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Vermont Vacation Packages

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Top Hotels in Vermont

DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont
DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont
3.5 out of 5
870 Williston Rd, South Burlington, VT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $118 per night from Apr 14 to Apr 15
4.1/5Very Good! (1,106 reviews)

"Clean, good price, close to downtown Burlington."…"

Reviewed on Apr. 12, 2021

DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
3.5 out of 5
60 Battery St, Burlington, VT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $146 per night from Apr 14 to Apr 15
3.8/5Good! (1,043 reviews)

"The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was spacious and clean. The hotel is in a very convenient location with an easy walk down to the waterfront park. The restaurant and bar were closed due to Covid, but otherwise it was a great place to stay!!"…"

Reviewed on Apr. 11, 2021

Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain
The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
4.5 out of 5
7412 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $351 per night from Apr 20 to Apr 21
4.5/5Wonderful! (990 reviews)

"Amazing service , family friendly and great atmosphere!"…"

Reviewed on Apr. 6, 2021

The Lodge at Spruce Peak, a Destination by Hyatt Residence
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Top things to do in Vermont

Vermont Vacation Packages

The small state of Vermont is known for its patriot sons in the U.S. Revolutionary War and its current position as a major east coast ski and outdoor destination. Vermont’s Green Mountains provide unlimited woodland recreation opportunities, while its border along Lake Champlain has numerous parks and water recreation areas. Monuments across the state commemorate the patriotic roles of its citizens.

Burlington is Vermont’s largest town. Go to the pedestrianized area, Church Street Marketplace, for over 100 restaurants and shops. Look for the large mural, Everyone Loves a Parade, showing over 100 people important in the town’s 400-year history. Ben and Jerry, of the famous ice cream shops, started their ice cream industry here in 1978. They feature prominently in the mural alongside Vermont singer Grace Potter and local politicians.

Burlington lies on Lake Champlain, a 125-mile-long (201-kilometer) body of fresh water separating Vermont and New York. Walk or bike along the paths next to the lake. Rent a boat to sail or waterskii or have a picnic, swim and sunbathe on the shore. Look for the legendary Lake Champlain monster, first reported over 400 years ago. After visiting wineries bordering the lake, you might believe you see this mythical creature.

The four islands in Lake Champlain were given to Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys, patriots who served the new nation during the American Revolutionary War.

Vermont has nearly 50 alpine and cross-country ski resorts, making the state a top ski destination in the eastern U.S. Try Killington for extensive terrain and great nightlife or Mad River Glen for a more laidback atmosphere. Snowmobile, skate and dog-sled when you tire of skiing. In spring, try pond skimming over the melting snow at the base of ski hills. At other times in the Green Mountains, hike, bike, camp, fish and enjoy fall foliage.

Visit Vermont in spring to participate in maple syrup production. Watch farmers tap trees and collect sap, then boil it to make the deliciously sweet amber syrup. If you can’t attend the sugaring, buy plenty of authentic Vermont maple syrup to take home as gifts.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Vermont vacation package cost?
We make it simple to explore the world, with Vermont packages starting from as little as . You’ll have the flexibility to combine your favorite airlines, hotels and car rental. For the ultimate getaway, why not add a couple of activities and tours to your travel itinerary?
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Vermont vacation package?
Yes, it’s possible to cancel your Vermont booking if your plans have been upended. Whether you’ll incur a fee or not depends on your airline, hotel or car rental company. It may be possible to change or cancel for free if you booked in the last 24 hours. Head to our Customer Service Portal to find out more.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Vermont?
Combining your hotel and flight with Expedia won’t just save you time — it’ll save you dollars too. As much as C$590, in fact! A Vermont vacation package makes it simple to organize your perfect trip. With more than 400 airlines around the world to select from, finding flights that suit your busy schedule won’t be a challenge. On top of that, we’ve got over 321,000 hotels globally to pick from. Now that’s choice! No matter who you are, Expedia will help show you the world.
Where should I stay in Vermont?
Killington is high on many travelers’ Vermont itineraries. Killington Resort is one of the reasons why.
What are the top hotels in Vermont?
Killington Mountain Lodge and Hillside Inn at Killington know how to make their guests feel welcome in Killington. If you also plan to stay in Stowe, take a look at Sun & Ski Inn And Suites and The Lodge at Spruce Peak. Both are very popular with travelers.
When is the best time of year to visit Vermont?
is the best month to go to Vermont if you’re on a budget. is an expensive month by comparison, so be prepared to pay top dollar if you visit then. If you’d rather dodge the crowds, consider taking your trip in . However, there’s a real charm to traveling in peak season. Vermont is arguably at its best in .
How far in advance should I book my Vermont vacation?
Savvy travelers always book early. Airlines usually advertise flights around a year prior to departure, and this is a perfect opportunity to pick up some of the cheapest prices. Just been told you should take all your vacation days next week? No problem! Expedia are never short of fantastic bargains to send you off on the getaway of your dreams, at an affordable price.
What does an Expedia Vermont travel package include?
You can choose from a combination of rental cars, flights and hotels. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add some activities and experiences. Want to pick your airfare class? That’s possible too. The choice is all yours when it comes to planning your perfect Vermont escape.
What should I know before booking a Vermont travel package?
Bundling your bookings into a Vermont vacation package is the most convenient way to organize your trip. Not only that, you’ll get great discounts just for combining your flights, hotels and car rentals. Once you’ve booked, why not add on a day tour or an activity?
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Vermont vacation packages?
Having joined forces with online lender Affirm, Expedia offers financial freedom with a Book Now, Pay Later option for vacation packages. Get the money side of things out of the way with a single upfront payment or split the cost of your getaway over a few installments. It’s up to you.
Can I choose my airline with a Vermont Expedia vacation package?
With a vacation package, you’re the one in charge. Whether you’re hoping to fly to Vermont in coach or first class, simply choose from the available airline options. Expedia has access to more than 550 partner airlines globally.

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