Vail Mountain Resort
Coveted as one of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls spanning seven miles, and the most groomed terrain on the planet, Vail has been an extraordinary winter vacation destination for passionate skiers and snowboarders for more than 50 years.
This place was nice, very nice. We enjoyed our stay. What I did not enjoy was the $35 per person resort fee that got charged to my credit card 2 days after I checked out. In no way was it explained to me at check in that I would incur this charge. I was simply handed a card displaying the great features available under the resort fee, but the card also did not make it clear that this charge was automatic. Not happy.
I'm here for a lawyer conference and the accommodations and staff are amazing. I was upgraded to a nicer room and everyone from the bartenders to the staff at the gift store were amazing. If you get a chance, say "Hi" to Chelsea. She was kind enough to show my group of three around Vail one night, taking us to a great restaurant and some fun local bars. The next day she put gift baskets in all of our rooms. As far as conference accommodations, we have a 500 person conference with plenty of room and the setup allowed us to easily go from one giant room to two smaller rooms in a matter of minutes. I highly recommend this resort!
We had a great time visiting the Marriott in Lionshead the servers were very kind and helpful. They were especially gracious with my two small children running around the hotel. They even have a little game room w old arcade games. Great for kids. Didn't get to use it but the pool area looked amazing, plus good bar options downstairs. Plus location is incredible.
Beautiful town and nice Marriott overall. They tout private balconies, but it's really just one big one separated by metal fencing. I can see right into my neighbors room and have the lovely hum of industrial air conditioners on my 'private balcony' I would still stay here again despite....great location
A great resort in Lionshead Village in Vail. Rooms are large and well maintained. Beautiful mountain view rooms are available. Room prices are usually very reasonable. Restaurant and Bar offer good breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, and room service is available. There is an on-site ski/bike shop that both rents and sells a large selection of high quality gear. There are both indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, and a spa. There is an on-site Starbucks cafe. A bus stop located just outside the front door for the Vail Town bus can get you anywhere in Vail for free.