Stowe Mountain Lodge

Lodging

The Stowe Mountain Lodge, located at the base of the Stowe resort, represents the finest lodging property in all of New England. Behold a Vermont luxury lodging experience that establishes a new aesthetic essence for Stowe. Guests are surrounded in alpine architecture, utilizing the bold expressions of woven timbers, walls of natural stone and expansive glass. This is a celebration of dramatic design, steeped in elegance and molded into the remarkable terrain that surrounds this luxury property. Each room has been designed to capitalize on the extraordinary view before it. Oversized windows allow guests to soak in the magnificent scenery of majestic Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak.

Studios and Junior Suites all feature private outdoor terrace and a kitchenette with stovetop, microwave and dishwasher. Each of these units offer a stone-framed fireplace, custom marble finished bathroom with seperate relaxation tub, and a king size bed with convertible queen-size sleeper sofa. Entertainment options include LCD flat screen television with iPod docking station & MP3 hookup, as well as complimentary WIFI. Junior Suites, at approximately 850 square feet, offer about 335 additional square feet of living space, as well as separate living room and bedroom.

On-site amenities include, Solstice, Stowe Mountain Lodge's signature restaurant, The Hourglass lounge, Schuss gourmet take-out shop, beautiful heated outdoor pool and hot tubs, and game room with all the latest, pinball, video, and prize winning games.

United States

VT

Stowe

7412 Mountain Road

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Stowe, VT Ski Vacations By Tours de Sport

Stowe Mountain is home to the infamous Front Four (Starr, Goat, National and Lift Line) which are arguably the most exciting runs in the East. For the novice skiers and snowboarders, there's an entire mountain (Spruce Peak) criss-crossed with easygoing runs. And with the longest average trail length in New England, be prepared to spend some time on the snowy mountain's of Stowe.