Who’d imagine you could rediscover civilization by leaving it all behind? Perhaps it's the pristine location, the classic beauty, or the history that has evolved here. Or maybe it's the fact that one cultivates a sense of contentment throughout every season at Stowe. At Stowe Mountain Lodge, located at the base of Mount Mansfield within Stowe Mountain Resort, this unique New England town in Vermont reaffirms its place as a renowned four-season destination for discerning world travelers. Built at the base of Stowe Mountain Resort, in the new "Vermont-Alpine" style, Stowe Mountain Lodge offers a truly luxurious setting, while still paying respect to the Vermont traditions of utilizing local artisan products and embracing the tranquility of nature. The six-story, 312-room luxury New England resort draws on the architectural tradition of turn-of-the-century summer camps created by the great families of New England. The lodge's exterior features a picturesque façade of woven timber and shingles that draw upon the natural harmony found in nature, as well as stone veneer created from local quarries, and expansive glass to bring the beauty of the lodge's outdoor surroundings to the indoors. The interior design further emphasizes the fresh and contemporary take on natural beauty, enabling guests to experience Stowe, Vermont lodging through a melange of old and new, rustic and romantic. Interchanging natural Vermont woods and stones, birch bark columns and detailing provides a simplistic backdrop to lively, contemporary folk art pieces. The color palette of the local seasons - vibrant reds, deep oranges, warm yellows and soothing greens - in varying patterns and textures found in the upholstery of inviting furnishings. Each room has been custom-designed as a respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, with warm tones, plush furnishings and soothing amenities. All rooms are framed by oversized windows and outdoor balconies, allowing guests to take full advantage of the remarkable mountain landscape of Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak.
Hotel Address:Location SummaryFor over a century Stowe has attracted the world's most discerning travelers, who have cherished the beauty of the area's covered bridges, sparkling lakes, rambling woodlands and majestic peaks. Those who frequent Stowe treasure its ability to welcome the world, while still remaining the quintessential small New England town, and the creation of Stowe Mountain Lodge reaffirms the mountain's reputation as a world-class resort.
- Stowe Mountain Lodge
- 7412 Mountain Road
- Stowe , VT 05672
- United States
Directions to Hotel
From Burlington International Airport: Follow Airport Drive and turn left onto US-2/Williston Road. Turn Right onto VT-2A/St. George Road and follow for approximately 1 mile. Merge onto I-89 S for approximately 20 miles. Take exit 10 (Stowe/Waterbury) and turn left onto VT-100N. Follow this for 11 miles until you reach the flashing stop light. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N (Mountain Road), and follow this for approximately 7.5 miles up the mountain. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right-hand side. Please call 802-253-3560 to arrange for private airport transfer services. Taxi services and car rentals are also available at the airport. From Boston: Take Interstate 93 North to Concord, NH and then follow signs to connect with Interstate 89 North. Follow 89N through NH and into Vermont until you get to exit 10 (Stowe / Waterbury exit). Make a right at the end of the exit ramp; this is route 100N. Follow this for 11 miles until you reach the flashing stop light. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N. Continue up mountain road past the Spruce Peak/Stowe Mountain Resort entrance on the right. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right. From Providence, RI: Take Interstate 95 North in Providence and follow it to Interstate 93 North outside of Boston. Continue on with the directions from Boston listed above. From Montreal: Follow highway 10 East to highway 35 South. Take 35 South to Iberville and then pick up route 133 south and follow it to the to the US / Canada border. Next follow Interstate 89 South to exit 10 (Waterbury / Stowe exit). At the end of the exit ramp, make a left onto Route 100 North. Follow this for 11 miles until you reach your first stop sign. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N. Continue up mountain road past the Spruce Peak/Stowe Mountain Resort entrance on the right. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right-hand side. From Albany: Follow Interstate 87 North to exit 20 (Fort Ann exit). Follow signs for route 149 East and take this to Fort Ann NY. At the light in Fort Ann, make a left onto route 4 East and stay with this until you reach Rutland Vermont. Once in Rutland, you will have to join route 7 North for a few miles until you can rejoin route 4 East again. Look for signs that direct you back onto route 4 East after about 2-3 miles. Take route 4 East to route 100N and then route 107 North. This will take you to Interstate 89. Join 89 North at this point and take this to exit 10 (Follow this for 11 miles until you reach your first stop sign. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N. Continue up mountain road past the Spruce Peak/Stowe Mountain Resort entrance on the right. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right-hand side. From New York City, Philadelphia, or Washington D.C.: Follow Interstate 95 North to New Haven CT where you will connect with Interstate 91 North. Follow 91N through Hartford, across Massachusetts, and up to White River Junction, VT. Follow signs to connect with Interstate 89 North and take that to exit 10 (Waterbury / Stowe exit). Make a right at the end of the exit ramp onto route 100N and follow this for 11 miles until you reach your first stop sign. This is the center of Stowe Village. Make a left at the stop sign onto route 108N. Continue up mountain road past the Spruce Peak/Stowe Mountain Resort entrance on the right. Stowe Mountain Lodge will be on your right-hand side.
Banquets & Meetings
Stowe Mountain Lodge offers 12,100 square feet of thoughtfully-appointed and uniquely flexible function space, in in additionto over 56,000 square feet of uniquely flexible space throughout Stowe Mountain Resort including The Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, a beautiful new 420 person amphitheater.
Fine Dining on Site
Solstice: The 110-seat Solstice restaurant offers Vermont artisan-inspired cuisine in an elegant, yet casual and comfortable setting.
Full-service fitness center.
High Speed Internet
Wireless high-speed internet access in public areas.
Children's adventure programming.
Outdoor pool with indoor access.
A luxurious 21,000 square foot world-class spa features distinctive services themed around the changing seasons of Vermont.
In-house naturalist to arrange outdoor activities.
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.
Skiing - Snow
Ski-in, ski-out to Stowe Mountain Resort.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pets Allowed
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Ecological Tourism
- - Golf Driving Range
- - Golfing
- - Shopping
- - Skiing - Snow
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Conde Nast Traveler 2014 Gold List for Best Hotels in the United States
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