Short answer: yes.
Longer, more nuanced answer: Okemo has more of a "resort" feel. It's designed as a destination resort and has many of the upscale amenties, especially in the Jackson Gore area: outdoor firepit, on-slope condos, small self-contained town at the foot of the mountain.
Mt. Snow feels more like a ski area that is close to a town. That said, the "town" is pretty spread out along Rte. 100 and there's plenty of retail/restaurants, but it's not all together. Ludlow is probably a bigger and more interesting town than Wilmington/West Dover.
Okemo aims to be more resort-y and upscale.
Mt. Snow is a bit older and a bit tired.
As for skiing, Okemo has traditionally been the conditions king, but with new owners and new fan guns, Mt. Snow is coming on strong.
I find Okemo to be monochromatic and a bit of a snooze as regards terrain,
I think the North Face (diamonds all) and the open tree-skiing policy at MS give it the advantage for my purposes -- but these may not be issues for you.
If you are looking for a resort experience with more reliable housing, choose Okemo.
If terrain or cost is an issue, choose MS.