There is no mistaking the road to Killington Resort.
As you approach the famous Vermont ski town of Killington
lodging options abound—hotels, inns, and bed
and breakfasts. Hotels in Killington
Vermont are in high demand during ski season, but
with so many you won’t struggle to find Killington
accommodation. Last-minute rooms are usually available
at the motels along Route 4 as you approach town.
Killington Resort itself has many lodging options, ranging from the merely functional to the truly opulent. The Killington Grand, a slopeside condominium complex, is one of the best hotels in Killington Vermont. There are some great ski package deals available at this and other Killington Resort hotels. Many condo rooms require a multi-night stay.
One of the most popular hotels in Killington Vermont is the 97-room Cortina Inn, a large luxury lodge close to Killington Resort. This mini-resort has hiking trails, tennis courts, an indoor pool, ice-skating, snowmobile tours, and comfortable public lounges. The New England Culinary Institute is in residence at its two excellent restaurants.
Another fine Killington lodging option within minutes of the slopes is the Inn of the Six Mountains, a modern hotel with a ski lodge atmosphere and excellent spa amenities. Saint Bernard dogs and plaid carpeting are the motifs at the Summit Lodge. The rooms are basic, but the best things about this Killington lodging establishment are the inviting communal areas. This is ideal Killington accommodation for those looking for an authentic ski lodge at a reasonable price. Its full menu of spa amenities, including a range of massages, are welcome after a day on the slopes.
One of the coziest hotels in Killington Vermont is the Inn at Long Trail, a small lodge situated where the famous hiking route, the Long Trail (and Appalachian Trail) crosses Route 4. This unusual Killington accommodation draws its décor from the outdoors: there are large boulders inside the hotel! The inn offers special rates to hikers completing the entire Long Trail or Appalachian Trail. This is a perfect location from which to enjoy Vermont hiking in the surrounding mountains.
Skiers who don’t mind a longer drive to the slopes
should look for Killington lodging in nearby Rutland
Vermont. Rates at the Holiday Inn on Route 7 and the
Best Western Hogge Penny Inn are reliably affordable and
Rutland has many other options for excellent Killington
accommodation. The Inn at Rutland, a large Victorian house
at 70 N. Main Street (Route 7) in Rutland is an affordable bed and breakfast. Each of its 11 guest
rooms has a private bath.
Another option to consider for Killington accommodation is a vacation rental. Many agencies offer rental houses and condos in Killington and the surrounding area. These are a especially good idea for large groups and those who plan on staying at least a week. Prices for a 3-bedroom house within 10 miles of Killington in ski season start between $1,500 and $2,000, making this a good financial option.
Of course, with a rental house you won’t get the same room service, restaurants, and spa amenities as at a Killington hotel.