Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews

4.0 out of 5
67% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Chicago, United States of America

Great place to view the fall leaves

Posted Oct 24, 2016
Location: I highly suggest renting a car if you want to go/see things. There is a ski lodge in the winter and lots of hiking in the woods onsite.
I needed a place to rest for a couple of days after an intense week of work at a convention. This was a nice place to get some rest and sight see the fall leaves. I arrived at 12:30am on a Thursday, and I was told the key would be on the desk. I went in and had to use my phone light to find it, but then again I was extremely tired. The staff doesn't stay there overnight-I think they are there from 7am-9pm. If I had stayed longer, I would definitely have needed to rent a car since taxis are at least $60/each way to Burlington. I think I was the only guest there when I arrived, and I saw one other person the next day, and by Friday, several people seem to have checked in. I counted three cats, and one was just adorable, always purring and wanted to be petted. I was told there was a hot tub onsite, but didn't check that out. I was most excited for the vegan café onsite which had smoothies, salads and even a delicious flatbread pizza! My favorite thing was the fire stove in the room. I just loved sitting in my room in front of the fire stove with a cup of chai. The place seemed to be like a hippie hangout from the 60s, but I was cool with that. Angel tarot cards, crystals, and status of the Buddha everywhere. I spent my time resting and hiking in the woods, which are not beginner trails by any means and are not marked so I suggest going with someone unless you are very experienced. All in all, I had a pleasant time and even got a private yoga class.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler

This traveler left a rating score only Posted Oct 18, 2016 on Hotels
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Posted Oct 16, 2016 on Hotels
Very quiet and serene. Lot of good options for relaxation.
4 out of 5
by Michele from Upstate New York

A Peaceful Weekend

Posted Aug 30, 2016 on Hotels
If you are hoping to leave the world behind, Lotus is a good choice. Don't go here if you are looking for the services of a 5-star hotel. It is a secluded lodge, almost at the top of the mountain at Bolton Valley Ski Resort. The owners are friendly and the rooms are recently renovated with new king beds and a parlor stove in each room. The bathroom was clean as was the room and the air conditioner kept the room very comfortable during our August visit. Rooms don't have televisions, but with wifi and a laptop, we watched the morning news and an evening movie before turning in. Their free morning coffee, available daily in their cafe was delicious! We will definitely return for the peace and serenity.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Long Island, NY

Cute room

Posted Aug 21, 2016
Pros: Not your standard hotel.
Cute room with an electric fireplace, pretty sure it had real flame. Old and needs an update but our bed was comfy and I loved the sheets and comforter. Not your standard hotel bedding. However out allergies were acting up. I think it was from the AC. No mini fridge or TV, but we were only staying one night so it was fine. We had a balcony that I believe was shared with other rooms. We had a really late checkin and it was no problem but there was no one around to get the wifi password from. Really cute room names. Was not aware this was a wellness center but I'm perfectly fine with all that. Think one with the earth and the 70s.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler from NH

Vegan and quiet

Posted Aug 1, 2016
Pros: Beautiful view. Very quiet.
This hotel is near the top of the access road to Bolton Valley Ski Resort. We were in the area for a friend's party and this one allowed us to book 1 night - not the usual 2-night minimum. We had to go looking for someone upon checking in. The room we stayed in had a very musty wall hanging covering one whole wall. My husband has asthma and this was a problem. The Inn has a cafe and a self-service coffee. Hint- bring your own mug. The ones they have are mismatched, chipped and in need of a good wash. Also, bring your own sugar ... they ran out. In fact bring your own TV and air conditioner too. I should have done more research . .. it clearly stated that it was a "wellness" lodge. I didn't understand what that meant. Now I do.