- Bed and Breakfast
- In the heart of Vail Village, steps from the slopes
- Outdoor swimming pool, steam, sauna and hot tub
- One of Vail's best restaurants
- Superb spa offering a range of treatments
Rated as one of the world’s top ski hotels, the prestigious Lodge at Vail offers understated elegance at the heart of Vail’s pedestrianised village and one minute’s walk from the Vista Bahn lift.
Lodge at Vail was the original Vail luxury property and still remains
one of the most popular of Vail’s plethora of luxury hotels. This is
partly due to the great location just steps from Vail’s brand new high
speed heated gondola and in the heart of Vail Village and also due to
the incredibly efficient and friendly service, plus the exceptionally
high quality of everything within the hotel. The guest rooms are
beautifully decorated with modern luxuries and little touches to remind
you of the hotels heritage.
Just steps from the Vista Bahn Express Lift and Gondola One • in the heart of Vail Village with its restaurants, bars and shops on your doorstep • you can access Lionshead Village on the free village shuttle which stops nearby or it’s a 15-20min walk from the hotel.
Rooms: 167 Bedrooms
All rooms have private bathroom with bath, shower and WC, safe, terry bathrobes and slippers, cable TV and video, personal humidifiers, hairdryers and coffeemakers.
Lodge rooms - sleeps 2: Rooms with two double beds or one king bed.
Complimentary hot and cold buffet breakfast.
Outdoor heated pool • two large hot tubs • sauna • on-mountain ski storage • free wi-fi • RockResorts Spa & in-room massages (extra charge) • 24 hour front desk and concierge • boutique shops • two restaurants - Elway's (Fine Dining) and Cucina Rustica (breakfast only) • laundry facilities (extra charge) • fitness room • Vail shuttle and valet parking (extra charge) • lift • 167 bedrooms.
Please note - the price shown is based on 4 people sharing a room.
- In the heart of Vail Village, steps from the slopes.
- Luxurious rooms, classic décor with antique touches.
- Outdoor swimming pool, steam, sauna and hot tub.
- One of Vail's best restaurant - owned by a famous NFL player.
- Superb spa offering a range of treatments and massages.
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!