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Reviewed September 3, 2008

First, the location could not be better. A great entry and lobby with very nice staff. Concierges were excellent. The room was average, but the real problem was a general feeling that the hallways were not clean. The pool area was not well maintained, and there was a lot of debris in the pool and three spas. Towels were in short supply. The morning coffee next to the restaurant was cold all four mornings we were there. The exercise room was way below par. We've been to other Rock Resorts, and this one does not measure up. It's going on its reputation as "The Lodge".

  • Stayed: August 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 13, 2008

A very nice place to stay in Vail Village, with one caveat. As other reviewers have noted, most of the rooms are older and not air conditioned.

The luxury rooms in the new International Wing, however, are wonderful. After having a look at the room we originally booked in the main part of the hotel, we immediately negotiated an upgrade with the manager.

Not only was our room air conditioned (we kept it at a chilly 65 degrees!), but the beautiful marble bath was larger than most bedrooms. The bathroom floors are heated, as is the towel rack, and the double vanities made it very comfortable. The room was tastefully decorated with new, contemporary furniture, very clean, and we had a lovely terrace overlooking the courtyard. These rooms are pricier than the rooms in the un-airconditioned section of the hotel, but well worth the extra money.

A glitch with housekeeping prevented them from providing the nightly turn-down service we requested, but the room manager was very apologetic and gave us a generous credit toward our bill. Understanding that things will not always go smoothly, we were more than satisfied with management's resolution of the issue.

There was some construction in the area, but we did not notice it from our room.

Based on some of the other reviews, we hope the construction will continue to include a renovation of the rooms in the main building. Had we been forced to remain in our original room, our experience would not likely have been as pleasant. But we highly recommend this hotel, IF you stay in the new wing.

  • Stayed: August 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 11, 2008

I've just returned from a nine-day Colorado vacation with my family. During our visit we stayed at several high-end hotels, including the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs. The Lodge at Vail was by far our favorite. I am shocked to see so many negative reviews on this site. IMO, The Lodge offers a combination of luxury, service and off-season value that is hard to beat.

We stayed in a two-bedroom deluxe unit (#405), which we selected because it had a king bedroom and a second bedroom with two double beds, which was perfect for my two teenaged children. The unit had two levels with a fully equipped kitchen, large living/dining room and balcony on the first floor and the two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the second. The furniture wasn't brand new but it was all in very good condition. The balcony and a large picture window overlooked the pool with a view of Vail Mountain behind it.

It is correct that the hotel has no air conditioning, although our unit had four floor fans. The fourth floor is the top floor of the hotel and our unit was very warm when we checked in. However, maintenance came to our room right after we arrived (without being called) to open the bedroom skylights, and once we got the ventilation going the unit cooled to a comfortable temperature quickly and remained that way for our entire stay. We all slept like babies!

The hotel has a lovely restaurant where we ate breakfast, a popular bar, and a large, landscaped pool with comfortable padded lounge chairs. There is no business center, but there are two computers in the lobby for guest use. We neither saw nor heard any construction at the hotel, although there is some going on nearby. Service at the hotel was attentive without being overbearing (which is how we found the Broadmoor). Every hotel employee we encountered was as friendly as could be. The hotel's location couldn't be better -- right in the heart of Vail Village, a short walk or shuttle ride to everything.

My only (minor) complaint was that The Lodge requires you to valet park your car -- a $20/day expense that we didn't find out about until we arrived. It's certainly understandable with parking at a premium in Vail, and with eveything close by we didn't need to use our car from the time we checked in until the time we left.

The rates at The Lodge are by no means cheap, but for the space of the unit, the full kitchen, the amenities and the location, I think it's a good value in the summer (although I'm not sure I'd pay $700/night for a stay in February!) My family had an extremely enjoyable stay there and we look forward to returning.

  • Stayed: August 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 2, 2008

Most decent hotels in the world warn you when there's major construction going on, but not the Lodge at Vail apparently. There is a HUGE crane and project going on here. On top of that the men start working at 7am!! Since the rooms have no A/C and the windows are thin you'll hear ever truck backing up, every bang of a hammer, every saw, etc. It's horrific!
Will never stay here again. Room was just fair as well, nothing special. Bed was hard as rocks.

  • Stayed: July 2008
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Reviewed June 9, 2008

We thought the hotel was beautiful, the staff was very nice, and the bathroom that went with our room was newly re-done and spacious. However, there is NO AIR CONDITIONING, and the only ventillation in our room were the doors that opened directly to the pool. It got extremely hot, but the hot tubs were about ten feet from those doors, so if we opened them we had no privacy.

There are also many costly add-ons with this hotel that were not mentioned intially. For instance, there is a fee for parking, and if the parking lot is full there is an additional fee to valet your car. It is important to budget with these in mind if you choose to stay here. We also thought it was strange that while housekeeping will clean your room nicely, they won't leave any extra toiletries. I thought that for the price of the hotel this was a strange thing to skimp on. I would probably stay somewhere else next time.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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