Our 12,000 square feet of dedicated indoor meeting rooms, designed to foster productivity and creative thinking, offer floor‐to‐ceiling windows overlooking breathtaking mountain vistas. Spruce Peak, adjacent to Stowe Mountain Lodge, provides over 30,000 square feet of function facilities including the beautiful Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center. Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is a state‐of‐the‐art 420‐seat performing arts theater that was crafted to support lectures, presentations, multimedia displays and a variety of other events.
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The well‐appointed Tamarack Ballroom is ideal for large general sessions, receptions and elaborate banquet functions as well as exhibit space. Offering natural lighting through large windows overlooking Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. It’s a flexible space and can be divided into five distinct sections.
Conveniently located directly across from the Tamarack Ballroom, the Junior Ballroom features natural lighting through large floor‐to‐ceiling windows overlooking a terrace with views of Mount Mansfield and Stowe Mountain Lodge. This venue is excellent for breakout rooms, meetings up to 250 people theater style, and banquets up to 150 people. The Junior Ballroom can be divided into four distinct sections for flexibility.
The Ballroom foyer is located between the Tamarack Ballroom and the Junior Ballroom. It’s an excellent location for coffee breaks, buffets, tabletop exhibits and receptions.
The Terrace is an outdoor venue with the extraordinary backdrop of Mount Mansfield. A year-round fire pit adds to the ambiance of any banquet function. This area is perfect for receptions and banquets with easy access to the Junior Ballroom.
This spectacular two‐story building offers a rotunda of floor‐to‐ceiling windows overlooking Spruce Peak and the base village. This expansive space includes the following function space options.
This 420‐seat state‐of‐the‐art performing arts center provides an ideal venue for presentations and lectures. The lobby and auditorium interiors are finished in warm Douglas Fir panels and Vermont green slate for an authentic setting. A custom chandelier, by local blacksmith and artist Richard Spreda, punctuates the tall, truss‐roofed lobby. Acoustics, audio and projection systems are state‐of‐the‐art, and the tension wire grid and catwalks make staging simple and flexible.
Nestled on the shoulder of Mount Mansfield, the Cliff House Restaurant is known as one of the most spectacular mountain top venues in all of New England. Enjoy dramatic views, farm to table dining and 1,400 square feet on the outer deck for cocktail receptions.