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Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush
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Reviewed April 4, 2013

We stayed three nights at the Lodge. Our room was very clean and spacious. The staff was friendly and helpful. The breakfast was just fine, including yogurt and fresh fruit along with the usual breads and cereals. We enjoyed the hot tub as well. There is even a refrigerator to store food, and washer/dryers available. What more could you ask? This is a great value, very close to Sugarbush and Mad River Glen.

Room Tip: Our room was on the upper level, facing the beautiful back yard.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 1, 2013

This was our fourth time at Sugar Lodge for family ski trips to Sugarbush. The suite we rent is perfect for us, allowing us to cook in half the time while also taking advantage of the area restaurants (don't miss The Common Man). Bob, Susan, and their staff are always very accommodating. Our sons love the breakfast and just hanging out in front of the fire in the cosy common room. Understand, this is not the Ritz, but if you are in the area to take advantage of the skiing, biking, or hiking, the value cannot be beat!

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Peter H
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Reviewed March 17, 2013

This was our first and last time staying at this hotel. We stayed in a queen select which is suppose to be quieter due to the second floor location. This was not the case...you can hear your neighbors clear as day through the walls...the floors make so much noise it's impossible for the hotel to be quiet. Next, the fact you can't change the heat setting in your room is nuts and completely imconvient considering that if you want to change the setting you need ti go to the front desk but oh wait! The desk is not manned for most of the day so forget that...the beds are as hard as a rock..I asked for an extra pillow after the first night and never got one because besides the beds being hard the pillows are flat and you only get 1 per person...for what you pay per night service should be better and customers should not be ignored.....ohh and one last thing...it's not very clean..I found dark black hair in the bed, blow dryer shower, and towels...now let's just say I have light blonde hair...clearly wasn't me!

  • Stayed: March 2013
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Thank Ajmoore244
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Reviewed March 17, 2013

Where do I start? There are so many reasons why I wouldn't stay here again. The first being the rooms don't look as advertised. The beds are rock hard. You are only given two pillows on the bed. I asked for another pillow and they never brought me one. Standard cold breakfast not horrible. Poor parking with not enough spots when there is snow on the ground. Vending machines were broken. Heat in the rooms is forced hot water so you hear the air in the pipes ALL night long.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank JLM715
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SugarLodge, Owner at Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush, responded to this reviewResponded March 17, 2014

We are sorry you did not enjoy your stay here at the Lodge especially in light of the numerous attempts we made to address your concerns. The pillow was not brought to your room as we indicated extra pillows were located in the bottom drawer in the armoire. Parking unfortunately does get tight after a snow storm but generally only until the plows have an opportunity to clear the lot.

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Reviewed February 25, 2013

We came up to Vermont during President's day week for a ski vacation with my wife and daughter. The owners, Bob and Susan, are very hospitable and helpful. Quality of the continental breakfast was good, coffee was made fresh and was very good. The location was very close to Sugarbush and a free shuttle bus picks you up right out the front door every 20 minutes on the weekends so that was very convenient. The owners do not want you walking around with ski boots which I can understand because of the hardwood floors and the noise for people on the lower floor. The lockers held my daughter's snowboard and my skiis so that worked out very well for us. Locks for the lockers are provided without charge. Rooms are not overly big but are nicly decorated and very clean. Double beds were very comfortable and we slept very peacfully. The common room was very pleasent with a cathedral ceiling and a large stone fireplace with a real wood fire (not gas log). The common room provides a very nice place to meet and talk with other guests and eat food brought back from a carryout. Speaking of carryout, we highly recommend the "Creamery", a small carryout located in Waitsfield, at the left end of the "L" shopping center, the one with the grocery store. The Creamery has ice cream but also has very good homemade Mexican food that was very reasonably priced. In addition to Sugarbush there are 2 excellent x-country ski areas within a few miles of Sugar Lodge, Ole's and Blueberry Lake. We did two days of x-country and 2 days of downhill skiing and had a great time staying at Sugar Lodge and would definately go back again!

Room Tip: The hotel is a split foyer design. So the "2nd floor" rooms are on the main level of the hotel, on the same floor as the breakfast room and common room with fireplace. The extra charge for the 2nd floor room was worth it because our room was very quiet without anyone walking overhead.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Talasonic
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