Southern Vermont’s exclusive Hermitage Club expects to begin construction of the luxurious Hotel Hermitage by the end of the year.
Renderings provided by the Hermitage Club
WEST DOVER — The Hermitage Club announced today that on March 29th, a reservation party will be held at the club, for the soon to be built Hotel Hermitage – a luxurious 95 unit hotel/condominium that that is expected to be available to members and their guests by December 2016.
Dale Ribaudo, senior vice president of the club said, “The Hotel Hermitage was long in the initial development plan – we needed outstanding accommodations for our members and their guests. Members can use the hotel condo as their primary residence while enjoying the year-round delights of the Hermitage Club. Or they can place their unit in our rental portfolio for significant revenue potential. Either way, the Hotel Hermitage is a sound investment for a member family’s future at our Club.”
According to Jim Barnes, president of the Hermitage Club, “The views from the new condo hotel will be second to none. The Hotel Hermitage is the next step in the evolution of The Hermitage Club as the premier ski destination in the Northeast. With heated and covered parking, direct access to the slopes, locker facilities, ski valet and so much more, the new facility will be luxury defined.”
The architect for Hotel Hermitage is San Francisco-based Bull Stockwell Allen, considered one of the most prominent luxury residence architect firms in the U.S.
The Hotel Hermitage will be located adjacent to the new 80,000 square foot post and beam and glass Clubhouse, which is the largest and most comprehensive member facility in North America. It includes multiple dining options, full fitness and spa opportunities, a family center with bowling and a 42-seat movie theater, a nursery, three locker rooms and a retail store. The Clubhouse is connected to the mountain via a 38-foot wide ski bridge, the largest in America. The reservation party on March 29 will be closed to the public until 2:00 p.m. to allow members to make their selections.
See below for some architectural renderings of the planned buildings: