5 Ways to Spring Break in Vail for a Steal

Feb. 10, 2016


Back Bowls of Vail, Colorado.

Our temperatures in Vail are rising, the days are getting longer and spring break is beckoning. It’s time to warm up this spring break and our sunny blue bird days, soft and unmatched skiing conditions, and a whole host of springtime events and festivities make Vail the perfect 2016 spring break destination. So whether you’re interested in basking in the sun on the lift between laps on the mountain or enjoying one of our restaurant patios for Après Ski dining and drinks, find out how to make the most of your spring break and save big. Here are some ways to save big while still enjoying the Spring Break of a lifetime in Vail.

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The Perfect 4 Days in Vail

Feb. 4, 2016

Vail_blog_imageVail truly is like nothing on earth. Discover what makes this the perfect place for making memories by experiencing the perfect 4 days in Vail. There are a myriad of lodging options, such as the iconic Lodge at Vail, the first hotel and cornerstone of Vail Village. Plus, the Lodge is just steps from Gondola One, the fastest and most advanced gondola of its kind, complete with free Wi-Fi and heated seats. You could also choose to make your home base The Arrabelle at Vail Square, located at the bottom of Eagle Bahn Gondola in Lionshead. The stunning Arrabelle offers a luxurious, old-world charm and countless amenities to make you feel right at home. Whether you are on the mountain or in the village, you are mere steps away from all Vail has to offer.
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Day 1

Priority #1 after you check in – get on the mountain! Whether this is your first or 50th ski trip, prepare for one of the most exhilarating days of your life. Start the day off with one of our ski guides to help you get familiar with our 5,289 skiable acres. Our world-class pros offer beginner, intermediate, expert and private instruction, so you can choose the level that fits you best.
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5 Reasons Moms Love Vail

Dec. 17, 2015

Family vacations at Vail are full of magical moments that are sure to make lasting memories. Recollections of skiing or riding down Vail Mountain, ice skating in one of Vail’s quintessential villages and building snow castles are shared by both the young and young at heart.

But even the most charmed vacations can leave mom feeling a little maxed out. Between packing, dressing the kids, schlepping equipment, preparing breakfast and coordinating various schedules, mom needs a vacation within a vacation! And Vail offers just that. Vail Mountain offers the perfect mix of family adventure, exploration and solo pampering, all while taking in the natural beauty of the surrounding Gore and Sawatch Ranges, to ensure that mom gets the perfect travel experience she wants with the relaxation she needs.

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Bringing your dog to Vail

Apr. 26, 2014

Here in Vail, we take our dogs just about everywhere with us – and you can too! Here’s how to make the most of this dog friendly vacation destination.
Dog friendly activities in Vail, Colorado

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What’s New at Vail Over the Last Five Years

Oct. 25, 2013


If you haven’t visited Vail over the last five years, you may be surprised to see the changes. Some call it a renaissance, others welcome the improvements. While many classic spots such as The Lodge at Vail and the Red Lion are still here, Lionshead has undergone a complete transformation, and the Vail Village base […]

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Where to Stay in Vail Part 1: Vail Village and Golden Peak

Sep. 5, 2013

Lodging in Vail

Trying to figure out where to stay in Vail this winter? The Town of Vail may only be 4.5 square miles but there are hundreds of lodging options to choose from!

To help get you started in your search, we’ve created this blog series that describes the look, feel and experience of staying in Vail’s 5 main neighborhoods. 

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Where to Stay in Vail Part 3: East Vail & West Vail

Aug. 20, 2013

Main areas of VailTrying to figure out where to stay during your trip this winter to Vail? We’re helping you out with this series on the look, feel and lodging options in Vail’s main neighborhoods. Here in Part 3, we discuss the East and West Vail neighborhoods – havens for those those looking to mingle with the local community as well as the budget conscious (in case you missed them, check out Part 1: Vail Village and Golden Peak and Part 2: Lionshead).

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