- Bed and Breakfast
- Five minutes walk to the nearest ski lift and village centre
- Swimming pool, sauna and hot tub
- Sports bar and restaurant
- Spacious and good quality hotel rooms
The Evergreen is one of the last good value hotels within Vail Village and because of that it is incredibly popular with skiers and snowboarders who don’t need 5 star luxury but want a good standard of accommodation in a good position.
Evergreen is one of the last good value hotels within Vail Village and
because of that it is incredibly popular with skiers and snowboarders
who don’t need 5 star luxury but want a good standard of accommodation
in a good position. The Evergreen doesn’t disappoint, the large rooms
are of a high standard, there is a really good sports bar and restaurant
within the hotel, and it has a pool, hot tub and sauna. Most
importantly it is just 5 minutes walk to the ski lift or village centre.
Central village location · nearest ski lift only 5 minutes walk.
Rooms: 128 Bedrooms.
All rooms have a bathroom with private bath, shower and WC, hairdryer, iron, mini-fridge, coffee maker and cable TV.
Valley View Hotel rooms - sleep 2-4: Spacious rooms with valley view equipped with two queen beds.
Mountain View Hotel rooms - sleep 2-4: Spacious rooms with mountain view equipped with two queen beds.
Heated outdoor pool · sports bar · games room · pool table · 2 saunas and indoor hot tub · cosy fireside lounge · room service · free WiFi · free ski and resort shuttle stops outside · free onsite parking · free onsite ski / snowboard storage · 128 bedrooms.
Meals: Bed & Breakfast
Complimentary hot and cold buffet breakfast included.
Please note - the price shown is based on 4 people sharing a room.
- Five minutes walk to the nearest ski lift and village centre.
- Spacious and good quality hotel rooms.
- Swimming pool, sauna and hot tub.
- Great sports bar and restaurant, popular with the locals.
- One of the last good value hotels within Vail Village.
With a great snow record and Keystone, Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin all being available on the same pass, skiing here is pretty good. The skiing in Vail itself is largely geared towards intermediates, but beginners also have plenty of nursery slopes and some brilliant ski schools. Advanced skiers will love the 'Back Bowls' for powder. Freestyle skiers and boarders are spoilt for choice with snowparks, half-pipes and their own maps detailing the best spots. Beaver Creek, linked to Vail by bus, provides for the more advanced skier, with some superb black runs. As with most North American resorts, the lifts and convenience are exceptional, with queues being a rarity.
Vail ski resort
Vail itself is large, offering a wide range of restaurants, shops and nightlife. Vail also has plenty of off-snow activities, with the free bus making these very accessible. It can, however, be expensive, with prices increasing as you get closer to the lifts. There are a wide range of eateries, some of excellent value, as well as shops and nightlife to excite non-skiers. Denver, the nearest international airport is 2½ hours away. Warning: be wary of altitude sickness mixed with jet lag!