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Jay Peak Resort is open for the spring, summer, winter, and fall seasons. It is a mountain getaway that is close in proximity to Canada and Burlington, providing breathtakingly beautiful views and hiking trails. Lodging is located throughout the property. Visitors can choose between private cottages, condominiums, and townhouses for a more homey feel, as well as one- to three-bedroom suites. During the spring and summer months, guests are invited to take part in a number of events and activities including golf, summer camps, and live entertainment. As the weather turns cooler, Jay Peak Resort has many winter recreations such as Nordic and downhill skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. In addition to the many seasonal activities, the hotel is also home to the popular indoor Pump House Waterpark which features numerous waterslides, wave pools, and arcade games. Throughout the year, the Jay Peak Resort invites visitors to take in live shows and events, some include Two Nights with Everyone Orchestra, the 'Grade A Fancy' Ultimate Frisbee Tournament, the Annual Season Pass Holder's Party, An Evening with Deadgrass and Thanksgiving celebrations. The hotel has a number of places to dine. It offers fulfilling fare from restaurants like Stateside Cafeteria, Sky Haus Deli, and Alice's Table. Visitors have come to know Jay Peak Resort as a wonderful location for the entire family. It has daycare and nursery centers on the property for children and infants. There are also locations throughout the property to host weddings and other receptions that can accommodate between 50 to 250 people.
Pros: I liked the cottage away from the rest of the busy of the hotel. It was quiet and relaxing.
Cons: There are different guide lines when staying in a cottage v. the hotel. A clear definition of what to expect in my conformation email or just any email would have been VERY helpful. Also there was no soap at all in our cottage. Not even in the bathroom. Also all but two of the restaurants in the area were closed the whole time we were there. That would have been nice to know as well.
Pros: Condo was perfect size!
Cons: There were little ants in the bathroom coming out of wall/ floor seam.
Pros: Location was beautiful.
Cons: Very hard to find, especially in the dark! Arrived at one hotel only being told our reservation was at the other location. Never was told in advance there were 2 hotels on property.
Cons: They advertised a swimming pool open until 9 p.m. they close at 7:30 there golf driving range shut down at 7 we had nothing to do the rock climbing place was closed at 7:30 all these places were advertised for later opening
Pros: Great choice of activities
Cons: The restaurant grill house has not enough choice and the food is not so great
Pros: Went off campus for breakfast. Restaurants were poor.
Cons: There was few dining options. The desk clerk talked my ear off. I was tired and just wanted to check in. We didn't make use of the amenities, and yet had to pay the resort fee. A rip off. The signage was not clear. Will not return.
Pros: proximity to ski slopes
Cons: staff not accommodating
Pros: Would be great if they provide a dryer at the Stateside hotel just like the Tramhaus.
Pros: I liked they had a store you could buy drinks and snacks. Good coffee!
Cons: Noise from next door could be heard, had to call twice. Only 1 restaurant. The dinner menu was 25.00 a plate and it did not give you much. The rental for shoes for the climbing was 10.00, so bring sneakers.
Pros: Staff were friendly, the ampitheatre was awesome, tram was added bonus.
Cons: they should not leave water in the room and then charge you if you drink it...not good business
Pros: Happy with the quality
Cons: Not enough towels in the room.