Ritz-Carlton Club, Vail is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Vail, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Ritz-Carlton Club, Vail is a luxury hotel offering a kitchenette and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Vail. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While staying at Ritz-Carlton Club, Vail, visitors can check out Vail Interfaith Chapel (0.8 mi), which is a popular Vail attraction.
While in Vail, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Ritz-Carlton Club, Vail, including The Little Diner (0.2 mi), Alpenrose Restaurant (0.8 mi), and Sweet Basil (1.0 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Vail, check out one of the parks, such as Ford Park, West Vail Dog Park, and Bighorn Park Off Leash Dog Park.
Enjoy your stay in Vail!
I made the mistake of renting a Ritz residence from Berkshire back in September. I booked a 2 bedroom with a pull out sofa once I was assured it was a comfortable sofa bed. I’m posting by the pictures of the mattress as you can see it’s dirty, ripped and 4 inches thick. My dog has a better bed! When I finally spoke to the Berkshire manager his solution was a rollaway bed, no accountability for the sofa bed. His comments ranged from; no one else has complained, if you really needed 3 bedrooms you should have booked a 3 bedroom ( by the way I tried not available). He was condescending, rude and finally belligerent. So here we are with a rollaway in the living room for our annual ski trip with no room to sit. Lessons learned STAY AWAY from Berkshire!!!!
This is the first time I took the chance to stay at the Ritz Carlton Vail and for sure the last. This hotel needs to send its employee to some hospitality courses starting with the front desk. Very very disappointed. I’m ready to leave and check in at Sonnenalp or Arrabelle.
The resort will not disappoint, But COVID restrictions by the town and county are quite strict. Like you must reserve time for the hot tub. Rooms are not served daily. Appointment required in the ski boot area.
We made a last minute decision to stay at the Ritz in Vail using our MVC ownership for 6 nights over Christmas. I can't say enough about the staff and overall experience at the Ritz. The Bell staff - Jackson and Alex in particular - made us feel at home and had great advice for all our Vail adventures. And while we were facing a potential mid-stay room move, Byron went well above and beyond to keep us in our room. It was my family's first Christmas away from our house and the Ritz made it unbelievably special. We look forward to going back for skiing and also during the warmer months. As a Lifetime Titanium member, I've seen it all with Marriott. Our experience with the Ritz in Vail was in our top two experiences with Marriott ever. The other being at the Ritz Club in St. Thomas 3 years ago.…
We had a 3-bedroom unit, mid-August, that we snagged at the last minute through our Marriott Vacation Club points program. Wonderful 4-night stay for our two couples. The unit had everything we needed, including some things we don't ordinarily see - juicer, flatiron for hair, a big cabinet with all kinds of wine glasses, glass pitcher, etc. This unit had 3 king-sized beds, and 3.5 baths, 2 of them had jetted tubs and a shower and the 3rd had a tub/shower. Washer and dryer in the unit. Very small balcony with small table and 2 chairs. Very large dining table, plus bar seats. Great air-conditioning, The only thing we didn't like was the separate feather mattress-topper. They give you lots of pillows of different sizes and hardness. Room was VERY quiet! Because of COVID-19, they didn't supply extra towels, toilet paper, paper towels, and kleenex, but gave you a list of those types of items to fill out and they were supplied the next day. As another review said, they supplied us with a packet of face masks, a small packet of wipes, bottle of hand sanitizer, and a bottle of cleaning solution with cleaning cloths. Front desk had plexiglass between you and the desk clerks. At the entrance, there were bottles of sanitizer, hand lotion and sunscreen for you to use, and the valets always supplied you with bottled water. With the size unit we had, we had one free valet parking. Additional cars were $45, but we opted to park our extra car in the free parking structure at Lionshead. There was live music on the patio at 5 pm every night, and free hors d'oeuvres one of the nights. (Town of Vail parking lot is also free in the summer.) We didn't use the pool-hot tub area, but it was first come, first serve and they would text you when someone left so you could come. Eagles Nest activities were limited to Gondola ride and Mountain Coaster. The Gondola to Mid-Vail was also open. If you buy a pass to one gondola, you can ride the other on the same ticket the same day. You can take bikes up on the Eagles Nest gondola. When we were there the temperatures were high 70's, low 80's - no jacket needed. The smoke from the fires wasn't bad yet, at the time we went. Thank you to the staff – especially Adrienne, Luke, Brittany and Brian - so much, for making our 50th anniversary and our brother’s birthday so special! From the gifts, to the acknowledgements, to the great service, the Ritz-Carlton Vail is the best!…