Stowe Mountain Lodge

Award-winning alpine golf resort

Stowe Mountain Lodge has established itself as one of Vermont’s premier all-season resorts in just a few years. Offering three hundred rooms in an impressive traditionally-designed Vermont-Alpine building, this resort complex has been voted the number one golfing resort in the Northern US according to Condé Nast Traveler. Look forward to 116 ski and snowboard trails, a lavish spa and fitness centre with 18 treatment rooms and exquisite restaurant options ranging from fine-dining to pool-side light bites. With a breathtaking location at the bottom of Mount Mansfield, this top-level resort is the ideal option for a refined and memorable Vermont break.

Guide Price

 £1,499  per person
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Tripadvisor rating 3643 Reviews
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Hotel highlights

  • Luxurious 21\
  • 000 square foot spa complex
  • All-season facilities
  • Alpine-Concierge facility for skiing\
  • golf and fishing
  • 39 miles of skiing trails
  • Designed in a traditional New England style
  • Award-winning 18-hole golf course

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 312 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Stowe Mountain Lodge

3643 Reviews 87% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2332
  • Very Good 726
  • Average 334
  • Poor 170
  • Terrible 81

What to Expect

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Jan 19, 2020

Snow Dream

This hotel was stunning in all aspects. This was the first time we have seen snow/been in the cold therefore we didn't do anything other than enjoy the atmosphere and it was perfect. The bar and downstairs were so inviting and comfy. Also being able to just walk around this beautiful premises was something you cant get anywhere else. I would go back anytime!
Jan 19, 2020

Unfriendly, over priced, poorly designed

Boston, MA

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 The tv is poor quality, dark, and out of date as are the in room designs.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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