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Let breathtaking views of Vail Mountain and Gore Creek captivate you from our coveted location at the base of Golden Peak
Our intimate restaurant and bar area make the most amazing views that surround the property. The addition of beautiful exterior landscaping with heated pathways, new pool areas and an underground parking structure complete the overall experience.
Take advantage of our ideal location featuring immediate access to:
- Vail Mountain’s Golden Peak base area facilities with Chair 6: the Riva Bahn — one of the fastest ways to get to the Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin
- Children’s Ski School, equipment rentals, retail, and the renowned Larkspur Restaurant and market.
- Ford Park, Gerald Ford Amphitheater, and Betty Ford Gardens
- Town of Vail in-town shuttle services
In addition to this complete accessibility, our resort lodging includes luxurious amenities, premium guest services, spa services, two heated swimming pools, four hot tubs, fitness facility, 24-hour front desk service, Fitzwilliam’s Lounge and the delightful Lord Gore Restaurant.
Manor Vail Lodge offers a premier lodging location in Vail Village. Your hotel room or fully furnished condo is set perfectly between Ford Park and Golden Peak in Vail Village. Our peaceful creek-side perch is right across the street from Golden Peak Base facilities with the heart of Vail Village just a short stroll away. The Amphitheater, Betty Ford Gardens, Ford Park and the covered bridge are right in our back yard. Summer, winter, fall and spring all offer great activities you can access easily from Manor Vail Lodge. Families, couples, group attendees, and nature lovers take comfort in the convenience and flexibility we provide.
Manor Vail features tastefully decorated hotel rooms and studio, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom condominiums. Each of the individually owned condominiums has a fully equipped kitchen, living room with fireplace and private balcony or patio. Hotel rooms feature private bath and one king or two double beds.
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!