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The Lodge at Spruce Peak

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#10 of 25 hotels in Stowe
GreenLeaders Platinum level
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
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Free internet
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
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
Ski In / Ski Out
Non-smoking hotel
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
Room service
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The Lodge at Stowe is a beautiful location with lots of room to roam outdoors and explore the mountain and grounds but the interior of the Lodge is awkwardly designed/renovated with long, narrow passageways. The food was inconsistent-we enjoyed a wonderful meal and service at the Solstice fine dining restaurant but mediocre food at the lunch restaurant (The dry, overcooked, thin hamburger resembled a hockey puck). Cleanliness in the common areas was lacking-we observed a broken/shattered wine glass for two days near our elevator outside our guest rooms. The bell staff and front desk staff are most gracious-the fitness center was well equipped though we were disappointed to see the hotel charges $20 per person for each yoga class.
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I absolutely loved this resort! We stayed for a conference and everything was incredibly convenient. Our room was a very short distance from the meeting rooms. The hotel is literally just steps from the ski rental shop so I found everything about the layout very appealing. You have the choice to valet your skis at the rental shop or at the resort. The rooms are beautiful! There was a small electric fireplace which added a nice touch. When you enter the room, there's an area to hang any wet clothing and put your boots to dry. The room has a sink, coffee maker, small refrigerator, and some other items. Some things to consider are that all of the shops/coffee shops/bars/restaurants by the slopes close when the lifts close so the only thing to do in the evenings is hang out at the lodge or one of the restaurants within the lodge (which are phenomenal). I loved sitting by the large fireplace with a drink and could've done that each night. If this isn't appealing to you, you could take the bus into town which is another nice option because there are some great restaurants there as well (although all the shops close at 5). The bus is very convenient and has multiple areas you can stop and eat. It takes about 20-30 minutes from Stowe lodge to town on the transit bus. One mistake we made was that we booked Burlington taxi from the airport which was absolutely filthy. The concierge at Stowe later mentioned that you want to stay away far from that business and stick with Stoweflake.
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Response from TheLodgeAtSprucePeak, Manager at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
Responded Mar 28, 2019
Thank you for choosing to stay at The Lodge at Spruce Peak and for taking the time to provide us feedback. We agree that sitting by the fire is a definite highlight. Hope to see you back again soon! - Your Friends at The Lodge at Spruce Peak
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staff needs serious customer service training! bartender and manager were rude and had attitudes. ran out of liquor for 3 days and did not bother to restock. i would not send a friend there. very negative atmosphere.
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Loved the property, food and cocktails but staff was unaccommodating with requests at the end of my stay. Also, attention to detail around the property left a little to be designed. Cocktail and wine glasses left for days in elevator vestibules.
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We live in the South, where summet can be hot and humid. Stowe is a great place to escape and enjoy the more mild climate and laid back atmosphere. The Lodge is busy/expensive in winter, very reasonable in summer.
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$252 - $618 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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