Jun 8 - Jun 9
Summer and Hunter were AWESOME!!! Their friendly welcome and spirit even during the virus and end of winter were so, so needed. The property was clean and quiet and all went as planned...
Jun 8 - Jun 9
Large, cozy room. Richard at the front desk was very pleasant and helpful.
Jun 18 - Jun 19
Loved it! Great locstin and super friendly service.
Jun 29 - Jun 30
The staff was very nice! The hotel was clean and beautiful. Our room was nice and had a nice mountain view. House cleaning was a little slow but other than that no issues!
We were in unit 401, nice corner unit. The HUGE negative, the king mattress needs to be replaced. Sagging and lumpy on the right side, awful, couldn’t sleep on it!! Front desk staff very welcoming and helpful.
Jun 8 - Jun 9
A great hotel, nice location, and wonderful staff. Concierge gave great advice.
Jun 21 - Jun 22
This resort likely is a five star one during peak season; however, we came a week before the season started, and were super disappointed to find out that the spa (the main reason we booked this place for our honeymoon) was under construction. So not only did we not get to enjoy what was touted as ...
Great location. Parking was great. The kitchen had everything we need. No complaints.
The picturesque city of Vail, Colorado, is a paradise for those who love the outdoors or just prefer quaint small towns with amazing scenery. Hotels in Vail are very near the world famous ski slopes found on Vail Mountain, as well as the independent shops located in the downtown area. Hotels in Vail appeal to all types of budgets, as there are inexpensive rooms for dedicated skiers as well as luxury ski resorts where the rich and famous come to play in posh surroundings.
Guests in Vail hotels will find easy access to the Vail Film Festival held each spring. Some of the top directors and movie stars in the world come to Vail for this annual event.
Vail is a haven for food lovers, and there is a wide selection of dining options, ranging from casual cafes to upscale fine dining. Game Creek Restaurant offers amazing mountain views and a spectacular menu of French-American cuisine.
Most people stay in hotels in Vail for the skiing, and the best place in the area is the Vail Ski Resort. With more than 5,000 acres of ski-able area, it is one of the largest ski resorts in the world.
Vail Village offers an eclectic collection of independently owned shops that sell local handmade items. Downtown Vail is the best place to go for those who need to purchase ski equipment.
Lovers of skiing should check out the Colorado Ski Museum to see some interesting exhibits about this alpine sport.