Ants in room Restaurant Food overpriced and poor quality. Very disappointed More geared towards optimizing hotel profits than customer service and quality Not much more to add We went there in the winter. Love the location. Great slope side in/out. Has potential but needs new management focused on customer service/quality rather than profits. Don’t mind paying extra if it’s worth it!
I went yo Spruce Peak for a convention in April 2022. Pulling up to the hotel was stunning! The staff and food were excellent. I am planning on going back for a stay with my wife. I would highly recommend staying here. Even if you don't ski it is a beautiful place to visit.
Beautiful room as always, staff are very friendly and accommodating we traveled with our dog and it was very nice to see so many others traveling with theirs as well. We had a king sized bed, sofa bed and a small kitchenette and a small fridge in our room.
Ridgeline one bedroom suite for 2 nights. Wasn’t overly impressed when I was placed on the 2nd floor after paying the one of the highest rates for a single bed unit on the property. Poor bar service..
We stayed at the Lodge at Spruce Peak on Easter weekend 2022, and thought it was just ok. The Staff was friendly, courteous and responsive. Our daughter got sick and we had to leave early and they let us out of the last day which they technically didnt have to do. The onsite restaurants while pricey were very good. Also the location near the lifts was nice as well. With that said, the place looked tired: for example the floors showed alot of wear and tear, the furniture looked really dated, and the fireplace didnt work. However, what really irked me was the extra charges: $40 per day for a resort fee (which I assume was the right to swim in the pool, and a $16 per day community assessment fee. No one likes being played, so getting quoted a rate and then being charged an extra 15% on top of it for mandatory items is being played and does not engender good will. Also, while the restaurants were expensive, the quality was good, so it is acceptable. Getting charged over $5 for a hot tea at the carryout pantry, however, is not.…
We absolutely love the lodge at spruce peak! Couldn’t ask for better staff or a better location when coming to Stowe! The staff is always helpful and remembers the small stuff. The rooms are comfortable and relaxing. We cannot wait to go back to Stowe soon!
We stayed at the beautiful Lodge at Spruce Peak for a spring skiing get away. It was fantastic. The hotel is stunning, the staff are all friendly and attentive. Upon arrival they whisk your skis off to the ski valet, and bring them out each morning for you to ski. It could not be any more convenient to ski! The outdoor pool and hot tubs are a treat after a day of skiing. We ate at one of the two on-site restaurants, Alpine Hall, and it was really good.
Very nice place, awesome skiing, the staff was so helpful and top notch ,great ski valet room to store your skis and boots. So cool to just walk outside and get on the Gondola across to the ski slopes.
After more than a decade, returning to the Northeast to ski, I was delighted to find Spruce Peak. It is the best in Stowe. Set in a gorgeous setting at the football of eponymous mountain, A beautiful log architecture welcomes you. The staff is even more welcoming. Inhouse restaurants Alpine Hall and Tipsy Trout offer fine dining that are among Vermont's finest. The resort is in the village that offer many other superb dining and shopping. Hotel itself boasts a decent ski outfitter and a fantastic Spa. Go for it.
Great hotel! You ski right in. Everyone was very nice and accommodating. Room had a fireplace! Accommodations were nice. The village is great - highly recommend whistle pig - they have great beer, whiskey, and they coook everything over an incredible raging fire.