• A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Studio Condominium, Sundays through Wednesdays ($299) or Thursdays through Saturdays ($329) from Now to June 27
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Studio Condominium, Sundays through Wednesdays ($329) or Thursdays through Saturdays ($369) from July 7 to August 29
• $50 Food and Beverage Credit
• Daily Breakfast for Two
• Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
Blanketed with crisp, white powder in the winter and carpets of colorful columbine during warmer months, Vail Valley's 5,289 acres have been synonymous with outdoor sports since President Ford's family vacationed here in the 1970s. In fact, his wife's wild roses can still be spotted in the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. The Colorado retreat's seemingly endless network of trails surround Vail Village, a European-style settlement stocked with après-ski—or après-spa—breweries, wine bars, and cafés. When the snow melts, the village's lawns and outdoor amphitheaters draw the smart set with chamber-music concerts, modern dance performances, and culinary festivals.
Surrounded by majestic peaks, bubbling brooks, and clusters of forsythia, Manor Vail Lodge offers unparalleled access to the Golden Peak Base area, just steps from world-class dining, shopping, and music. Each individually owned and decorated condo features inviting furnishings, a stone fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony or patio with mountain views. Heated outdoor hot tubs, swimming pools, and steam rooms allow guests to soak within sight of Gore Creek, while the lodge's renowned Lord Gore Restaurant nourishes hungry bellies with wild venison, quail, and salmon.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON June 3, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON August 29, 2013
Manor Vail Lodge
Wild Roses and World-Class Shopping
- from $299