Killington Mountain Lodge, BW Signature Collection,  Killington

4.0/5  - based on 264 guest reviews.
2617 Killington Road, 05751-9747, Killington, United States - See map
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  • Free parking
    Free parking
  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
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    Safe deposit box
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Welcome to the Killington Mountain Lodge, BW Signature Collection a leisure resort in Killington, Vermont surrounded by the scenic Green Mountains. Our resort & ski lodge is the perfect place to enjoy year-round recreation, or to discover the unique charm of local villages. Other Killington, Vermont hotels do not even come close to our luxury lodging accommodations. With 103 comfortable guest rooms, on-site dining and event services for Killington, Vermont weddings or meetings, The Killington Mountain Lodge is the ideal Killington, Vermont hotel for every vacation.

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Killington Mountain Lodge, BW Signature Collection,Killington
  • 5
    « Love this place! »

    My family came to Vermont to visit friends. Found this hotel and so glad we did! We had a great time. The Staff was friendly, hot tub was very relaxing and the rooms were just what we needed. Can't wait to come back!

    3
    « No heat and no coffee »

    I read the multiple reviews before booking our room and figured we had a 50/50 chance on things being okay. The facility itself is a little beat up but I expect that from any ski lodge and could live with. We arrived after 10pm and our room was waiting for us. The one bad thing, we had no heat. It was a cool VT evening in May that felt more like March. Since we got in so late we didn't say anything about the heat thinking that we'd just get under the covers and would be fine. If the room were a normal temperature the bedding would have been fine but considering the room was exceptionally cold, the bedding was not sufficient and we all spent the night curled up in a ball trying to retain heat. We had an event to go to the next morning so we planned to leave the hotel at 8:30am. We went down to the breakfast room at 8:20am and they were out of coffee. We had asked but unfortunately since we only allowed ourselves enough time to toast some bread and grab a cup of coffee, we were not able to wait for them to bring more coffee. I wasn't expecting a lot but heat and coffee would have been nice. I think in the middle of ski season this resort would be a great time. The common areas were large and clean. The outside Jacuzzi area was beautiful and the multiple indoor fire places would add a nice warm touch in the middle of winter. If they could get the small details like heat and coffee down, I would give it a better rating.

    2
    « Not bad but not good either »

    I hate giving bad reviews, but I'm afraid I must. This hotel was just really run down. The window in our room was broken, the safe was broken, and there was a stain that looked like blood on the shower curtain. The people there were nice, but there was a lot of cleaning that needed to take place. On our first morning there, we left the room for probably 5 hours and came back to find that the room had still not been serviced. I had to call Housekeeping to have them come clean the room, after they asked me, "Do you still want the room serviced"? When we got back, although the room smelled good, there was some sand on the carpet, and some other things that clearly had not been vacuumed up. I don't drink, but my husband ordered a scotch at the bar and they said they didn't renew their liquor license in time so there was only beer and wine. He was kind of annoyed at this. Granted, we were there at the very end of the ski season, and I can tell myself that they were going to clean before the start of the summer season but... On a positive note, the breakfast was great and the snacks they put out at night in the lounge were yummy. The hot tub was great after several hours of hiking, but the place definitely needs some TLC before I would stay there again. Oh also- under their sign, it says there is a "Spa". I asked the front desk about it and they had no idea what I was talking about. They said there were some wellness classes coming in, and maybe that was the spa. I thought that was kind of odd.

    4
    « Best place in town »

    Access road hotel, awesome setting with stone fireplaces, movie theatre , games and amazing ?get your feed on? complimentary breakfast James the manger is amazing and accommodating too Thanks for awesome stay every time!!!

    1
    « Found it after years of searching! »

    I've been travelling for business and leisure for more than 40 years, staying in thousands of properties. This dump is by far THE WORST hotel I've found in America, maybe anywhere in the western hemisphere. Let's start with the guest rooms. Do you like mold? Smells? Broken windows? Lights that won't turn on? Carpets which are older than you are? Floor lamps that don't work? How about a dehumidifier that's designed to vent to the outside (with a dryer hose attachment, hacked off by a pair of garden shears) sitting in the middle of the floor, venting right back into the room? If that's your dream vacation, you'll find all those here. How about a lobby with bare floors, and all the charm of a police station? Check. A 15-minute check-in? A disheveled desk clerk who can't figure out Best Western Rewards? No luggage carts? An honest-to-God dirt parking lot? Where else can you find that in America in 2018? Right here, believe it or not. The mold in the room was so bad my wife's allergies went into hyper-drive. We had to leave and find another property. And now I need to fight with VISA over the bill (we were told we would not be charged, but we were). Truly the most dreadful property I've stayed at in 40 years. Best Western should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this hellhole into their collection.

    3
    « Killington Ski Weekend »

    Overall the Killington Mountain Lodge does a good job for the money. Nothing too fancy but the hotel staff went out of their way to make the guests comfortable. Rooms are fine, nothing fancy. No in room temp control and a few toilet issues but otherwise an OK stay for the price.

    5
    « Spring Break fun »

    This hotel is fabulous and we have James to thank! From the moment I called for reservations he set things in motion for this to be a special trip. I wanted a room/suite that I could bring my daughter, son in law and two grandchildren to. James made certain we had the exact room I wanted and set us up in a family suite that was wonderful! It was a corner room at the end of the hall, away from lobby noise. The room could not have been better. James was welcoming both in making my reservation and when we arrived! He had the room ready and couldn't have been more welcoming! My 3 year old granddaughter loved him and he even played hide and seek with her. He talked with her when she was sad and she got completely happy! The room was clean and very, very comfortable. The bedding was nice and comfortable, pillows fluffy and soft and our room even had two balconies! The price was amazing...we stayed two nights and wanted a third! The housekeeping staff, the lady at the bar...everyone we came in co tact with was absolutely wonderful! We will most definately be back!!

    5
    « My favorite Spot to Stay »

    I go up to Killington 10+ times in a season to snowboard. This is my favorite place to stay. Rooms are nice and comfy. Continental breakfast is delicious and I love the hot tub, great view of the mountain both day and night. Location is great, less than 5 mins from multiple lifts and tons of restaurants.

    5
    « Great stay! »

    The location and facilities are great! My boyfriend and I chose this hotel because we aren't really bed-and-breakfast-type people, and we were looking more of a real hotel. This was the perfect place for our ski weekend, and we would definitely go back. I highly recommend it.

    3
    « Good stay! »

    We had a nice stay at this hotel. The two guys who checked us in could have been more friendly by saying things like "welcome" and "enjoy your stay". They didn't say much and did't make us feel welcome when we arrived. The place is a old lodge that has been updated. The rooms were clean and basic. Walls are a little thin. You could hear noise from other rooms and doors slamming. Good place to stay when visiting Killington. Good breakfast in the morning and the girl attendant was friendly when we checked out.

  • 3
    « Ok for price but we won't be back »

    Our expectations weren't high for the price and location which were excellent. Breakfast was good value. However housekeeping really lets this place down - sporadic ?cleaning' and retaliation when we didn't leave a tip one day as didn't have change - they cranked he heating up high - it was crazy hot when we came back! Vent to outdoors in room wall was blowing in cold air so got front desk to duct tape it closed - it worked but not what you expect! Beer cans floating in hot tub is gross - they should really restrict it. I wouldn't mind but I had little kids who wanted to go in there. It's a shame as this place has potential but we will pay more in future and stay elsewhere.

    5
    « Can't beat this for the price! »

    I know, it is a Best Western, but it felt more like a Marriott. We took a last minute quick overnight trip to Killington and picked this place based on the pictures and it didn't disappoint. Guests were enjoying the hot tub (we did not go in) in the freezing weather. The fire places made it feel like a legit ski lodge. You could walk across the street for a great burger, gyro, and craft beer. The rooms were on par with a Marriott courtyard and the buffet breakfast was substantial. Lastly, the staff were phenomenal. From check in to check out, they were on top of it. Just 5 minutes from the slopes and a block from multiple ski rental places if you are renting.

    4
    « I always enjoy staying here »

    Killington Mountain Lodge is one of the better places to stay on the Mt. Attentive staff, clean rooms and great breakfast. The shuttle to Snowshed is quick and convenient and most importantly, dependable. The driver, Gary, is a fountain of information on mountain conditions and local restaurants. The lodge itself is clean and comfortable, especially the beds. In the morning there is a great breakfast bar with a varied assortment fruits, cereals, eggs, etc. In the evening it's nice to pop into the bar for Long Trail or something to eat. Very relaxed and laid back. I'm looking forward to being back up there for some spring skiing.

    4
    « Great place to stay at Killington! »

    My family and I went to Killington for our Spring Break vacation. We stayed at the lodge for four nights. I will stay again if I ever come back. The hotel is pretty, the rooms are spacious, the breakfast is wonderful, and is very close to the ski mountain and restaurants. The hotel provides a shuttle to the mountain. The hotel personnel is very friendly. After skiing my kids enjoyed playing at the pool table or with the big connect four. The hotel also has a movie theater and a pool.

    2
    « Great staff, sad room »

    Too many room issues to mention. Analog tv, portable heater, exhaust for humidifier in room not connected, cable and electrical outlets have gaps, cable for tv run externally around a door, possible mold in bathroom, cosmetic issues, etc.

    4
    « Girls Trip »

    This hotel offers a lot of awesome perks including: breakfast with a waffle bar (delicious), giant outdoor hot tub, and a bar with games (giant checkers, giant jenga, pool). We didn't spend much time in the room but it looked like the prior occupants had a fun night in the room. Our room was on the third floor overlooking the pool area and one of the windows was broken so it wouldn't lock closed and the screen was dented. There was also some damage to the wall. But the sheets, beds, and bathroom were all clean. We notified the front desk of the window and they offered for us to change rooms. Overall I was very satisfied with this hotel and would stay here again.

    5
    « Cozy and Friendly! »

    My family stayed here for 5 nights and we LOVED it! Check in was super easy, and we were welcomed into a lobby area with a huge fireplace. This place is so cozy with it's rustic mountain decor! On the first floor there is a pool table and some other games, a bar area, and another sitting area with a fireplace. In the evenings, we would come down and sit in the bar area or play games. You can order some food, have free hot chocolate, tea or coffee at any time during the day and the WIFI (free) is very good. On the main floor, they show 2 movies per night, one for kids at 7pm and one at 9pm. If you're into hot tubs, there's a huge hot tub outside with a fire pit. It was so pretty especially while snowing. For those who would prefer to stay indoors, there is also have an indoor pool! There is free breakfast in the mornings and it's actually quite good with lots of variety. There's always somewhere to sit (not over crowded) although it is most crowded at 7am since everyone is itching to get to the mountains by 9am. The rooms are nice, nothing too fancy, but clean. I didn't like the sheets on the beds so much as I would have preferred a nice thick duvet (it's just a covered comforter), but they were comfortable. The room comes equipped with coffee machines, a small fridge, a safe, and a hair dryer. If there was anything I could change, it would be the bed sizes... the double beds were a little "cozy" for us (family of 4) and maybe queen beds would be a little more comfortable. We've skied quite a bit on the west coast and Quebec. This was our very first ski trip in the East (Vermont). We felt very welcomed by the staff at the hotel and my kids (8 and 6 years old) had loads to do! I felt as if we were in a cozy little mountain chalet and that is exactly what I would want on a skiing trip! We will most definitely return to this hotel when we come back to Killington.

    5
    « Powder ski trip at Killington »

    Very nice hotel. Accepts dogs. Very quiet room. Excellent breakfast served to prepaee you for a solid ski day. They provide free shuttle but also close to the ski resort. Coming back and relax in the hot tube after an amazing ski day. A place to stay if you want a great time before and after your ski day. ALL staff was agreable and very accomodating from booking until the end.

    4
    « Clean and great location! »

    My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights. The hotel is clean and in a great location. Breakfast was included and had good options. The hot tub was nice after a day of skiing. We would stay here again. Good value!

    2
    « Would not stay here again. It is falling apart »

    The manager ended up moving us and comping a room because it was awful the whole time we were there. Kids were permitted to run all over the hotel all hours of the night and nothing was ever done. The items in the rooms, like bed, drawers, bathroom items, were falling apart and I have picture proof. The beds were awful and I ended up going out and buying a pillow to sleep since they were so bad. The bar was packed with kids that were never kicked out and the shuttle took you to the bottom of the mountain by the kiddie trail so it was useless for novice people. The bartender was the only person who cared about the guests, but was hardly ever behind the bar. The cords for the television were hanging from the walls with tape and the rooms were NOT clean at all. Would not ever stay here again.

  • 4
    « Perfect location, great for families »

    Killington Mountain Lodge is a perfect location and a great facility for families. The management still has a few kinks to work out - but overall, it was a great place to stay. I really had no issues with the stay but since you are a small staff trying to manage a fully functioning lodge, it was noticeable and keeps you from getting a 5... and only those that have little patience and 'snotty' attitudes will get annoyed with the smaller details (bar opened a few minute late, food service was a bit slow but on the flip side, the breakfast was amazing, the constant fireplace was homey, the waffles were delicious and your poolman who also served as the facilities manager and live musician was charming as can be). Myself and my boys loved every minute.

    5
    « Family friendly resort »

    A little worn around the edges but absolutely family friendly, affordable and welcoming. Excellent access to the slopes. COMFY beds invite you to crash after a long day's skiing. The included hearty and tasty breakfast will fuel another full day of skiing. Welcoming and caring staff.

    5
    « Stay at Killington Mountain Lodge »

    Our stay at the KML was fabulous! Our room was clean and comfortable. The staff at the Lodge were very personable and assisted us as we expected. The breakfast buffet was delicious with varied food each of the two times we attended. We'll return in the near future and would highly recommend the KML to others!!

    3
    « Rustic accommodations close to Skiing and Dining »

    When we looked into lodging to ski at Killington last weekend, we kept hearing friends say to stay at the Grand, and not to go elsewhere. Well the Grand was going to be a $600 difference for the weekend and we pretty much just needed a place to sleep, so we booked a room at the Killington Mountain Lodge for my husband and 17 year old son and I. I am glad we did. Our experience was just what I expected based on reviews - rustic, comfortable, and fun. We stayed in a Double Queen room which came with a mini fridge, tv, and desk area. The room was warm at night and overlooked the outdoor heated pool/hot tub. Yes, the brown carpet was a bit outdated and the sink was a bit of a challenge to turn off. There was a slight musky smell, but overall it felt clean, and the beds were comfortable. I expected all of this because of other people's reviews, so there was nothing to complain about. I have very sensitive allergies, and did not have any symptoms suggesting mold or mildew or smokers in the room. We used the outdoor pool which is mostly a very over-sized peanut shaped hot tub. It was always very hot and had constant bubbles. The water was a bit murky, but we did see them testing it. So we were hoping it was treated as there were a lot of people using it throughout our stay. We appreciated the complimentary breakfast. Each morning, scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, ham and sausages were served. There was a waffle making station, and cereals and fresh fruit. A coffee/tea/juice station was available for drinks. They did a decent job keeping the food fresh and refilled. There are a few games and a pool table upstairs next to the breakfast area, and several seating areas near large fireplaces if you want a place to hang out that isn't in your room. The staff was very friendly and helpful when we forgot our toothpaste to provide enough for our three night stay for three of us. I tend to be pretty picky about where I sleep, and because of the expected rustic "charm" of the lodging, I can say I would probably stay here again for the price paid and the value we received. It is a 3 minute drive to the slopes with a free and friendly shuttle available door to door if you choose to use it.

    4
    « Enjoyed our stay. »

    We enjoyed our stay at Killington Mountain Lodge. The location is very convenient to get to base of Killington. The smell of the lit fire when you walk in which automatically makes you feel like you are at a ski lodge. When we initially arrived, they said that our room wasn't available but moved us to another room. Our room was comfortable (but there was a broken window... which didn't really bother us). There is always coffee/tea/hot chocolate available throughout the day which was a plus. There were even cookies and apple cider available in the afternoons which was a great treat after skiing. The free breakfast was a plus, and they seemed to have something for everyone. There was a make your own waffle station which was a bit hit. In the late afternoon/early evening, we took advantage of hanging around the rec room area to play pool/jenga/connect four. We picked this hotel solely on an outdoor hot tub which we did take advantage of, and it didn't disappoint. When you are sitting in the hot tub, you can see some of the trails on Killington. Overall, we had a great experience there. The facilities are dated, but that didn't bother us. We are planning to stay here again next year.

    5
    « BOOK IT! »

    Very nice Staff! We had an amazing 4 nights there! The price was reasonable. At arrival they told us that the jacuzzi wasn't working so they offered us a full refund or a very good discount. We decidet to do the discount. The nice surprise was that that they fixed the jacuzzi the next day! The breakfast was AMAZING, i really enjoyed their waffle station. The dinner at the hotelbar was the only -point i would give them since it was overpriced and the portion size was small. But other than that a great place. The bed was comfortable and the room was big and clean. Thank you for this great experience we will definitely be back!

    4
    « Great Service »

    I stayed at the Lodge for the Spartan Race weekend. I booked the wrong nights but the front desk took great care of me and made sure that I had a room for the nights that I needed. The hotel was neat and clean and the room spacious enough for a couple. I was happy with the hotel for the amount of time I spent there.

    5
    « OVER ALL NICE PLACE »

    Nice clean place, about a minute walk in ski boots to lift, we had one small problem (BROKEN TOILET SEAT) called the owner and he had some one out in a hour and had it all fixed up. nice laundry equipment that's in a closet (quiet) and good space in living room to wind down after skiing. I would recommend this to others

    5
    « Only place we'll stay! »

    For the past 3 years my boyfriend and I have stayed at KML for our anniversary weekend... I had stumbled upon the lodge through Groupon and thought we'd give it a whirl. Four years later, we refuse to stay anywhere else. The lodge may not be the most updated, and there are always a few bumps int he road but thats life and the staff, some in particular make up for it. Killington is an outdoors community so you shouldnt plan to spend all of your time inside and in our experience between the staff and accommodations it all balances out- when we have found ourselves inside KML has fun large games, like connect four, and jenga, a pool table and two beautiful fireplaces as well as a massive hot tub. They also offer a wonderful breakfast buffet and a cute bar help that set the perfect lodge atmosphere. I always forget her name, but the one woman down at the front desk in particular always deserves a special shutout from us- every year she goes above and beyond- making our stay extra special and taking the time to make us feel like more than just customers. This past year she had a anniversary card delivered and a bottle of champagne, not every place does that! The lodge is the perfect location, close to the mountain, hiking trails, local state park, etc. Theres a golf course right next door, for golfing or just a nice little morning or evening walk. We really cant say enough good things about our time at the lodge and always look forward to our next trip up.

    5
    « Best Presidents week ever!! »

    My entire family including 6 grandchildren and 8 adults stayed for the busiest week of the season and could not have had a better time. services were excellent and breakfast amazing. Rooms clwean and comfortable. Home away from Home for a week.

 

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·From: Rutland, Vermont. Follow Route 4 West to the Junction of Route 100 South. Take the next left and proceed up the hill toward the Killington Ski Resort. The Killington Mountain Lodge, BW Signature Collection is 3. 5 miles up the road on the left hand side. ·From: Woodstock, Vermont. Follow Route 4 West to Base Camp Outfitters on your right hand side. Take the next left and proceed up the hill toward the Killington Ski Resort. The Killington Mountain Lodge, BW Signature Collection is 3. 5 miles up the road on the left hand side.