- View all PhotosAvon, CO5-star HOTEL CLASSTripAdvisor (1246)Free WiFiRead More
This massive Ritz-Carlton resort near the Beaver Creek Ski Resort looks as though it's bursting from the mountainside. Guests love the traditional ski chalet feel here, from the exposed wood beams and stone walls of the lobby to the cozy fireplaces found in many of the guest rooms. For skiers, The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch features an in-house ski and snowboard outfitter and a ski concierge, and the $55 winter resort fee ($30 in the summer) covers high-speed Internet access, shuttle transportation to Beaver Creek Village and access to the resort's fitness classes and sauna, among other services. If the slopes aren't calling your name, spend a day rejuvenating at the 21,000-square-foot Bachelor Gulch Spa while your children participate in one of the resort's kids programs. Then, regroup for dinner; there are three dining options to choose from. The one downside, according to recent visitors, is that things here can get very pricey very quickly. Keep in mind that Marriott Bonvoy members can use and earn points by staying here.Avon, COTripAdvisor (1246)5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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Sitting on the western edge of Vail, The Arrabelle at Vail Square takes a different approach to ski lodging. Instead of forest-inspired colors with antler wall hangings, this member of the RockResort family boasts a European ambiance, complete with grand chandeliers and ornate marble arches. Still, some hints of a traditionally rustic atmosphere remain: Guests love the cozy throw blankets and fireplaces found in each room, while private balconies provide spectacular views of the surrounding mountains (available in some rooms). When you're not on the slopes, indulge in a spa treatment, soak in the rooftop hot tub or enjoy a cocktail on the après-ski deck as you look out over Vail Square. When dinnertime rolls around, previous visitors highly recommend reserving a table at Tavern on the Square, saying that the homestyle comfort cuisine hits the spot after a long, snowy day.Vail, COTripAdvisor (646)5.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
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Unlike its sister RockResort properties, The Arrabelle at Vail Square and The Osprey at Beaver Creek, The Lodge at Vail is all about exuding a traditional ski lodge style. Guest rooms feature elegant antique furniture and bright red design accents (as well as marble bathrooms and, in some rooms, kitchenettes), while the common spaces keep to the code with exposed stone walls and large fireplaces. Recent guests note that the customer service here is fantastic, with staff members going above and beyond to make sure you're taken care of. While this hotel definitely won't come out to be one of your cheaper hotel experiences, The Lodge's heated outdoor pool, multiple hot tubs, full-service spa and mouthwatering Cucina Rustica restaurant are worth the extra splurge.Vail, COTripAdvisor (876)4.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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