The Green Mountain State is known for being open-minded, independent-thinking, and very friendly. From the acclaimed breweries scattered across the state and the famous Maple syrup to hiking options and luxury Vermont hotels, this state has everything you would be looking forward to on a vacation. The landscape is dotted with mountain ranges like the Green Mountain, rolling hills, and fertile valleys. Vermont is home to more than 250 towns that epitomize hospitality. Whether you are looking forward to local food, fine cheese-makers, farm-to-plate organic restaurants, craft breweries or vineyards, Vermont will welcome you home.
Why You Should Be Heading to Vermont?
Vermont is known for having highly distinctive seasons. The summers are perfect for hiking along the first through-hiking trail in the nation – the Long Trail, while the winters beckon those who love skiing. The sylvan retreats in Vermont display mesmerizing shades of red, orange, and yellow in autumn – you will be hard-pressed to find a state more beautiful than Vermont in the fall season. Enjoy hikes and trails in the Appalachian Mountains to see animals in their natural habitat, or walk through the Burlington Waterfront and the famous Church Street while browsing through the many art galleries, restaurants offering live music, and more shopping options than you can count. If you are looking for a more relaxing holiday, cast a line in one of the many lakes in Vermont, and spend an afternoon fishing, or head to the beach for a day of sun, sand, and surf.
Where to Stay at Vermont?
From budget stay options and chateaus to luxury Vermont hotels, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation options in the state. Burlington and Stowe are the most popular tourist havens in Vermont. If you have decided to visit this glorious state, here are a few of the very best Vermont luxury hotels that you can and should opt for, according to Condé Nast.
Stowe Mountain Lodge in Stowe
Rated highly by travelers and critics alike, the Stowe Mountain Lodge on Mountain Road, Stowe is one of the best luxury Vermont hotels. This countryside boutique hotel offers 312 rooms. It has received the AAA-Four Diamond Award multiple times, and has been named to Condé Nast Traveler – Gold List twice. From goose-down feather beds to activity options like golfing at the Stowe Mountain Club golf course and powder skiing in the mornings, the mountain is your oyster at the Stowe Mountain Lodge. The hotel offers gourmet dining options at the in-house restaurant Solstice and regional on-tap microbrews at the Hourglass. The closest international airport is at Burlington. Enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty of sunrises by the mountains through the large windows and outdoor balconies. The staff is attentive, friendly, and always ready to help. Room rates start at USD 219 per night.
Woodstock Inn & Resort in Woodstock
Originally a part of Laurance Rockefeller’s Rockresorts, The Woodstock Inn & Resort in Vermont has long been one of the best luxury Vermont hotels on offer for New England residents. Recently revamped, this hotel offers a great mix of rustic countryside warmth and urbane sophistication. This full-service hotel features a private downhill ski resort called the Suicide Six, plenty of mountain biking and hiking trails, a huge Nordic ski area, tennis and croquet centers, a golf course, a luxurious spa, and a sprawling fitness and sports center. The outdoor courtyard features a classy co-ed whirlpool bath and sauna. Whether you are a skier, a golfer, a foodie, and/or a Nature lover, this spa haven has a lot to offer to you. Room rates start at USD 300 per night.
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