Stowe Mountain Lodge Launches Snow Days-Ski & Stay Offer

Stowe Mountain Lodge Launches Snow Days-Ski & Stay Offer
In order to meet the rapidly growing demands of travelers looking for experiential, authentically local, customized packaging and convenient services when planning a vacation, Stowe Mountain Lodge, a Destination Hotel, has launched their new midweek, winter offer, Snow Days. This offer enables guests to add activities and experiences to create their own custom experiential package while making their lodging reservations. The consumer will also enjoy discounted pricing when adding activities at the time of booking.

Stowe Mountain Lodge guests can now book a midweek stay for the winter of 2016/2017 and save 20% on lodging and save up to 49% off lift tickets and activities added at the time of booking.

“Essentially we have created a value driven, hassle-free way for our guests to create a customized experiential package while booking their stay either online or through our reservations department,” says Michael Broderick, Director of Sales and Marketing at Stowe Mountain Lodge. “This is an extremely rare approach to hotel travel, but is much needed for the traveler looking for a truly authentic and customized vacation experience.”

While at the Lodge, guests can enjoy everything from ice skating, to fat tire mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing and snowboarding, spa treatments , guided snowshoe hikes and more. With more than a variety of items to customize a stay and many more to explore upon arrival through our concierge services, guests can easily plan their entire vacation from the Lodge's website or through a reservation agent now trained to curate locally authentic experiences for Stowe Mountain Lodge guests.

“Everyone who grew up in a winter location remembers that feeling of a snow day when school was cancelled and you were able to play outside all day,” says Mike Broderick. “We've essentially created the adult version of that, with endless Vermont outdoor adventures to choose from as part of the package.”

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