|Minimum Stay||3 - 4 nights|
Master Bedroom: King bed
Bedroom 2: 2 twin beds
Living room: Queen sofa sleeper
960 square feet
Outdoor gas grill
On free in-town bus route
Outdoor parking for 1 vehicle
Walk to Eagle Bahn Gondola
This family friendly, one level, 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with mountain views has all the comforts of home. Less than a 10 minute walk to the Eagle Bahn Gondola, Vail Resorts Snowsports School and Lionshead Ticket Office. Upscale fine dining, bars, night life, family friendly restaurants, and Vail's finest shops and boutiques are all available in Lionshead Village. Take advantage of the free in-town bus route to visit either Vail, Lionshead or Golden Peak.
The master bedroom features king bed with reading lamps and private bath with single vanity and tub/shower combo just outside the door. Bedroom 2 with twin beds, 20” TV also has access to a guest bath with single vanity and tub/shower combo. This lovely condo includes a fully equipped kitchen with bar seating for 4 and is open to the dining area that seats 6 guests. The living room is furnished with a queen sofa sleeper, flat screen TV/DVD and wood burning fireplace.
Free parking directly in front of the complex, please note that this unit is on the second level with stair access only. Most mountain residences, including this property, do not have air conditioning. Fans are provided in the home for your comfort.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM local time.
Check-out time is 10:00 AM local time.
Please do not hesitate to call or email us with any questions you might have. We represent unique residences from East Vail to Edwards and look forward to creating memorable vacation experiences for you and your guests.
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Our Town of Vail sales tax license number is # 5226
All of our rental properties are in private, residential neighborhoods or condominium complexes. Out of respect for our neighbors, large social events/gatherings (i.e. ceremonies, weddings, receptions) at any of our rental properties are prohibited unless prior arrangements have been discussed and confirmed through our office. We appreciate your understanding.
I had a couple of childhood buddies in town for a mini-reunion, and we loved our stay here. Excellent location in town on the bus route for skiiing, and easy walking distance to Vail Village and Lionshead. Easy access one-and-a-half floors up, parking right in front. Clean and well-equipped; comfy beds and nice open dining/kitchen/family room/fireplace area. One large bed with a hallway bathroom, and another two-bed room with a second hallway bathroom. Probably pull-out couch though we didn't use it for that. Responsive customer service. Would definitely stay here again.
Property is conveniently located near a village bus stop. Easy access to Vail Village and Lionshead.
Parking was convenient.
Didn't spend much time in the property as the skiing and nightlife kept us busy.
Once again we enjoyed our Vail vacation! Alphorn 204 has been our home away from home on 3 trips to Vail. The location is outstanding and just 1 minute from the Vail bus stops. The condo is always fresh and clean, with comfortable beds and a nice Kitchen. The view of Vail Mountain can't be beat. We will return!
Property is exactly as advertised. A comfortable base for a family of four skiers. Short walk to the Vail town bus shuttle stop. The shuttle goes one direction to Vail Village and the other to Lions Head. Less than 10 minute ride. Lions Head is slightly closer but too far to walk in ski boots. Walking to either location in regular shoes/boots is easy.
Gondola One in Vail Village is preferable to the Eagle Bahn Gondola in Lions Head. Much shorter wait.
We spent nearly all of our ski time in Blue Sky Basin and as little time as possible on the front side of the mountain. If there is a big powder day, the back bowls are epic. Once the powder gets cut up, the bowls lose some of their appeal (but still pretty amazing).
Places we liked eating:
Pizza: Blue Moose (better pizza), Pazzo (better atmosphere)
Breakfast: The little diner (get the eggs benedict and substitute corned beef hash for potatoes).
Dinner: LaTour -- expensive but good food and attentive service.
On the mountain: Stay in Blue Sky Basin and get a chili dog (or just chili) at the Dawg Haus at the base of Pete's Express Chair. Otherwise, the mountain cafeterias are unremarkable.
The property owners/managers are very attentive. They fixed the bathroom door latches the same day we asked.
Only improvement I'd suggest is replacing the shower water faucets -- the water pressure it touchy and it's hard to get a stable temp in the shower -- freezing then scalding. Other than that it's a fine place to stay.
The condo was very nice. It is not child proof for young children. The tv and conponents need to be secured off the floor and out of the way of toddlers. Sofa could use to be updated. Great location!!
Our experience was very positive. The property was appointed with all the amenities you require for your stay. The only feedback is that during the summer the apartment gets warm and could benefit from a fan or two. Otherwise the property is a great value!
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