Burlington + Northern Vermont
Hotels in Burlington + Northern Vermont
Re-opened in 2013 following a nearly 15 million dollar renovation, this 68-room Vermont ski lodge located at the foot of Mount Mansfield offers a cozy experience with an updated look.
A luxurious addition to one of New England’s oldest ski towns, the six-story ski-in/ski-out Stowe Mountain Lodge has transformed the local hotel scene. Guests can borrow from its Mercedes fleet, and each of the 312 rooms comes with a gas fireplace and a private balcony.
Located in the Mad River Valley in the midst of the Green Mountains, this country retreat is located about seven miles from the ski resorts of Sugarbush Resort and Mad River Glen.
Rambling over 18 acres where suburban Burlington meets the Green Mountains, The Essex is a laid-back resort with a welcoming staff. The 120 rooms feature four-poster beds, fireplaces, and fanciful rugs and pillows.
The 1810 inn has photos of Bob Newhart on display (the exterior appeared on the show) and affordable suites with four-poster beds.
The Hilton Burlington, which contains 258 guest rooms, suites, and executive rooms decorated in autumnal reds, oranges, and yellows, has a boxy, modern design that's more utilitarian than it is flashy.
Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa in central Vermont houses 120 traditional New England rooms and suites, each with a gas fireplace, Serta mattress, and mountain or garden view.
Austrian-style chalet on 2,400 acres in the mountains above Stowe village; one of Vermont's top ski centers.
Room to Book: Second-floor Premier rooms in the newer Millennium wing can be interconnected, making them ideal for families.
This venue is closed.
Built in the 19th century as a summer getaway by Lila Vanderbilt Webb, this stately, brick mansion with bay windows on the shores of Lake Champlain has 24 rooms and four cottages that are available from May to October.
Romantic getaway occupying a restored house and tavern, both more than 200 years old.
The name of this semi-converted 440-acre farm in Vermont’s rural Northeast Kingdom highlights its biggest perk — lush, long views of the state’s famous Green Mountains, which are visible from each of the 14 guestrooms and suites.
Overlooking Lake Willoughby, the Main Inn of the WilloughVale Inn and Cottages is an early 20th-century farmhouse with a wraparound porch and attached gazebo.