Lodging // Crystal Mountain Lodging
Whether you’re looking for budget-friendly hotel rooms or slopeside condos with enough room for the whole family, you’ll find something that suits among Crystal Mountain’s generous offerings. The Inn at the Mountain, located in the heart of the village, features traditional hotel rooms and one-bedroom condos, the Mountain Market for convenient grocery shopping, and the resort’s newly opened Bru Bar. For a true ski-in/ski-out option, book a Mountaintop town home which sleeps eight to 12. Indy Pass holders get a discount on Crystal Mountain lodging.
Insider’s Tip // Crystal Spa
If your ideal ski getaway includes equal parts skiing and relaxation, then you’ve come to the right place. Crystal Mountain is home to the award-winning Crystal Spa, a 18,500-square-foot, Leed-certified facility at the center of the resort base area. Spa services will look a little different this season due to the pandemic (day passes are not currently available), but guests will still be able to book everything from manicures and pedicures to facials and massages, as well as access the Spa’s fitness center and indoor pool. Pro tip: Crystal Mountain lodging guests receive $20 off for every $100 spent on spa services.
Masks are required in all public spaces. Be prepared to use your car as your locker room and base camp. Picnic Park will be closed for the 2020-’21 season, but the resort is introducing food trucks for grab-and-go food options. Book tickets, lessons, and rentals online at least 48 hours in advance to ensure availability; same-day tickets may not be available due to capacity restrictions.