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Sugarbush Inn
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Reviewed July 12, 2012

I stayed for one night in July for the marathon in Waitsfield. This was the only place that advertised one night stays. It also mentioned that the joint is not air conditioned. What I did not know is the inn is closed during the summer, and only opens up to accomodate the runners. Being closed up for so long made my room unbearbly hot. Even with windows and doors open all night, it did not get below 80 degrees- making for a miserable nigth of sleep. The tv and cable system are circa 1980 and the furniture and carpet are circa 1950. I wish I would have called around to other B&Bs to see if they would take a one night stay. I would hate to stay here during the busy season, the walls are paper thin and the floors very loud. I doubt many guests get a good night sleep any time of year.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled solo
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Thank owltmaz
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

We stayed here for Saturday night in the summer for the Mad Marathon. The inn was nice. In our room was a queen bed with a twin bed and another pull out twin mattress. The queen mattress was a bit soft and sagged in the middle. The bathroom was a nice size with a heat lamp in the ceiling for the winter. We stayed at the end of the corridor, so we had windows on two walls. Most of the rooms have access to the outside patio that connects to all the rooms. It is convenient, especially if you want to socialize outside. Its works best in the summer, not in the winter.

The room we were in had a door to connect to the other room. I am unsure if there is a lock on the other side, but we were concerned that people in the next room could unlock the doors and come into our room. We were just hoping they wouldn't try it or require a key from the front desk.

The inn is connected to a small grill restaurant that is only open in the winter, so it was not open when we were there. On the second floor, there is a coin operated pool table with a small bar, and a few other indoor areas to congregate. It would be a nice place to stay and socialize with others in your party in this inn.

There does not seem to be a pool or hot tub at this inn. They are in the fitness center up the road but in the summer they close early. I am not sure about their winter hours.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank evildoughboi
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Reviewed March 16, 2012

sugarbush mountain is a great place to ski but sugarbush inn is not a great place to stay. the owners/operators of that hotel need to get out the cleaning supplies, paint, new furniture, wall paper, ceiling tiles and new carpeting and get to work because the hotel is seedy and dirty. the carpets are loose and the furniture is stained, scratched, broken and worn out. the place looks like an old nursing home that tries to stay clean and orderly but is steadily sliding backwards. the building's clapboards and the deck railing/flooring on the upper level porch are paint chipped and rotting.

aside from the poor physical condition of the place, there are other problems. there is no staff on duty after about 10 o'clock at night so they leave an envelope at the front desk for customers with instructions as to how to find your room and then request that you call them and tell them that you have arrived!!!! there are no luggage carts and no elevator so if you are on the 3rd floor, be prepaired for the climb up. how would one know if there was an elevator? there are no staff there at night to tell you if there is an elevator!!! the alledged breakfast that is provided is minimal and is often not stocked with enough juice or coffee, let alone rubber eggs and overcooked bacon. furthermore, if you are a skier, don't expect to eat breakfast so you can get to the mountain early because the paltry breakfast provided isn't available until after 7:30 am.

none of this is a big deal in the overall scheme of life but this hotel is way, way too expensive for what you get. we stayed for 2 nights and were told this was a bargain at $120/night! i can't imagine what rate they get away with gouging customers during the weekends. the bar and restaurant ("the grill") are not opened on weeknights. finally, the wifi is hit or miss; sometimes it works and alot of the time it does not. its a hotel that has seen too many tour buses carrying too many tourists and management doesn't really care as long as the bodies keep moving through and paying the overpriced room rates. do not stay here. it is a rip-off.

Room Tip: i wouldn't provide a potential guest directions to the place let alone suggest how to choose a good room!
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank boomzhighlandfalls
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Reviewed February 7, 2012

While the room was clean the inn itself could use an update and refresher. The breakfast was pretty lame, the oven is too hot so the scones were burnt -- they should not have been put out in the first place and I suggested they buy a thermometor to regulate the oven temp. The staff was great although I think management needs to review their breakfast ability and/or comments from guests (and the staff which have some good ideas as well but seem to be limited in what they are alowed to do since they are not at the main lodge).
Can't wait to visit again when there is more snow and really experienc the moutain -- mother nature just needs to cooperate!

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank javajunkie3
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Reviewed January 17, 2012

We loved the inn. It was old but comfortably worn in. Some ugly ceilings, and creaky crooked floors. Breakfast was only passable, and free internet was only available in the lobby.

We had a huge room with 2 balconies. Hotel staff were helpful. We got a flat tire, and they met the CAA/AAA guy to handle it so we could keep skiing.

If you're looking for old charm, and not too picky about the details, you will like it here.

Room Tip: we had roon 322 i think
  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank michaellToronto
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