Cool in the summer, warm in the winter - it's pretty much perfect all year round.
Manor Vail Lodge
Steps to Golden Peak, Short Walk to Gondola One
Short Walk to Shopping, Dining, Vail Village
Kid's Ski School across the Street
On-Site Fitz Bar & Restaurant
2 Heated Pools, 4 Hot Tubs
Steam Room and Sauna
Well-Equipped Fitness Center
On-Site Ski Storage with Ski Butler
On-Site Laundry Facilities
Fully-Equipped Kitchens, In-Suite Fireplace
0.6 Miles to Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
3.2 Miles to Booth Falls Trailhead
About the Resort
Near Ski Resort
The 10 passenger Gondola One lift is an easy 7 minute walk (or that slide-hop thing boarders do).
Walk or free-shuttle it to downtown Vail, less than a half-mile away.
Onsite Fitz Bar & Restaurant claims the best views in Vail. (We concur.)
Make a stop at the pool après your après ski.
Unwind for a few hours at the spa. Rocky Mountain Rejuvenation treatment, anyone?
Find spots for your whole crew in the outdoor hot tubs – there's always room for more.
Near Hiking Trails
Drive to the Booth Falls Trailhead in 8 minutes flat, then hoof it from there.
Vail Golf Club is a 5 minute drive – just toss your clubs in the car and go.
Built just a few years after Vail Mountain first opened in 1962 with the nation’s first gondola and access to just 876 acres of skiable terrain, Manor Vail Lodge is a classic. With near-instant proximity to all things Vail, it’s about as “in the heart” as in the heart gets. You’re a five-minute walk to to the new ten-passenger Gondola One, and steps from the Golden Peak base area where you can hop the Riva Bahn Chair, one of the fastest routes to the Blue Sky Basin and back bowls. Need to rent gear or drop kids off at ski school? They’re both right there. In-house Ski Butlers staff offers ski valet services, and equipment delivery and pickup. They’ll show up with extra boot sizes for a perfect fit, and prices are comparable to rental shops in the village, with no extra fee for delivery (score!). They even have an impressive 30-minute response time if you need to swap something out on the mountain. When you return famished from a day on the slopes, the Fitz Bar & Restaurant’s fancy take on traditional comfort food and the self-proclaimed “best views in Vail” present a strong case for dining out. The artfully plated entrees, creative cocktails and local Colorado drafts are impossible to resist. (That dinner you were planning to make can totally wait ’til tomorrow.) Opt out of skiing early one day, and head for the spa to try featured treatments like the Rocky Mountain Rejuvenation. Then meet the rest of your crew at one of the two heated outdoor pools, saving the four hot tubs for an after-dinner visit.
Mountain lodge-inspired studios and one- to three-bedroom vacation suites range in size from 700 to 1,400 square feet of tastefully appointed living space. All have fully equipped kitchens for whipping up your famous chili, or making footlong sub sandwiches to stuff into backpacks and take with you on the trails. Your private balcony or patio treats you to knockout views of Vail Mountain, Gore Creek or the Gore Range. And cozy fireplaces welcome you back from the day’s mountain or valley adventures. For an even posher stay, the two-bedroom penthouses (built in 2008) go all out with 1,500 square feet of high-end furnishings and finishes, including vaulted ceilings, private elevator access, a state-of-the-art kitchen, jetted tub in the master bath and Golden Peak views from your private balcony.
Renowned as a ski destination, Vail Mountain and Village’s best-kept secret is summer, chock full of events and festivals. Spend the entire day outdoors on the neighboring tennis courts, soccer fields, volleyball courts and softball fields. Or reserve the house bikes and see where the paths take you. Explore the Betty Ford Gardens, and see what’s showing at the Gerald Ford Amphitheater. The free in-town shuttle makes it easy to get to dinner if you’re taking the night off from cooking. Plus, you’ll want to check out all the local shops – browse window displays, stopping here and there to pick up souvenir hats and t-shirts.
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type.
Cards Accepted at Resort
Minimum check-in age is 25.
Cribs (infant beds) available
Pets not allowed
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
Minimum Spring Break check-in age is 25 years old.
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.
- Self parking fee: USD 25.00 per night (in/out privileges)
- Late check-out fee: USD 150.00
- Rollaway bed fee: USD 50.00 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
Located in Eagle County, Colorado. The third largest single mountain ski resort in the U.S. and featuring terrain for skiers at every level. The town of Vail was built specifically for the ski resort and the mountain is comprised of three sections: The Front Side, The Back Bowls, and Blue Sky Basin.