It was our first time to Vail, and we had a great time. It was easy to catch a bus, the stop is just 50 yards or less from the front door. Audrey and Christian will cook you a breakfeast so big you won't be hungry until dinner time. The coffee was great. For the price and experience, you can't beat this deal in vail! For couples this is a great place.
Buy your lift tickets at least 7 days in advance(online at vail site or other travel site) or more, other wise you will pay 20-30% more and Vail lift tickets are expensive. You don't have to rent a car, but there is a lot of stuff to see and do in and around that area, so it would make it easier to get around, if you want to do more than just ski.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The sight and sounds of Vail's signature mountain stream create the perfect setting for cozy winter breakfasts, tranquil summer fly fishing or peaceful nighttime slumber. This beautiful private home is situated along the banks of Gore Creek, the sparkling ribbon that weaves through Colorado's premier outdoor destination. A hearty breakfast is served each morning during the ski season, and a lighter fare is offered in the summer. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Alpine Creek b&b
- Alpine Creek Hotel Vail