Cons: Complimentary coffee wasn't refilled for almost 2 hours. Onsite coffee shop was closed during the week. Wait staff in bar was wonderful.
Pros: Liked the staff location and rooms. A great place.
Cons: Under heavy renovation at the end of April.
Pros: Outstanding service & attentiveness. We stayed at the Four Seasons Vail for our wedding night. I had booked a couple months in advance. We weren't accustomed to the caliber of service, so I was quite sure what to expect, but I wanted to make the night special, so I splurged for us to stay here. Our concierge, Brett, was excellent to work with to coordinate details prior to our stay. The level of service, attentiveness, and overall experience of our accommodation was outstanding.
Pros: staff was outstanding. Upgraded us to a suite and treated great. Have been going here for a few yrs and its just keeps getting better.
Pros: Excellent customer service, friendly and helpful staff, very comfortable accommodations. Highly recommended.
Located near the slopes, this Vail resort is within a 10-minute walk of Vail Valley Medical Center and Vail Ski Resort and close to winter sports such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Betty Ford Alpine Gardens and Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: great stay in the best location, breakfast included, complementary open bar in the afrernoon, valet parking, great price compared to other hotels around.
Cons: bad value and very pretentious staff
Pros: Proximity to Vail Village, central location.
Cons: Parking was difficult.
Pros: Great location right in town. Nice to be able to leave all your ski gear right at the mountain. Excellent, helpful staff.
Centrally located in Vail Village, Austria Haus Hotel is on the banks of Gore Creek, 500 yards from the mountain and close to the Vista Bahn gondola. Eagle County Airport is 35 miles away. The hotel also offers shuttle service to 31 nearby ski lifts, offering access to 193 ski runs.
Offering mountain and valley views, Austria Haus Hotel features European-style architecture. A heated outdoor pool, sun deck, and spa tub overlook Gore Creek, and a fitness center is provided. A complimentary continental breakfast, served daily, features fresh-baked pastries and breads, oatmeal, cold cereal, meats, cheeses, and seasonal fruits, and room service is available.
The lobby lounge features comfortable couches and chairs for relaxing, as well as a full bar. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. Guests receive complimentary slopeside ski storage as well as preferred tee times and specials at Red Sky Golf Club. Valet parking is offered as part of the resort fee, and an area shuttle is complimentary. Austria Haus Hotel is smoke free.
Austria Haus Hotel accommodations feature custom furnishings in warm earth tones, coffered ceilings with antique brass fans, and valley views. Beds include premium bedding, and hypoallergenic bedding is available on request. Guestrooms include DVD players, TVs with cable channels, complimentary wireless Internet access, Bose radios, and complimentary Aquafina bottled water. Bathrooms feature heated marble floors and bathrobes. In-room massage is available, and nightly turndown service is provided.
Pros: beautiful rooms
turn down service and treats
ludwig's brunch spread was *** per usual (service...could be better)
Cons: No extra cell phone chargers
No cell phone charger outlets in the rooms
Located within a 10-minute walk of Vail Ski Resort, Sonnenalp puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. You can grab a bite to eat at one of the 3 restaurants and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy. There's an indoor pool and an outdoor pool, and rooms at this luxurious hotel get the details right with deep soaking tubs and premium bedding. Ski storage is also available.
We will stay at the Ritz Carlton in Vail, Colorado, again in the future.
Pros: Excellent ambiance and attention to detail. Very clean suite, surprisingly excellent amenities in the kitchen, and living areas.
Cons: There is quite a lot of noise coming from the pool area (kids noise). Next time, we will choose a suite on the 5th or 6th floor.
Vail Resorts' Legendary Lodging at Ritz-Carlton Residences features a free ski shuttle and puts you just a 5-minute drive from Vail Ski Resort and Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. After a day on the slopes, you can relax at the spa tub, work out at the fitness center, or enjoy après-ski drinks at the bar/lounge. An outdoor pool and a steam room are offered, and rooms at this luxurious hotel include upscale features like fireplaces and soaking tubs. Ski storage and rentals are also available.
Pros: Gem of a hotel with beautiful service and elegantly appointed rooms in a gorgeous setting in the heart of Vail. Quiet, warm and serene.The owners live on the top floor and make you feel like family. Will definitely return.
Pros: The location is perfect for strolling around Vail Village. The entire facility has recently been remodeled and is in excellent shape. Good value for the money. Friendly staff and the owner is very "hands on" and friendly.
Pros: The staff was extremely friendly and very helpful. We got to the hotel and were immediately greeted by Greg who helped us with our luggage and valeted our skis for us. He showed us to our room and gave us helpful tips to avoid lift lines in the morning.
The room was spacious, comfortable and very clean. The lobby area was also very clean and always had water and iced tea for guests. From 2-4p they put out chocolate chip cookies and hot chocolate for guests when they come back in from the slopes.
The location of the hotel was very convenient. We had easy access to the free bus in town to get to Lionshead. It was walkable to Vail village and all of the restaurant and shops there. It is also very close to the covered bridge and the transportation center.
No complaints here!
Pros: It was a great experience, unfortunately I suffered from altitude sickness and had to leave the last day but they assured me I'd be compensated for the last day even though I had already laid. Very friendly definitely coming back. Jorge
Pros: We brought our dog and 3 week old baby and had a perfect visit. Great room, easy going staff, walking location to the good stuff. Will return for sure.
Pros: Great location within Vail Village. The lobby was beautiful and cozy, the rooms were nicely appointed and comfortable. Very comfortable bed, soft bedding and towels, nice robes. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Every morning there was coffee, tea, and several complimentary newspapers ready for you in the lobby. Every afternoon there was coffee, tea, hot cocoa, and fresh cookies waiting for you, as well as a roaring fire.
Cons: Can't think of anything. We enjoyed our stay that much!
Pros: In the middle of a great ski village, awesome views and great in summer as well
Pros: Met the owners, and their dogs. Great family owned property, and you can't beat the location. Enjoyed our stay immensely.
Pros: friendly staff and competent staff
Tivoli Lodge in Vail Village sits at the base of Vail Mountain. Guests walk 5 minutes to the heated seats of Gondola One for speedy transport up the mountain to Mid-Vail. The free hotel shuttle makes it easy to get around town, which brims with bars and restaurants offering après-ski fun.
Pros: Great location for mountain activities
Shopping for those who cannot be too far away from the shops
Small but nice pool, several hot tubs
Cons: Top end with great location means not cheap...
Location. Set at the base of Vail Mountain near the Eagle Bahn gondola, this resort hotel is in the heart of Vail Square at Lionshead Village. Vail Village is 1.5 miles away.
Hotel Features. Inspired by European architecture, The Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort features an inviting lobby with sofas, armchairs, and a soaring floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace. The resort's elegant Alpine bistro offers indoor and outdoor seating, while a European-style pub provides a more casual dining atmosphere. Room service is available around the clock.
The 10,000-square-foot RockResorts Spa includes a sauna, massage/treatment rooms, men's and women's relaxation rooms, and a fitness center. The rooftop pool and spa tubs provide views of the surrounding mountains. Guests ready to hit the slopes can take advantage of the hotel's ski-in/ski-out access. The hotel offers valet parking, a concierge desk, and a business center. The Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort is a smoke-free property.
Guestrooms. All 62 guestrooms at The Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort are nonsmoking and feature fireplaces. Bathrooms feature soaking tubs and separate showers, along with slippers and bathrobes.
Accommodations offer MP3 docking stations and flat-panel televisions with cable/satellite channels and DVD players. Wireless Internet access is available and is included in the resort fee. Additional amenities include refrigerators, desks, and air conditioning. Turndown service is provided nightly.
Pros: The people and facility are second to none. Perfectly located in th village with access to all the fun. I've stayed at most of the resorts here but I only come back to the Sebastian anymore.
Cons: I didn't get to stay long enough.l..
Pros: Best hotel experience ever. Staff was great, food was great, everyrhing was perfect
Pros: Friendly staff, great breakfast buffet, bar had good drinks and tasty bites with knowledgable staff and even a happy hour; Convenient base camp for ski and boot storage, the bus stop right out front. Had a car to also take you to places.
Cons: 1 out of 2 Elevators not functioning
Pros: Wonderful staff and great location.
Cons: Bathrooms while nice were a little small for a luxury hotel, with a small tub and shower combo.
Its Vail Village location makes this hotel an ideal base for skiing or hiking. World-class skiing on Vail Mountain is steps away, and guests can enjoy après-ski at Pepi's Deck and on Garfinkel's terrace. The Betty Ford Alpine Gardens are bright with wildflowers during the summer months.
Pros: Staff were great. I screwed up on my end and departed late contacted them and they made sure i would be able to get my key to my room though the front lobby was closed by the time of my arrival. And for all the chaos surrounding the Vail Mountain games they kept everything clean and couldn't have been in a better location.
Located within a 10-minute walk of Vail Ski Resort, Sitzmark Lodge puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. An outdoor pool and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like MP3 docks, bathrobes, and Tempur-Pedic beds with premium linens. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage.
Pros: Able to walk to gondola
Our condo had a full kitchen
Clean, updated rooms
Pros: It was extremely comfortable, at a perfect location! Never seen anything like the service they offer and we've been around. There's a great pool that I wasn't even aware of when booking and was an amazing bonus. Also for frum people going in the summer we were right next to the KMR group and they put up a local eiruv.
In short, this place is affordable, even cheap for what it offers and absolutely has it all, adults and children alike.
Pros: The location and pool was great.
Cons: Beds were very uncomfortable. They were also extremely squeaky and we could hear people having sex throughout the night and morning. The combination of this made it extremely hard to get some rest. Would be awkward with kids.
The Antlers at Vail is conveniently located in the recently-redeveloped Lionshead area of Vail, Colorado, 150 yards from the Vail Gondola. The hotel offers condominiums ranging from studio suites up to four bedrooms with fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, outdoor balconies with barbeques, DVD players and free internet access. The property includes a heated year-round outdoor swimming pool and two hot tubs, a sauna, fitness room, business center and free heated indoor parking.
Pros: Very convenient for the Bravo Festival. I was able to walk to the amphitheater easily, and have dinner afterwards at the restaurant.
Pros: Staff excellent service
Pros: Location was outstanding; beautiful grounds and common areas. Breakfast was wonderful. Spacious room with large balcony. Would definitely stay again.
Cons: Mattress was uncomfortable.
Pros: The room was lovely and came with everything you could need to be comfortable away from home.
Pros: Nice location, I can see it being really good for ski season. I loved having the kitchen. The fireplace was neat to have and the landscaping was beautiful.
Cons: It's aging a bit, you could see where peeling/bubbling paint was painted over in the bathroom, etc, but I don't really care about that kind of thing.
Located within a 10-minute walk of Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Manor Vail Lodge puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. You can indulge in facials or mani/pedis, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. 2 outdoor pools and a bar/lounge are other highlights, and condos feature fireplaces and kitchens. Ski storage is also available.
Vail's Mountain Haus is a great choice for your ski vacation in Vail. Guests indulge in deep-tissue massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. There's an outdoor pool and a nightclub, and rooms at this romantic hotel offer room service and free WiFi. Ski storage and rentals are also available.
Pros: We enjoyed our stay very much. The staff were friendly and helpful about recommending hikes, walks, and other activities. The breakfasts were not the same each day and offered a good variety. I enjoyed the pool for a few hours!
Overall, it was a positive experience!
Cons: The room was a bit cramped. Not much space to move around. I wondered if they offer a smaller room on Kayak? We also did not have a balcony although some rooms had them.
The hot tub closed at 8.PM. We weren't able to use it although we could have if they kept it ope until 10PM. That was disappointing.
Pros: Right next to the mountain and within walking distance to everything in Vail Village.
Cons: Bathroom was a bit small and room a little dated.
Steps from the chairlifts and worlds away from lifes everyday stress, the Lodge Tower in Vail is the premier choice for slopeside getaway in North Americas finest ski and summer resort. From single hotel rooms to spacious three-bedroom condominiums, the Lodge Tower offers a generous range of luxurious, mountainside accommodations for families, couples, groups or individuals. Our uniquely appointed condominiums offer a variety of bedding options to meet the needs of any family, and our hotel rooms are perfect for couples. Condos feature large, full kitchens, balconies with expansive views of the mountain or the village, and spacious great rooms with dining areas and authentic wood-burning fireplaces. Lodge Tower is snug against the base of Vail Mountain, just 75 yards away from the Gondola 1. Our front door opens to the gentle bustle of Vail Village, with its pedestrian streets and charming Bavarian architecture. All the shops and restaurants of Vail Village are within just a short walk. Theres simply no better location in Vail.
Cons: Poor responses from the gentlemen at the front desk. Hotel couldn't provide any extra pillows when asked why claimed the hotel was sold out. Hard to believe.
Pros: Great place, but for the love of pete, get/download a map of the area. We didn't, it was darn near impossible to find it and since our cell coverage ditched outside of Denver, we were lost. Actually had to ask (!) a different hotel clerk.
Cons: There is limited parking for $15 a night, no biggie for us, the public lots are free in the summer. And it was spendy (almost $200) for one night.
Cons: The food in the Restaurant was not what I expected for the money I paid. Receptionist was a little miss leading.
Pros: We love the location,the European atmosphere and the comfortable rooms. In the summer you park free in the public parking deck that is located a very short distance from the hotel.
Pros: Great location. Don't use the facility parking. Loud party in the middle of the might
Pros: Breakfast included; can't beat the location.
Cons: Loud bar underneath hotel
Located within a 10-minute walk of Vail Ski Resort, Hotel Gasthof Gramshammer puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Pepis Restaurant and Bar, which serves German cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a sauna are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like down comforters and bathrobes. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage and rentals.
Pros: One of the best vacation experiences I've ever had. They upgraded me to a room with a balcony and view of the gorgeous mountainside for free. They also helped me with my proposal to my now fiance by decking the room out with flowers, candles, champagne, etc. Concierge was very helpful and helped us plan some really fun activities as we're not big skiers. WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND!!!
Cons: Can't really say anything negative, the stay was great. I guess if I had to choose something I could say that the property was too big. You honestly need a map just to walk around, but that's not really a negative.
Pros: On the Gore River, with pool, spa, and restaurant facing beautiful Aspen mountainside. The sound of the river aded to the relaxation. I rode my bicycle on the Gore Valley Trail, which is located immediately adjanct to the hotel.
We had breakfast two mornings at the outside seating of the restaurant. A beautiful and delicious way to start each day. Saturday afternoon there was live acoustic music at the pool area that was great.
Regular free shuttle service to Lionshead and Vail Village.
All the staff with whom we interacted were very attentive and nice.
My wife enjoyed her pedicure at the onsite Aria Spa.
The room was quiet, attractive and comfortable.
We are thinking of returning once the Aspen leaves turn so we can stare at a mountainside of yellow Aspen.
Pros: Friendly staff, decent accommodations.
Cons: Located out of the way a bit but the shuttle was nice. Also, the hotel was a little dated
Pros: The Vail Cascade was terrific! We were greeted very warmly by the wonderful staff even at our late arrival time! The hotel is lovely. We had a creek-side room with a view of the creek. It was so nice to open the patio door to listen to the creek, so relaxing. The pool and hot tub are terrific! Beds were superior to any other location on our tour of Colorado.
Cons: Minor detail: There was no mention on the Kayak site of the resort fee of $27.
Pros: Absolutely beautiful views of the river since property sits right on edge! Great pool and hot tubs, wonderful spa and great ski access as well!
Cons: Restaurant was disappointing, terrible service but decent food
Pros: On-site dining was amazing! Relaxed atmosphere with high-quality, unique and well-prepared dishes for a bargain price! Rooms were clean and well-appointed. We had a small balcony opening to the river (recommend this, rather than court yard views).
Cons: Pool was overrun by family pitching a football despite the crowd and small children getting hit and splashed. Staff could/should have stepped in for the comfort of all. We relocated to the health club which has a quiet pool and hot tub.
Pros: We had a great family get away! The pool there is great and super family friendly. We love to stay here!
Pros: The staff was very nice and the view of the creek was very pretty. If you do not have to do any work while on vacation then this is a fine place to stay.
Cons: There is no business center. From 7 am- 7 pm you can use the computers in the coffee shop but once it closes you have to go to the second floor and pay $5 to start the computer and $.50 for every minute after that. I don't mind paying for a nice place to stay so the fact that it was a little more in price doesn't bother me, what bothers me is that it cost more and the quality was poor. There was nothing overly exciting about the room (in which the phone didn't work and there were holes in the curtains) and the food in the restaurant was okay, nothing compared to what it should have been for the price. If you're going to stay here (although I suggest otherwise since you can pay the same amount for another resort) don't count on having a business center and eat as much as you can in town where there are good restaurants.
Pros: The service was excellent and very knowledgeable when it came to choosing a restaurant. The facilities such as the infinity pool and hot tub were unbelievable. Loved every bit of our stay. Look for those rare off season rates for a fraction of the cost.
Pros: The location was excellent and the price for a hotel adjacent to the lift was definitely worth it. The service from the valets was outstanding.
Cons: The room was pretty small and the service from some of the staff was poor, especially the gift shop/cafe.
Pros: I love the decor and the spaciousness of the rooms. The ski concierge and the lift adjacent to the hotel are both very convenient.
Cons: The resort is maze-like and the signage is difficult ti see. The carpets need an upgrade
Pros: Everything. I stay here often (approx 8 weekends during ski season), and I am treated as such. There is a warmth about this place that feels like home. The beds are heavenly, and having the ski valet and the lift right outside of the hotel make this place a complete package.
Nestled at the base of Vail Mountain amid pristine forestland, Hotel Talisa, Vail stands along the banks of Gore Creek in Cascade Village. Winter and spring yield an average of 300 inches of snow—much of it powder-perfect—in a wonderland that is easily accessed by the onsite Cascade Village Lift, Chair 20. During warm summers and cool falls, guests enjoy hiking, running, mountain biking, rock climbing, swimming, rafting, golf, and tennis. Just five minutes away, Vail Village is an inviting place for shopping, dining, entertainment, and touring art galleries. Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) is 33 miles away, and Denver International Airport (DEN) is 122 miles away. The resort’s world-class skiing facilities include a ticket office and equipment rentals, plus the assistance of a dedicated ski concierge. Body and mind are harmonized by blissful, invigorating treatments in our meditative alpine spa. The resort also boasts racquetball and squash courts, indoor volleyball and basketball courts, two heated outdoor swimming pools, and three hot tubs. Our exceptional dining venues entwine gourmet international cuisines with indigenous Colorado Rockies ingredients. More than 40,000 square feet of engaging indoor and outdoor space can accommodate a wide range of business meetings, galas, and other special events. The resort’s 285 exquisitely appointed guest rooms allow stunning Vail views as well as convenient onsite ski-in/ski-out access. Thoughtful touches include benches and equipment storage, as well as daybeds and rollaway beds for additional guests. Refreshment centers are stocked with delicacies beloved in the Alps. Luxurious bathrooms boast soaking tubs for tired muscles. Friendly, personalized service—including delightful turndown traditions—creates unmatched comfort and a sense of home throughout the year.
Located just a 5-minute drive from Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, Montaneros Condominiums puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. The sauna makes for a relaxing end to a day on the slopes, and freebies like WiFi and self parking are great perks. An outdoor pool and 2 spa tubs are other highlights, and condos feature fireplaces and kitchens. Ski storage is also available.
Cons: Wish there was HD cable box in room, game would look much better
Pros: Location was good to local activities. Kitchen was functional and well stocked.
Cons: Wasn't informed of $10 per day charge for parking before arrival. Entrance and exit for parking facility was difficult Carpeting was not clean and some furniture was in need of replacement. Entrance scatter rug had to be removed as it kept blocking the door.
Pros: Our suite was outstanding. Beautiful fully-equipped kitchen, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, washer and dryer. Outstanding.
Cons: It was a little close to the highway, so you had to get used to highway noise. I don't think this would be an issue in the winter. Also, they charge you $10/day for parking in the parking garage - the only place you could park, which wasn't included in the price I was quoted.
Location. Situated in the mountains, this Vail property is close to Vail Ski Resort, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, and Gerald Ford Ampitheatre. Regional attractions include Beaver Creek Ski Area.
Hotel Features. Simba Run Vail Condominiums has tennis courts, an indoor pool, a spa tub, a steam room, and a sauna. Business amenities include a business center, complimentary wireless Internet access, meeting rooms for small groups, and business services. This 3.0-star property provides a ski shuttle. The staff can arrange concierge services, dry cleaning/laundry services, and tour assistance. Additional amenities include a fitness facility, barbecue grills, and a picnic area. This property is self-catering. Complimentary parking for one vehicle.
Guestrooms. Amenities featured in guestrooms include DVD players, coffee/tea makers, and VCRs. In addition, amenities available on request include wake-up calls. Guestrooms have cable television with premium TV channels. Business-friendly amenities include direct-dial phones and voice mail. All guestrooms offer kitchens with microwaves and refrigerators. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations. Rollaway beds and housekeeping service are available.
Pros: Overall the hotel was awesome. The staff was very friendly and helpful from the moment we pulled up to when we left. The proximity to the village was a quick walk across the street, no issues at all. The suite was amazing!! Spacious, lots of room to store your items and you don't feel clustered. Fireplace was great in the room as well.
Cons: The price was higher than I would normally pay, but I did book last minute so I guess that comes with the territory. No other complaints, great place! I'll be back in the winter!
Pros: By far the best and most convenient location for skiing in Vail Village. The newly renovated Lodge is once again a great place to stay. While it is not the most luxurious hotel in Vail due to strong competitiom, the rooms are extremely comfortable, spa and pool are great, breakfast is delicious and restauramt options are good too.
Nestled at the base of Vail Mountain, The Lodge at Vail, A Rock Resort enjoys a prime location in Vail, Colo. The lodge is positioned in the center of Vail Village, right next to the Vista Bahn chairlift. Vail's Tyrolean-style village boasts trendy shopping along with fine restaurants and the obvious recreational pursuits. The Colorado Ski Museum and Hall of Fame is two blocks from the property and Beaver Creek Village is a 10-mile drive. Vail runs a free shuttle service from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily, with shorter hours during shoulder seasons.
Guests are welcomed into an Alpine-inspired lobby, complete with a grand staircase and a Bavarian-style mural. Spa tubs and an outdoor pool are located within the lodge, which also offers fitness equipment. Cucina Rustica features comfort cuisine. Elways is a first quality steakhouse open till late at night. Safe-deposit boxes are located at the 24-hour front desk, and the staff provides dry cleaning and concierge services. The lodge also offers meeting rooms and complimentary WiFi. Treat yourself to a relaxing afternoon at the RockResorts Spa.
Accommodations feature wireless Internet access, cable television, DVD players upon request, and room service. Child care is available in room for a fee, and all units come with bathrobes and humidifiers.
Located just a 5-minute drive from Vail Ski Resort, The Landmark puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing and snowboarding. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout, and a soak in one of the 3 spa tubs makes for a relaxing end to a day on the slopes. Homes at this upscale property feature conveniences like kitchens, along with fireplaces and balconies. Ski storage is also available.
Nestled at the base of Vail Mountain, this ski-in/ski-out lodge is in the heart of Lionshead Village. The Eagle Bahn Gondola is outside the door and there are 31 ski lifts and 193 ski runs in the area.
This Vail hotel features a deck with a heated pool, spa tubs, and views of majestic Vail Mountain. Breakfast, lunch, après ski and dinner are served at the Latin-fusion El Sabor. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the lobby and business center. Guests can rent skis and equipment on site.
Lion Square Lodge offers 28 guestrooms and 90 condos. All accommodations include premium bedding, complimentary high-speed Internet access, plush bathrobes, and cable TV with premium channels. Guestrooms have compact refrigerators and coffeemakers. Condos feature full kitchens, living rooms with sofa beds, fireplaces, two bathrooms, and balconies with views of the Rocky Mountains or Lionshead Village.
This is a smoke-free property.
Pros: The stay at the Marriott was excellent! Friendly staff, great accommodations and great location!
Cons: Noise next door due to construction - couldn't enjoy balcony.
With the ambiance of a European ski chalet and a host of wonderful amenities, the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort provides everything you need to ski, shop and relax here in Colorado. You'll be delighted with our prime location at the base of Vail Mountain, just steps away from the Eagle Bahn Gondola. All of our resort's welcoming rooms and suites offer deluxe bedding, high-speed Internet access and flat-screen TVs; condominiums feature full kitchens. Gear up for an exciting day in Vail with breakfast at First Chair - then join us for apres-ski cocktails at the Avalanche Pub. Additional resort amenities for your Colorado vacation include indoor and outdoor pools, the luxurious Golden Leaf Spa and our modern fitness center, with its stunning mountain views. If you're hosting an event in Vail, you can take advantage of our 21,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor venue space and our expert planning services. We look forward to helping you create lasting memories here at the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort!
Cons: Dirty dishes, cleanliness a BIG issue, won't be back, very outdated.
Nestled in the Gore Range Mountains, these alpine-style accommodations are just 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) from the Vail slopes, with complimentary shuttle buses available. The Copper Mountain Ski Resort and Beaver Creek Ski Area are 12 miles (19.3 kilometers) away.
Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort features a 25-meter heated outdoor pool and 2 outdoor spa tubs that are open year-round. The fitness center includes an aerobics and yoga studio, cardio and weight equipment, a sauna, and a steam room. There are 9 tennis courts also available for guest use. 1 meeting room is on site.
Spacious condos and townhomes offer fully equipped kitchens and decks or patios with barbecue grills. Most, but not all, units have fireplaces. Firewood is complimentary. TVs come with DVD players. Accommodations also include living rooms with sofa beds and free wireless Internet access. The hotel provides daily trash removal and towel exchange.