Hotels in Vermont
Vermont offers a wide variety of small inns, luxurious hotels, all-inclusive resorts, and romantic bed and breakfasts. But although Vermont is known for its outdoors, travelers with any type of lodging desires will find something to love from the many hotels in Vermont.
Two of the best hotels in Vermont are Three Mountain Inn and Equinox Resort & Spa. Three Mountain is a charming country resort and B&B located in Stratton, an unspoiled village of woodland trails and mountain views. Equinox, meanwhile, offers New England charm with contemporary luxury. There's a golf course, a spa, shooting and fly fishing courses. The property, which predates the American Revolution, was gorgeously renovated a few years ago. Both are perfect for outdoor adventure vacations or a romantic vacation by the fire, and both belong on the short list of best Vermont hotels.
For the more budget-conscious traveler, there are many options, as well. There are many eco-friendly hotels in Vermont, as well as hostels for student backpackers or groups of young adults.
An utterly funky hotel overlooking Treasure Beach on the secluded south coast, Jake’s lives and breathes eccentric, from the free-form swimming pool to the multiculti, hippie-chic décor.
Just north of Woodstock in southeast Vermont, Twin Farms is an all-inclusive resort set on the former estate of Sinclair Lewis and his wife, journalist Dorothy Thompson.
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.
Opened in Spring 2010 as part of Secrets’ $180 million foray into Jamaica, this all-inclusive resort is set above a half-mile stretch of sand on Montego Peninsula. The hotel adjoins sister property Secrets St. James, with which it shares nine restaurants and nine bars.
The owners of Liberty Hill Farm in central Vermont welcomes guests as part of their family.
Romantic getaway occupying a restored house and tavern, both more than 200 years old.
The all-inclusive vacation is a grown-up affair at this refined adult couples-only resort. The 312 airy wood-and-tile suites are spread out over 17 acres of gardens along Negril's Seven Mile Beach.
Located in the original Clock Tower base area at Okemo Ski Resort, the Mountain Lodge offers slopeside accommodations. Its 50 guestrooms include mountain views, a balcony, full kitchen, wood burning fireplace, and even complimentary maple syrup and pancake mix.
Thoughtfully converted from a 19th-century farmhouse and horse barn, this romantic inn sits on 245 bucolic acres in Vermont's Mad River Valley.
Legendary 59-year-old estate on 400 acres, 15 minutes from the airport, that offers polished service and a multitude of amenities, including a new 68,000-square-foot spa.
Good luck getting your kids to leave this veritable amusement park, with its 200-foot waterslides and teen disco on a prime swath of Seven Mile Beach. Thanks to a large coral reef off Negril Bay, the water is placid and perfect for young children.
The inn's restaurant is one of the best in Vermont. It offers an extensive cheese selection; after a few days of working the curds, however, it just might push you over the edge. The austere white three-story house dispenses with the clichés and clutter of most country inns.
Located on a former sugar plantation near Montego Bay, the 2,200-acre Tryall Club is one of the most spacious resorts on the island.
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.
The 142-room hotel on the town's historic green features working fireplaces and private ski trails.