Hotels >Vail Mountain Lodge & Spa
Great Location, High Class Amenities, Amazing.
Have stayed here last time I was out to Vail and it was an amazing experience. This small resort is just that, small. I think there are only 20-30 rooms here and it gives a nice secluded atmosphere but with all the modern amenities and luxuries as you would expect in Vail.
The rooms were nicely appointed and looked new or at least newly renovated. We had a view of the street from our room which was fine considering everything looks the same when covered in snow. My only complaint about the room, and I've had this in a couple places out in Colorado, was that the heat/humidity was all out of whack. Some days it was so hot and dry in the room, even with the humidifier and others it was cold...Just couldn't get the right mix which led to nosebleeds and waking up with a congested feel. But like I said seems to be a problem out in CO during the winter.
The bar at the resort is in the restaurant area and has great Apres specials. Happy hour is early in Vail and surrounding resorts, probably because the ski lifts close around 330 so gotta get that pick me up when you get off the slopes.
The heated pool/hot tubs, sauna, steam room and workout facility are all in the building and all nice amenities to have.
Overall I would highly recommend this place due to it's great service, awesome location and amenities.
The look of a rustic, 19th-century, national park camp with all the 21st-century amenities..
This hotel and spa is the perfect place to spot Hollywood celebs like Britney Spears and Gloria Estefan, as well as politico-pals of Vail's most famous resident, former President Gerald Ford. Such luminaries frequent the cardiovascular classes at the 18,000-square-foot athletic club and the full-service spa for the invigorating sports massage and other signature treatments. They also eat at Terra Bistro, which is famous for its haute-healthy cuisine.
With only 24 guest rooms and seven fractional-ownership residences, this property is exclusive. The large accommodations are decorated in dark woods and cozy fabrics, and are accessorized with antique ski equipment such as wall sconces made out of vintage snowshoes. The private balconies offer stunning mountain views. A full range of amenities abound--in-room data ports, cable TV, 24-hour room service and the like. Children under 16 stay free and can participate in well-supervised ski and athletic programs.
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