This cozy bed and breakfast will feel like home during your ski vacation to Sugarloaf.
This historic bed and breakfast has six rooms, three of which have private baths. The restaurant, One Stanley Avenue, is located next door, and is open seasonally for fine dining. Rooms are decorated in a Victorian style, and the grounds consist of sprawling lawns, woods, and a 1900s gazebo that was once home to the town’s bandstand. Kingfield, Maine | 207.265.5541 | stanleyavenue.com
Bring your dog along on your next ski vacation, and he'll receive special treatment at this Squaw Valley hotel.
If you can’t leave home without your furry friend, stay at the PumpJack Inn, where they offer dog beds, treats, and bowls. Fido is also allowed in most areas of the hotel, as long as he stays on his leash, and a list of resources, dog-friendly trails, dog-friendly beaches, and dog-friendly North Lake Tahoe restaurants is also available at the hotel. If you go to Squaw Valley enough to warrant buying a season pass, ask about the PlumpJack Season Pass, which gives season pass holders a 15 percent discount off of reservations.
On the national register of historic places, this charming in is located on Main Street, and is only six minutes from the ski hill.
The Victoria Inn is on the national register of historic places, and is located right downtown in Bethel, Maine. Only six minutes from the ski hill, you can take a trolley from the Inn to the hill, and back again. Period décor in each room has won the Inn local awards for beautification efforts. If you want a hearty breakfast before you hit the slopes you’re in luck: the Inn serves a full breakfast in the dining room each morning. Bethel, Maine | 888-774-1235 | thevictoria-inn.com
The location of this hotel makes skiing a breeze, the chairlift is steps from your room.
The chairlift is right outside the door of the cozy Sugarloaf Inn, so you can easily go back to your room for a mid-afternoon break from the hill. The Shipyard Brewhaus Restaurant and Pub is located inside, and has a delicious menu as well as a fireside lounge for skiers to enjoy after they head in for the day. This ski-in, ski-out hotel has 42 rooms and “skiers quarters” that offer bunk bed-style lodging at an affordable price. Carrabassett Valley, Maine | 800.843.5623 | sugarloaf.com
This centrally located hotel will keep everyone in the family happy.
The Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel is located right in the center of the Sugarloaf Village. Guests rarely need to use their car once they arrive because everything is accessible by foot or on skis, so getting to the bar for an après-ski treat is a breeze. The hotel is a short walk from the slopes, base lodge, shops and restaurants. They also offer a variety of ski-and-stay packages throughout the winter. Carrabassett Valley, Maine | 207.237.2222 | sugarloaf.com
This hotel is located close to winter and summer activities.
A 24-hour fitness center, hot tub, and quick access to the gondola make the Sundial Lodge a convenient choice. Enjoy nearby hiking and mountain bike trails in the summer, and easy access to skiing in the winter. Room accommodations include individual hotel rooms, studios, and 1-2 bedroom suites. Book online at TheCanyons.com.
This family-friendly hotel offers something for everyone: enjoy magicians, an outdoor heated pool, or the spa.
The easy lift access, and location near some of Sunday River’s steepest terrain make this hotel great for all-levels of skiers. Ski- and- stay packages include lodging, lift tickets, and an adult “perfect turn” lesson, and kids under 12 eat for free in the Legend’s Restaurant when accompanied by a paying adult. The Black Diamond Entertainment series runs every year to keep guests off all ages entertained, it includes live music, magicians, and comedy acts. An added bonus: guests all sleep on the famed “Boyne Bed,” which is made exclusively for Boyne resorts, such as Sunday River.
Located between Peak 8 and Peak 9 at the base of the slopes.
The lodge is made of timber-frame construction; a true overgrown log cabin experience. Located between Peak 8 and Peak 9 at the base of the slopes, the lodge has a spa, bar and grill, two swimming pools, six hot tubs, gym, arcade, children’s playground, and guided exercise classes. Each room has a kitchen and private balcony.
Gather in the lobby with the other guests of the hotel for apres-ski festivities.
This historic hotel was built in 1918 and lends itself to socializing in the lobby after a day of skiing. Guests can sit by the fireplace and enjoy an après-ski cocktail, or play on the baby grand piano. They offer ski-and-stay packages to both Sugarloaf, 10 miles away, and Saddleback, 28 miles away. Kingfield, Maine | 207.265.2000 | herbertgrandhotel.com
For the savvy economy travelers, save money at a location that is just a five-minute walk from the slopes.
For the savvy economy travelers, save money at a location that is just a five-minute walk from the slopes and close to shops, bars, and restaurants on Main Street. The lodge has 71 rooms, each with one or two queen-sized beds, private bath, and mountain-inspiredfurnishings.