Hotels in Vermont
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.
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.
The 142-room hotel on the town's historic green features working fireplaces and private ski trails.
The 1810 inn has photos of Bob Newhart on display (the exterior appeared on the show) and affordable suites with four-poster beds.
On the north side of Green Mountain National Forest, the Equinox Resort complex comprises of five buildings spanning more than 200 years, including the home of Abraham Lincoln’s granddaughter, for a total of 195 rooms.
Steps from the city center, with a Mediterranean feel and a host of classes open to guests, from drawing to cooking.
Surrounded by 22 acres of tropical forest, Breezes Grand Negril is an adults-only, all-inclusive resort located on the famous Seven Mile Beach, which includes a clothing-optional section.
At the northeast corner of Lake Champlain, the Tyler family's all-inclusive resort has has accommodated guests on its 165 acres of private shore each summer for three generations.
Check into one of 20 idealized log cabins (crackling fires and a downy comforter on the hickory-twig bed; hot chocolate and handmade marshmallows) on this 300-acre retreat.
It all started here. The concept of a romantic adults-only resort with everything included—food, beverages, activities—began when Couples Tower Isle was launched in 1978 in Tower Isle, an island getaway dating back to 1949.
The smallest of the Couples resorts, with just 150 rooms, this adults-only, all-inclusive property is built on a cliff above a seaside cove in Ocho Rios.