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Vermont resort undergoes renovation

Posted by Paul Kandarian  February 27, 2013 12:27 PM

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Topnotch Resort at Stowe mountain in Vermont is scheduled to unveil the final phase of its multimillion-dollar renovation this summer, with the 68-room resort on tap to debut it all in early July. The renovations include a new, modern “arrival experience,” resort officials said, along with a new lobby bar with views of Mt. Mansfield, the state’s tallest peak; a new wedding and events venue, with fire pit; full renovated meeting and events facilities; and revamped guest rooms in keeping with the resort’s style of an English country manor. The resort is adding a new restaurant to go with its signature eatery, Norma’s, which opened in 2006.  The four-season resort has consistently snagged awards, including three in 2007 from Conde Nast Traveler, which ranked it first in service in its reader’s choice spa poll; 16th on the list of North America’s Top 50 ski hotels; and the 10th best resort spa in North America.
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