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Killington Mountain Lodge

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We loved our stay! From the friendly and professional staff, through the clean and cozy public areas, the hot tub is amazing! The kids enjoyed the movie theater with free popcorn, and the fun games in the 1st floor. The breakfast was great, tasty, fresh. Highly recommended!

The front desk could use a class on cordiality. I really didn't have a warm, welcome feeling when I checked in. At no fault of the hotel or its staff, the hotel is very noisy. There were a lot of young people who partied early into the morning, entering their rooms with slamming doors and yelling. The hot tub does close at 10:00 pm, however, that didn't discourage the party crowd from gathering around the fire at 1:30 am with a lot of hooting and hollering. I probably would look for a more family friendly, quieter place to stay the next time.

The ONLY thing that I didn't like was the lack of the room to hold a steady temp. It was incredibly too hot. I was able to remedy that by turning off the heat and opening the window.

Booked 2 rooms. Travelled with in-laws. Hotel was clean. Breakfast was great.

Great location, only 1 mile away from lift area. Wil come back again

Nice location, but poorly maintained. Lobby and entrance looked shabby and staff was not very friendly. Room was clean and comfortable, but the bathroom had a leaking faucet that dripped all night. Not worth $129 a night, may be good value for $75.

It was our first trip to Killington Vermont. We stayed in the hotel for 2 nights. The location of the hotel is quite convenient. Many good restaurants around that area. The spa and hot tube was really nice.

This hotel seemed a bit pricey for how outdated it was, but it was nice.

It was relaxed, clean, and comfortable. This place is not fancy, nor a dump. There are a few different lounge areas, including a darts room and a shuffleboard table. The pool and Hot tub were great. There were a few bar/restaurant options within walking distance from the hotel. For 4 of us in our mid 20's on a Saturday night, it was a good deal!

The hotel was a little outdated but when I'm only planning on sleeping there that wasn't an issue. It was close to all the great restaurants and shops at Killington and only a short drive to the gondolas. They had ample parking when I stayed. The breakfast wasn't any high class thing but it was filling and free so I couldn't ask for more. The rooms were clean and the hotel staff was polite. Only true complaint was that the hot water was a little temperamental. I think they probably didn't have enough hot water for everyone so depending on how many people were pulling from it your shower would go from cold to scolding hot.

The location was excellent, the room drastically needs updated though. The paint was chipping off the walls in the bathroom. And the bed could be updated, the bed was overrused and it actually like sleeping in a u-shape. everything just rolled towards the middle.

Got to the hotel before check in and we ask when we are we able to check in. At first she said 12:30 and they would hold are bags if we would like to. Then she said we can use there pool or anything we would like to untill r room was available. So we went to park the car and came back in and she said they have a room for us.

For the price of this hotel the location was fantastic. Right near the mountain and the location to the stores/restaurants was great. The rooms were nothing crazy but clean and the bed was very soft. The value was great, cozy little get away. Indoor pool/jacuzzi and an outdoor jacuzzi as well. If i can get it for this price again, definitely would stay again!

Hotel needs updating and more staff, but it was clean and a great location to the lifts.

Nice little hotel. The service was good, but the beds were very uncomfortable. Sleep was hard to com by due to the beds.

I must not have read the description well enough. The Pub and the restaurant were not open. It was my fault for not reading the description better. Other than that, the hotel was very good with a great location. There was a great sport pub and restaurant across the road. It was a fun place with a great staff.

I have stayed at The Inn of the Six Mountains before, so I knew what to anticipate. The staff was professional and courteous, the room very clean, and it was an overall good experience. I will return and would recommend this this Inn to others.

comfortable, convenient, friendly. overall, a wonderful experience. hope to get back there soon

Inn of the Six Mountains is in one of the best spots on the Killington access road. It’s looking tired and dated in the common areas, with cheesy low-wattage fluorescent bulbs dimly lighting the hallways. I’m sure that’s an attempt to “be green” but it gives the place a creepy forbidding look. After a day on the slopes, being greeted by a fire in the massive foyer fireplace would be nice. In several stays over the years, this has never happened. It’s the same in the sitting area with another huge fireplace on the second floor. It’s just a drab space that with updating, comfortable furniture and good lighting could be made into an inviting place for a cocktail or beverage of your choice. The arcade area off the lobby is now a junk storage, with a plastic sheet hanging across the doorway. Not very attractive or inviting. The room itself, the bathroom and the bedding all seem clean and well cared for. The TV was and old tube style with poor picture quality. It’s WAY past due to get current with flat screen/HDTV technology. Open Wifi is available in the lodge. Speaking of technology, cell service on the Verizon network is poor throughout all of facility and Killington area in general. Do yourself a HUGE favor and skip the complimentary continental breakfast. Prison grade food in an ice-cold room isn’t a great start to the day. I have been to many places that pull off 5-star buffet style meals successfully, like the Von Trapp lodge in Stowe, VT. The staff is friendly and helpful if approached, but they wouldn’t go out of their way to acknowledge you as you traverse the facility. Overall, I have seen this place decline over the years. If close/clean enough/budget are dictating your travel plans, book it. If you want something more luxurious… better move on! I think I’ll be moving on.

Like many other reviewers have already mentioned, this hotel is nothing special....except for the proximity to Killington and free shuttle to the slopes. I got a fantastic deal through this service, so it was worth it. But if I'd paid full price, I would've been less satisfied for sure. Hotel is clean, room was comfortable, but outdated. 'Heated' pool was cold. Hot tub nice but tiny. Outdoor hot tub out of order. Kids did like the free cider and hot chocolate in the afternoons. Free breakfast buffet was so-so.....eggs that looked like they maybe once saw a chicken and pancakes that tasted like foam. I would probably not stay here again...unless I got a fantastic deal like this time.

2617 Killington Rd Killington VT

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Bar/lounge

Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Killington Golf Course, Killington Mountain Lodge places you within a few miles (5 km) of Killington Resort. This 102-room, 3.5-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an indoor pool and free in-room WiFi. It's in the mountains and also close to Gifford Woods State Park.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast, served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10 AM. At the end of the day, the bar/lounge is a great place to grab a drink.


Rooms

The 102 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and laptop-compatible safes. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Phones and ironing boards are also standard.


Property features

At Killington Mountain Lodge, guests have access to an indoor pool, a spa tub, and free WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free ski shuttle. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Other amenities at this ski hotel include a meeting room, a fireplace in the lobby, and a gift shop.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Killington Mountain Lodge

Everyone (2) Couples (28) Business (6) Family (18) Friends (8) Other (5)
5

nice cozy lodge

Everyone

We loved our stay! From the friendly and professional staff, through the clean and cozy public areas, the hot tub is amazing! The kids enjoyed the movie theater with free popcorn, and the fun games in the 1st floor. The breakfast was great, tasty, fresh. Highly recommended!

By , from Baltimore on Jun 30, 2017

3

very convenient location!!

Families

The front desk could use a class on cordiality. I really didn't have a warm, welcome feeling when I checked in. At no fault of the hotel or its staff, the hotel is very noisy. There were a lot of young people who partied early into the morning, entering their rooms with slamming doors and yelling. The hot tub does close at 10:00 pm, however, that didn't discourage the party crowd from gathering around the fire at 1:30 am with a lot of hooting and hollering. I probably would look for a more family friendly, quieter place to stay the next time.

By on Jan 24, 2017

Review comment responded on Jan 31, 2017

Dear Guest, Thank you so much for your feedback of our Lodge. We are happy to hear you enjoyed your stay with us. Our staff takes great pride in your reviews.

4

we will be back! excellent value

Everyone

The ONLY thing that I didn't like was the lack of the room to hold a steady temp. It was incredibly too hot. I was able to remedy that by turning off the heat and opening the window.

By , from NH on Dec 19, 2016

Review comment responded on Jan 2, 2017

We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your time with us and will return...we can't wait!

5

family trip

Families

Booked 2 rooms. Travelled with in-laws. Hotel was clean. Breakfast was great.

By on Jul 31, 2015

4

great location

Couples

Great location, only 1 mile away from lift area. Wil come back again

By on Nov 18, 2014

3

nice family getaway

Couples

Nice location, but poorly maintained. Lobby and entrance looked shabby and staff was not very friendly. Room was clean and comfortable, but the bathroom had a leaking faucet that dripped all night. Not worth $129 a night, may be good value for $75.

By on Oct 14, 2014

4

pristine killington getaway

Families

It was our first trip to Killington Vermont. We stayed in the hotel for 2 nights. The location of the hotel is quite convenient. Many good restaurants around that area. The spa and hot tube was really nice.

By on Jul 7, 2014

4

nice, very outdated

Couples

This hotel seemed a bit pricey for how outdated it was, but it was nice.

By on Mar 24, 2014

3

fun place!

GetawayWithFriends

It was relaxed, clean, and comfortable. This place is not fancy, nor a dump. There are a few different lounge areas, including a darts room and a shuffleboard table. The pool and Hot tub were great. There were a few bar/restaurant options within walking distance from the hotel. For 4 of us in our mid 20's on a Saturday night, it was a good deal!

By on Mar 24, 2014

4

great stay for skiing at killington

Couples

The hotel was a little outdated but when I'm only planning on sleeping there that wasn't an issue. It was close to all the great restaurants and shops at Killington and only a short drive to the gondolas. They had ample parking when I stayed. The breakfast wasn't any high class thing but it was filling and free so I couldn't ask for more. The rooms were clean and the hotel staff was polite. Only true complaint was that the hot water was a little temperamental. I think they probably didn't have enough hot water for everyone so depending on how many people were pulling from it your shower would go from cold to scolding hot.

By on Mar 9, 2014