Looking for a place to stay in Killington? Then look no further than The Mountain Inn, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Killington to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a pool and free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
K1 Express gondola (2.6 mi), located nearby, makes The Mountain Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Killington landmark.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out The Garlic, Domenic's Pizzeria, and Peppino's Ristorante Italino, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Killington Arts Guild Gallery, which is a popular Killington art gallery – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at The Mountain Inn as you experience everything Killington has to offer.
Pros - relatively cheap lodging right across from main lodge (quick shuttle ride, walkable if you don't put ski boots on until lodge), decent enough free breakfast. Friendly staff. Cons: whole place is very dated. Undoubtedly was a great in the 80s... but those days are long gone. pool is nicely heated but small and like everything else way past it's prime. Long version... The place is definitely dated and even the upper end balcony room we stayed in was a bit cramped for 2 adults and 2 kids. The "bathroom" sink was in the corner of the bedroom... Guessing the bathroom actually used to be a closet when people shared common bathroom. Overall it's definitely from the bygone era where skiiers congragated in the common room of the inn they were staying at but this place doesn't staff or stock a bar so cant leverage that feature. But if you're traveling with a bunch of friends you could use those rooms to hang out. The free breakfast is decent enough - eggs are tasteless but waffles and other sides we're good. Staff was friendly. if you're just looking for a relatively reasonablly priced room right across from the mountain it works. it's walkable to lifts if you wear regular shoes and put ski boots on at lodge but if you have kids take the shuttle. Bottom line - fine for a shorter trip but I'd look elsewhere if you're staying a full week or bothered by 80s rustic inn feel. …
We recently stayed at The Mountain Inn on our long weekend trip to Killington, and the location is perfect. Very close to the main ski area with shuttles there every 20-30 min. The staff were so helpful and lovely, and they lent us shovels etc when we needed to dig our car out of the snow. That being said...apparently the 1980 Olympic ski team stayed here at one point, and well, it hasn’t been remodeled since then. The hotel’s restaurant is now closed, and the free breakfast they offer isn’t worth eating. The rooms were clean and of a decent size, but the entire facility could use some new life.
Our first night in the room was great as it was about 15 degrees outside inside was warm and pleasant. However, the next few days dropped below zero. And it felt like our room did too. It was about 40 degrees inside and my shampoo was basically frozen. Woke up several times due to cold. The staff was friendly and gave us extra blankets but it was pretty cold. The breakfast is mediocre and it snowed and they plowed in our car and we had to shovel it out. Overall meh. The location was great as it was close to everything but I hate being cold and made it a dealbreaker for me.
I wanted to shout out and say thank you to Mountain Inn for agreeing to cancel my non-refundable reservation without a penalty. I was in a car accident several days before my planned trip. The MtInn graciously cancelled. Thanks for understanding!
Let’s start with the positive: the staff was very nice and accommodating, the location was good with a shuttle bus to Snowshed right outside the door, and the Inn had a heated outdoor pool, a nice den with a fireplace and a free (albeit very basic) breakfast. While some of the common areas were rustic and a little old feeling, we found that charming. The problem for us was our room. Before going into the bad, please note that there seems to be a disparity from room to room. Another couple we know also stayed here and paid extra for their room and had no complaints. However, our bed was just horrible from the old mattress to the rough, flowery comforter (a feature missing from the better rooms). It felt like we were sleeping directly on top of the mattress without any padding/ mattress cover. The room also only had three flat, lumpy pillows. Also, the prior reviews are right about the thin walls and the loud mini fridges. The exit doors slam very loudly too which can be jarring in light of the thin walls. This Inn could be a lot better if it worked on a few basic elements. In the meantime if you are going to stay here opt to pay a little extra for the better room if you can. …