When it comes meeting spaces in Vermont, the Stoweflake Conference Center is in a class of its own. As the only conference center in the state approved by the International Association of Conference Centers (IACC), the industry standard-bearer worldwide, the Stoweflake is committed to rigorous principals that sets it apart from other hospitality venues. The conference center has been the recipient of the prestigious Pinnacle Award from Successful Meetings magazine for an unprecedented 10 consecutive years.
The largest resort-based meeting facility of its kind in Vermont, the AAA four-diamond property has the capacity to cater to groups as large as 400 strong. With 15 function rooms that encompass 22,000 sqft, the conference center offers limitless opportunities. From the Executive Boardroom, where amenities include power and data ports at each seat, a ceiling-mounted multimedia player and an 11-foot retractable screen, to the elegant, 4,500 sqft Pinnacle Ballroom, the conference center accommodates meetings of all sizes and varieties.
Every meeting space reflects the unwavering attention to detail that distinguishes this award-winning conference center. All feature wireless Internet access, the latest audio visual equipment, ergonomic seating, non-glare tables, soundproof walls, individual climate control and parabolic lighting. Experienced conference planners attend to every detail, and the business center is available to assist with computer rentals and secretarial support. Continuous refreshment service keeps meetings fueled with beverages and snacks.
These exceptional facilities, combined with superior service and a dedicated professional staff, provide the ultimate in comfort, convenience and efficiency. Supported by luxurious accommodations, award-winning restaurants and the world-class Spa at Stoweflake, the Stoweflake Conference Center is destined to set the bar for conference venues for years to come.
At a Glance
• Location: 35 minutes from Burlington International Airport, in Stowe, Vermont
• Accommodations: 200 rooms, suites, and townhomes
• Indoor Facilities: 15 rooms at 22,000 sqft, including:
Largest Space: 4,500 sqft for up to 400
Midsize Space: 2,600 sqft for up to 220
Smallest Space: 480 sqft for up to 50
• Outdoor Facilities: A 10,000 sqft garden area and a poolside cafe and pool deck for receptions and dining
• Tech Support: high-speed data ports, wireless internet access, business center
and a wide choice of audio visual equipment
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Hotel Reviews for Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
4.0out of 5Based on 244 guest reviews, Very Good
Based on 292 traveler reviews
Most Recent Traveler Reviews:
“Amazing spa but the desk staff needs an upgrade”
May 12, 2013
ShadyMom, Cambridge, Massachusetts | Trip type: Family
We stayed here as a family for Mothers' Day weekend. Overall, we were happy with the experience but had a few bumps. Let's start by giving credit where it's due...
We stayed here as a family for Mothers' Day weekend. Overall, we were happy with the experience but had a few bumps. Let's start by giving credit where it's due and saying that the spa experience was divine. I had one of the best spa experiences ever--topped only by the Grand Hyatt Walilea. The staff was lovely and my massage therapist rocked. I loved the Hungarian Salt Pool and the waterfall. I wished I'd taken the advice of the person at the front desk and spent an extra couple of hours there! The bed in the King Deluxe was only OK. I would have expected a better mattress with a pillow top or memory foam and nicer linens and pillows. The bath was nice but not luxe--the towels were more like a gym--and the toilet paper was like sandpaper (TMI says my husband! ;-) The staff was lovely overall, especially on the day we left and Suzi the concierge was wonderful. However, the day we arrived my husband tried to check us in and was told, fairly rudely, that we did not have a res. Hubby got me and I tried, but was told the same again, with edge. Gratefully, I had my res. confirmation on hand and handed it to the desk guy. He STILL pushed back and then started badgering me that I'd made the res. under a different name (Labowski--not even close to my surname). Not a great first impression, to say the least. He then insisted that I should have a voucher (I had booked online through a vacation site); when I told him that I had given him everything I'd been provided, he insisted that I go to the business center and log onto my account to print out the nonexistent voucher! I'm very on my game and am not used to getting lectured when I arrive at a weekend getaway. We've been going to Stowe for over 20 years; this is the first time I've been treated so shabbily. That experience unfortunately took the bloom off an otherwise lovely spring weekend. I want to add that the desk staff on duty when we left were lovely and even wished me a happy mothers' day! « less
I recently spent two nights at the Stoweflake after finding a 50% off deal on their website, because I was getting such a good deal, I decided to splurge on...
I recently spent two nights at the Stoweflake after finding a 50% off deal on their website, because I was getting such a good deal, I decided to splurge on the spa premier king room. The room was a good size, clean, comfortable, and had a great view of the mountains. The bed linens were nice and the bed was comfortable. There was a Keurig coffee maker and the gas fireplace were nice touches.
I always check out the hotel book/information guide when I first arrive, and found that ours had been drawn all over by a child. I had chosen this room because of the jetted tub, but found that while enjoying the tub it was possible to see all the plumbing under the sink -- not a big deal, but I would have expected more elegant touches from this sort of resort. Similarly, the shower door didn't quiet fit into the frame, and looked like it might come out if it was inadvertently struck. Twice, the jets in the tub turned on long after it was drained -- and both times I had already fallen asleep. I don't know if this is "normal" to clear out the jets in this sort of tub, but it was startling. The bath towels were smaller than i would have liked, and there was a hole in the already tired looking bathrobe that was provided. When I informed the front desk about this at check out, the response was, "oh." One night I had to go to the front desk at about 10pm after leaving my key in the room, and was frustrated to have to call out repeatedly to get someone to come out of the back room.
The food at Charlie B's was adequate but not stellar. We were given a discount at one meal without specifically requesting it, which was appreciated (the waiter noticed that I had not eaten the chicken I added to a pasta dish -- it was tough and chewy, but I don't typically complain at restaurants). There was live music on Saturday night, and the duo continued to entertain even though we were the only guests in the restaurant. They were very good.
The Dutch Pancake just down the road towards town has a pretty good breakfast.
All in all, we had a good stay without any serious complaints. « less
“Good hotel with very friendly staff!”
May 2, 2013
Rick S, Athol, Massachusetts, United States | Trip type: Couples
I recently spent two nights at the Stoweflake and was very pleased with my stay. The guestroom was well appointed, roomy and comfortable. My room had a Kuerig, a gas...
I recently spent two nights at the Stoweflake and was very pleased with my stay. The guestroom was well appointed, roomy and comfortable. My room had a Kuerig, a gas fireplace and adequate WIFI. The Spa staff were very friendly and accommodating. « less
“A GREAT place for Conferences”
May 1, 2013
Rosie L, Burlington, Vermont, United States | Trip type: Business
As a conference/event planner, I love using the Stoweflake. My organization has been going to the Stoweflake consistently for years for our annual meeting. Whenever we can, we hold other...
As a conference/event planner, I love using the Stoweflake. My organization has been going to the Stoweflake consistently for years for our annual meeting. Whenever we can, we hold other meetings throughout the year there as well. The person that I work with at the Stoweflake has asked all of the questions and ironed out every detail before I get there. Out of the ordinary requests? No problem! This year we had to arrange for a clothesline set up for one of our presenters. We got it figured out so that it worked for the presenter and we were not in danger of damaging walls. Everything is perfect when I arrive, the staff know what's going on, and there are no problems with changes that occur on the fly. There is plenty of room so when we have multiple breakouts, it's never a problem.
Food & Beverage staff area great! Very friendly, courteous and professional. If you need something, let them know - they'll get it for you or find someone else who can. Food displays appeal to the eyes and to the palate. The food is always top quality and plentiful - a great bargain for the money.
Feedback from our attendees is that given the choice of the Stoweflake over other venues, they choose the Stoweflake by an overwhelming majority. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and the location works well for our audience.
I'd highly recommend the Stoweflake for business meetings and conferences. From the fabulous service at check in right up until you leave the property, you won't be disappointed! « less
“A great find”
Apr 29, 2013
sparks1093, Enosburg Falls, Vermont | Trip type: Business
We spent the night at the Stoweflake for a conference. The room was nicely laid out. The bed was very comfortable with nice linens. There was a Keurig coffee maker...
We spent the night at the Stoweflake for a conference. The room was nicely laid out. The bed was very comfortable with nice linens. There was a Keurig coffee maker in the room, a gas fireplace, robes in the closet and the bathroom was very roomy. The staff was super friendly and helpful. We dined with our conference so we didn't get a chance to try Charlie B's but the menu looked inviting. We certainly wouldn't mind booking a weekend getaway at the Stoweflake during the off-season! « less
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Cancellation: Leisure/Retail:15 days prior to arrival for guestrooms; 30 days for townhouses. Group: as contracted
Typical Group Deposit:
Total Misc Fees:
$0.00 USD (mandatory resort fees/taxes)
9.00 Per Night
1.00 Per Night
Shipping Handling Fee:
10.00 Per Item
Rooms Wireless Internet Fee:
0.00 Per Day
Rooms Wired Internet Fee:
0.00 Per Day
Meeting Wireless Internet Fee:
0.00 Per Day
Meeting Wired Internet Fee:
0.00 Per Day
Meeting Power Surcharge Fee:
0.00 Per Night
Additional Room Fees:
0.00 Per Night
Avg. Continental Breakfast Cost:
19.00 Per Person
Avg. Plated Breakfast Cost:
25.00 Per Person
Avg. Buffet Breakfast Cost:
25.00 Per Person
Avg. Plated Lunch Cost:
30.00 Per Person
Avg. Buffet Lunch Cost:
30.00 Per Person
Avg. Boxed Lunch Cost:
27.00 Per Person
Avg. Plated Dinner Cost:
60.00 Per Person
Avg. Buffet Dinner Cost:
60.00 Per Person
Morning Break Cost:
17.00 Per Person
Afternoon Break Cost:
17.00 Per Person
Room Types - Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
Luxury 2 Queen Room
This 375-foot Luxury room has 2 queen beds with pillowtop mattresses, premium bedding, and duvets. Guests will appreciate the mountain or garden view as they curl up by the gas fireplace in a Spa at Stoweflake bathrobe, supplied to each room. With complimentary wired and wireless Internet access, direct-dial phone, and cable TV, it's easy to stay connected. Comfort and convenience is a guarantee with amenities like a wet bar with Keurig coffeemaker, ironing facilities, and access to the Sports & Wellness Center and pools (in season).
The Supersaver Room, 310-350 square feet, is both economical and comfortable. Each unit features a mountain or garden view and has the convenience of a TV, multi-line phone, wet bar with coffeemaker, bathrobes, and ironing facilities. Because of the nature of these rooms, the room type and quality is dependent on availability at the time of check-in, as is the size of the bed.
Two Bedroom Meadows Townhouse
This 1,800-square-foot Townhouse is both roomy and comfortable, featuring 1 king bed and 2 queen beds with premium bedding, cotton sheets, triple sheeting, and extra towels/bedding. Guests will enjoy a lovely view of the garden or mountain and cozy amenities like a fireplace, air conditioning and climate control, and cable TV with free movie channels and HBO. The kitchen--equipped with dishwasher, coffee/tea maker, cookware, dishware, utensils, and linens, makes each stay a comfortable and flexible one. It's easy to stay connected with complementary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, and a direct-dial phone with voice mail. The bathroom is stocked with designer toiletries in addition to a makeup/shaving mirror, bathrobes, and hair dryer. Even more amenities, like an iron/ironing board, clock radio, blackout drapes/curtains, and windows that open, are the finishing touches to this vacation spot. Please note that this unit is non-smoking only.
Three Bedroom Stoweflake Townhouse
This 2,000-square-foot Townhouse has 3 rooms, the first with 1 queen bed, the second with 1 double bed and 1 twin bed, and the third with 1 King bed. Premium bedding is used in each room, including cotton sheets and triple sheeting. Extra towels and bedding are also provided. The unit features garden or mountain views, and guests can relax by the fireplace after a long day of adventure. Complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, cable TV with premium channels, and a direct-dial phone with voicemail make it easy to stay in touch with the outside world as well as providing entertainment. Additional amenities include air conditioning, climate control, a desk, clock radio, and ironing facilities, , The Townhouse is well stocked with anything needed to enjoy a quiet meal inside, including cookware and dishware, utensils, kitchen linens, dishwasher, and coffee/tea maker. The en-suite bathroom features designer toiletries as well as comfortable bathrobes, a makeup/shaving mirror, and a hair dryer. This is a non-smoking unit.
Three Bedroom Meadows Townhouse
This 3-bedroom Townhouse, 2,200 square feet in size, has 1 king bed and 3 queen beds with premium bedding, cotton sheets, triple sheeting, and extra towels/bedding. Lovely garden or mountain views add character to the rooms, and comfortable amenities like a fireplace, air conditioning and climate control, and cable TV with free movie channels and HBO make this Townhouse feel like home. The private bathroom is stocked with designer amenities, a makeup/shaving mirror, bathrobes, and hair dryer as well as a shower/tub combination. Complementary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access and direct-dial phone with voice mail make staying in touch easy. And don't forget the kitchen, fully supplied with appliances (dishwasher, coffee/tea maker) and dining amenities (cookware, dishware, utensils, linens) alike! Add in a clock radio, iron/ironing board, blackout drapes/curtains, and windows that open, and convenience meets comfort. Please note that this townhouse is non-smoking only.
Deluxe 2 Double Room
This 310-square-foot deluxe room has 2 double beds with pillowtop mattresses. Guests will enjoy a lovely mountain or garden view while wrapped warmly in a Spa at Stoweflake bathrobe and sipping coffee from a Keurig coffeemaker. . Direct-dial phone. TV with cable channels. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access, a minibar, ironing facilities, and access to the Sports & Wellness Center and pools (in season) are just a few of the great amenities and benefits of this unit.
Spa 2 Queen Room
The 2 queen beds in this 405-square-foot Spa room are dressed in pillowtop mattresses, premium bedding, and duvets. Each unit features a lovely mountain or garden view and has cozy amenities like a gas fireplace, Keurig coffeemaker, wet bar with refrigerator, and Spa at Stoweflake bathrobes. A direct-dial phone, cable TV, and complimentary wired and wireless high-speed Internet access make staying connected easy. The room also comes with ironing facilities, and guests have access to the Sports & Wellness Center and pools (in season).
Deluxe 1 King or 1 Queen
This 310-square-foot deluxe guestroom has 1 king bed or one queen bed with a luxurious pillowtop mattress, and it also features a lovely mountain or garden view. Staying connected is easy with complimentary wired and wireless Internet access, a direct-dial phone, and cable TV. Relax in comfort at a personal wet bar with a Keurig coffeemaker in a Spa at Stoweflake bathrobe. Additional amenities include ironing facilities as well as access to the Sports & Wellness Center and pools (in season). Double occupancy is expected in this unit unless otherwise noted.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
Burlington International Airport (BTV) (40 minutes away)
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Local Shuttle Info: 24 hours with airport transfers ranging from $25-70.
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