Stowe Mountain Lodge, which welcomed its first guests in June 2008, is at the base of Stowe Mountain Resort, in the Town of Stowe, Vermont.
'Reader's Choice Awards: #1 Golf Resort in the Northern US' - Condé Nast Traveler
'Reader's Choice Awards: #5 Top Resort in the United States' - Condé Nast Traveler
'Favorite New Green Retreats'- Travel + Leisure
'#1 Resort in the Eastern U.S.' - SKI Magazine
Stowe Mountain Lodge is truly a resort for all four seasons. Located at Stowe Mountain Resort,the Lodge is in the heart of the new Spruce Peak at Stowe alpine village, and adjacent to the new Over Easy Transfer Gondola which connects Spruce Peak to Mt. Mansfield. Guests enjoy slopeside access to the most legendary ski resort in the East and proximity to the most challenging mountain hiking and biking trails in the area, pristine streams, ponds, and lakes to fly fish for trout, bass, and pike, and an ideal setting in the midst of some of the world's most beautiful fall foliage.
This extraordinary address offers excellent access to all resort amenities, including a world-class spa, wellness and fitness center, upscale boutique shopping, fine and casual dining, a performing arts center and 18-hole championship mountain golf course.
The Alpine Concierge® is a unique guest services program designed to offer each guest of Stowe Mountain Lodge with an unsurpassed level of customized service and personalized attention.
Other highlights of this program include:
Ski valet, which allows guests to ship their ski equipment in advance, and have it waiting for them when they arrive, with boots heated, and gear adjacent to the lifts. Lift tickets and lessons can be secured in advance as well, so that guests will not have to wait in lines.
A golf concierge is also available for guests who wish to ship golf clubs in advance, and have tee times, carts, and retail purchases prearranged.
Each condominium unit and suite has been designed to include:
Floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of Spruce Peak
Marble bathroom, with separate shower and relaxation tub
Towels and eco-friendly bath products
Goose down feather beds, pillows and duvets
Custom-made lamps by Simon Pearce
Wireless high-speed Internet access
LCD flat screen televisions (2)
Lodgenet, on demand movies
iPod docking station and MP3 hookup
Under-counter bar refrigerator to store guests' favorite snacks, beverages and other necessities
Ski, golf and fly-fishing valet service
Outdoor swimming pool with indoor access
Artisan-inspired fine and casual dining
24-hour in-room dining (limited menu after 1am)
In-house naturalist to arrange outdoor activities
Children's adventure programming
Wireless high-speed internet access in public areas and rooms
Luxury shops and boutiques
Overnight valet parking (Included in room rate)
THE SPA AT STOWE MOUNTAIN LODGE
A luxurious 21,000 square foot world-class spa features distinctive services themed around the changing seasons of Vermont. Guests may take advantage of:
Full-service fitness center
Outdoor pool with indoor access
Two harmony rooms for music therapy, featuring reclining sound chairs
19 treatment rooms
STOWE MOUNTAIN CLUB GOLF COURSE
The Lodge features an 18-hole, par 72 championship mountain course designed by the legendary Bob Cupp. This 6,400 yard course has a classic configuration, with two par fives and two par threes on each nine. Scenery includes expansive mountain vistas, with cascading streams shaded by maple and birch trees. Stowe Mountain Lodge, in conjunction with this spectacular private golf course, was recognized by Condé Nast Traveler as the #1 Golf Resort in the Northern US.
Ski-in, ski-out to Stowe Mountain Resort, which includes Spruce Peak and Mt. Mansfield
Elevation of 4,395 feet at Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak
39 total miles of skiing
48 total trails
More mile-long lifts than any resort in the east
16% beginner trails
59% intermediate trails
25% expert trails
Longest run: 3.7 miles, Toll Road
The world's fastest high-speed, 8-passenger gondola
22 miles of groomed terrain and 25 miles of backcountry trails for crosscountry skiing
Only ski area in New England to have a fully-automated snowmaking system on one of its mountains, Spruce Peak
Solstice: The 110-seat Solstice restaurant offers Vermont artisan-inspired cuisine in an elegant, yet casual and comfortable setting. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily. Four- and seven-course tasting dinners are offered for dinner, in addition to an à la carte menu.