Jay Peak Resort

Perto dos elevadores de esqui em North Troy, Jay Peak Resort fica a apenas alguns passos de Jay Peak Ski Resort e a 3 minutos a pé de Pump House Indoor Waterpark. Este resort para famílias fica a 0,4 km de Campo de golfe do Jay Peak Resort e a 1,6 km de Jay Peak.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 874...

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Máx. 4 adultos e 3 crianças


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Máx. 4 adultos e 3 crianças


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Máx. 6 adultos e 5 crianças



Máx. 4 adultos e 3 crianças

Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 19:00

Saída até: 10:00

Perto dos elevadores de esqui em North Troy, Jay Peak Resort fica a apenas alguns passos de Jay Peak Ski Resort e a 3 minutos a pé de Pump House Indoor Waterpark. Este resort para famílias fica a 0,4 km de Campo de golfe do Jay Peak Resort e a 1,6 km de Jay Peak.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 874 quartos com ar-condicionado, geladeiras e micro-ondas. Nos quartos, há TVs de tela plana com canais de TV premium, enquanto o Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém você conectado. Os banheiros apresentam chuveiros. As comodidades incluem cafeteiras/chaleiras e ferros/tábuas de passar roupa, além de telefones co...

830 Jay Peak Road - North Troy, Vermont - Estados Unidos - 05859

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 19:00

Saída até: 10:00

Avaliação dos hóspedes


Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente


  • Muito Bom


  • Bom


  • Razoável


  • Ruim


Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


Resumo das pontuações
  • Atendimento

  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos

Ótimo para férias de inverno

Avaliou em 9 de julho de 2018

O resort é incrível! Nas férias de inverno é excelente para esquiar e passar bons momentos com a família. Possui um parque aquático completo com diversas atrações e piscinas. Os monitores são muito cuidadosos.


Excelente local para esquiar!

Avaliou em 25 de fevereiro de 2018

Um excelente local para se esquiar com uma vista linda montanha. Tem um parque aquático indoor que é maravilhoso e gigante. Tem muitas atrações e diversos serviços! Os funcionários são bastante atenciosos e tem wifi grátis. Os professores de ski são muito didáticos e ajudam qualquer um que nunca tenha esquiado a não ter medo. Vale muito a pena a visita!


Montanha perfeita

Avaliou em 5 de outubro de 2015

Se gosta de esquiar, lugar certo! Uma bela montanha com infra estrutura muito boa. Dias inesquecíveis na neve. Belo parque aquático para relaxar depois de um dia na neve. Excelente escola de esqui para adultos e crianças.


Ski Heaven

Avaliou em 23 de março de 2023

We had a wonderful long weekend at Jay Peak. We stayed at Slopeside Condos, unit 1008. We were right on the Queens Highway Trail. Views were splendid. The rooms were comfortable and bright. Bedding and linens, comfortable as well. Check in with Tyler was flawless. He made our trip special. The conditions were variable but when good, they were great. Lifts were running but Metro Quad stopped a lot and Sunday, 8 AM opening did not happen. They were short staffed so we waited 15 minutes or so. My partner took the tram up and skied a blissfilled morning. I am an intermediate boarder and moved to skiing so I stayed low for ski days. Coffee is abysmal at both places. The Provisions is well stocked. We enjoyed the fire pits.


Great time at Jay Peak Resort (Hotel Jay)

Avaliou em 18 de março de 2023

We just returned from Jay Peak Resort. It was our first stay and it was great. What we liked the most is that while the staff was helpful and friendly, they were out of the way otherwise, creating a resort-like atmosphere. We stayed at Jay Hotel so this review will be about that. We went during the Canadian march break, meaning the resort was fully sold out. Yet, it did not feel busy. There were no line-ups at the lifts and plenty of space in the chalets for lunch. Staff were friendly and helpful, and resort activities were plentiful. Here is the scoop: Check-in: Yes, I would confirm that what you read about check-in being busy, it is true. It was hard to find a cart, long line ups, etc. I felt the check in was a little rushed and I was left with finding some of the information for myself – but the check-in was pretty fast overall (maybe 15 minutes). Here an employee (Mark) shined. He noticed we were trying to bring up everything by hand (no carts) and came up to us with a cart in the loading area and offered his help. He was friendly, very efficient, quick, and loaded everything for us in one go. He helped us up to our room as well. It was GREAT and really saved us from long-hauling of our stuff. Thank you! Rooms: Very spacious and good quality. We had a two-queen studio. • It has a very nice gas fireplace • A table for breakfast with four chairs • Space for ski gear when you first walk in • Spacious bathroom • In-room safe • Kitchenettes come fully equipped with dishes, pots, cups, kettle, dishwashing rack, two oven top plates to cook on, kettle. Bring your own sponge to wash the dishes. • Keurig machine. Some coffees were left in our room for us, but you might want to bring your own to have whatever you like to drink Resort: 1. I would suggest on the first day, walk around and figure out where things are. It will be helpful later when you have your ski/board gear on. Hotel Jay connects to Tram Haus Lodge so walk all the way inside between them to get a feel where all the restaurants are and the Provisions general store. 2. Waterpark had great hours (open till 8) and a great option for a hot tub after a ski day. Entrance to waterpark is 2nd floor of hotel jay waterpark store. For the ladies, I would suggest to bring a bathrobe if you want to use the outdoor hot tub. 3. Cafeteria is on the Tram Haus Lodge side. 4. Customer Service is on the Tram Haus Lodge side – just outside of the cafeteria and the tram. You will need this sooner or later. Also, this is where you can purchase day tickets if you have not purchased them in advance (if you do it in person you can use your CAD at par). 5. Pro Tip #1: Look for orange jackets on the ski hill and base – they are Jay Peak Ambassadors. Very friendly bunch and knowledgeable all Jay Peak related, including best runs for your ski level, some cool shortcuts (thank you Marc!), and where to find things. A couple of times the Jay Peak Ambassadors walked up to us asking if they can help us, when they noticed us looking for things. They were amazing. 6. Outside of check in (which we established was super busy) – staff is very helpful and willing to call service desk on your behalf if they don’t have the answer. For example, we were asking if our lodging ski tickets are reloadable (we were planning on couple extra ski days but lodging was sold out). At check in the hotel staff asked us to call customer service. But the next day when I went to the front desk asking the same question, they called customer service for us and asked them. 7. Pro Tip #2: Canadians, we love coffee. But coffee is nowhere to be found at Jay Peak after cafeteria closes! Aaaahhh! End of the world? We thought so. Then we found that the Provisions store has coffee all day until 6pm (until close) – so that was a life saver! They also have some baked goods like muffins etc. 8. I read the previous reviews about the provisions store being expensive. We didn’t find that for the necessities. I would not suggest doing your groceries there (they are a little more expensive) – but the store is stacked with anything you may have forgotten at home – including alcohol. And they are reasonably priced considering you are paying for the convenience. Think of this store like a Canadian convenience store. 9. The shuttle bus is on-demand. They do seem to run regularly in the morning and when ski slopes close, but they are on-demand otherwise. If you get the hotel staff to call them I heard that is a little faster, but we did not use it outside of the end of day service when we ended up on the stateside and needed a lift back to hotel jay. 10. Having skied all day, we were exhausted, so honestly, waterpark closing at 8 was perfect. We were too exhausted to do anything else after 8pm anyways. 6 pm would have been a little too early I would say. Most restaurants were open till 9pm which again was good timing. 11. Pro Tip #3: Both the Tram Haus Lodge and Stateside Cafeterias had gluten-free bread. It was not on the menu but when we asked, it was available. That was GREAT. If you are celiac they cannot accomodate but we had a gluten intolerant person in our group and this was perfect for them. Also, “Meso Hungry” had a gluten free noodle option. Alice’s Table had an item on the menu with rice noodles as well – for a gluten free option. Dick’s pizza place had gluten free pizza which we had as well. 12. There are outside bonfires to sit by which is great. 13. When we were there (2 nights on resort, 3 nights off resort and drove up these days) – they had 20 cm of snow both days each we had to drive in. Snowplowing was amazing and they took very good care with it, beginning at the early hours in the morning. All roads were plowed, no issues getting to the resort and out again. 14. Plenty of free parking. 15. Pro Tip #4: If you are not an advanced skier, but you have done the Northway run from the Flyer lift, you can definitely take the Tram and do the Northway run from the Tram (it is quite level). If you like it a little more challenging, the Vermonter is a little more challenging blue than Northway – I would compare the Vermonter to the top of Urls’ Dream, if you have done that one. One suggestion: • The movie theater was closed Mon/Tue – that is fine – but it contains billiards (pool tables) which teenagers love – so it would be awesome if the billiards get moved elsewhere that is open, or keep the theater area open every day. It was a bit disappointing that the billiards were not available. Final Note: • I’ve seen some reviews that say to gas up before going to Jay Peak as there are no gas stations for ‘miles’. To put it into perspective, about 15 min out of the resort there is a gas station, then another, and another. • Also, I’ve seen reviews that staff don’t know everything – we did encounter this a couple of times, but each time the staff was able to either call for us to get the answer, or tell us where to go for an answer – this was just fine for us. No big deal. Another option is the Jay Ambassadors (orange jackets) I mentioned before. • Keep in mind this is Vermont, everything closes early even in towns. So you probably should not expect this resort to be open till midnight either – but from our experience, we were ready for bed by 10pm after a full day of fun.