Just returned from our first stay at Tivoli and we will absolutely go back. A great hotel, which still has a new smell to it, and is probably the best overall value at Vail. The primary reason to stay here is convenience to everything. It’s a short walk from Tivoli to both the Vista Bahn and Golden Peak chairs (about 4-5 minutes in ski boots), a short walk to the Village (about two minutes), and the free Vail In Town Bus Stop is located just outside the hotel if you want to venture out to Bol or Lionshead. The rooms are spacious and well-layed out. There is a standard sized closet and a total of eight large drawers in which to house all your clothes. Bathrooms are large with our room (mountain view) having a separate shower and tub. The “free” breakfast buffet doesn’t have a lot of variety from day-to-day, but it’s quite good. Basically, there’s a choice of scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, French toast or egg wraps, a few cereals, salmon, bagels, a few pastries, some fruit and yogurt. The breakfast area is a large open area in the lobby which gives the place a “ski lodge” feel to it. Skis and boots are stored in a locked room where a ski concierge is available during certain hours to give you your equipment. Outside of the ski concierge hours, you have to call the front desk for assistance. You can not get your own skis out of the locker and you can’t take them to your room. The ski locker room was our only disappointment during the stay. The first two days, it worked great. The last two days, however, there was a significant delay in getting our equipment and the people waiting for skis were quite frustrated. The hotel offers two hot tubs outside, which were never overcrowded. Robes are provided in your room and towels are provided behind the front desk. They also have slippers for you to use if you ask. The hotel has a bar inside and it would have been great if one of the staff came out to the hot tub periodically to see if anyone wanted drink refills. Service was excellent and, for the most part, you were always greeted with a hello from everyone who worked there. To me, the most comparable hotel is the Christiania (which we also like). The Christiania is slightly better location wise (about a minutes faster to the slopes and village, but farther away from the bus stop), but the breakfast at the Tivoli is much better, the Tivoli is newer, the Tivoli rooms have more space to put stuff and the service at the Tivoli is simply nicer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the heart of Vail Village is the recently rebuilt, family-owned Tivoli Lodge, a luxury ski resort known for years for providing friendly, caring, personal service. The new European-style architecture blends perfectly into the surrounding natural environment, with unobstructed views of Vail's Golden Peak ski area and within steps of the Vista Bahn ski lift. The luxurious and spacious lobby offers stunning mountain views. The Tivoli Lode provides an intimate and unique setting to host a meeting or corporate retreat in Vail, Colorado. Our location, amenities and friendly staff create an environment that is perfect for groups up to 20 people. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tivoli Hotel Vail