Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
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Historical Traveler Reviews Nil Hotel Bodrum
I've been vacationing summers at the Stoweflake for years. I find the staff very friendly, courteous, and helpful which sets the tone for the entire stay. For someone with an active lifestyle, the resort offers many amenities and is well situated to enjoy a host of activities. The rooms are comfortable and the views are outstanding. I always look forward to my visit, as each year the Stoweflake seems to add something new. You will be well taken care of by the staff. You will not want to leave at the end of your stay. One suggestion to make your stay more pleasant is to chat with resort staff members. They will make you feel at home.
Great Birthday Gift
I just got back from the Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa and had a wonderful time. It was a birthday gift from my girl friend; and was great pick on her part. The staff is extremely help full and very courteous. The rooms were exceptionally clean and very comfortable. The day at the spa was out of this world, I did not want to leave. Thank you for a great experience can't wait to come back.
Stoweflake is overrated!
We booked the top of the line suite and were very disappointed. Our room overlooked a desolate parking lot and on-going construction. The resort does not promote a romantic atmosphere whatsoever. . The food was good but certainly not great for the price. Go to the Equinox in Manchester VT for the same price in a beautiful location that is quiet and perfect for a romantic getaway. . .
Great Family Vacation
The Stoweflake is a top notch resort!! We have stayed there many summers in a row for our annual family reunion. We stayed in one of the townhouses. They are spacious, very clean and comfortable. The restaurants are very good and you can order take out to bring back to the townhouses which was very convienent. There are also so many other wonderful restaurants very close by to choose from. It is a fantastic resort to bring the kids to, although if you do, I would highly reccommend staying in a townhouse because they have huge backyards to run and play games, fly a kite, etc. The pools are great and you can order lunch right at the pool. The spa services are excellent! The resort is located right on the bike path. This path is about 5 miles of easy paved terrain, a great way to spend time together as a family. So, don't leave the bikes at home! If you have the opportunity, stay at the Stoweflake, you will not be disappointed! Stowe is a beautiful area at any season.
Did not want to leave!
What a wonderful place, we stayed there for the Thurs and Fri night of Easter weekend, the staff were very friendly and courteous, the spa was great, the room we had was perfect, we did not want to leave! If you want to go somewhere to lose yourself and relax then this is it. The food was fabulous, we had breakfast in Winnies and Dinner in Charlie Bs, you do not need to leave the hotel. The afternoon tea and cookies were also a very welcome feature after the morning in the spa.Go, you won't be dissapointed.
I highly recommend the Stoweflake. We stayed in the brand new townhouses, a one bedroom with fireplace(gas) and one large bathroom.
The room was tastefully appointed and even had a granite sink/refrigerator/microwave area....we loved seeing the horse drawn sleigh rides glide through the meadow. The spa was pure delight. An amazing spa menu and all of it lived up to our expectations. Charlie B's and Winfields were wonderful, right there on premises---both restaurants are kid friendly. It was a wonderful trip and quite luxurious.
Great hotel, and bistro. I'd stay here again in a minute.
Wonderful place to stay
We were recently able to stay at the Stoweflake Resort through winning a contest from Cabot Creamery. We were treated like VIPs the whole time we were there and the spa treatments are fantastic. I would recommend this resort to everybody!
We were moved to this hotel by our resort rep after problems at the Green Mountain Inn.We only stayed there for two nights before flying back home but we thoroughly enjoyed it.The staff were so very helpful and the rooms were excellent. All the facilities at the hotel were still up and running as we had arrived right at the end of the ski-ing season and many hotels wind down before the final guests depart.But this hotel just kept on going!Thoroughly recommended by the Donnes and the Reeses!Cath Donne
Friendly hotel with good staff and comfortable rooms.
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