As the only 20 acre resort property in the Vail Valley, nestled against the mountains, the Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort allows you to experience the full allure of the Rocky Mountains and the Vail Valley. This all condo and town home property offers 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units with free parking and full access the to on-site Health Club facility. With multiple hot tubs, lap pool, fitness classes, the extensive fitness facility and free access to the seasonal tennis courts, there's hardly need to leave the property.
Free parking on site for all resort guests, 8 electric charging stations or opt for the very user friendly bus system here in East Vail! The bus drops at the Vail transportation center, Ford Park and more!
The perfect property for family and friends to get together here in the Vail Valley!
Checking in was easy Got up to the room Smelled like food The room was outdated the carpet was stained The bathrooms where very old Bathtubs very slow to empty when showering Called Chad the front desk manager was of no help He said they where fully booked Seemed not interested to help Offered no solutions The club/ spa facilities are great clean updated
My experience was horrible, one of their employees offered me to keep my ski equipment, unfortunately I was deceived by the staff and the person was in charge of selling all my equipment, he still works there, I was deceived, be careful
Very well appointed unit and perfect set up for a family of four (two small children). Not sure of every unit but ours was great. The club itself was also appreciated. Only minor downside (which we knew ahead of time) was that the independent restaurant wasn’t opened the majority of the time we were there. But it was really good as well when we did try it.
This condo was very quant. I loved the comfort and view it provided. We were on the first floor thank goodness. However being on the first floor means there are people above you. You can hear them, every step they take echos through the place. It’s annoying when you’re trying to sleep. It’s louder than the snow plow that does the walk ways each morning. My biggest complaint is the 10am check out. They are extremely strict on it. It’s $100 an hour if you stay longer than 10am. When on vacation you don’t want to worry about setting an alarm but you have to in order to check out on time. Other than those things, the stay was a great one. There was everything you’d need on the condo kitchen. Pots, pans, tea pot, coffee pot, etc.
I was able to check-in early, I felt that the front desk aimed to meet my requests upon check-in and were attentive to all my requests. I stayed in a one bedroom condo, which had a 1 full bathroom and 1 half bath, which I did not expect. That was a good surprise. Great property and location.
We stayed for a week in mid august and, while the place is well equipped and clean, I really wish that (at least once in my multiple conversation when booking direct) they would have mentioned the lack of AC!!!!! I would have absolutely not taken the third floor loft unit. The place was scorching hot when we arrived a 5pm and could never completely cool in spite of three (LOUD) fans blowing day and night and all windows and front door (yeah, we sacrificed safety for a few degrees less) always open to circulate air. Front desk guy could care less when I shared our concern....Sadly this hurt our experience on this trip.
Last stayed here 5 years ago. Stayed two nights in a one bed unit recently and wow, what a difference from last time. The unit itself was ok but the outside balcony was disgusting. Hadn’t been swept in what seemed like years, cobwebs everywhere and the decking was very dirty. The barbecue was a health hazard and the amount of dirt that came off of the outside table when it was wiped down was awful. The pool area is very tired with a ripped shabby pool cover rolled up at one end, torn bunting over the pool, weeds growing through the paving surrounding the pool, the pool clock face was torn and dirty and the pool itself had lots of debris in the bottom. The pool furniture was very tired. This used to be a great place to stay in Vail but sadly not any more. The whole place needs a major upgrade.…
Well, where do I begin? The location and tennis courts are wonderful. We stayed in a 2 bedroom condo that was beautifully decorated. You can tell the property is aging. There were several issues that nearly ruined our stay: 1. It looks like the cleaning crew has adopted the policy of not changing the top sheets. In one of my worst hotel/property experiences is that I found several pubes between the top comforter and bed sheets!!!!! There was also a mix of long and short hairs of different colors and assortment. Disgusting!!!! My wife notifies the front desk. No apology. A cleaning lady shows up and drops off a bag of sheets and comforter and then leaves. No apology or offer to change the sheets or take the nasty pubic hair-ridden ones back with her. I checked the other room's bed sheets. Luckily no hair under the comforter, but plenty of hair. If you plan to stay here, bring your own bed sheets. 2. NO WATER AVAILABLE ON A TENNIS RESORT??? Yes, folks. You heard this right. There is no water for sale or available for free for guests. As I did not bring any bottled water, I looked for a drinking fountain to fill my water bottle, but there was none. I then went to the pro shop and there was no water available for sale. I was directed to a vending machine that did not have any water for sale. There was plenty of soda, candy, chips, and Gatorade. It is unacceptable that any facility that brands itself as a tennis resort, let alone, a resort of any kind not have water available for guests without resorting to filling up via the bathroom sink. 3. Have fun in the pool if you like getting leaves and other debris in your mouth. 4. The grounds definitely need to be maintained and updated around the condos, main office, and pool. Beautiful views if you can see outside of your condo's windows. All of our windows were so stained that you had to go outside to enjoy the views. 5. The "pro shop" has a collection of 1980's gear. Beyond a very few select items (water bottles) there was no VRC swag to buy. No t-shirts, key chains, hoodies, hats, etc. for sale. The things that made up for the above issues are the tennis courts and their Tennis Pro, Greg Wanner. You get to play tennis in one of the world's most beautiful locations with a tennis court! My daughter took a 1 1/2 hour lesson with Coach Greg. Awesome, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, personable, and very charismatic tennis coach. We will definitely look him up every time we are in the area. The great news is you can book Coach Greg and a VRC court without having the stay on the property.…
Easy 7 minute drive from Vail, great place to be away from town and off the highway. Good condition, clean change rooms/sauna/steam room, good 25m lap pool just at the right temp easy to swim even sub zero temps and strong winds. Also good area to loop for tuning, can run around the roads in East Vail staying off the highway and busy roads. Good size condos, parking right in front, bus stop in front directly to Vail town. Supermarket a mile down the road. Staff all helpful and easy going. Great stay
We loved our stay. The club sits in a quiet area of Vail with access to the town of Vail/mountain via free shuttle or 10 minute drive. The condo was ideal and cozy - warm, well-furnished, clean. The club itself had state-of-the-art amenities, including an outstanding heated outdoor lap pool. The staff was friendly and check-in was easy. Though we wished there was a coffee shop onsite, there was a grocery store about a mile down the road. There was plenty of parking. We'd definitely stay here again!
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