The editors at Luxury Ski trips just love Stowe. What’s not to love? Charming
Vermont village, fantastic scenery, and some of the best skiing in the east at
Stowe Mountain Resort is what awaits you here. National Geographic just selected
Stowe as one of the top 25 ski towns in the world.
If you want the best of both skiing and Stowe’s off mountain offerings,
The Green Mountain Inn
is a great place to stay. This is the original Inn in Stowe, dating back to
1833. You can sense the Inn’s history as you enter the classic red Inn on Main
Street in Stowe Village. Beautiful hardwoods floors lead to fireplaces that are
lit and crackling, warm cookies await your return from the slopes in the
afternoon, and the cozy Whip Bar bustles from après ski to late night.
The Green Mountain Inn has over 100 guest rooms ranging from the traditional but
romantic rooms with canopy beds in the Inn, to luxury suites in newly
constructed townhouses that are ideal for skiing families. Most of the suites
have fireplaces and Jacuzzis, plus all the latest amenities you wish for - TVs
and Wifi to spa-like private bathrooms. The Green Mountain Inn provides guests a
year round outdoor heated pool, plus a work out fitness room, massage center,
Jacuzzi and Sauna in their Health Club. The kids will find a game room, while
grown ups will enjoy weekly Wine and Cheese parties and inviting common rooms
like fireplace libraries and lobby areas to socialize and relax.
Stowe Mountain Resort is just a ten
minute drive from Green Mountain Inn, up the Mountain Road which is dotted with
great Stowe restaurants and pubs, ski shops and art galleries. Staying in Stowe
Village, you are steps from Shaw's General Stores, art galleries, the Vermont
Ski Museum, and restaurants along Main Street.
The cuisine at The Whip, downstairs at the Green Mountain Inn, is some of the
best in Stowe. Local Vermont beef, game and cheeses are artfully prepared by the
open kitchen team, and the ambiance is warm and welcoming with fireside tables
and an animated bar.