I have read the worst reviews of The Seasons Resort prior to booking a week in Warren. We intended to see as many sights as we could in the week that we spent in Vermont. Because of its central location we were able to start out each day and complete a field trip to local attractions all along VT Route 100. We saw waterfalls, covered bridges, rivers, color that would knock your socks off. Quaint towns, farmers markets, beautiful village greens and some of the nicest people you would ever want to meet. Our room #305 was equipped with a comfortable queen bed, clean sheets and quilt, and suitable pillows. That fulfilled the first criterion, a place to lay our head each night after our travels. It was equipped with a small kitchenette. Four burner stove with oven, sink, small refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and pots, pans, dishes, silverware. Just about anything you would need to prepare a meal. Table and four chairs, TV & DVD in the living room with a chair and a sleeper sofa. Two closets, dresser, two night stands. Everything you would need to comfortably camp out for a week. Yes, the bathroom was small. It was pristine clean and completely functional. We are considerate adults. We took turns using the bathroom with no conflicts or problems. It is not the Ritz. If you want that go to downtown Warren and rent the place that costs about $400 a night. There is a game room/exercise room downstairs with an ice machine that was never empty. Our hosts were wonderful people. Pleasant and helpful. Everything in Vermont is old and charming and so is The Seasons Resort. By the way, there is all new carpeting!
- Also Known As:
- Seasons Resort By Evrentals Hotel Warren