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Topnotch running grand-opening deal

Posted by Paul Kandarian  July 1, 2013 01:20 PM

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A $15-million renovation of Topnotch Resort in Stowe, Vermont, is done, with the inn now open and offering a deal to mark the occasion. Book the introductory special, starting at $275 a night, dubbed the “Ta-Da Topnotch” offer, before July 31, for stays before Aug. 31, and get a $100 resort credit which can be spent on the spa, restaurant, tennis facilities and additional resort services. Also included in the introductory offer is the chance to come back a second time this year at a one-time savings of 30 percent. Rates after July 31 start at $350 for midweek nights, and $395 on weekends.

 topnotch pool (Medium).jpgImprovements made to the resort, which was built in 1959, are many, said resort general manager Aaron Black, including orienting the lobby to show more of Mt. Mansfield; renovating guestrooms with hand-made furniture, native textiles and hand-painted artwork; new treatment experiences called “Pathways to Wellness” at the spa; new outdoor spaces for weddings and retreats; and a new design for the ballroom and meeting spaces. Also new is a restaurant and bar, The Roost, with a second restaurant, Flannel, replacing the former Norma’s. The hotel, a pet-friendly one, is part of the MetWest Terra Hospitality collection of boutique hotels. For information and booking, visit www.topnotchresort.com, or call 800-451-8686.

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