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The beds are amazing. I don't know what linens they use but they were the most beautiful sheets I've ever slept in. Bathrooms are gorgeous. The pool and resort are quite beautiful and I can't wait to come back in the winter, when I think it will be even more fun.
Our stay felt slightly like an off-season experience. It was a little quiet but more than that, there was only one bath towel in the bathroom, and lots of empty trays were maybe soaps and things should have been. Also, I placed a room service order and received something completely different when the food arrived, turns out we had an old menu from last year. Finally, I opened the fridge to put things into, and there were 2 containers of takeout left in it. It just seemed like they were short staffed or something. I definitely expected Stowe Mountain Lodge to be on point with details like this and they weren't. Finally, upon check in we didn't receive any information regarding amenities, restaurants, etc. not very welcoming at the front desk, which they need to work on otherwise you get the sense they just want to run your credit card and that's about it. Valet and bell service is outstanding however.
The friendly staff and customer service are second to none. We've stayed in many nice hotels and we've never seen such friendly staff anywhere else. The hotel was wonderful and we'll never stay anywhere else in Stowe!
We loved the hotel and all the amenities. We had a beautiful room with a good view and enjoyed some down time. All the staff could not have been friendlier, even just passing in the hallways.
The only disappointing experience I had was that, in this being a leisure trip trip and having the room we did for the money I was looking forward to a little extra relaxing sleeping time in the morning. The main point of the getaway trip was to leave the working world and busy schedule behind to relax. However the room next to ours has young kids that were screaming at 6:00am, and out on the patio being extremely loud, We finally gave in after 40 minutes and realized that we had to get up at 6:40. I thought for the amount of money being spent a night that something like that would have been avoided or more controlled.
world class accommodation in a ski in ski out location with contemporary design and good food and service
Room and dog amenities
The hotel is great, clean, spacious and comfortable.
The service was friendly and extremely courteous. The pool was gorgeous. I appreciated the dedicated lap lane. The spa was beautiful.
We had asked for two beds in the room. we got a king bed and a sofa bed. The sofa bed was "OK" with the addition of a pillowtop mattress on it , but it was still not great. It would have been nice to have been gieven the 2 beds we requested.
We went on a get-away weekend and couldn't have been happier with our accommodations. SML was awesome! Highly recommend.
The Hotel is certainly very well appointed and offers luxury accomodation. The room was perfect, very comfortable. We liked the ease of dropping off our skis & boots before going to our room. The spa is first class.
The restaurant lacks intimacy and has little atmosphere despite the very good food & service.
Experience Stowe at its finest at Stowe Mountain Lodge. Few New England destinations compare to Stowe, Vermont, world-renowned for its majestic snow capped mountains and incredible skiing and snowboarding. Stowe Mountain Lodge is one of America's most renowned ski resorts, with a location that is simply unrivaled. The venue was built at the base of Stowe Mountain Resort, below Mount Mansfield, one of the state's most popular destinations.
This five-star award winning resort offers visitors the ultimate in comfort, with 350 guest rooms and suites, private and club residences and mountain cabins. All rooms are luxuriously appointed and beautifully furnished; residences and cabins are fully furnished, with bi-level and four or five bedrooms for a true home-away-from-home look and feel.
The lodge features some of Stowe's most esteemed dining, including Solstice Restaurant and Hourglass Lounge, showcasing Vermont-inspired artisan dining at its most elegant and approachable, showcasing locally-sourced, handcrafted organic fare and regional craft beers. The venue also features an artisan market and cafe plus a poolside bar, open during the summer months.
Summers at Stowe Mountain Lodge are as fun as winter, with a 36-hole golf course and an olympic-sized heated outdoor pool on the premises.
All year round, guests can take advantage of the lodge's onsite full-service 21,000 square foot spa, featuring 18 private treatment rooms, as well as the Wellness Center, a state-of-the-art fitness center featuring everything from cardio to yoga classes, as well as dozens of indoor treadmills, ellipticals, rowing machines and more. Guests can enjoy complimentary access to jacuzzi tubs, the outdoor heated pool and fitness center.
With its breathtaking beauty, Stowe Mountain Lodge is an ideal venue for business retreats and weddings, with over 56,000 square feet of flexible space, two full ballrooms and multiple outdoor settings for gatherings of all sizes.
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All existing The Lodge at Spruce Peak reservations made before April 1, 2020 that are for arrivals through June 30, 2020 can be changed or canceled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. Any The Lodge at Spruce Peak reservation you make between April 2, 2020 and June 30, 2020 – for any future arrival date – can be changed or canceled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. For more information, visit the Hyatt Response to COVID-19 page.
If you would like to stay in a particularly comfortable room that offers a variety of amenities, select the Timberline Studio, which has a private balcony, fully equipped kitchenette, and a beautifully done marble bathroom that contains a separate sink-in tub. For those that will be staying at the Lodge At Spruce Peak with their family, choose the Ridgeline One Bedroom Suite, which has a standard kitchen, a pull-out sofa bed, and scenic views of the nearby mountains.
The spa at the Lodge At Spruce Peak is a popular destination that offers a wide selection of both innovative and classic spa services. To exfoliate your body and receive a relaxing massage, reserve the Stowe Cider Uber Scrub service, which costs around $300 and consists of 100m of pampering. The Rock Art Sacred Brew-ty is another popular treatment among guests, as it uses beer to moisturize and purify your hair, costing approximately $175 for an 80m treatment. You can also receive classic massages, such as a relaxing Swedish massage, with prices ranging from 25 to 100m depending on how long you would like your service to last.
The Lodge At Spruce Peak has several venues that guests can choose from when hosting their wedding ceremony and reception, including the 3,500 sq ft Banquet Terrace, the cozy cottage, and the 1,000 sq ft White Pines lodge. The hotel’s on-site wedding coordinator can work with you to create your ideal wedding package, with amenities including decorations, 3-course meals, a photographer, and flowers.
If you enjoy wine, make sure to book a tour that will take you to the historic Boyden Valley Winery, such as the guided Bike and Brew excursion. To try some of the local delicacies from the area, opt for the Taste of Vermont tour which will give you samples of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, Cabot Cheddar cheese, and Green Mountain Coffee. For those that particularly like adventure, the Tree Top Adventure is a popular choice among guests at the Lodge At Spruce Peak, as it allows participants to compete in over 60 challenges and games within the canopy of the Mansfield forest.
Due to the extensive distance between the two locations, it is easiest to either rent your own car or take a taxi to go from Burlington International Airport to the Lodge At Spruce Peak. Depending on the weather conditions at the time, the drive will take between 55 to 1h 10m. If you decide to grab an Uber instead of taking a traditional taxi, the fare will be approximately $65 to $85 for a normal vehicle, and around $125 to $165 for a larger car, such as an SUV. (Prices checked 16/05/19).
The Lodge at Spruce Peak is located at 7412 Mountain Road, 6.5 miles from the center of Stowe. Over Easy Transfer Gondola is the closest landmark to The Lodge at Spruce Peak.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at The Lodge at Spruce Peak.
Yes, The Lodge at Spruce Peak offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Lodge at Spruce Peak does not offer free parking.
No, The Lodge at Spruce Peak does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Lodge at Spruce Peak is 18.7 miles from Burlington. The Lodge at Spruce Peak is 34.7 miles from Plattsburgh Intl.
Yes, The Lodge at Spruce Peak is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Lodge at Spruce Peak has a pool onsite.
The Lodge at Spruce Peak has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.