We've stayed here several times when we've gone to Vail for performances at the Ford Amphitheater, and it's a good location for that purpose (right next to the Tivoli Lodge, which I see is rated #1 but is more expensive), as we can walk easily to the village for a quick dinner, then back toward the hotel to have a pleasant walk on the Gore Creek Trail to the show. We get the cheapest room, with a village view, but it's only a little noisy until 11:00 or so, then very quiet the rest of the night. The rooms are fine, a little musty smelling sometimes, and as another reviewer noted, there's no a/c, so when you first get there on a warm summer's day, it's HOT in there. But the open windows do cool it down, although if you close even one, it gets warm again. Breakfast is very basic, cold cereals, bagels, English muffins, juice, coffee, and unripe bananas, but in the summer, it's free, as is parking in their convenient lot directly across the street. Their info said that in the winter, breakfasts are $7.50/person, which seems incredibly overpriced, but maybe they give you more in the winter, or maybe it's just being Vail. The pool area is very pleasant, with a nice view, the wifi worked fine everywhere on the property we used it, and the staff was helpful, although we didn't ask for much. It's not a luxury property, so don't expect pampering in the accommodations or services, but considering it's in a world-class resort town, we feel we get decent value for our money.
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