By staying in the low season, late June, perhaps we avoided some of the problems with noise other travellers had noted. Our room was very quite and spacious--2 queen beds. As there is no air conditioning it can be hot in the summer but the night was cool and we left the patio door open (a very small patio but with a nice view of the mountains if you were out on it--view of shop roof from inside room. As it was summer, Vail was offering free parking in the village parking garage so we kept the car there and didn't use the hotel parking garage, which would have been difficult to find and $10 per night. We didn't mind rolling our luggage through town to the car but we were 3 ladies and had only carry on size luggage--might have been different with larger suitcases or in the winter.
We found the front desk staff to be very pleasant and accomodating for our needs. The breakfast was great--fruit, juices, coffee, tea, bread, cheese and cold meats. I loved it. The sitting area downstairs was also very nice. There is a bit of navigating down halls and up and down stairs but, again, this reminded me of staying in Austria. I would stay here again.More
- Free Wifi