When you stay at The Lodge at Vail, A RockResort in Vail, you'll be near ski lifts and minutes from Cogswell Gallery and Vail Ski Resort. This 4-star condominium resort is within close proximity of Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum and Vail Valley Medical Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 72 guestrooms featuring refrigerators. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and complimentary newspapers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages and body treatments. A spa tub and a sauna offer a relaxing way to wind down after a day on the slopes. This condominium resort also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and ski storage.
Grab a bite at one of the condominium resort's 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Vail? This condominium resort has 10,350 square feet (1 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center, conference space, and a meeting room.
This hotel is in a great location and the first few days went very well, but service went downhill after that. The room decor could be nicer, but that's a matter of taste/style. The biggest issue with the room is that it has baseboard heat with no thermostat or central air. There is just a knob adjustment that could mean anything between freezing and sweltering. If you turn it up in the morning because the room is too cool you will find it too warm by afternoon. We opened the windows at times to adjust the temp, but it's too cold and too loud to leave them open for long. I marked the bed comfort as only fair because while the bed itself was fine the room was simply too hot to sleep comfortably without waking. Our main issues were service. Housekeeping in particular. Not everyone in our group skis so we purposely plan a time that everyone will be out of the room so that housekeeping can take care of everything and we call to let them know we will be away and would like service. This worked well the first few days, but today we called to request service, letting them know we would be out of the room. We returned 2 hours later and nothing had been done. We called the front desk and they apologized and said it would be taken care of immediately. We returned an hour later and still no housekeeping. I find it difficult to relax among unmade beds and dirty dishes, but that is the current situation. The restaurant (Elways) also has a weird reservation policy that if you have more than 4 people in your party (we have 5) they will only seat you before 6:15 or after 8pm. I'm not sure what they are trying to accomplish but I don't appreciate being told when I can have dinner. It's not easy to get everyone off the mountain, showered and changed for dinner by 6 and 8:30 is too late for those who are tired from skiing all day. The spa is very nice. We had a couple of service issues, but I will give them credit for fixing those problems immediately, unlike other departments of ...
The location of the hotel was perfect. I would highly recommend the Lodge for any time of year. The rooms were clean and comfortable and we could walk everywhere we wanted in Vail.
i was most appreciative of the proffessional belle staff that were very polite and welcoming every time we went in and out of the Hotel. I would highly recommend them to anyone. The reception desk personnel were very helpful, polite and pleasant as well.
Couldn't have been better. Highly recommend. Stayed in a Luxury room with balcony and mountain view. Staff was accomodating and friendly. Excellent location for seeing Vail on foot, so never used the car.
We had a great experience at The Lodge at Vail. The staff was super and very helpful. The studio was a great room with a kitchen, dinning table and large sectional couch. Although I was skeptical, the murphy bed really was comfortable. Overall a great find at a decent price durring the offseason.
Wow! What a superb value. I got this room (granted, it was the off-season) for a steal, and because it was the off-season, even got a free upgrade. The location is right in the heart of Vail Village, so you can head right out the door to the many shops, restaurants, bars. The staff was incredibly helpful and friendly. And the room was cozy but still high on luxury. Super comfortable bed, wonderful turn down service, luxuriously fluffy towels and robes, and, best of all ... a towel warmer in the bathroom! Unfortunately, I didn't have more time to try out the spa services as I was only in Vail for one night on business. But I would definitely recommend coming back even when it is not ski season. The air is clean, scenery is beautiful, and accomodations top notch!
We stayed at The Lodge at Vail during the period 1/12/10-1/16/10. Overall the hotel was very nice but there were some issues. We arrived extremely tired and tried to get to bed early; unfortunately, our room (303) was situated overlooking the drive-up entrance to the hotel and we could hear bell-hops talking loudly with late-arriving customers and with each other until the after midnight. The toilet would bubble and 'burp' loudly anytime the rooms near by flushed. This was really annoying. Futher, the shower/tub didn't drian propertly, so we took our first showers standing in about 3-4 inches of water. Also, the piano music from the lounge on the 2nd floor drifted up the stairs and into our room. Needless to say, sleep was hard to come by our 1st nite! We called the next morning and requested a room change and the front desk accomodated our request. The second room, also on the 3rd floor (308) was much more quiet without the problems of our 1st room. Overall, this is a nice hotel and the employees are polite and accomodating. The 'delux' room we upgraded to was still really small; I can't imagine what the standard lodge room would be like? The location is the best in Vail...almost at the bottom of the main ski lift. You cannot stay closer to the Vista Bahn lift! I guess one must trade the superb location for a small and expensive room that may be loud and quirky. I would still recommend the Lodge at Vail, but avoid rooms near the lounge and the drive up entrance!
Despite all of the rave reviews on many of the travel websites, we found the Lodge at Vail extremely tired and undeserving of the multiple stars that it tends to receive. Our room was extremely small, had old fixtures, and broken window latches/screens. If it were not for a function that we had to attend at the hotel, we would have checked-out. Should you travel in the summertime and have to stay at the property, make sure not to stay in any rooms on the first floor by the pool. The rooms are without air condition and struggle to cool off. In addition, these rooms are open to the village and do not provide a great deal of security. Finally, the food and beverages are over priced. An a la carte bagel at breakfast ran me $8.00. About the only pluses to the property are the gym and its location in the center of town.
The Lodge is usually way outside our price range but the opportunity to get in on a late season package deal was too good to pass up. We have a wonderful studio room with kitchenette and murphy bed, courteous and attentive staff, and real wood fireplace and balcony all in heart of Vail Village. Amazing location, great to not have to take bus or schlepp skis and boots everyday, luxury! Hot tubs is ''adequate'' but lack of bar service kind of made it overly boring. Mickey's Bar is to be avoided, horrible 70's furnishings and the piano, well, if you're into that sort of thing or like kitsch, go for it! Restaurants, didn't try, way overpriced (not for vail, just for us). Overall, if I could get to stay here again, I would but no way at their rack rate.
Such a wonderful inn, I wish I had had more time to stay longer. Going there is a vacation unto itself. Wonderful location in central Vall. The staff treat you like visiting royalty. I can't imagine a better inn, and I travel a lot!
First of all, this is a nice hotel in a great location. However, Vail is undergoing a 3 year $1 billion dollar renovation. As of July 2006, most of this activity is directly behind the hotel. I was told that construction starts at 7am. Just a heads up to those planning on going to Vail.