From cozy inns to upscale mountain retreats, there are hotels in Vail for just about every budget. Ski-in, ski-out facilities are available at some o... Read More

From cozy inns to upscale mountain retreats, there are hotels in Vail for just about every budget. Ski-in, ski-out facilities are available at some of the hotels located slopeside, and most places are only a quick walk or shuttle to the base. The Four Seasons Resort is one of the best hotels in Vail, with gas-burning fires and hickory wood finishes. Other options for luxury hotels in Vail include the Arrabelle at Vail Square and the Sebastian. While finding affordable accommodations at this mountain resort can be difficult, it is not impossible. For budget Vail hotels, head to vailonsale.com, which provides discounted rates on rooms and hotels.p>

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  • Christiana at Vail

    With its cozy, Bavarian-inspired décor, the 22-room Christiania Lodge is warm, intimate, and bursting with character. The hotel offers ski-in/ski-out... Read More

  • Four Seasons Resort Vail

    It's a bit further from the slopes than most of the other big names in town, but the Four Seasons compensates with tons of beautiful common spaces.... Read More

  • Manor Vail Lodge

    Manor Vail Lodge offers the intimacy of a privately owned condominium with the amenities of a full-service hotel. Wood-burning fireplaces in every room... Read More

  • Sonnenalp

    Possibly the prettiest hotel in town, the Sonnenalp is fashioned after a traditional Swiss chalet. The rooms are enormous, with whitewashed adobe... Read More

  • The Arrabelle at Vail Square, a RockResort

    No other hotel in Vail offers better access to the slopes: this slopeside resort occupies four buildings at the base of the Eagle Bahn gondola in... Read More

  • The Lodge at Vail

    Established in 1962, Vail’s first hotel is also the closest to Gondola One, making it the ideal place to stay for early-bird skiers eager to be the... Read More

  • The Sebastian-Vail—A Timbers Resort

    Vail is a place where everything feels deliberately old-world, but the Sebastian offers a welcome departure from those traditional, cabin-inspired... Read More

  • Tivoli Lodge

    Family-owned and -operated since 1968, Tivoli Lodge is one of Vail’s friendliest hotels. The 66 guest rooms—including pet-friendly quarters on the... Read More

  • Vail Mountain Lodge

    Health and serenity are the themes at this creekside boutique hotel, which is also home to Vail Vitality Center, a health-conscious hub that includes a... Read More

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