Finding an ideal charming hotel in Jay does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Jay Peak Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at Jay Peak Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool and a lounge while staying at Jay Peak Resort. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Jay Peak Hotel.
If you like pubs, Jay Peak Hotel is conveniently located near Howie’s and Clubhouse Grill.
Jay Peak Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Jay.
Great hard core skiing and lots of friendly guests. Loved being on the border and resort made us feel like we were in Canada and USA at same time. Everything closed early though and unless you’re 21 and enjoy the bars, there’s really nothing to do after slopes close at 4:00. Would’ve loved tubing, sledding or snowmobiling, but there was literally nothing open. (Granted, Covid put a damper on things). Slope side hotel was very spacious and modern and is the top reason I’d consider going back in a few years with a large group. When we arrived at resort, a message about international service appeared on each of our phones It was like our phones got “zapped” and our contact names were erased and it took almost a month after the trip for them to return to normal. It could’ve been a fluke, but the phone issue coupled with lack of activities was enough for us to try a different ski resort next winter.…
We stayed in a one bedroom golf cottage for six nights. The cottage (#4012) was OK, but not great. It was reasonably clean although the rug was pretty stained in some areas. The unit was the very definition of “bare bones” when it came to amenities. With no grills available, there was no real way to cook much of a meal since there was no roasting pan, cookie sheet or anything to use to cook in the oven. There was one frying pan. The hall entry closet had about 6 clothes hangers, but there were none in the bedroom. The number of dishes and glasses were adequate, but not much more. The coffee mugs were very large, but the coffee maker was minuscule. If you wanted two normal sized cups of coffee in the morning, you had to brew two pots. The lighting inside the cottage was terrible. The biggest inconvenience was the bathroom was upstairs, but the bedroom was on the lower level. You had to walk upstairs at night if you needed to use the bathroom. Due to COVID restrictions, we had no housekeeping services which was understandable. We had enough towels, but were only supplied with two small bars of soap and no facial tissues. While it wasn’t terrible, it could have been a lot better.…
My sister and her family and our family traveled here mid week during April vacation from school. We had read all the reviews and expected slow check in, unhelpful customer service, issues with parking, but we had none of that! We were thrilled with our stay and experience at Jay Peak. It is such a beautiful spot and really couldn't be a more fun place for kids who love waterparks! Because of covid, the water park was open for two time slots, 10-2 and then 3-7. This actually worked out perfectly for our families. We spent four hours running around and swimming and water sliding and then hung around our suite.
Hotel Jay was extremely disappointing. We've been skiing at Jay for the last 40 years and the mountain is gorgeous except the front desk staff. The room was not ready and the staff was completely unhelpful. We booked and paid for a penthouse room, but were given a very loud standard room. No housekeeping services and could not get a response from Nicole Provost.
Front desk personal was not friendly or helpful from the moment we arrived. Hotel was 50% full and was given the worst room possible and paid for a King Deluxe. I would never stay at the J Peak Resort again but love the mountain and the restaurant and other service staff on the mountain was excellent. Worst front desk experience I have encountered in my 55 years of travelling.