Experience Spring Renewal With Spa Packages at Stoweflake

Choose from an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Immersion Retreat and enticing Spa Getaways

March 24, 2015

Spring beckons with the promise of personal renewal at Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa in Stowe, Vermont, which welcomes the warmer temperatures and sunny days with enticing seasonal packages. Those weary from the long winter will rejoice as they relax, rejuvenate and retune before summer amidst the world-class 50,000-square-foot Spa a Stoweflake, which offers over 150 signature healing and anti-aging remedies. Those looking for a much-needed change of scenery can thaw out with 50% off upscale accommodations and enjoy access to generous resort amenities.

Unique in New England is Stoweflake’s Ayurvedic Lifestyle Immersion Retreat Package. Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of life and wellness, establishes an understanding of individual body types focusing on the root of current imbalances and offering solutions that allow the body to heal itself. During the two day, three night retreat, Stoweflake’s certified practitioner will use traditional pulse assessments, tongue examinations, behavioral and psychological patterns, and personal history to identify imbalances and their cause. Balance and harmony will be restored through a mix of natural treatments, including breathing exercises, use of oils and herbs, specific massage techniques, yoga therapy, detoxification and mediation. Retreat rates start at $187* and include: Resort accommodations; one 110 minute Ayurvedic service, one 80 minute Ayurvedic service, one 50 minute Ayurvedic service; breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and unlimited Yoga classes.

(*Rate is per person, per night based on double occupancy. Package not available on holidays.)

Rates starting at $119 from March 30 through May 28 on luxury level rooms and above make this a great time to take advantage of all Stoweflake has to offer. Guests may enjoy such amenities as a state-of-the-art sports & wellness center, game room, squash/racquetball court, indoor pool, and Jacuzzi, and more. Based on availability, some black-out date apply. Two-night minimum required for Friday and Saturday arrival.

Depending on preference, spa-goers can come for the day or stay overnight for a more complete resort experience. Any of the following Day Packages, available April 19 through May 28, can be enhanced with the addition of a luxury stay, with rates starting from $119 per night.

  • The Stowe Escape package features a 50-minute well-being massage, unlimited use of the spa’s aqua features, fitness classes and facilities
    • With Lunch - $109.75
    • With Dinner - $133.75
  • The new Stoweflake Refresher package features a hydrating manicure and pedicure combination, unlimited use of spa’s aqua features, fitness classes and facilities for just $121.00
  • The Stoweflake Spa Day package with lunch features a 50-minute well-being massage and 50-minute custom facial (or 50-minute salon service) unlimited use of the spa’s aqua features, fitness classes and facilities. Priced at $214.75, it’s a $268 value.

For more information or to make reservations, please call 800.253.2232, or visit online at http://www.stoweflake.com/.




About Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa

Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa, in the heart of Stowe, Vermont -- where over 30 shops and restaurants await -- and with easy proximity to the Stowe ski area and the historic village, invites families and friends to relax and reconnect while enjoying all the year-round resort and Stowe have to offer.  The AAA four-diamond resort’s amenities include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, and fitness center.  Stoweflake’s world-class spa offers wellness programs, therapeutic treatments, and salon services.  Spectacular grounds feature groomed trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.  Delicious dining awaits at Charlie B’s Pub & Restaurant, where the menu is inspired by the fresh flavors of Vermont.  Visit Stoweflake.com or call 800-253-2232.

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