Vail's original mountain resort
A charming ski resort that opened just one month before Vail mountain resort in 1962, The Lodge at Vail has long been one of the resort's top places to stay, with its combination of luxurious rooms and prime location at the base of the resort's main gondola. Because of the property’s growth over the 50 years since Vail's slopes opened, the hotel offers a mix of room styles, which range from the traditional ski-lodge-style rooms in the original building to luxurious, slope-view suites in the International Wing. Condominium units allow more spacious living, especially for families, while the Chalets at The Lodge at Vail can be matched against ultra-luxe accommodations found in almost any ski resort around the globe.
The Lodge at Vail is a RockResorts property, so providing excellent service is a priority. The thoughtful staff will arrange everything from babysitting services so you can enjoy a day on the slopes to a round of a golf at the nearby Tom Fazio-designed Red Sky Golf Club. The recently opened spa is where you'll want to head after either to indulge in an expertly-delivered massage.