Jay Peak Resort was an interesting choice in hotels. The hotel itself was nice. It was brand new and had some bumpy moments but it is a nice stay. The only problem is that it is very isolated. The trip from where we needed to be to the hotel was 37.5 miles. It was not a straight shot. There were a lot of turns and if you miss one as we did it might be a while before you notice. The other thing that was sort of a big deal is there are a number of hotels on the property and the one we stayed at, the parking lot had not yet been paved and it was a dirt road which was quite bumpy. Kind of sneaks up on you if you get there in the dark. The other thing was the view out of our window was of the ski lift and a dirt mound. When we spoke to the bartender about it he said they had been trying to plant grass but it was not taking as of yet.
Don't get me wrong, we may even stay there again but be prepared for a long ride, pay attention to directions and drive carefully once you get on the property. On the upside the staff was friendly and helpful, there is a huge hockey rink and the waterpark is supposed to be large (we didnt see and didnt want to pay $55 extra to use it). There was some confusion when we brought a party of eight for a late dinner. The restaurant we called to see if they would be open when we got there (they said they would) was closed. We went to another and the chef and staff were very accomodating.
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- Also Known As:
- Jay Peak Hotel Jay
- Jay Peak Resort Vermont