Hotel Intel: New Hampshire resorts offer discount to Canadians

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Attitash Mountain Village and the White Mountain Hotel & Resort are offering Canadians a 22% discount off regular rates for visits Sunday through Thursday.

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Hands across the border are a reality. The land border between Canada and the United States reopened in late 2021 after a historic closure, and some of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley getaways are offering discounts, perfect for skiing and duty-free shopping.

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Attitash Mountain Village and the White Mountain Hotel & Resort are offering Canadians a 22% discount off regular rates for visits Sunday through Thursday, for a limited time.

The magnificent Mount Washington Valley is a superlative for all snow sports. There’s downhill in seven distinct areas, as well as cross-country skiing, sleigh rides and snowshoeing. For the really tough ones, the Mount Washington Backcountry Ski Festival will test the limits of adventurers from February 24 to 27.

In the summer, the area is synonymous with hiking and exceptional attractions such as the Cogwheel Railway, which is a formidable ascent through four climate zones to the towering peak of Mount Washington; and Story Land, an amusement park themed around Cinderella, Mother Goose and Alice in Wonderland.

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Here’s a look at two seaside resorts, both in high demand all year round.

The White Mountain Hotel & Resort in North Conway, NH
The White Mountain Hotel & Resort in North Conway, NH Picture of White Mountain Hotel & Resort

North Conway: The White Mountain Hotel & Resort has the soul of a beautiful country inn, but the scope of a well-appointed resort and spa. Its unique factor is a breathtaking setting, surrounded by forests and at the base of a massive granite cliff, known as Whitehorse Ledge.

The White Mountain is traditional in style, but has recently had a major update. It has 80 rooms and suites, all fully renovated, plus the Balance Spa, Ledges Restaurant, Tullamore Tavern, year-round heated outdoor pool and hot tub, and saunas for men and for women.

The newly redone rooms are soft escapes with a refined residential look of white oak furniture made by Meubles St-Damase in Quebec and walls painted in tawny and cloud white by Benjamin Moore. Comforts abound, including Serta pillowtop beds and Aveda toiletries in the brand new bathrooms.

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The Balance Spa uses vegan lotions and CBD oil, and offers a full list of massages, mud wraps, facials, and reflexology.

Ledges and Tullamore Tavern share the same menu, but have different vibes. The Friday night Seafood Fest and Sunday brunch draw crowds. Dinner, served nightly, includes starters such as chowder, chili or buffalo wings, as well as hearty pulled pork sandwiches and main courses of tuna, salmon, lamb, crab cakes and au mac ‘n’ cheese. lobster.

Skiers and snowboarders head to Cranmore Mountain Resort (cranmore.com), which offers exciting downhill activities including night skiing, tubing and terrain parks, as well as après-ski with live music at Zip’s Pub.

The White Mountain Hotel in North Conway, NH is a combination of country inn and well-equipped resort.
The White Mountain Hotel in North Conway, NH is a combination of country inn and well-equipped resort. Picture of White Mountain Hotel & Resort

Attitash: Convenient and convenient, Attitash Mountain Village is a resort of condos and cabins located at the base of Attitash Mountain Resort.

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It’s family-friendly to the max, with an indoor pool, outdoor hot tubs, and kitchens in most units, so “dining at home” is convenient — though Matty B’s, an on-site folksy après-ski spot , offers casual dining and children’s menus.

Attitash Mountain Resort, a great ski-snowboard area, is across the street. It combines traditional New England runs, challenging glades and inclines, open cruisers and three terrain parks.

This exhilarating White Mountains getaway also offers sleigh rides, an ice rink, and snowshoe and cross-country ski trails. Avid Nordic skiers can tackle a larger network at the adjacent Bear Notch Ski Touring Center.

Attitash is affiliated with Wildcat Mountain, another excellent downhill experience, with impressive vertical drop and spectacular views of Mount Washington. Both mountains are part of Vail Resorts, so the Epic Pass is valid.

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Attitash Mountain Village has both summer and winter amenities.
Attitash Mountain Village has both summer and winter amenities. Photo by Attitash Mountain Village

If you are going to

Bartlett and North Conway, NH are about a four hour drive from Montreal.

Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce: 877-948-6867, visit mwv.com. Descent to Cranmore Mountain Resort, Black Mountain Ski Area, Bretton Woods, King Pine Ski Area, Wildcat Mountain, Attitash Mountain Resort and Shawnee Peak.

Attitash Mountain Village: 833-STAY-AMV (833-782-9268), attitashmtvillage.com; 1 River Run Drive, Bartlett, NH For 22% off, valid in March on two or more nights (Sunday-Thursday), use promo code ‘Canada’. Proof of Canadian residency is required. Regular rates start at US$129 for a standard room that includes an indoor pool and hot tubs (year-round), fitness center. Summer: outdoor swimming pool, barbecues. Condos and chalets cost more.

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Attitash Mountain Resort (a Vail resort): 800-223-SNOW (800-223-7669), attitash.com; 775 Route 302, Bartlett, NH Epic Pass and EpicMix app.

White Mountain Hotel & Resort: 800-533-6301, whitemountainhotel.com; 87 Fairway Drive, North Conway, NH Canadian residents (ID required) receive 22% off regular prices Sunday through Thursday. until April; use code CAN22 (not valid February 20-24). Regular rates for standard rooms start at 149 USD; suites cost more. Included: breakfast, fireplace, fitness center, pantry, game room, New York Times summary. Summer: pool, lawn games, pickleball; for a fee, Hale’s Location nine-hole golf course. Pets, subject to reservation. Accessible facilities.

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