“Vail is one of those bucket-list destinations for skiers and riders and for good reason,” says Ski.com Mountain Vacation Specialist, Chrissie Davis. “The iconic resort is home to seven back bowls spanning seven miles across the backside of the resort. The ski area is enormous with over 5,289 acres and four distinct base areas, which are connected by free buses and heated walkways.”
Davis recommends staying at the Manor Lodge Vail because it’s a property that “has it all” and “will not disappoint.” This full service hotel offers condo-style residences ranging in size, but all equipped with a full kitchen, fireplace, spacious living area and a private patio or balcony with views. “But rest assured, you won’t have to cook on your vacation. Included in your room rate is an amazing daily breakfast buffet complete with egg station, sides, pastries and breads, fruit, juice, coffee, tea, and more. For après-ski and dinner, The Fitz Bar & Restaurant serves up elevated comfort food and a wide selection of Colorado cocktails and draft beers. Don’t forget to relax in one of the two outdoor heated swimming pools, four hot tubs, sauna, or steam room.”
The location of the Manor Lodge Vail is also ideal. A short two-minute walk puts you on the slopes at Golden Peak, one of the fastest ways to access Vail’s legendary back bowls. Starting your day here means getting to the fresh powder first.
You can learn more about visiting Vail, Colorado here.
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