weekend for us exclusively. The food, location, setting, service, and absolutely everything was beyond perfect! Our guests (and us too) were all treated like family, and we felt like celebrities! It was wonderful to have everyone together in once place. The front porch was the place to be- we spent more time there than anywhere else! Laurence, the Innkeeper, was so wonderful to us and helped me with absolutely everything, and Neil was the most attentive and wonderful man (always making sure I was happy and had whatever I needed or wanted). We were so in love with our Luxury King Suite that we booked an extra night! We will absolutely be going back to celebrate our anniversary, and I know my friends and family will be going back as they just fell in love with the Inn too.
My husband and I were married at the Echo Lake Inn. From the first moment I started working with the Innkeeper Laurance and the wedding planner Ruxana I ran into NOT once single issue. Every request was met quickly and exceeded my expectation. The cost is very affordable, both the rooms and the wedding. The location, food, and staff are amazing and the environment is so welcoming you don't want to leave. My guests had nothing but wonderful complliments about the food, service and beauty of the wedding and staff. My wedding was completetly error free due to the attention to detail and professionalism at the Inn. Laurance made our day perfect and for that I will always be grateful. My husband and I have decided to return very frequently for dinners, weekend getaways and of course our anniversaries (and we live 20 minutes away)
Lovely bed and breakfast. Mike, Barb and their dog Burt were awesome hosts. They were very accommdating and wanted to make sure we were relaxed and had a good time. Like other bed and breakfasts, there's a shared bathroom. But you only share with one other guest room since they only two suites at any given night. The other room was empty, so we actually had the bathroom to ourselves.
Beautiful hotel with incredibly friendly staff willing to talk about great places to enjoy in the local area. Really authentic feel to the hotel. Community centered as microwave and refrigerator were in the main lobby. Beautiful woodwork and ATD :) Only downfall was the bed was a bit uncomfortable and lopsided.
The owners are clearly in love with the area and are very enthusiastic about sharing it. Very personable. Cute, cozy room.
Perfectly located less than one mile from Okemo and directly on the shuttle route. Michael, Irene, and Marlowe are very welcoming. My polite, quiet 8 year old son was very welcome and enjoyed himself. However, this is a quiet B&B and rambunctious children would be bored. Nothing. Liked it all.
The hotel was impeccably decorated and one of the innkeepers we met was very personable. The bed was super comfortable and the heated floors in the bathrooms were very nice. The breakfast was an exquisite continental. We enjoyed the lake. There was a lot of light peeking through the door cracks from the hallway and it kept me up, but I just put a shirt over my eyes and it was ok.
The ambiance was inviting, the rooms were so serenely decorated and spotless. It definitely has a Vermont spa feeling. The staff were so accommodating too. We arrived very late at night and they provided a wonderful breakfast late the next morning. A hot breakfast would be a nice addition on the weekends but not necessary.
The proprietor of this establishment tried to charge us for every little item. She also asked people where they were going when they were in the hall. It was as if she was keeping tabs on us. \n\nFor the 'included breakfast' we received a triple shot glass sized orange juice and had to wait forever for lackluster pancakes which didn't even come with any sides.\n\nOur room was represented as a suite with two queen beds and a pull out couch but was nothing more than a small hotel room with two hard full beds. The room also had a distinctly pungent odor and there was a mustard looking stain on the rug. The foulness of the room was only surpassed by the dinginess of the 1970's era pool. The decor was comprised of old puzzles which the proprietor had glued together and framed.
The breakfast was very good and the staff was friendly. The heat was on all the time and the room was hot when we arrived and stayed warm most of the evening. No fan to cool down room. The bed was not comfortable and should be replaced
Lots of hidden charges. Dirty, smelly rooms with holes in walls. Rude front desk staff. Very uncomfortable place to stay.
I disagree with the harsh reviews of this hotel, and found it to be just as I expected from a 3-star hotel. The room was spacious and clean. It was a little worn around the edges, but this is not the Four Seasons. The location is great, just minutes from the Killington base. And the night we were there the lounge had live music, a local singer-songwriter who played a nice set. We enjoyed the free breakfast, which was much better than a typical limited-service hotel breakfast buffet. We will definitely stay here again.
Location easy check in Loud people with dog above us. Made a big deal about signing no pets in our room but the one above us could? It seemed very illogical. For a ski place it seemed insane people would be loud at 1 am when lifts open early rhe next day
Everything! My son a and I had a wonderful time. Thank you, Staff! It rained on the second day.
why would anyone ever stay here more then once. this is the worst place i have ever stayed and i have traveled in 3rd world countries. the mangement was so rude to everyone staying in the hotel like it was a palace instead of run down, smelly, motel. i would have rather splept outside then in our smelly, moldy room. the pool water was a shade of green and the bathrooms were gross.
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Our son is a student at GMC in the Resort program @ Killington. He was working so we wanted to spend Christmas with him. Our room was a King Suite so we had ample room to set up a tiny tree and open presents together. Would have preferred a room mountainside. Was expensive for a one night stay but was the only game in town for one night. Breakfast was a wonderful buffet, had everything you could ask for in a clean, bright dining room. Wish we had had dinner there too! Very cozy bar and lounge area with massive stone fireplace. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff was very hospitable. Didn't get a chance to use the pool. Would stay there again. Thanks for helping making Christmas special!