The Lodge at Spruce Peak

The Lodge at Spruce Peak

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#10 of 22 hotels in Stowe
Location
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Cleanliness
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Service
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Value
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Located at the base of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s tallest peak, The Lodge at Spruce Peak is a luxury ski-in/ski-out, four-season mountain resort featuring a full-service spa, fitness center, heated outdoor pool, multiple dining and retail options, and 36-holes of beautiful mountainside golf. Located in Spruce Peak village, guests enjoy easy access to the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Adventure Center with indoor climbing facility, and seasonal activities including ice skating, zipline, and gondola rides. Our lodge accommodations feature balconies with mountain views, stone fireplaces, kitchens and spacious bathrooms, and range from studios to four bedroom luxury suites. For a more unique experience, expansive, slope-side private residences, condos, and townhomes are also available.
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Property amenities
Valet parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Hiking
Babysitting
Wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Yoga classes
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Fitness classes
Personal trainer
Sauna
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Outdoor dining area
Ski rentals
Ski school
Skiing
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Shuttle bus service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Makeup services
Manicure
Massage
Pedicure
Salon
Waxing services
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Concierge
Convenience store
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Bathrobes
Air conditioning
Additional bathroom
Fireplace
Housekeeping
Kitchenette
Microwave
Flatscreen TV
Private balcony
Room service
Safe
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Iron
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Refrigerator
Room types
Mountain view
Pool view
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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4.5 of 5 bubbles4,143 reviews
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Nestled in a picturesque location, The Lodge at Spruce Peak is lauded for its proximity to the slopes and scenic views. Guests have called out the hotel's extensive amenities, including diverse dining options, a spa, and ski services, although some service inconsistencies and extra fees have been noted. While the atmosphere is consistently described as luxurious and the facilities as immaculate, opinions on value and room experiences vary, with some guests feeling the costs are steep and service can be hit or miss.
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Mixed
Service
Inconsistent
Amenities
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Warren H wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom232 contributions149 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My family and I have been staying at the Lodge for the last eight or nine years in the winter and once in the summer. The service is generally good and the location is amazing. There were a few points that bothered me regarding our stay this week. The first was breakfast. It was average in quality and the wait was on average thirty minutes each morning. The process was handled badly and looked obviously disorganised by a stressed and not overly customer facing staff member. I’ve never experienced this and it really wasn’t good enough for the cost of staying at this resort.

The housekeeping was poor with our room not being serviced until late in the afternoon, usually after 3pm. The toiletries in the bathroom were not replaced during our stay and despite calling housekeeping and asking for our room to be serviced before lunch time and being provided with water this did not happen. Also we rarely received turn down service as they would often come late at night when we were in bed.

Finally to echo another comment on this forum the linens are awful. They are cheap and really not up to standard.

During our stay we were paying the best part of $1000 a night and for this even with the location you cannot drop the ball. Before our stay we had a couple of nights in a Four Seasons hotel which for less money completely blew you away.

It’s time for the Lodge to up its game.....
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from TheLodgeAtSprucePeak, Assistant at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
Responded Feb 24, 2020
Thank you for contacting us about your stay at The Lodge at Spruce Peak. Creating memories and positive experiences is so important to us and we appreciate that you took the time to let us know that you enjoyed our amazing location. I've also noted your other comments as well and will be sharing these with the teams of each department. We are excited to share that our rooms and public areas will be going through full renovation this spring. We hope you’ll return soon to stay with us again! – Your Friends at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
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CA11963 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sag Harbor, New York68 contributions41 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Spent 4 nights here over President's day, 2 nights prior to the busy weekend and then 2 nights during the busy weekend.

Haven't been here in 3 years, and the most notable difference was the food. The food was excellent throughout our stay, breakfast, lunch and dinner. The wines are severely overpriced! I know my wines, and to take 4+ times the cost is bold, especially for higher priced wines. Nevertheless we enjoyed our dinners at Solstice. A compliment to the chef!

Generally, this hotel is overwhelmed when its at capacity simply because they have too many rooms and the facilities are too small. During busy times, such as the President's Day weekend, there's simply not enough room in the lobby to get a drink, have lunch or find a table for dinner at Solstice unless you made a reservation. The staff was extremely friendly but was also simply overwhelmed.

That said, I made reservations for each night at Solstice for dinner through the concierge ahead of time, 3 out of the 4 reservations were in the system, 1 was missed, something that shouldn't happen.

As for the rooms, they're nicely appointed, clean, well sized and have a comfortable bed, but for skiers, there's not enough room to store and hang all your ski gear. There's 1 dresser and that's about it. Yet there's an oversized desk nobody really needs. A real down fall was the key system. We had to go to the front desk 5 times in the first 2 days to have our keys replaced because it's an old magnetic system, and basically if you don't keep the key entirely separate, it won't work. I'm not even talking about a phone, I'm talking close to your wallet, Epic pass, anything close to your key, and it's no longer working. This needs serious addressing by the property especially if your walk back to the front desk is 5 minutes!

The ski concierge is great! The guys working there do a great job!!!

As for eco friendly, the water in the lobby is provided in plastic cups and tea, coffee, etc is served in paper cups. Neither should a luxury mountain resort use plastic cups nor should it serve a $7 tea in paper cups unless I ask for it.

There's many aspects of this resort that deserve 5 points, however for the price paid $1k+ per night for a Studio, I should expect everything to be flawless like similar resorts in the Rockies or abroad that are also able to handle busy weekends!

This is as good as it gets on the East Coast for skiing, great mountain, Epic Pass is a great addition for Stowe, grooming is fantastic, and this hotel is the best in the East for skiing! I just hope management would work just a little harder to justify the prices with the few shortcomings.
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Date of stay: February 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Mountain View (of course)
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Response from TheLodgeAtSprucePeak, Assistant at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
Responded Feb 18, 2020
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on your stay at The Lodge at Spruce Peak. We’re so glad you enjoyed your dinners at Solstice and your positive interactions with our staff. I appreciate your feedback on other aspects of your stay and will certainly be sharing it with our team. We look forward to seeing you at the Lodge again soon. – Your Friends at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
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David B wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York2 contributions6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We just left a fun ski weekend at the Lodge. Great location, great ski valet, great housekeeping. Rooms have little kitchens which is very nice. And great kids activities.

First problem is the number of guests was too many for the hotel staff and servers to handle. They try, but they are overwhelmed. It’s sheer chaos and mess in the lobby after 4pm. Compare this to top resorts in Deer Valley and Beaver Creek, where the staff to guest ratio is more appropriate for a luxury hotel.

Second problem is the hotel is overrun with dogs. They are barking during the night, sitting on furniture in the common areas, licking the dining tables and water pitchers, and lunging at the food that this being served to others. I’m not sure why there are dogs allowed in rooms where food and drink are served - but the staff seemed all too accommodating of the dog owners, and not concerned with the comfort of other guests. Indeed, there was even a dog urinating next to the outdoor jacuzzi while the owners watched without batting an eye.

Add some more service staff and get rid of the dogs and it would be a 5 star hotel.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from TheLodgeAtSprucePeak, Assistant at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
Responded Feb 20, 2020
Thank you for staying with us at the Lodge at Spruce Peak. We appreciate that you took the time to provide us with feedback regarding your stay and that you enjoyed our great location, great ski valet, and great housekeeping team. We want each and every guest to have a great experience when staying at The Lodge at Spruce Peak. – Your Friends at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
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qms wrote a review Jan 2020
Wilmington, North Carolina17 contributions3 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We were really excited to come to Vermont to ski and have a family getaway. I spent a lot of time researching skiing on the east coast as we normally go out west. We thought we’d give Stowe and Spruce Peak a shot. We were very disappointed. We realize this is an extremely busy time of year but for $1k plus a night, for a one bedroom suite, we expected much more. I sympathized with the staff being overwhelmed but we felt as though we were an inconvenience when asking for an extra towel or simply ordering in-room dining. The room was very basic, no closet space at all. I will say it was very clean and we appreciated that. The in-room dining took 90 minutes to receive cold food for our hungry children and no explanation was given. Most of the staff seemed overwhelmed and underprepared, not their fault, they needed more help.

Some of the pieces that make a resort great were there, the skating rink, children’s activities, variety in dining, were on point. There is potential here but the service really needs improvement. In the future we will go back out west where we feel our money is better spent and our experiences have been much better.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Supermazelman wrote a review Jan 2020
Boston, MA55 contributions48 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel is attractive but has many problems. The rooms are, even at $1000/night tiny. The tv is poor quality, dark, and out of date as are the in room designs. The door to the coffee cabinet couldn't even be opened because the room was too small and the door opened 45 degrees onlybefore it hit the bed. The coffee maker is an old type, not newer pod style. The bedding is thin. The views are often mediocre even at an exorbitant price.

The staff is largely foreign on temporary visas and work hard. Management is unkind and do not try to improve conditions.

The lobby has a fire that is almost always on its last members. There are no electrical outlets in case you want to sit and work on your laptop while family members ski. Wifi is spotty and the spruce peak wifi was simply off in the public areas.

Dining has improved from when we were last here but is still overpriced. They offered a complimentary wine tasting in the evening only it was actually 18 dollars a glass for a mediocre rose wine.

The pool area is heated and outdoors but for a wi terrible ski resort they didn't think it through. There are no hooks or racks for towels outside and the exit to the pool looks like a staff only custodial area. Indoors there are a few small cubbyholes to try to out your towel or robe but they have exposed screws inside that can cut your finger and cause bleeding (as I know from personal experience).

Nothing is included and they charge a hefty resort fee. Want a yoga class in the gym? $20. Want a cookie in the lobby? They put out about a dozen in the evening for the large hotel and when gone they are gone. Don't even think about speaking with management to improve an issue.

Pick another hotel. You are a sucker to stay here.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Rob wrote a review Aug 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The Lodge has unfortunately lost its luster compared past years. When one pays a premium for a high class hotel, one would expect high class service but unfortunately that was not the case during our visit the week of Aug 14th. Lots of little things added up: dead/wilting flowers in lobby. No towels at pool, filthy pool locker rooms toilets. Multiple common area soap dispensers without soap or hand sanitizer. Common area hallways in desperate need of vacuuming. Old bandaids littering the sides of the hot tub. No fitted sheets on beds so you’re sleeping on a sheet followed by another sheet followed by a thin comforter followed by another sheet so by the next morning every sheet is crumpled up in a ball and we’re on bare mattress. Coffee shop opening 10 minutes late. And to top it off, we ran into an extremely rude hostess at Solstice (at 7am on 8/18 upon restaurant opening for breakfast and being completely empty: “do you have a reservation?” “No.” “Well you need a reservation on weekends”. “We’ll, it’s Wednesday.” “Calm down, we can still seat you, just make a reservation next time.” And after an hour there were still just 3 families including ours in the restaurant).

Overall the hotel is lacking attention to detail which extends into the rooms as well. No hangers, inadequate toilet paper, no trash pickup, 4 dining room chairs in a suite booked for 7 people.

The standard excuse I’m sure is staffing limitations given Covid and I’m sure there is validity to that however since the hotel is not doing any daily room service one would think they would shift their focus on the common areas and making sure everything is as clean and presentable as possible. And the soap and hand sanitizer stations being empty (especially in bathrooms) is unacceptable given the state of things.

The pros: valet service is always top notch and their work ethic unquestionable. The golf clubhouse staff is fantastic, the mountain course was immaculate, the golf clubhouse for lunch was delicious.

We will return however we’ll wait until the pandemic is well in the rear view mirror and we hope management can re-kindle the special experience The Lodge (or more accurately, when it was “Stowe Mountain Lodge”) used to be.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Bring lots of hand sanitizer
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Missy H wrote a review Oct 2020
Midland, Texas5 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Do not stay here, or if you've already booked- cancel while you still can.
Understandably the main reason to stay at this hotel during the autumn season is the incredible views of the fall foliage. We booked a Ridgeline room, which in photos advertised online still shows a great amount of the mountain. When we entered our room on the 2nd floor, we had zero views of the mountain itself- we were looking at a tree. The room itself is at best worth half the cost they charge, it's all about the location and VIEW!
We went straight to the front desk to express our concern and that we were displeased, but they offered no solution. Due to their COVID cleaning policy, once you've stepped into a room they cannot move you. But how would I know they stuck me with a view of a tree and no mountain, until I stepped foot in the room?
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Date of stay: October 2020
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Do not get a Ridgeview room
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Anonymous wrote a review Aug 2021
New York City, New York5 contributions19 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I am currently staying at the hotel. I am deeply sympathetic to staffing issues and to how the pandemic has affected the travel industry. But I am writing this to say that if you have a reservation upcoming at this hotel, I would cancel it immediately. The hotel is significantly understaffed. There are limited to no options to eat at the hotel. But lack of staff is one thing. Telling you to wait 2 hours for dinner and then running out of food while your children need to eat is really quite another thing. There is no housekeeping, also something I could deal with. But they aren't even stocking the room with an extra roll of toilet paper or box of tissues or cleaning supplies so that I can clean myself. The room could have been clean to start with but it was not. There is a small kitchen, which was dirty upon our arrival. My complaints on these topics are completely unacknowledged. As I said, cancel your reservation.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Polli M wrote a review Feb 2021
Brattleboro, Vermont391 contributions103 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Came for an overnight in response to a Vermonter’s special. We loved the room and felt welcome and comfortable once we were checked in and settled. The suite was well appointed and thoughtfully decorated. It felt Vermont-y with nice pottery dishes, water in cardboard instead of plastic bottles etc. the room was very clean and the bathroom felt well cared for.

We aren’t skiers, although I can see the appeal of being hillside. We did snowshoe while here.

We had gotten supplies before arriving and I’m delighted we did. We had what we needed and could hunker down in our room with the door wide open.

Almost everyone wore masks but, the resort felt way way too busy to me with crowds of people almost everywhere. This is the most crowded place I have been for a year.

The forced valet parking at $40 per night is okay but the valets seemed hassled and kind of rude. Waiting to retrieve your car for 20-30 minutes was a hassle and I would have preferred to walk for 10 to gain access to my own car.

Making reservations for the hot tub was fine but wish I had been advised on booking to do that as all the slots were already taken when we arrived.

I hope that this review and information is helpful to someone else.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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DRELS wrote a review Nov 2020
Morristown, New Jersey111 contributions61 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I wanted a safe getaway for Thanksgiving within driving distance to New Jersey. We did the appropriate quarantining and testing and arrived on Sunday afternoon. We had a one bedroom suite that was lovely. A complete kitchen full sized refrigerator and washer and dryer added to the great bed, linens and Peloton bike that I was able to rent for our stay so that I could exercise in the safety of my room. We ordered from the to go menu on our first night as we did not want to do indoor dining. The food was fabulous and delivered promptly. The next morning we checked out the restaurant and to our pleasure (and I”m sure not the resorts) the restaurant was completely empty. We had the remainder of our meals (breakfast and dinner) in the restaurant without ANYONE in the same room! The food was fabulous. Avocado toast with a poached egg and fresh fruit was my morning staple and EVERY dish we ordered for dinner was beautifully presented, healthy, locally sourced and delicious. We interacted with very few people in person (our choice and their preference due to Covid) but every interaction was pleasant and they responded to every request immediately. I called to ask to have our recycling removed and it was picked up within 5 minutes of putting it outside our door. The scale was not working so they delivered a new one (unopened and in the original box) within 10 minutes.
The weather wasn’t great but the rain stopped so that we were able to hike a bit on Tuesday and there was enough snow on Wednesday to do some snowshoeing on the golf course for a few hours (we had our own equipment). We had a great day. The mountain opened for skiing so we did see a few more people but dining was private nonetheless. Unfortunately it rained Thanksgiving morning so we decided to leave for home (instead of waiting until Friday).
I cannot say enough good things about this place. And it is a Hyatt property so we were able to use our points to book the room!
We are VERY careful and concerned (and over 65) The few people we saw were masked. Signs for masks and social distance markers were everywhere (as was hand sanitizer). Do not hesitate to go to this lovely lodge if you are looking for a safe place to stay in Vermont!
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Answer from pedro
Boston, Massachusetts3 contributions1 helpful vote
Cats are not allowed. They don’t allow you to leave your dog in the room unattended. And dogs must be on leash. They usually have 20-30 dogs on site. So imagine cats on a leash besides 30 dogs….
Answer from Global24862947361
Yonkers, New York5 contributions
If you are staying in the main group of buildings by the outdoor heated pool and hot tubs, all the shops, restaurants, ice skating, and ski lifts are right there in the center of the complex. It is a really great, well thought out, layout.
C P asked a question Mar 2023
New York City, New York11 contributions1 helpful vote
What time in the morning can a guest swim laps? What is the pool length and temp?
Answer from vinojoyceh
Amesbury, Massachusetts85 contributions31 helpful votes
Not sure when it opens but it’s big. Plenty big for laps. Usually it’s blocked off for people swimming laps. And it’s warm enough to swim comfortably in mid-winter.
Answer from caroline B
Portsmouth, United Kingdom125 contributions21 helpful votes
Best to call concierge
Go02271938046 asked a question Oct 2021
Describe the pool
Answer from vagabond3025
Manassas, Virginia63 contributions71 helpful votes
The pool is great with a lot of chairs. There are a couple of hot tubs and alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks available at the bar on the pool grounds. Towels available and overall ambiance is very upscale.
TravelDeer wrote a tip Mar 2024
New York City, New York1,198 contribution109 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Renting ski equipment from Spruce Camp was slightly cheaper and slightly more convenient than renting from the hotel shop."
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bams4446 wrote a tip Mar 2024
New York City, New York56 contributions85 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get dining reservations early, there is a lack of options in this area. "
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MonkeyMacgyver wrote a tip Feb 2024
Princeton3 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Adjust your expectations accordingly for a pricey hotel. The price is for location, location, location."
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Boatguy wrote a tip Feb 2024
South Yarmouth, Massachusetts276 contributions71 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try to go week days!"
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William B wrote a tip Jan 2024
Hilton Head46 contributions22 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't expect to come out of the hotel, put on your skis and ski, or to return that way."
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$310 - $390 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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FORMERLY KNOWN AS
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
250
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THE LODGE AT SPRUCE PEAK - Updated 2024

Frequently Asked Questions about The Lodge at Spruce Peak
Which popular attractions are close to The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Nearby attractions include Stowe Recreation Path (4.6 miles), Smugglers Notch State Park (0.7 miles), and Mount Mansfield (1.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Yes, valet parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro at Ten Acres, Trattoria La Festa, and Von Trapp Bierhall Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does The Lodge at Spruce Peak offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to The Lodge at Spruce Peak?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Tea at the Governor's House (9.2 miles).
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