Though my room was one of the smallest (a studio) it was plenty spacious, nicely decorated & modern with a big balcony overlooking the ski slopes, a mini kitchen, desk work area and large bathroom. ($400 million and counting pumped into the resort & its experiences.) Valet services took care of the ski gear and were very accommodating. Dinner at the Solstice restaurant featured many local "farm to table" foods. (They are a member of the Vermont Farm Fresh Network.)The cheese assortment was especially impressive with a good variety of all Vermont cheeses: Cabot cloth bound cheddar, Bijou Goat, Oma washed rind, Middleberry Blue and more. There was even a Vermont red wine Marquette from East Shore Vineyards. Lunch up top the mountain at The Cliff House, elevation 3625, was equally delicious. I recommend the onion soup with Alpine cheese, Pete's Greens and the house made jalapeno and horseradish infused bloody Mary. They also have a good selection of Vermont micro-brews. The burger is local grass fed Vermont beef with cheddar and onion beer sauce. Yummy. The Solstice Spa is terrific - be sure to book for a treatment (with talented healer Cynthia if she's available) and also enjoy the hot/cold water/steam/sauna circuit. You can buy the sheets from your room here and you'll want to. They are the smoothest, silkiest in bed experience possible.
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