My husband and I planned to spend one night at Vail at the Arrabelle. He came down with altitude sickness and had to be hospitalized for 2 days. The staff went above and beyond to make sure I had a place to stay and even took me back and forth to the hospital. The hotel itself was beautiful in a scenic setting. I hope we can return someday under better circumstances. For a wonderful place with great people, you cannot beat the Arrabelle.
Traveller from Cookeville,TN
This smoke-free, ski-in/ski-out hotel is located at the base of Vail Mountain, just steps away from the Eagle Bahn gondola. …More
This hotel had old world charm, and is still family owned and operated.
Everyone was warm and inviting.
The restaurant, Pepi's, had the best Austrian food I have ever eaten.
GG is one of only 2 hotel in the Village and in the thick of the action.
Our balcony was huge and the trees provided privacy.
Our only complaint is that the bed was not comfortable.
Gorgeous facility, had a room facing the mountain which was beautiful with the fall aspens, perfect location just minutes walk to the lions head area to the west or to shopping and bars to the east. Pricey room, but not out of line with the beauty and convenience
Traveller from Denver
This is a 10 stories high building. The architechtural and interior style of the building will incorporate arts and crafts …More
We were literally right in the middle of the Lionshead Village. The unit was well decorated, very modern, very comfortable, and had an amazing view. The staff was super helpful, responsive and courteous and we will absolutely stay there again.
We stayed three nights in Tivoli lodge and enjoyed it. This hotel is kept in great condition and the staff is very friendly. Tivoli lodge is located at one end of Vail village and close to some of the best restaurants of the the region. It was the end of the summer season and the weather was already cooler, perfect for hiking. It could not have been better.
Traveller from Chicago
This hotel is located a block from Vail Village and Vail Mountain, at a stop along the village’s complimentary shuttle bus …More
The town of Vail is surrounded by the White River National Forest. Worldwide, Vail is synonymous with skiing and snowboarding. In warmer months, people flock to the area to hike, mountain bike, horseback ride, and fish. In the summer, Vail hosts a number of music and art venues. The town is also known for its restaurants that dish up a wide variety of cuisine.