7 Best Spa Hotels in Vermont

From luxury resorts to rustic lodges, Vermont is home to some beautiful spa hotels that make for a perfect rejuvenation getaway. If you’re seeking massages, mineral pools, and outdoor wood-fired hot tubs, the Green Mountain State has accommodations to suit your needs. Prepare for a weekend (or a week) of relaxation at the best spa hotels in Vermont.

The Essex, Vermont's Culinary Resort and Spa, Essex, VT

The Essex is a multi-building grand hotel that offers luxurious rooms with 300-thread-count linens, brick-enclosed fireplaces, iPod docking stations, and large-screen TVs. Plus, this 120-room resort hotel offers an on-site studio kitchen where cooking classes run on a regular basis, and site’s spa offers a heated pool, oversized outdoor hot tub, massage services, steam rooms, exercise center, body treatment, facials, and a salon.

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Woodstock Inn & Resort, Woodstock, VT

Established by Laurance and Mary Rockefeller, and with roots that reach all the way back to 1793, the Woodstock Inn featured hardwood bed frames and hand-hewn post and beam construction. Each of the 142 rooms and suites captures Vermont’s quintessential rustic style, and the hotel offers all of the modern amenities, including an onsite 10,000-square-foot LEED-certified Aveda spa with 10 treatment rooms and locally-sourced spa products.

Topnotch Resort, Stowe, VT

It is hard to believe you would find a cosmopolitan vibe at a mountain resort, but there you have it. All rooms have recently been updated and have a modern, sleek feel that matches the mountain lifestyle just fine. Plus, the spa at Topnotch Resort is said to span 35,000 square-feet and boast 30 treatment rooms, a fitness facility, saunas and steam rooms, a whirlpool tub, a solarium, a beauty salon, and an indoor lap pool. 

The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa, Manchester Village, VT

The Equinox offers 21 guest rooms with grand mountain views and crackling fireplaces. In addition to oversized showerheads and room service, you will also find an on-site spa. The Equinox offers a variety of services including facials, massages, and nail, hair, and body treatments. Steam rooms and saunas are also available, as well as a glassed-in Olympic-sized swimming pool and grand views of the surround Green Mountains.

Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa, Stowe, VT

Set on an idyllic 60-acre plot in the heart of the Green Mountains, the Stoweflake Resort offers classic accommodations and access to world-class full-service spa services. The spa includes a mineral pool and waterfall, hot tubs, sauna, massage treatments, hair services, and more. 

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Castle Hill Resort and Spa, Proctorsville, VT

This refurbished 1897 English Cotswold-style castle with an attached spa and carriage house was made entirely of locally-sourced stone, and the site is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Wood-paneled walls, Tiffany lamps, and brick fireplaces all make the place feel old and cozy, and the award-winning Aveda Concept Spa features six private treatment rooms, massages, and more.

Twin Farms, Barnard, VT

Twin Farms is set against a backdrop of 300 acres of pastoral Vermont farmland, and the small collection of a farmhouse and outbuildings can accommodate up to 20 guests. This quaint Green Mountain bed and breakfast has been featured in Forbes Travel Guide, Traveler, and Andrew Harper, and the on-site Bridge House Spa features glass brick steam rooms. 

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