Sugarbush Inn

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Property Location You'll be centrally located in Warren with a stay at The Sugarbush Inn, steps from Sugarbush Ski Resort. This hotel is within the vicinity of Ole's Cross Country Center and Blueberry Lake Cross Country and Snowshoeing Center.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 42 guestrooms.D...

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Property Location You'll be centrally located in Warren with a stay at The Sugarbush Inn, steps from Sugarbush Ski Resort. This hotel is within the vicinity of Ole's Cross Country Center and Blueberry Lake Cross Country and Snowshoeing Center.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 42 guestrooms.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Sugarbush Inn. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check- out and a 24-hour front desk.

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Reviewed 28 january, 2021

While Covid restrictions limited some amenities, Sugarbush doesn't put much into this Inn, and they definitely could be doing more, but don't. The things they don't have are excuses for the things they could. I've been to many old inns that install an elevator over time...glad I wasn't on the third floor, yet it was a good haul to the second. Think going down carpeted flights in your ski boots...but where's the shuttle? There is a Thai restaurant open for take out in the Inn which is good, but the entire inn smells like Thai food all the time. Ventilation maybe? You can get a shuttle schedule, but we gave up and drove after waiting an hour outside when the shuttle should have arrived twice in that time according to the schedule...who is paying for the lift tix? Not you, Sugarbush. "Deluxe" king room is a euphemism...nothing deluxe about it, maybe a couple of nice prints or ski maps on the wall wouldn't set you back too much? How about two chairs instead of one? Maybe a microwave? Thank goodness there is a mini-fridge. And you can't put ANY breakfast food out? Even packaged? Or coffee in the lobby? The place down the road has figured out a way to provide Covid free breakfast, and coffee urns, to boot! Someone has got to be thinking about whether your customers will want to come back, don't you think? I won't...too many other great choices...



Reviewed 9 january, 2020

This is exactly what you imagine a rambling old school New England inn would be like.  The place just exudes Vermont charm. Yes the floors creak and the rooms are a little when I wanted a desk to work at, I sat at a table in the parlor room with the fireplace, or in the library.  (And the wifi works great.)  The breakfast spread is just right. It's a short drive to the ski mountain and the free bus line stops here if you don't want to drive (and look for a parking  spot). Staff is very friendly.   A staff member walking by the parlor while I was writing  this .... stopped and offered to build a fire.


Great place to stay close to the mountain

Reviewed 8 january, 2020

Stayed here for 3 days midweek to go skiing at Sugarbush. Staff very helpful especially Phil who was at the front desk for the 3 days we were here. We were on the 2nd floor which is the updated floor. Room a little small but adequate. Bed comfortable with nice linens and great towels. A few hooks on the wall for hanging ski clothing would be nice to have and maybe a tray to hold ski boots. The breakfast was great each day with different hot choices (pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon) along with cereal, pastries, cut up fruit, yogurt, coffee, tea, juices. Lovely dining room--lots of space. Very close to the mountain. A free shuttle is available but we chose to drive. Nice Thai restaurant downstairs. Would definitely love to come back here and stay again. Very quaint, clean, neat with a very nice staff.

Sharon O

The Sugarbush Inn is a slice of living history.!

Reviewed 28 december, 2019

In today’s Amazon must deliver today, must have it now, got to have the latest app now, go go go world, the Sugarbush Inn is a bit of haven. I first came he when I was 13 years old ((that was nearly 50 years ago)). I stayed in the Bunk House and never forgot the winter wonderland feeling. Now in in 2019 one more trip to The Sugarbush Inn proves you can go back.! My stay this 2019 Christmas was wonderful and it was like a time capsule, everything is as it always was. If I had to give any criticism it would be that it’s is a 3 story walk up, no elevator – pack your bags appropriately and all will take you back in time.

chris e

Rustic, old-time charm

Reviewed 17 march, 2019

This was my first time to Sugarbush mountain, and my son and I had a great time at the Sugarbush Inn. My son remarked that he felt like we had stepped back in time, and I agreed. The Inn is how I picture an old-fashioned ski lodge. There are large rooms for sitting and reading, with a fireplace, pool table, and old Steinway piano. Breakfast is served in a quaint dining room with large picture windows. It’s a full breakfast—eggs, bacon, pancakes, muffins, hot coffee with real cream, bagels with Vermont peanut butter. The atmosphere makes one want to talk to other guests, and I met some lovely folks while I was there, including one who played original music on the piano for us nightly. Note, though, that there are few amenties. We had to carry our luggage to the third floor without help. No elevators. No ice machines (though the front desk quickly provides buckets of ice upon request). There’s a great Thai restaurant on site, but be sure to get reservations on the weekends as they fill up quickly. The room we had on the third floor was large but simple. The beds were super comfortable with nice linen. The rooms themselves were old and creaked and made odd noises in the pipes. We didn’t mind. It’s super close to the ski mountain—just a mile or so, and you get access to the fitness facility up there and pool and hot tub (though a hot tub on site would have been the cherry on top for sure). I would books this place over a generic hotel anytime. Reasonable prices, good company, great location, old-time charm.